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Missoula Business Travel

Our Missoula Bed and Breakfast is an excellent lodging choice for business travelers.

There is no need to stay in a corporate hotel when you travel to Missoula for work. Our Missoula Inn has high speed internet and a library/office available for guest use. Stretch out in our common areas when your work is complete for the day, enjoying a movie and popcorn, music from our extensive collection, or simply the view of the Sapphire Mountains and Bitterroot River. You’ll find yourself being extra productive during the day so you’ll have more time to relax here in the evening.

Allow us to cater your event. Dim Sum for you and your colleagues?

Our Missoula bed and breakfast is also ideal for small corporate retreats. The spacious top floor of our lodge facility affords stunning views of the Missoula Valley and Bitterroot River. The main facility at Hawk Hill House is situated on a lovely forested knoll with views extending from the valley floor to the Sapphire Mountains. Twenty people are easily accommodated in the open living/dining area. Book the whole inn for a working retreat, or simply host meetings here. We will happily help you make the arrangements.

Our Missoula lodging is tucked away on twenty private, wooded acres, yet we are just minutes from the heart of Missoula and the University of Montana. Consider staying with us the next time your work brings you to Missoula, and then come back again when you have more time to play.

First Night in Missoula

There is no place more fun than Missoula on New Year’s Eve. Okay, maybe that’s a slight overstatement, but we stand by the fact that Missoula is a great place to welcome the New Year.

Celebrate First Night in Missoula.

Missoula has been celebrating First Night since 1994. and each year, the city outdoes itself. The goal is “to create an accessible, affordable, alcohol-free New Year’s Eve celebration for the entire family”. The festivities start at noon and continue until midnight.

The list of activities is enormous: swim and ice skate, watch ice carving chefs and create a luminary peace sign; learn about Incredible Edible Bugs with Annika Johns, and see the Mr. G. Science Show; learn African Dance and listen to Lee Zimmerman on cello; there will be Guitar Quartets, Taekwondo, and Jazz Graffiti; watch Magician Mark King, see The Mime in action, and listen to tales by the Missoula Folklore Society.

Who knew Missoula could be so much fun?

Well, we did. Come see for yourself.

The Producers at MCT

MCT encompasses the Missoula Children’s Theatre and the Missoula Community Theatre. This dedicated team of talented theatre professionals is currently preparing The Producers for a November run. If you’re planning a trip to our Missoula bed and breakfast November 5 – 7 or 10 – 14, 2010, you may want to spend a night at the theatre.

Mel Brooks at his best.

The Producers is just the first in an entertaining season that runs through mid May, 2011. Other productions include Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, The Mikado, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, and East Broadway Rocks!. Consider signing up for a season’s pass and seeing all five shows – it’s a great excuse to for a romantic getaway at our bed and breakfast Missoula.

For more information about the Missoula Community Theatre in general or The Producers in specific, please visit their website.

Hiking in Missoula

There is great hiking in Missoula. In the Blue Mountain Recreation Area, enjoy the Maclay Flat Interpretative Trail.

It is a gentle stroll on a wide path that can also accommodate wheelchairs.  The trail takes you along the Bitterroot River and through adjacent meadows, with some great views of mountains around Missoula.

Blue Mountain Views

Blue Mountain Views

If you want to pick up a little knowledge while visiting our Missoula lodging, the Maclay Flat Trail also has 16 interpretive signs along the way describing the river system, wildlife, vegetation and archeology of this area.

There is wildlife in the area, and the observant guest has seen evidence of porcupine and beaver. Also look for wood duck nesting boxes attached to trees and for bluebird boxes on fence posts.

About a third mile down the trail, you reach a flat, grassy spot along the river – perfect for picnicking. There are also some fishing spots along this stretch of the river. We at the Blue Mountain Montana Bed and Breakfast will be happy to provide you with picnic baskets and coolers!

There is also great bird watching at Maclay Flat. During spring in Missoula look for lots of wildflowers and other plants. Hope to see you at our Missoula Inn soon!

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