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Candy and Chocolate Shops

Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast has majestic views, inviting hospitality, luxury accommodations, and gourmet breakfasts.  It can be even sweeter!  The following is a list of candy and chocolate shops in Missoula, Montana and within driving distance.  Chocolate connoisseurs and candy lovers can fall in love with our area’s delectable dessert delicacies!

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Candy and Chocolate Shops

Southgate Mall
2901 Brooks Street, #C11
Missoula, MT 59801
(406) 542-1817

Step into a brightly lit, colorful, and musical place bursting with every kind of candy imaginable.  Adults experience nostalgia as they see rows upon rows of penny candies in glass jars.

 

Cherry Berry and Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

2230 N Reserve St
Missoula, MT 59808 Phone number (406) 926-1007    

They specialize in house-made delicacies including caramel apples, fudge, and frozen yogurt!

 

The Sweets Barn

11380 Hwy 93 S
Lolo, MT 59847 Phone number (406) 926-1269    

The Sweets Barn carries award winning chocolates, teas and gourmet foods made fresh locally. They also offer nostalgic penny candy that line the walls inside, where people can help themselves to mix and match their favorite candy.

 

The Sweet Palace

The Sweet Palace

109 E. Broadway
Philipsburg, MT 59858
(888) 793-3896

Office Hours: 10am – 5pm September 1st through May 31st
10am – 6pm June 1st through August 31st 
CLOSED ON SATURDAYS

(a day trip from our B&B but so worth it and so well known!)

The Sweet Palace started making candy in 1934. In 1998, a candy store for all Montanans and guests opened. Visitors from all over the United States and from over 50 countries visit a Sweet Palace shop every year.  The aroma of freshly made candies arouses your senses and the elegance of the Victorian décor will take you back to another century. Be sure to join them while they create nostalgic, sumptuous sweets for gifting or indulging.  There are over 1,000 sweet selections!

The Montana Chocolate Company

Montana Chocolate Company

755 Main St or 129 N Higgins, Stevensville, Montana 59870

The most amazing, mouth-watering, delectable chocolate with Recipes Born & Raised in Montana! 100-year old family recipe.
Hand-dipped, special top secret recipes, and made with grace, integrity, and a great deal of Montana wisdom!
Wholesale, Retail, Corporate Gifts, Special Events, Restaurants

 

Posh Chocolat

111 N Higgins Ave – Inside the Historic Florence Hotel
Missoula, Montana
(406) 543-2566

Handcrafted artisan chocolates made in Missoula.

 

Brady and Elaine invite you to become guests at their magnificent bed and breakfast.  Enjoy a luxury getaway in a beautiful and scenic Montana hideaway.

Time is precious and is meant to be enjoyed with loved ones.  Bring your sweetheart to savor some peaceful and relaxing time together.  Remember these sweet places to savor divine chocolate and taste delicious candy!

Written by Kristi Dement of Bed and Breakfast Blogging.

Blue Mountain Christmas 2014

Brady and Elaine love sharing the beauty of their Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast in Missoula, Montana!  This is the most wonderful time of year to reflect upon fond memories during this Christmas and to look forward to brand new experiences in the coming New Year.

 

There is so much to do in Missoula during the winter time.  Ice fishing, ice skating, downhill skiing, cross country skiing,  snowboarding, snowshoeing,  and even snowmobiling.

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This antique formerly was a covered wagon

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Guests will see this sign while on their way to Missoula!

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Our Blue Mountain B&B sign next to some greenery with bows

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The table is set just for you this Christmas!

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We make Aebelskivers, a delicious Danish delicacy

 

More information about how we spend the holidays, and our delicious recipe for Aebelskivers, can be found in last season’s blog post.

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Our Blue Mountain coffee mug and a University of Montana Grizzly alongside holiday pine cones

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The little carved horses are Dala Horses (Swedish) and are toys based from Fjord horses like the mare we have at Blue Mountain.

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Swedish Christmas books with figurines

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The Blue Mountain Christmas tree next to our piano

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This bird reminds us of the real birds we see outside our B&B!

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We put flags from around the world on our Christmas tree

We sell Christmas gifts, including precious ornaments, as well as other unique gifts in our Wood Ducks and More Country Store.

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The Nutcracker ballet was named after this festive holiday decoration

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Missoula’s Downtown Hand-Carved Carousel is offering free rides on Christmas Day starting at 11 am!

We extend an invitation to all those interested in taking the Montana vacation of their dreams in the New Year to come. Brady and Elaine of Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast are pleased to show their hospitality to you and yours.

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Our Hawk Hill Lodge coated with beautiful snow

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From our deck, guests get a gorgeous view of snow-covered trees

Written by Kristi Dement of Bed and Breakfast Blogging

Glowing Guest Reviews for Blue Mountain B&B

Kristi (Kimber) DementMy name is Kristi Dement and I help Brady and Elaine with blogging for their bed and breakfast. You can check out my website at Bed and Breakfast Blogging.  It is not hard to see why these two live where they live.

The views are absolutely breathtaking and the nature and wildlife in the area are enchanting.  Elaine takes gorgeous professional pictures and is a certified tour guide while Brady receives great guest comments about his delicious breakfasts and tremendous knowledge of the local area.

