Blue Mountain B&B provides a unique Missoula lodging experience! Nestled around the mountainside among regal ponderosa pines and meditative water gardens, this Missoula bed and breakfast, results in a wonderfully tranquil romantic getaway just moments from Missoula’s business, sporting and cultural centers. The Inn and gardens provide a breathtaking, wild birds-eye look at the Bitterroot River, surrounding mountain tops and valley below, including area of the historic Lewis and Clark Trail- an event you ought to not miss when visiting Montana!
Elegant breakfasts combined with the Inn’s lovely decor offer comfort and luxury, complementing the country, wooded surroundings from the Blue Mountain tops around Missoula. Guest rooms have private baths with jetted tubs, king or queen beds, ac, attractive views and lots of amenities which make one’s stay both memorable and relaxing (wi-fi and refrigeration facilities have been in some rooms as well as in common areas).
With four private rooms and twenty acres of wildlife habitat immediately next to National Forest, Blue Mountain’s Montana Bed and Breakfast provides the special feeling of privacy, while developing a home for a lot of native wild birds, chipmunks along with other creatures. It’s the perfect mountain retreat- offering comfort, convenience, beauty and a feeling of warm, casual elegance towards the visitor and business traveler alike.
Hosts Brady and Elaine can help you experience as well as arrange for your trip, passing on a relaxed and personalized feeling which will truly provide you with a feeling of rejuvenation. (If you want to organize ahead, many vacation ideas and contacts can be seen around the Area- Link’s page. You may also send an e-mail request to remainAtbluemountainbb.com
Escape right into a unique setting that provides you…
- The wonder & character of the small mountain retreat
- Enhanced comfort & style you find inside the American B&B tradition
- The intrigue & closeness of the Japanese Ryokan or European Inn
- A hot Western greeting supported by ranch-style hospitality