Spend Your 2012 Labor Day Weekend at Our Missoula B&B

There’s still time to plan for a Labor Day vacation in Missoula. Book ahead at our quiet Missoula inn, nestled amidst the natural beauty of the Bitterroot River, yet only minutes from the fun and culture of Missoula. Choose from four uniquely decorated rooms of rustic elegance, gorgeous mountain and valley views and fine amenities. All rooms of our Missoula area inn have king or queen beds and private baths with jetted tubs. Free Wi-Fi and guest-use refrigerators are also available. But more importantly, your hosts Brady and Elaine are always happy to help you plan any details of your Labor Day weekend getaway.

The longer Labor Day weekend gives you time to explore some favorite Missoula area attractions. Spend a day hiking in Glacier National Park. Visit the Bison Range. History buffs love touring the local ghost towns, historic battlefields and following the Nez Perce/Lewis and Clark Trail. Hike, bike or horseback ride your way through history and through stunning landscapes of waters and mountains.
If town is more your style, take a few minutes’ drive to Missoula. Missoula’s restaurants, museums, fun shops and nightlife will give you a variety of sights, tastes and sounds to experience. Avid golfers will be pleased to know there are seven golf courses to choose from. While you’re here, you might as well try them all! If you’ve spent a lot of time enjoying the outdoors around Missoula or walking around town, you might be feeling a little sore. In addition to helping you set up any other Missoula area activities, Brady and Elaine will also be happy to make a spa appointment for you. A relaxing massage is a welcome part of any vacation, whether it’s a few weeks off or a long Labor Day weekend!
After a day of playing or relaxing, your beautiful room with a view in our Missoula bed and breakfast will be the perfect place to relax in comfort.
If this sounds like a great way to spend the long Labor Day weekend, give us a call or check availability today!

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