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Eco-Friendly Montana Vacation Home on the Continental Divide

Whitehall, Montana (United States of America)

Eco-Friendly Montana Vacation Home on the Continental Divide

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New accommodation
cottage
Cottage
4 guests
1 Private Bathroom
Kitchen
Entire Cottage
Mountain

Glamping in Montana: getaways in nature

This off-grid Montana vacation home is the perfect nature getaway. The five-bedroom, two-bathroom retreat is a 1200 square feet cordwood cottage that has a minimal carbon footprint. The glowing passive solar design is warm and restful and as the cottage is part of a larger property, guests are welcome to enjoy the large yoga space, the interesting labyrinth, an authentic tipi, the flowing gardens, and the fantastic wilderness hiking trails located on the grounds.

This Montana cottage has a seasonal kitchen and small tea room and comes with passive solar panels and water heating. There are also composting toilets for guests' convenience. Other handy additions here include free parking, a solar-charging station for electric cars, an indoor fireplace, and all towels and linens.

During their stay in Montana, guests will be able to explore some amazing areas of natural beauty during the day before retiring to their idyllic mountain escape to enjoy incredibly clear night skies full of distant stars and galaxies.

5 bedrooms, 6 beds

  • 2 Double beds
  • single-bed 4 Twin/Single beds

Features and services

  • Heating
  • Fireplace
  • Coffeemaker
  • Shower
  • Hot water
  • Shared Kitchen
  • Laundry service
  • Linens and pillows
  • Ping-pong table

COVID-19 Actions

Our Cleaning and Disinfecting Protocols We ventilate rooms before we clean. Allow fresh air to circulate for at least 20 minutes. If possible, leave all windows open during the entire cleaning process. Wash our hands thoroughly before and after each cleaning. Use soap and water, and scrub for at least 20 seconds. If that’s not possible, use a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Wear disposable gloves while we clean. Gloves should be thrown out after each cleaning. And make sure to wash your hands immediately after gloves are removed. Stock up on paper towels, disinfectant wipes, and other disposable cleaning supplies. If you prefer to clean with reusable products, machine-wash them at the highest heat setting appropriate for the material. Clean, then disinfect. Cleaning is when you use soap or detergent and water to remove dirt, germs and impurities. Disinfecting refers to the use of chemicals like bleach or alcohol to kill germs. Doing both is the best way to reduce the spread of infection. Use the right disinfectant. Diluted household bleach solutions, cleaning products with at least 70% alcohol, and most common disinfectants registered by the Environmental Protection Agency are believed to be effective against the coronavirus. Our cleaning checklist Focus on frequently touched surfaces. Light switches, doorknobs, remote controls, and faucet handles are just a few of the areas you’ll need to disinfect. Don’t forget about sofas, rugs, drapes, and other soft, porous surfaces. Carefully remove any visible dirt or grime, then use the appropriate cleaner for the material. If possible, machine-wash items according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Wash all linens at the highest heat setting recommended by the manufacturer. That includes bed sheets, mattress covers, hand and bath towels, kitchen towels, and blankets. Wear gloves when handling dirty laundry. Clean and disinfect laundry baskets and hampers. Consider using a liner that’s either disposable or machine washable. Empty the vacuum cleaner after every cleaning. Disinfect the vacuum cleaner, along with other cleaning appliances like the dishwasher and washing machine. Remember to check the expiration dates on your supplies. And never mix household bleach with ammonia or other cleaning solutions—doing so can release toxic gases.

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Accommodation rules

  • Check-in: 02:00 PM - 08:00 PM
  • Check out: 11:00 AM
  • Infants allowed Under 2 years old
  • Children allowed 2-12 years old
  • No Pets allowed
  • No smoking
  • No parties
  • No events
  • No open fires
  • Some spaces are shared
This Montana retreat is above the snow-line and gets most of its precipitation very late; March and April. Due to difficult access for folks not used to off-road travel, the site does not usually don't open until May 1.

This is a sustainable living education and demonstration center with three folks currently living here.

Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.

Cancellation policy

Free cancellation up to 7 days
Moderate: You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
Details

Location and surroundings

Whitehall, Montana (United States of America)

Detailed location provided after booking

  • Mountain
  • Forest
  • National Park
  • Hot springs

Activities

  • Hiking
  • Winter sports
  • Meditation
  • Yoga
  • Wildlife watching
  • Golfing

Guests will have plenty to do during their unique stay in Montana. Glamping at this pristine spot will be an unforgettable experience and the site has a beautiful huge labyrinth, permaculture gardens, and three marked trails - one of them leading to a megalithic wall surrounded by the Deerlodge National Forest and the Continental Divide Trail.

Sustainable living enthusiasts will also want to explore the hosts' tour and consulting opportunities while wilderness enthusiasts will want to explore the local trails and wilderness walks. Yoga enthusiasts can even enjoy practicing in the spacious yoga studio and permaculture enthusiasts can enjoy the gardens in-progress!

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