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Stay at the Best Missoula Bed and Breakfast

Stay at the best Missoula bed and breakfast

When looking for the best Missoula bed and breakfast you’ll want comfort, proximity to things to do, and a place you’ll feel right at home in. Our secluded mountain getaway has everything you could ever want in a bed and breakfast and then some! We are close enough to downtown yet far enough away for the peace and solitude you seek while on vacation. We serve a hearty breakfast meal to help get your day going and offer a dinner so you can leave everything up to us! We are set up with your ultimate comfort in mind so that all you have to do is sit back and relax.

Let our Missoula bed and breakfast be the escape you’ve been craving! Our well-appointed guest rooms are decorated in a rustic charm you’d expect from Montana accommodations. You’ll feel as if you stepped into your own private mountain cabin. Look out your window to see views over the gardens on our property, the nearby forest, the surrounding mountains, or the Bitterroot Valley below. If you are ready for the best Missoula getaway book your stay with us today! Continue reading

Find The Best Skiing Near Missoula

Finding skiing near Missoula is not a difficult task as there are a plethora of incredible places throughout the area. There are world-class ski resorts that offer incredible terrain, acres of trails, as well as spectacular views of the famed big sky country. If you are dreaming of finding fresh powder to ski or snowboard through this winter, those dreams can become a reality by checking out the best skiing near Missoula! You can be amongst the most sought after ski areas in the world just 20 minutes from downtown or enjoy the gorgeous drives from Missoula to the many other ski resorts in the area.

After a day on the slopes, you’ll need a cozy and relaxing place to warm those toes and sip hot chocolate. Our Missoula bed and breakfast is the ultimate winter getaway for you! Set on a mountainside, our lodging offers the serenity you’ve been searching for. With views of the Bitterroot river below and surrounding forests, you’ll feel as if you have stepped into your own mountain retreat.  The rustic surroundings are reflected in the woodsy decor without compromising luxury and comfort. If you are ready for the perfect place to escape to this winter, book your room today! Continue reading

10 of Our Favorite Things to do in Missoula This Winter

The things to do in Missoula during the long winter months is an extensive list of everything from outdoor adventure, to getting a relaxing massage, or kicking back and tasting a local brew. Montana in the winter is a magical time of year when the world becomes a playground and excuses to cozy up and enjoy a good meal are highlighted! Missoula is no exception with its world-class places to explore. Winter surely does not dull the adventurous spirit of this Montana town!

You’ll find the ultimate in comfort and coziness this winter at our Missoula bed and breakfast. Our small mountainside retreat is a romantic winter getaway full of casual elegance. From here you can take in the views of the Missoula Valley and surrounding mountains. Located just minutes away from all the shops, dining, and outdoor adventure but feeling like a world away this is your perfect escape this winter. Your stay with us will be a memorable and relaxing one! If you want the best place to enjoy a quintessential Montana vacation, book your room today! Continue reading

Visit The Missoula Art Museum This Fall

The Missoula Art Museum is a not to be missed stop when visiting this amazing Montana town! Located in historic downtown this free (that’s right, free!) museum showcases a diversity of thought-provoking work from both local and international artists. This Missoula treasure is a great place to spend an afternoon and enjoy a bit of culture on your trip here! Drawings, paintings, sculptures, photographs and more fill the spacious exhibition areas and is sure to be a highlight of your time here. After a visit to the Missoula Art Museum, you gain a better grasp of the issues, hopes, and thoughts of Montana locals.

Our Missoula Bed and Breakfast is the perfect spot to unwind this fall. Our quiet mountainside retreat will leave you feeling rejuvenated and renewed. Located just minutes away from downtown, our Montana bed and breakfast feels like a world away from the hustle and bustle of life right now. At our cozy and comfortable inn, you’ll be surrounded by mountains with phenomenal views of the valley and Bitterroot River below. If you are looking for the ultimate fall getaway, book your stay today! Continue reading

A Glacier National Park day trip from Missoula

Glacier National Park is a highlight for many who travel to Montana. With its towering snow-capped mountains,  clear lakes, and sweeping forest vistas, it is definitely a must-see destination. Missoula is only a 3-hour drive from this national treasure and the day trip up is part of the fun! Stopping along Route 93 up past Flathead Lake and to all the interesting towns and attractions in between will surely be an exciting way to spend a day!

After a day trip up to Glacier National Park and back we will be here to welcome you to our Missoula mountainside retreat. Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast is the perfect spot to relax, recoup, and reconnect. We sit next to 20 secluded acres of National Forest land with amazing views of the valley below. If you are ready to get away from it all at our tranquil and romantic inn, book your stay today! Continue reading

9 Best Missoula Breweries to Visit This Summer

A list of the best Missoula breweries can be extensive understanding that this Montana town has a long and varied history of brewing beer. To the locals, Missoula is a beer town. The early start of the best Missoula breweries began in the late 1990s to the early 2000s. This town is a craft beer pioneer, serving hop beers 10 years before they became widespread and as well known as they are today.

