Enjoy the soothing noise of the West Boulder River while sitting on one of the three decks of the McLeod Guest House, or enjoy an evening fire in the firepit on the bank of the river.
The guest house sleeps eight; the two upstairs bedrooms each include 1 queen bed and 1 single bed, and the downstairs bedroom includes 1 queen bed. There are additional sleeping quarters available on the property, as well as additional rest room/shower facilities.
Enjoy an outdoor barbecue on the deck; there is a propane barbecue available, as well as a firepit (wood provided). Fishing is just a few steps away from the Guest House.
The unique Boulder Valley offers opportunities for hiking, fishing, sightseeing; deer and elk abound in the meadows along the river.
Scenes of characters fly-fishing in the movie, "The River Runs Through," were filmed on the upper Main Boulder River. Robert Redford returned to the Main Boulder Valley in 1996 and 1997 to film the movie, "The Horse Whisperer." Scenes from the ranch setting were filmed no more than a few minutes drive from McLeod.
We invite you to leave all your worries at home and enjoy your stay at McLeod!
Keywords: Located on the banks of the West Boulder River, the McLeod Guest House sleeps eight in three bedrooms, has three outside decks, satellite TV and free wi-fi.
We have owned McLeod Resort since 1971; a few years ago we remodeled the guest house. Vic is retired and Judy is still the Postmaster at McLeod. We have raised four children at McLeod, and currently have 10 grandchildren and 3 great granchldren. We have always enjoyed sharing our "garden of eden" with others.
The Owner purchased this cottage in 1971
My husband was working for his uncle in 1971 when we found the property and bought it.
We enjoy sharing our "bit of heaven" with others.
It was such a relaxing place to stay as it was right next to the beautiful babbling West Boulder River. Very private and had everything we could want in the cabin. The resort is beautiful with flowers surrounding the property as well as wildlife and perfectly manicured lawn. The scenery is unmatched with surrounding mountains and rivers. We could not have asked for a nicer spot!
We spent a week here in early April 2013. The weather was still cold and it snowed every night. What a great time we had in this cozy and warm cottage. The view from the French Doors in the kitchen was wonderful. Property was clean, bed was super comfortable and believe me we used the kitchen every day. We have stayed in many places over the past years and this certainly rates high on the list. Thank you to our hosts for such a nice place to stay!!!
The guest house is located right off the Boulder river. It has all the amenities of a home, with a kitchen, shower, living room and dining area. McCleod is a great area if you are looking to get away from the city and enjoy the quiet of the mountain area. Natural bridge is a short distance from the guest house and is always worth checking out. The guest house is clean and well maintained....Enjoy your stay!
Had an ops to stay here a week ago. Loved it. Twas easy to book this location and just as simple to roll into the property. Right on Main Street McLeod, in the heart of the events. Next to the PostOffice and Garage.
Beautiful shoot of the Boulder River runs behind the prop as viewed in the fotos. Would return back here and most likely will.
My wife and I spent our honeymoon in the McLeod Resort guest house and it was fantastic. The West Boulder River flowed by out side of our bedroom window and was soothing to listen to at night. The guest house was also well maintained and contained everything we needed for the 3 night we stayed there. There was more than enough room for an additional 2 couples (we were glad that we were there alone). Also, the natural bridge is a natural wonder that should be seen by all. Will stay there again. Carl and Kay
If you're looking for a place that is close to public access fishing, quiet and great accommodations, McLeod Guest House is great. The Guest House is a classic cabin, with charming decoration, incredibly close to the river. Fires at night next to the river were especially nice. I would recommend this place to fishing groups and hunters as well. Families with older (teen+) kids would be well suited. I did not stay in the small fishing cabins, but looked inside them; they are cute and functional for those who want to fish or hunt the area- but don't want to sleep on the ground. Lots of hiking available. Also a great location for those who plan to fish the lower Yellowstone. The second level of the Guest House has steep steps on the inside- though the second level can be accessed from outside which has standard grade steps. The resort is not close to "night life" and clubs, and 16 miles from the grocery store. I see this as a "Get Away" place not a "Happen'n" place.