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It is the best of both worlds... you can relax, put your feet up, and enjoy the stunning views of the Paradise Valley of the Yellowstone, one of the prettiest places in the West. At the same time, you can also enjoy the comfort and convenience of a first-class home base from which you can launch your dream vacation, fish the Yellowstone River just out your front door, hike nearby 10,000-foot Emigrant Peak which is practically in your back yard, soak your bones just down the road at Chico Hot Springs, and see the wolves of Yellowstone Park just a short drive away.
Your family will have plenty of space for a two-week vacation, but the location also works perfectly for weekend getaways. There is also the separate, historic, Fisherman's Cottage for even more privacy, and the entire property is terrific for a small wedding/reception or family reunion.
Fish, hike, raft, sightsee, relax any time of year. Less than an hour from Bozeman's airport, but far enough to hear the coyotes sing every night. It is all right here for you, at The Yellowstone House...!
Keywords: 1870s Log Home & Guest Cabin
We purchased the house and cabin in 2004 as we wanted to have a getaway for our family that was close enough to our home in Bozeman but also light years away in attitude and close to Yellowstone Park and the River. It has turned to be the best move we've ever made.
We get to spend time there as a family and share it with the world as well!
Tom Garnsey purchased this house in 2004
I spent several years working in Yellowstone when I was younger and had fallen in love with the Paradise Valley. It is one of the most beautifual and relaxing places on earth.
We are less than an hour from Yellowstone Park, two minutes from the river, ten minutes from a hike in the mountains,and ten minutes from world renowned Chico Hot Springs. The views from our deck are unsurpassed and the house has everything. Any questions?
My husband, four sons ages 16-21 and I enjoyed a wonder filled week at Yellowstone House. Everything exceeded our expectation. The house itself is perfect, the location close to everything, the views stupendous.
We loved having dinner at Chico Hot Springs, watching New Years Day bowl games together, making music, eating good meals all helped prepare anbd outings to Yellowstone Park, Bozeman and Bridger Bowl for skiing.
Driving thourgh the Lamar Valley to Cooke City in winter is not to be missed.
We saw wolves, bald eagles, big horn sheep, pronghorns, elk, otter, bison, and golden eagles. Seeing wildlife was a big part of our plan and it worked out so well.
Now we just need to find time to return in summer!
With much appreciation,
Yellowstone House is located in the Paradise Valley of the Yellowstone River, 40 miles north of the Mammoth Hot Springs entrance to Yellowstone Park. We are centrally located between Yellowstone and the small cities of Bozeman and Livingston with access to hiking fishing,whitewater rafting as well as museums, shopping, and summer music and arts festivals.
Other Activities: rafting, fishing, hiking, biking, hot springs, Yellowstone National Park!
Ski: The amazing Bridger Bowl is located about 30 minutes from the Yellowstone House and is regarded as one of the best kept secrets in the Rockies. Light, dry powder and some of the most challenging terrain available.
1 1/2 hour drive brings you to world class skiing at Big Sky Ski Resort sporting 4,000 vertical feet of fresh powder and amenities.
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My Standard Rate
5 night minimum stay
$2,500 is for Yellowstone House only. Fisherman's Cabin is an additional $750 per week
50% to reserve the house and 50% 30 days prior to arrival.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.