A summer day in Montana calls for a delicious beer to be enjoyed and savored. Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast happens to be nearby some of the best Missoula breweries. Let our mountainside retreat be your summertime oasis while enjoying the better things that life has to offer, like beer! If you are looking for a summer escape into the mountains amongst gardens and views of the breathtaking Bitterroot River, book your stay with us today! Continue reading

10 Incredible Missoula restaurants That Need Your Support This Summer

Montana is often thought of as a meat and potatoes kind of place with being in the middle of American cattle country. But Missoula Montana is a definite exception to that rule! Missoula restaurants serve up everything from extremely local fare to amazing international cuisine. However, due to the pandemic, many of these special places have had to completely close down or get creative in order to help limit the spread of COVID-19.

These Missoula Restaurants are a beloved part of this small community and need your help now more than ever before. It’s time to give back to this town that we all love and want to see thrive in the future.

While you are here supporting the local economy come stay at our locally owned bed and breakfast. Our mountainside retreat is the perfect romantic getaway this summer. While exploring all this town has to offer and supporting local restaurants let us be your home away from home for your stay! Book your room at Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast today Continue reading

10 Fun Things to do in Missoula This Summer

As we face a crossroads with the COVID-19 pandemic, we are all wondering how and when to move forward. As businesses and economies slowly start the process of reopening, it’s important to focus on the many opportunities we do have for getting out and socially distancing responsibly. Luckily, there are plenty of fun things to do in Missoula, including things that will keep you safe and healthy throughout the summer. At Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast you’ll have ample opportunity to relax and reset. Located just outside of Missoula our secluded mountainside inn will be your tranquil sanctuary.

It has been important to stay at home in order to stop the virus from spreading, but after so much time spent indoors there comes a time for a change of scenery, routine, and self-care. Plan yourself a much-needed vacation, enjoy some of the best things to do in Missoula, and book a stay at our peaceful Missoula Bed and Breakfast today! Continue reading

The University of Montana’s Mansfield Conference

Are you attending the 2013 University of Montana’s Mansfield Conference?

This three day event takes place from March 19-21. This year’s theme is The Future of Health Care. It is free and open to the public. The conference takes place at the University Center at the University of Montana.

Co-sponsored by The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center, The Project on American Democracy and Citizenship, The Mansfield Ethics and Public Affairs Program and The Presidential Excellence Fund. At the heart of the debate about health care is a fundamental tension between individual rights and social responsibilities. These ethical issues will be discussed during the conference.

Over the course of the Mansfield Conference, leading national and local thinkers will discuss a variety of topics where the strain between the individual and society comes into greater focus. Some of the issues you can expect to hear about are medical insurance, Medicare and Medicaid, vaccination programs, obesity, and end-of-life care.

The goal of the conference is provide a forum for informed discussions on these important and controversial issues and to increase awareness of, and sensitivity to, the political and ethical questions they raise.

Featured Speakers

mansfield-poster-2013Mark Hall: Leading scholar in health care law and policy, professor at Wake Forest University School of Law, author of fifteen books including Making Medical Spending Decisions and Health Care Law and Ethics.

Megan McArdle: Special Correspondent for Newsweek and The Daily Beast, former senior editor at The Atlantic Monthly and writer for The Economist.

James Morone: Political Science and Urban Studies Professor, Brown University, author of eight books, Pulitzer Prize non-fiction nominee.

And others! See all the speakers and the schedule on the Mansfield Conference webpage.

Are You Coming to Missoula for the Conference?

If so, we would like to be your hosts while you are in town! Our beautiful Missoula inn is less than 20 minutes away from the university.

Discover Missoula Culture

Missoula Arts and Culture.

Take in a show at the historic Wilma Theater.

It is often said that Missoula has more culture than any other city in Montana.

Culture is defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as “enlightenment and excellence of taste acquired by intellectual and aesthetic training.” It is also defined as “acquaintance with and taste in fine arts and humanities.”

Missoula, therefore, is the place to go in Montana to hear live music, watch a show, and see art.

Many people spend a few days at our Missoula Bed and Breakfast in order to do just that. They come here from more rural areas to see a show and browse art galleries. They come to feel the pulse of the city and the energy of the university. It’s invigorating. It’s fun.

Art galleries abound in downtown Missoula. One of the best times to visit them is on the First Friday of each month, when they stay open late and host artist receptions and other special events.

The University of Montana in Missoula brings a host of fantastic performers to the stage year-round. Some, like the Buddy DeFranco Jazz Festival, are much anticipated. Others, such as the Symphonic Wind Ensemble, draw more intimate crowds. There there is The Adams Center, which has the largest indoor seating capacity in western Montana; it brings such names as Dierks Bentley and the Rolling Stones.

Buffalo Soldiers at Fort Missoula

Learn about the Buffalo Soldiers at Fort Missoula.

There is also a good deal of history in and around Missoula. The Historical Museum at Fort Missoula reveals the rich history of Missoula County. The Holt Heritage Museum is a great place to learn about cowboys and their rodeos and Indians and their Pow Wows. The Montana Museum of Art and Culture  has a superb collection of Rocky Mountain west art, contemporary Native American art, and a respectable number of pieces from Southeast Asian and European masters.

Treat yourself to a few days of culture. Allow yourself to be pampered while staying in our Missoula Bed and Breakfast. You’re worth it.

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