The only accommodations truly in Downtown Bozeman, the Olive Branch Inn, formerly the Joseph M. Lindley House, was built in 1889 by one of Bozeman's early pioneers. It is a charming and distinctive Victorian Manor house listed on the National Historic Register. The house is located just two blocks from the historic downtown area of Main Street, situated on a lovely residential street with a private fenced yard and deck. Fine restaurants, theaters, art galleries, quaint shops, hiking trails, grocery and pharmacy and Montana State University are all within walking distance.
The house has undergone a complete restoration, with dramatic French wall coverings, antique beds, fireplaces and stained glass windows. Each of our guest rooms has a private bath and is appointed with the highest quality linens, luxurious down comforters, feather pillows, plush terry-cloth robes, hair dryers, and custom soaps... well deserved pampering for an unforgettable experience. A fully equipped kitchen is on the main floor, and an additional full kitchen is on the third floor. We provide high speed wireless internet and flat screen TVs in each room.
Past grandeur has been uniquely captured through the use of romantic fabrics, rich and bold papers, unusual antiques, the warmth of natural woods, and a fine sense of creative color and design. Care has been taken to preserve the architectural authenticity, while providing present day comforts and conveniences. Come experience the tranquil elegance of this eclectic house, the ultimate invitation for the discriminating traveler to a world set apart. Nestled in the heart of the Rockies in the beautiful Gallatin Valley, Bozeman offers many outdoor activities including fly fishing, skiing, hiking, hunting, rafting, and canoeing. Pristine rivers and spectacular wilderness trails are only minutes away, while Yellowstone and Glacier Parks are within a day's drive. Local attractions include Shakespeare in the Parks, the summer Farmer's Market, outdoor band concerts, the annual Sweet Pea Festival and the Museum of the Rockies.
Arrangements can be made for scenic day trips or guided fishing excursions.