Open and accessible all year round. Every season is as beautiful as the next. The houses, barns, corrals and outbuildings are in a cluster at the center of the 450 acre Ranch. The Lake is an easy quarter mile walk from the house. The house has homesteader history too. We believe the kitchen of the Cobblestone House was the original homestead, and the other rooms were added as the family grew.
The Cobblestone is charming, comfortable and ready for a family of 4 or a romantic couples get-away. The house is one level. Each bedroom has a comfy queen sized bed, a dresser and closet space. The house has one full bathroom situated between the two bedrooms. There is also a separate office with desk and chair. Bedding, towels, and pillows are provided. Horses are allowed with prior approval. Pets negotiable.
Please Note: There is a Log Home 50 yards away also available for rental, sleeps 12.
About the Cobblestone House:
The Cobblestone offers a bit of history and a lot of relaxation. Walk anywhere you like on the 450 acre Ranch or just relax, relax, relax. On the Ranch there is a private trout lake, about eleven acres in size, several beaver ponds and three year-round live creeks. The lakes and ponds offer trout fishing to guests and is within easy walking distance for all. If river fishing is what you are after the Stillwater River is only 10 minutes drive, Rosebud Creek the same distance and the Yellowstone River is only 20 minutes drive away. Because of the abundance of water and tree cover this section of land draws wildlife of all kinds. Wildlife is often spotted walking through the Ranch, and photographic opportunities are abound!
Views, Fishing and Wildlife:
At the Ranch there are outdoor activities like walking, sightseeing, photography, swimming or fishing at the private lake. There is a dock with a picnic table if you want to pack a cooler and spend a good long time soaking up the sun and scenery. The Ranch is a short distance to spectacular hiking trails, mountain biking, downhill skiing, cross country skiing, dog sledding, snowshoeing, white water rafting, kayaking, horseback riding, the famous Beartooth Highway, Absarokee Days, historic Red Lodge and its annual rodeo and mountain man rendezvous, quaint towns with great gift shops in Absarokee and Fishtail, ATV rentals, wagon tours & sleigh rides, Stillwater Art & Wine Festival, or a day trip into Yellowstone National Park. The route to Yellowstone from the Ranch is breathtakingly beautiful, going over the Beartooth Highway to the Top of the World, then through the historic mining town of Cooke City. The Winter route to Yellowstone is through Lewistown, Montana.
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