Bed & Breakfast
Your 'Home Away From Home'
Under the Big Skies of Montana.
It’s all about comfort! A restful night’s sleep and breakfast to go, in the garden or your room or our new breakfast solarium. Call directly at 406-646-7754 or
406-201-0657 for more info.
The West Yellowstone Bed and Breakfast, open year round, is located just 4.5 miles from the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park. A quiet location just 5 minutes to Yellowstone nestled among the lodge pole pines in the Gallatin National Forest with abundant wildlife when you least expect. We offer 3 log decor rooms, each with their own private entrance and bath and a made to order breakfast of your choice from a menu.
Choose your breakfast from our guest selected favorite menu items ~ then choose your time.
Served from 7am-9am
~Homemade Cinnamon Raisin French Toast, ~Fruit Pancakes, ~Eggs, Toast, Home Fries and Sausage and much more!
After a long day of fly fishing or exploring Yellowstone, enjoy the custom garden of native plants, quiet sounds of a recirculating claw foot bathtub fountain or kick back under the pergola to hear the rustling of the aspens or the chatter of the squirrels.
While you are out on an adventure, we will tidy up your room, replenish the coffee and fluff the pillows. Let us know the comforts of home you would like to see in the rooms to make your stay more enjoyable.
Enjoy Wifi throughout the B&B, in the garden or on the back deck. Upload pictures to share with the family, message a friend or family member from afar, or do a bit of business.
~Share your favorite adventures in Yellowstone!~
GALLERY and more...
Dining Room for Breakfast
Guests Favorites ~Breakfast Menu
THINGS TO DO
Yellowstone National Park
Visit America's first national park! With abundant wildlife, world famous geysers and waterfalls and a beauty unsurpassed for photographers of all ages and abilities, this vast area requires at least 3 days to explore the highlights and more time if your into hiking, fly fishing, horseback riding, rafting or geology. With 5 entrances, the main areas to explore include Mammoth Hot Springs, Old Faithful and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.
Grand Teton National Park
While in the area, visit Grand Teton National park just south of Yellowstone known for the big mountains, glaciers, pristine lakes, and wildlife. At least 2 days will afford a good overview of this unique landscape however the hiking is unmatched with high mountain lake views and rafting or fishing the Snake River will also make for a very memorable vacation.
Beartooth Highway and Chief Joseph Scenic Byway
Dubbed 'the most beautiful drive in America', the Beartooth Highway, a US Hwy section of 212 between the northeast entrance of Yellowstone and Red Lodge, offers high mountain lakes, tundra, a pass over 10,947 feet, and daring landscapes for the seasonal adventurer. Chief Joseph Scenic Byway links the town of Cody Wyoming and the Beartooth Highway with more stunning views of the Absaroka Mountains, Beartooth Mountains and Shoshone National Forest.
Local Leisure Activities
Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center
Yellowstone Giant Screen Theatre
Blue Ribbon Fly Fishing
Tap into your inner child and explore the rivers, lakes, and creeks with nature's best views and best guides
Just West of Yellowstone
Explore the Idaho side, just a few miles from Yellowstone
Big Springs (Headwaters of the Snake) & Mesa Falls (prominent waterfalls on the Snake River)
Fashioned after the famous Louis L'Amour and his diary book writings while staying at the the Strater Hotel, each room features a diary book with over 16 years of guest favorites and recommendations
A Memorable Experience Shared
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