Good Medicine Lodge
Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast
Montana, known as the Treasure State, is home to majestic mountains, wide open land, and friendly innkeepers at whichever Montana bed and breakfast you choose. Find a romantic Montana bed breakfast or choose a rustic Montana bed & breakfast, it's your choice.
Helena, the capital, came into existence as the Queen City of the Rockies during the 1864 Gold Rush. Today there are many architecturally significant buildings and a rich state history to discover as well as the location for bed and breakfasts in Montana. Explore Big Sky, in Yellowstone County, for the best fish and game. Try fly fishing in blue-ribbon trout streams. Another popular fishing spot for anglers is Flathead Lake. Antelope, elk, turkey and other game birds are common quarry for hunting. Or take the kids and go horseback riding. Don't forget to book your Montana bed and breakfast for a good night's rest.
White-water rafting is a must when visiting Glacier National Park. Hike or bike the extensive mountain trails. Boating, off-roading and snowmobiling information is available from Fish, Wildlife and Parks. Wherever you go, there is sure to be a bed & breakfast in Montana to meet your accommodation needs.
Discovering Montana is easy. Travel along the 29-mile Beartooth Scenic Highway, ski at a Red Lodge resort and experience the history of Custer Country, where legends Lewis and Clark roamed.
A Montana vacation can be a luxurious stay in a historic Montana bed and breakfast or an excitement-filled adventure found on ranches which are many of the Montana bed and breakfasts.
Montana B&B Associations