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Why Stay at our Bed and Breakfast in Missoula MT This Winter

When it comes to winter getaways, Montana might admittedly not be at the top of your list unless you’re an avid skier or winter sports enthusiast.  It really should be, though, especially when you factor our extraordinary Bed and Breakfast in Missoula MT into the picture! It does get cold here, but with that cold comes an extraordinary winter wonderland worth experiencing.

While the days are perfect for adventuring through Montana’s most scenic landscapes, evenings are perfect for curling up in our cozy Bed and Breakfast in Missoula MT. Our Inn sits on a mountainside overlooking the beautiful Bitterroot River Valley. Our guest rooms offer private baths with jetted tubs, king or queen beds, and all the amenities that will make your stay memorable and relaxing. There’s no doubt about it – our Bed and Breakfast in Missoula MT is the best place to stay this winter!  Continue reading

Ski Missoula – the Montana Snowbowl

The Montana Snowbowl is open for business. The powder is deep and fresh, and every trail is open. As of this writing, there are four feet of snow at the base and more than six feet of snow at the summit. A fresh dusting of 4 inches sits atop the packed powder, and there isn’t a breath of wind. It’s difficult to stay away, isn’t it?

A good day of skiing at the Montana Snowbowl. Picture from the Montana Snowbowl.

Don’t fight the urge to ski – embrace it. Our Missoula bed and breakfast is less than 30 minutes from the Montana Snowbowl – an ideal location for a ski weekend getaway.

The Montana Snowbowl is open daily from 9:30 to 4 pm. Ski during the week when crowds are thin, or come to participate or watch some of racing events that are scheduled during January and February. January 15 – 17 is the Northern Division Freestyle Event, which pits the best skiers in the area against one another in a series of freestyle and jumping events. The weekly Alpine Evening Race Series on Wednesday evenings begins January 26, 2011, and the Telemark Evening Race Series on Thursday evenings begins February 3, 2011.

If you haven’t already done so, dig those skis and boards out of the basement and give them a good coat of wax. The season has begun, and it looks to be a good one. We stand ready to welcome skiers and snowboarders to our Missoula Montana bed and breakfast, where the hot chocolate is excellent and a fire will keep you warm.

Ski and Eat in Missoula

April 4, 2010, is the last day of skiing at the Montana Snowbowl, near our Missoula bed and breakfast. