Mom's Place is the ultimate retreat for families and groups of any size from 2-16 people.
With a mile of private river frontage it is a paradise for fly fishing, wildlife viewing, and bird watching while the privacy and seclusion of the property allow you to relax, unwind, catch up on your reading, or even take a dip in the river on a hot day.
The Main House is perfect for a romantic couple's get-away or for the hosts of a larger party. The sunny 1450 square ft. home includes master bedroom and bath suite, an open living room, kitchen, and dining area complete with a beautiful stone fireplace and comfortable leather furniture, gourmet kitchen fully equipped, and dining table with seats for 16. A wonderful enclosed sun porch, large pantry and laundry area, kitchen breakfast nook, extra ¼ bathroom, and 2 car garage provide plenty of space to spread out into.
For parties of three or more guests the adjoining 950 sq ft. Bunkhouse is automatically added to your reservation.
The Bunkhouse provides another three spacious bedrooms, a full bath and dressing area, a den, and a rec-room with a ping-pong table and another washer/dryer. Two bedrooms have queen size beds while the third bedroom has four sets of bunk beds. Add on the sleeper sofa in the den and the bunk house can sleep 14 people comfortably. The Bunkhouse and the Main House are attached via covered deck.
Both the Main House and the Bunkhouse are newly constructed using the finest materials and craftsmanship. High ceilings, wood floors, large windows, granite counters, slate tile, and handmade log furnishings lend warmth and beauty. Central heating and a large stone fireplace keep the place cozy in all seasons. Enjoy unobstructed views of the river, meadow, and mountain from every window in the house.
Mom’s Place is only 5 miles from Painted Rocks Lake and other numerous nearby outdoor activity locations including hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing, fishing, floating, boating. It is 35 miles from Lost Trail Ski Area and even closer to hot springs soaking/swimming. Less than 20 miles to the quaint, historic town of Darby famous for its antique stores, restaurants, and summer festivals including Darby Logger Days in July. The scenic drive up the Bitterroot Valley from Missoula is one of the most beautiful stretches in the state.