Rustic Log Cabin Rental at a Riverside Resort on the Big Hole River, MontanaWise River, Montana (United States)
Rustic Log Cabin Rental at a Riverside Resort on the Big Hole River, Montana
Built in the 1930s, this rustic log cabin rental is located at a riverside resort on the Big Hole River, Montana, and can provide four guests with an all-inclusive getaway experience centered around fly fishing on some of the most rewarding rivers for catching trout in all of the West. Alternatively, the cabin can be rented on a nightly basis as a standalone accommodation. The cabin is situated on the bank of a spring-fed creek that feeds into the Big Hole River, which is just 100 feet away.
Inside the cabin, guests will find two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a living room, a dining area, a kitchen, and a screened porch. Each bedroom is furnished with a queen-size bed. In each bathroom, guests will find a toilet, a sink, and a shower. Linens and towels are provided.
The dining area can seat five guests at a long wooden table surrounded by wooden floors, walls, and ceilings with exposed beams, creating a rustic, cozy atmosphere in which to enjoy each other's company. The fully-equipped kitchen comes with an oven, a stove, a microwave, a refrigerator, and a coffeemaker.
Set about a mile up the river from the resort's main lodge, the cabin provides guests with plenty of privacy and a sense of remoteness. Guests should note that unless they are part of a larger group staying at the main lodge, they will need to rent a car (or bring their own) for transportation.
At the main lodge of the resort, guests will also enjoy shared access to a great room with a lounge area and a dining room with wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows providing panoramic views of the Big Hole River. Here, if they have opted for the all-inclusive rental option, guests will enjoy a hearty, healthy breakfast and dinner prepared by a professional chef. Lunch will be served on-location at guests' fishing destinations.
The all-inclusive rental option for this cabin includes five days of guided angling, replete with all necessary tackle and equipment, all meals and beverages, an experienced guide, and transportation to and from Bert Mooney Airport in Butte, Montana. Guided horseback riding, hiking, and nature tours are available from the resort as well, and guests can pursue a variety of self-guided adventures in the surrounding Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest.
Guests should inquire with the hosts in relation to booking guides, which are necessary to confirm bookings at most times of the year.
At the main lodge of the resort, guests will enjoy shared access to a great room and a dining room. In the great room, guests will find a lounge area with three sofas set beneath high ceilings with a sizable skylight and walls with large windows, bathing the interior with natural light and providing a sense of connection to its natural surroundings.
The dining room features a wall full of floor-to-ceiling windows providing panoramic views of the Big Hole River. Here, guests will enjoy breakfast and dinner, which are prepared by an experienced resident chef with healthy ingredients that can be tailored to guests' dietary needs.
While they are out on their fishing trips, guests will be served lunch right on the bank of the river where they are angling. There are packages that include beverages, bed tax, tackle, equipment, a guide, and transportation to and from Bert Mooney Airport in Butte, Montana. Please note that these packages do incur an additional cost.
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Please inquire with the hosts in relation to bringing pets.
Travel insurance is strongly suggested by the host.
Please note, the standard price increases when guests book a fly fishing guide, and at most times of the year guests will be required to book the guide as part of their stay. Typical prices for a guide per day range from $500 to $900.
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Location & Surroundings
Wise River, Montana (United States)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
The riverside resort at which this accommodation is located can provide guests with an all-inclusive fly fishing getaway experience, one option for which includes five days of guided angling, replete with all necessary tackle and equipment, as well as all meals and beverages. An experienced guide will accompany guests to a variety of blue ribbon fishing areas at rivers such as the Big Hole River, the Beaverhead River, the Wise River, the Jefferson River, and the Missouri River, among others.
At these rivers, guests will find a full range of fishing conditions geared toward an equally full range of fishing methods. Guests can mix and match conditions and methods to fit their preferences and/or expand their skill set, creating a bespoke program in collaboration with their guides, with as much instruction as required or desired.
Guided fishing trips are also available on a day-trip basis. These trips include an expert guide, lunch, and flies.
Guests will enjoy breakfast and dinner at the main lodge's dining room, where a wall full of windows provide panoramic views of the Big Hole River and its surroundings. During their angling excursions, lunch will be served by their guides right at the site of the river on which they are fishing.
The resort can also provide guests with guided horseback riding, hiking, and nature tours. If interested in horseback riding, guests are advised to notify the host as far in advance as possible, as these tours can be difficult to book.
For self-guided activities, guests will find a variety of options in the surrounding Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, which boasts 1,500 miles of hiking trails, 250 miles of groomed snowmobile trails, six maintained cross-country skiing trail areas, and an array of unplowed roads, trails, and backcountry terrain on which they can also go cross-country skiing, as well snowshoeing.