Food preparation is a breeze in the full kitchen
complete with any cooking utensil you might need. If you can't find it,
Ghost Rails Inn B & B right next door will gladly supply it for
your use. Don't feel like cooking tonight? Guido's Fat Belly Deli (so
much more than a deli!) is three doors down. Enjoy a shrimp tomato
pesto sandwich or a garlic appetizer served with Gorgonzola, sliced
apples and toast. Did we mention it was slow baked in chardonnay and
butter? Or feast on a real Montana buffalo burger with homemade fries.
When's the last time you had fries actually made from real potatoes?
After dinner, a nightcap at Sportsman’s Bar where
you will find the definitive quirky local who is just as likely to be
discussing recipes and books as hunting and fishing. And what is that
hanging from the ceiling?........oooohhhhh.
As you leave Sporty’s, you are wished a good
night by name. When was the last time that happened? Too long. Peak
your head into the courtyard of Ghost Rails Inn B & B and meet
tonight’s guests. On a hot summer night, you’re probably just in time
for ice cream sundaes with home made chocolate sauce. Indulge by the
bubbling fountain nestled under the 100 year old lilac tree. (And you
thought they were just bushes.) Meet folks from Finland, England, Japan
Darkness falls and the mountain air is crisp and
clean; time to walk next door to your private mountain oasis. Aren’t
you glad you didn’t have to get back into your car and drive up some
dusty rutted road
After a full day of traveling, you’re ready for
some solitude. The master suite features a cozy sitting area to curl up
and read the book you've been planning to read for over a year
now.....if you only had the time. You have the time now. Perhaps you
brought the book with you or perhaps you walked two blocks down the
street to the Montana Valley Bookstore, home to over 100,000 used
books. Guests have found coveted first editions and long sought after
out-of-print treasures! As night falls, steam away your city stress in
the jetted tub. Crawl between the luxurious Egyptian cotton sheets in
the queen bed with pillow top mattress and remember what a good night's
sleep should feel like.
The sun rises in this gorgeous mountain valley.
What to do, what to do.......whitewater raft the Alberton Gorge, of
course! Alberton MT is home to the World Class Kayak Academy;
whitewater doesn't get any better than this. We can help you book your
float trip with Montana River Guides. Not feeling adventurous? Take a
gentle wine float and soak in the breath-taking scenery that surrounds
you in every direction. Tour the National Bison Range one day; bike the
Hiawatha Bike Trail over high mountain trestles.....and a two mile long
tunnel... the next! Mine for silver, pan for gold, torment the trout
with your awesome fly fishing skills. Should we go into Missoula for
dinner? No need; there is a fantastic steak house five minutes away on
the Clark Fork River. But if you want to go into 'the city', it's only
25 minutes east on I-90. There, you can take in concerts, theater, the
famous carousel, stroll through numerous art galleries, walk the River
Walk, tour the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation...did we say we were only
staying two weeks? We need three!
And later, return to Wild Abandon Cottage;
nothing to do but each other.
Breathe the mountain air. Insert yourself here.
Terms and Conditions:
Wild Abandon Cottage has a minimum two night
rental. Rate per night is 150.00 to 180.00 depending on number of
occupants. (Plus 7 % MT lodging tax and 50.00 cleaning fee.) Sorry, but
No pets allowed in the cottage.
To check on the availability, please call 406-722-4990.