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Originally opened in 1893, and host to such folks as Buffalo Bill, and Calamity Jane, The Pollard Hotel still offers the same warm, western hospitality that's made it famous over the years. Now completely restored, The Pollard affords a perfect blend of modern conveniences and old western charm. Frommer's Montana & Wyoming Travel Guide named The... more
Cottonwood Outfitters provides fully guided Montana hunting trips. Come to this land of river bottoms, hay meadows, rough badlands, and high ridges to hunt for deer, antelope and elk. Lodging is available at either their hunting camp or comfortable ranch house. You also have access to a TV, phone, ice box, and plenty of good cooking served family... more
The Lonesome Spur Ranch isn't a dude ranch. It is a real working cattle ranch, where you are invited to participate in the day to day activities. We love to share our beautiful sunrises and sunsets, white tail and mule deer, an occasional elk, mountain sheep or moose, the howl of the coyotes and the fleeting sight of the red fox from our rustic... more
If you love fly fishing, it doesn't get much better - or bigger - than at Montana Fly Fishers! Located near the rushing waters of Bighorn River in South-Central Montana, this angler’s paradise offers fly fishing packages featuring knowledgeable guides, boats, light tackle, convenient transportation, as well as lodging and dining at the homey... more
Your home in the hills, it's the perfect base camp for your travelling adventures. You'll find yourself at home in the famous Judges Chambers Restaurant and Broadus Motels family owned by Jean Hough and son Stephen Held. The variety of accommodations may surprise you at the Broadus Motels. Log, brick and deco-block buildings make up the three main... more
You're part of the family at Lakeview Bed & Breakfast! Whether your being greeted by hostess Margaret Macdonald, eating a breakfast of homemade breads and jellies in the dining room or relaxing on the patio overlooking Deer Lake, you're sure to feel right at home at this cozy Newfoundland Bed & Breakfast!... more
The Bighorn River, with over 8000 fish per mile, is indisputably one of the finest fisheries in the world. Nestled amoungst the cottonwoods along the river, Eagle Nest combines the rustic beauty of a 7000 square foot Log lodge with gourmet dining and old fashioned Montana hospitality. Eagle Nest was the first Orvis Endorsed Fishing Lodge and the... more