|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
Get away from it all! Escape to this beautiful and roomy log home. Enjoy the Beartooth Mountain Views! It is secluded yet easily accessible to Red Lodge. With 4 private sleeping areas and bed space for 11 people this cabin easily welcomes the extended family. Decks on three sides give additional summer recreational space with a gas grill. The fully finished basement offers a home theater including a 60 flat screen TV! Come enjoy this unique Red Lodge oasis. The spiral staircases add unique character. Anyone with mobility issues would want to take one of the bedrooms on the main floor. Please also note that the railing on the spiral staircase has supports that are a bit wide. Staircase is not toddler friendly.
There is a bedroom on the upper level with a queen sized bed and a full bath. There is a loft area located just outside the upper bedroom with a twin-sized futon. The main level has two bedrooms with a queen bed in each and a shared bath. The lower level has a sleeping area with a queen bed, a full bath (jetted tub) and in the family room on this lower level there is a queen sized futon.
Our family loved this cabin! Lots of space, very clean, minutes from town. The staff was very helpful. We lost power due to a wind storm and the company was professional and kept in contact with where the power company was in fixing the problem. We are already planning our next visit!
Our family of five plus two dogs spent Christmas at Sally's and loved it! We had everything we needed, there was lots of space and it was fantastic! It snowed while there and was so very cozy with the two fire places! We hope to be back!
Sylvan Peak Mountain Shop
This authentic log home make a great retreat! It is a beautiful home conveniently located 4 miles west of Red Lodge. This home sits right at the base of the majestic Beartooth Mountains in a quiet secluded neighborhood. Down hill skiing, golf, hiking, fishing, whitewater rafting, nordic skiing, sledding snowshoeing, all minutes away! We would highly recommend driving the Beartooth Pass in the summer and why not see Yellowstone National Park?