Bitterroot Valley — MONTANA — Vacation Rentals
Peruse all 12 . . . from tiny to palatial, from in-town to Western hideaway.
SweetSage sits snuggly at the foot of the Bitterroot Range on an historic ranch dating back to the 1880’s. From the long front porch, you’ll view a sweep of craggy granite peaks and observe frequently visiting wildlife, including deer, elk, bear, coyotes, owls, hawks, and eagles.
All beautifully appointed: high ceilings, three sumptuous bedrooms, two full baths, and an open living-kitchen-dining area with a large stone fireplace. Spacious and comfortable.
At your service is a full-sized washer and dryer, a new large screen TV, and wireless internet.
This is the real Montana . . . in the summer, you can hike into the adjacent, largest wilderness in the continental U.S.; in the winter, you can cross-country ski—straight out the door!
Sleeps 6+. See MORE
There’s lots of space for outdoor entertaining on its twelve wooded acres. The house has vaulted ceilings, a two-story stone fireplace, 6 bedrooms (two master suites, one with a walk-out patio), additional loft-sleeping, 4½ baths (giant showers & soaking tubs), high-end kitchen facilities, full-sized washer and dryer, and wireless internet.
Enjoy it all! Awesome views. Indoor and outdoor dining. Expansive patios and decks. A high-powered barbecue. A basketball court. Game tables in a separate room on the lower level. Indoor ping-pong. Generous parking.
All this, just minutes from downtown Hamilton and dozens of adventures. The options are limitless!
Beds for 14–20. See MORE
The kitchen is set up as the heart’s desire for a gourmet cook. A sweet, red, gas stove keeps the living room cheery. There are large HD TVs in both the living room and the upstairs master loft. And for your convenience, there is a two-car garage, a washer/dryer, and wireless internet.
Everything is well-maintained, comfortable, and particularly family friendly. Convenient to quaint historical downtown Hamilton, with its restaurants and shopping. And the area’s outdoor recreation—skiing, snowshoeing, fishing, floating, hiking, mountain-biking, horseback riding—is all closeby.
Sleeps 6+. See MORE
Cheery and spacious, this newly renovated one-bedroom cottage sits just 50 feet from the edge of the Bitterroot River’s East Fork. Plant yourself peacefully at the picnic table or in one of the flowered chintz lounges and watch the magical mountain waters roll by. Or plan to play hard in the area’s great outdoors—hiking, boating, biking, skiing (great cross-country and downhill), as well as snowshoeing, and hot springs-soaking)—you name it, it’s nearby.
The kitchen is fully equipped. A BBQ grill on the covered porch facing the river makes for charmed backyard dining. At day’s end, curl up in the queen bed, or the comfortable queen-sized La-Z-Boy Sleep Sofa in the living room.
With Riverside’s location at the southern end of the Bitterroot Valley, this Cottage is really a castle for the sage recreationist.
Sleeps 4. See MORE
Grove St. Cottage
There’s a fully equipped kitchen, satellite TV, WiFi, and a window-mounted air conditioner in the loft. A small storage area off the bedroom is just right for your skis and fishing poles. Make this your base camp for all sorts of Bitterroot adventures . . . hiking, fishing, floating, skiing (downhill and cross-country), snow shoeing, or mountain biking.
The size is ideal for a couple or small family, and super conveniently located for strolls to the local Farmer’s Market, restaurants, and downtown shopping.
Sleeps 4-6. See MORE
Built circa 1920 by a local Bitterroot family, this log cabin has seen many generations of fun gatherings. Much remains the same, except now you’ll be enjoying running water and indoor plumbing with a tiled-shower. Plus the convenience of a washer & dryer.
The bedroom has a queen log bed and a gas fireplace. The front sunporch or “sleeping porch” has another queen log bed and lots of windows. A comfortable futon also sleeps two. The kitchen is fully equipped and the lovely stone fireplace in the living room draws everyone in.
You’ll want to visit the huge bells located on a knoll just over the creek. And then see if you can find the other big bell atop another hill. Three Bells Cabin is a great, mountain, fishing-and-hiking retreat in the heart of land you already own—your National Forest. Come and enjoy it!
Sleeps 6. See MORE
The dining room table transforms, in a flash, into a full-sized Murphy Bed. The kitchen is generously equipped with refrigerator, convection oven, microwave, and coffee maker, plus the pantry essentials of oil, sugar, coffee, tea, and basic spices. The bathroom has its own touch of both the Old West—a stock tank shower/tub—and the New West, a composting toilet.
You’ll find linen & towels, a hair dryer, natural soaps & shampoos, hot water on demand, and for all-season comfort, a mini gas heater and a fan. Enjoy wireless internet and a flat screen TV.
There’s parking for one vehicle, easy access to Skalkaho Creek for fishing, and a fire ring outdoors for toasting marshmallows and watching the stars. Slip into this sweetly eccentric abode and try out the idea of ″simple living in an efficient space.″
All the Bitterroot Valley’s outdoor wonders and Western town life are nearby.