Brady and Elaine are the real deal.  They truly love hosting people at Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast. The following is just a sample of the glowing comments guests have given them on the website Trip Advisor:

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“I slept like a baby in your very comfy room.” (visitor from Los Angeles, CA)

“This is like staying at a good friend’s mountain home.” (guest from Lexington, KY)

“We had our own deck with a wonderful view.” (Robin R. from Scotsdale, AR)

“…outstanding breakfasts (not a single repeat and all were exceptionally good).” (guest from Hot Springs, AK)

“You can hike morning or evening and you are almost sure to see deer.” (Top Contributor, Monpetit, from Vannes)

“Brady was a wonderful host and full of valuable information about things to do and see in the area. He was born and raised here!” (Karen C. from Livonia, MI)

“Brady and Elaine have made an art of hospitality!” (Madoc from Lubbock)

“All I can say is you absolutely have to try this B&B to believe how wonderful it really is.” (visitor Stacey Clark)

“The owners have gone to a great deal of trouble to think of everything you might need to make your stay tranquil and pleasing.” (guest from Cambridgeshire)

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It is an honor for me, Kristi Dement, to help these two with their blogging and social media.  They make inn-keeping seem easy, but I am sure it is a lot of hard work.  For them I know it is a labor of love.

Brady and Elaine’s gift for hosting people from all over the world shows and guests want to return for repeat visits to see them and enjoy the peaceful and scenic area of Missoula, Montana.  I highly recommend staying at Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast and so do many other guests!

Meet Innkeepers Brady and Elaine of Blue Mountain B&B

Innkeepers Brady and Elaine Anderson-Wood love extending hospitality to their guests at  Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast in Missoula, Montana.  Missoula is said to be “the best small town under 100,000 people” in America.  With breathtaking views of the mountains and Bitterroot River as well as beautiful gardens and unique wildlife to watch.

They take pleasure in sharing their mountain, home, and Montana history with others from around the world.  Meeting people from every walk of life is a real treat for them.  Guests come for a variety of reasons including: visiting their kids at University of Montana, fishing, relaxing between visits to Yellowstone and Glacier Park.

Guests have visited from every state but Delaware as well as the countries of Israel, Bolivia, Jacarta, Mongolia, Honduras, Namibia, South Korea, and Romania.  One couple from France comes every year to enjoy Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast and the surrounding area. Seeing how people with very different view points are able to come together, share breakfast, and take away an appreciation for each other is one of the biggest surprises Brady and Elaine have discovered as innkeepers.

Elaine, who takes professional pictures, says she has always adored taking pictures because of her deep love and connection with nature.  The animals that can be found outside their B&B include: woodpeckers, humming birds, hawks, eagles, bears, bunnies, deer, wild turkeys, elk, chipmunks, and much more.

Because of her background in history and education,  Elaine was able to take more classes (including classes specifically oriented toward the bi-centennial of Lewis and Clark) to become an official tour guide.  There are so many gorgeous walking trails in their area.

Blue Mountain B&B is open year round and guests can stay for just one night if that is their desire.  Some choose to have one night escapes from Missoula, Helena, Great Falls, and other places. There are fun things to do all year long in Missoula.  The benefit of their particular location is that they are close to town, yet it is so private.  Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast is on twenty acres of registered wildlife habitat next to National and State forest land.  The home was designed by their family and the room decor reflects their Swedish family heritage as well as their ranching backgrounds.

Their most loved breakfast dishes include their asparagus gratins, macadamia-crusted French toast, and Aebelskivers (a Dutch stove top doughnut).  Brady and Elaine would love to have others come to enjoy the beauty of nature, do fun area activities and/or just relax, and taste their delicious breakfasts as well as share their unique life experiences!

Written by Kristi Dement of Bed and Breakfast Blogging

Make Your Heart Happy in Missoula, Montana

Did you know that Missoula, Montana is the perfect place to visit?  Especially when you become a guest at Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast. You will enjoy spectacular views of the stunning Bitterroot River, encompassing mountains, and beautiful valley below.  Our comfortable and elegant B&B offers a relaxing mountain retreat to our guests.

Conveniently close to the peaceful and scenic Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast, the International Heart Institute of Montana brings together a recognized team of cardiologists, heart surgeons, nurses and researchers to perform advanced cardiac procedures and to search for new and improved ways to treat heart disease. Founded in 1995, IHI involves physicians and staff of St. Patrick Hospital and The University of Montana in Missoula.  They are one of the Top 50 Heart Hospitals in our country.

With your doctor’s approval, you can take good care of your heart by walking, biking, or hiking the historic Lewis and Clark trail. Travelers’ Rest State Park and the Lolo Trail are only four miles from our door.  Blue Mountain’s Bed and Breakfast offers privacy to our guests as well as a window to Montana’s many native birds, chipmunks and wildlife in their own natural habitat.  Walk our grounds to see our delightful garden and take in our gorgeous panoramic view of the mountains, valleys, and waterfalls.

Innkeepers Brady and Elaine know a lot about the history of the area.  In fact, family stories related to the settling of the West include a great, grand uncle who was one of the first tour guides in Yellowstone Park.  They share their family’s history with informative and entertaining displays and albums at their bed and breakfast.  

Elaine is a certified tour guide who can provide you with a personal camp-side Montana Trails and Tales “tour” (with advanced reservations). While relaxing in either the forested picnic area or the Lodge, enjoy a personal storytelling hour as she introduces you to the fascinating oral history of the area through story and song. Whether you are vacationing, taking a business trip, or visiting the Heart Institute, make your heart happy by booking a reservation today!

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