2 BR 1 BA in Log Cabin, 4 BR 3 BA Total in Log Cabin + Guest Cottage
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Negotiable, contact owner
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Awesome remote home!
Our family of 4, along with grandparents and 3 friends stayed at Chuck's lovely, remote, and splendid home filled with all the essentials and many extras! Chuck has thought of every detail! We loved coming back to his humble abode after a day of exploring and sightseeing Yellowstone. What a gem of a home you have Chuck! Thank you for hosting our family!
Amazing property! Location has such beautiful views in every direction. So quiet and peaceful!
Wonderful to work with. The owners go the extra mile to make guests feel comfortable and welcome. So many little extras provided: kitchen spices and condiments in case you forget something at the store. The cabin is so rustic, charming, and great space. Close enough to Yellowstone to visit yet far enough away to relax out in the country surrounded by incredible natural beauty of Montana. Really I can’t say enough, it was perfect and I hope to return in the future!!
Rare Find, Beautiful Location
Our stay at the Absaroka cabin was perfect, and has spoiled us for sure! The cabins were perfect for our big family and you are in a beautiful, secluded location in Emigrant. We loved all the antique decorations, art work, music, books, etc, and the kids loved all the LEGO’s, games, and toys!
Chuck provides everything you could possibly need at the cabin and more (there was even bear spray available for our hikes around the area). Close by there are excellent local restaurants and a general store, Chico hot springs, and with a 35 minute drive you can get to Gardiner/Yellowstone entrance.
You honestly can’t find anywhere like this! We didn’t want to leave. Thank you so much, Chuck, for sharing this amazing property! We had an amazing time.
Worth every penny!!!!
What an amazing cabin! The pictures do not do this place justice! Chuck sent us a map and directions to our house before we drove out. That was a huge help, since I am not too sure my GPS would’ve sent me to the right place! The drive up is gorgeous... mountains, cattle, fall colors (in October!!) and overall great views. Since it was just my husband and I, we only used the main cabin, but did sneak a peak into the second cabin. Great little place for another couple or older kids. The main cabin was perfect! Two bedrooms, both with great views! One of the most well stocked kitchens we have seen - and we use VRBO a lot. Don’t worry about the basics. He has them. Flour, sugar, coffee, canned goods, spices, oils and sprays for cooking and basic condiments! There is a dishwasher, which is great (we just hand washed - it was only the two of us) and a fully stocked kitchen for all your cooking pleasure! The wood stove was so great. It heated up the main living area and had a great ambiance. It gets warm quick!! Chuck has thought of everything in this cabin. There are maps, backpacks, bear bells, bear spray, flashlights, binoculars, toys, games, amazing selection of books, good wi-fi, a cozy desk to work at or write in your journal, so many cool antiques to look at- we didn’t want for anything! We didn’t use the outside so much, it was usually dark when we got back to the cabin, but the porch was great to sit on and enjoy the last light of the day and there is a fire pit, horse shoes, huge picnic table, an old school hot tub (I don’t think it works, but cool to look at), clothesline (although there is a washer and dryer inside for those not so adventurous!), a basketball hoop and views galore! The property is 20 acres and backs up to BLM land, so there is plenty of space to roam and explore right out the door, not to mention in Yellowstone! We will most definitely be back to enjoy this gem again!
Amazing setting against the Absaroka Mountains
We've never stayed in a place quite like this before where we had a lot of property around us and the sense of serenity, beauty, and remoteness. It was just what we were looking for in that way. This property has a separate building with two bedrooms which was great for our teenagers so that they felt they had the world to themselves. We didn't worry about them, because the property is totally separated from others around you and situated on several acres. The hospitality of the owner was great and the cabin made you feel like you had stepped back in time but we still had the modern amenities we needed. Waking up early to see the sunrise and witness the deer and other animals munching breakfast was fun for everyone and at night when we went to bed, we left the windows open and it is not often you can hear the breeze against the grass and trees outside without _any_ disturbance from modernity. The property was well maintained, and while you are probably 20-30 minutes from the entrance to Yellowstone, I would stay here again in a heartbeat when I go back to the Park. And I would say you anyone you need to experience this and take in the mountains, enjoy the brook nearby, ride around the area, and get up early to see nature as it probably was a long time ago. If you do that, you'll feed your soul. I know I'm being a bit cheesy, but we really enjoyed this place.
Stunning views away from it all!
Chuck's property was a great option for our group of 7 to start our 15 day vacation. It's remoteness made it a perfect place for us to get away from it all. Chuck was great to work with. The cabin, and cottage, were clean and comfortable. Be sure to pick up supplies prior to arrival as it will be a 30 minute drive to town if you forgot something... Spending the mornings on the back porch, soaking in the views and listening to nature was a perfect way to start each day. We would look to stay here again if we are ever back in the area.
The cabin and guest cottage are on a private road at the base of Emigrant Peak in the Paradise Valley of Park County Montana. The property is located almost equidistant from the town of Livingston and Yellowstone National Park.
Other Activities: hiking, snowmobiling, birdwatching