Sleeps 2. See MORE
Three spacious bedrooms, all en suite with roomy bathrooms (the master bath has heated floors and a spa tub), are furnished with a queen, a queen, and a double. An additional open two-bedroom loft (with a queen and another full bed), along with the den’s queen-sized pull-out sofa sleeper, serve to accommodate parties of up to 12 guests.
Find yourself playing hard any season in the spectacular outdoor country of the Bitterroot Valley and then cozying up to one of the Bunkhouse’s three gas fireplaces. Recently built, the house offers central heat, A/C, Wireless Internet, intercom, and radio throughout, plus satellite TV in the den. The shelves are full of board games, books, and DVDs. And the well-appointed, sparkling kitchen partners with a dining room of tables and chairs to seat twelve.
For your further convenience, there’s a 3-car garage, ample parking, and a full-sized washer and dryer.
What a bunkhouse!
Sleeps 2–12. See MORE
On the middle level, a large dining table seats six, and the kitchen is fully equipped for cooking and serving. The adjacent living area offers kicked-back relaxing, with a sofa, recliner chair, and flat screen TV. And a sliding glass door leads onto a large deck looking down on Bear Creek.
The lower level has a laundry room, another bathroom, garage access, and office space with a desk, and connects to the walkout basement, with a gas-log fireplace stove, large flat screen TV, sofa, love seat, a game/puzzle table, and French doors opening onto the backyard and another view of Bear Creek.
All the comforts of home—satellite TV, wireless internet, washer/dryer, hydronic heating, fenced yard, and BBQ grill. And you'll find it easily accessible year round and within close proximity of Hwy 93.
Sleeps 6. See MORE
The bedrooms, with all new beds, are on the upper level. One boasts a king-sized, two have queens, and the fourth a cozy futon for two. In the morning, you’ll wake to amazing views of the Bitterroots and the Sapphire mountains. And sometimes a herd of statuesque elk.
For your enjoyment and convenience, there are 3 large HD flat screen TVs, a full-sized washer and dryer, and a completely equipped kitchen. The patio has a gas BBQ for outdoor dining. You’ll be well cared for in all seasons with central heat and AC.
Sleeps 8. See MORE
The house is a roomy 1800 sq. ft., including four bedrooms that sleep eight people in two queen beds, one full-sized, and two twins. There are two full bathrooms, one with a tiled shower, the other with a claw foot tub and shower. The kitchen is fully equipped and the dining room seats 10 people.
The Cook House has a mid-valley location, which is surrounded by the Bitterroot’s fabulous outdoor offerings: hiking, biking, skiing (downhill & cross-country), floating the river, fly-fishing, bird-watching, and strolling the many small town festivals. After a day of communing with Mother Nature, look forward to an evening relaxing, barbecuing on the deck/patio’s professional-chef grill and indulging in games, TV, or high speed internet.
Stevensville was founded in 1841, as the first European-settled town in the entire Pacific Northwest. (Check out The Stevensville Main Street Association.) Combined with historic Cook House, this setting is ideal for family gatherings, couples getaways, wedding parties, and corporate retreats. The property, with its gardens and fountain and beautifully shaded and fully fenced side yard, is also available for small receptions, photo shoots, and private parties.
Sleeps 8. See MORE
The grand master bedroom, with its sweep of large windows, luxurious king-sized bed, walk-in closet, and bath with double sinks, Jacuzzi tub, and walk-in shower, is separated from the activities in the main part of the house and boasts its own little living room, complete with DVD player. The four upstairs bedrooms all have sweet window seats, perfect spots for propping open a book or reveling in views of Nature. Tucked in a nook, a futon bed provides additional sleeping. The airy upstairs hallway is hung with a huge relief map and there’s a table and chairs for cards, games, or chatting. An elk with a stately gaze accompanies your climb up the stairs, while antelope and deer inhabit almost every room.
The lovely columned veranda, stretching across the back of the home, has a propane barbecue grill and seating for eight at two tables. Take the rustic stairs descending the bank and be charmed by a railed deck perched on the creek. This bottom land is renown habitat for moose, deer, and all sorts of birds.
At your service is a fully equipped kitchen, wireless Internet, full-sized W/D, and satellite TV in the living room. A powder room, convenient to the entryway and living room, makes for the sixth bathroom.
It’s an easy drive north to Missoula or south to the Continental Divide, with proximity to all the outdoor recreation you can think of—hiking, biking, floating, fishing, lake sailing, superb downhill and cross-country skiing, rock-climbing, and bird-watching. Plus, nightlife with great restaurants, entertainment, and local brew pubs.
In the summer, there’s ample grassy parking, and Big Creek Pines can be rented for outdoor events of up to 200 people.
Sleeps 2–12. See MORE
Amy Dolce Sage
Today, I’m a licensed, insured property manager and SweetSage has grown into a diverse enterprise with a unique selection of both vacation and long-term rentals. With every guest and tenant, I’m dedicated to providing the best the Bitterroot has to offer . . . clean, quiet surroundings, the comforts of home, and, always, my special attention.
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822 Sweathouse Creek Road
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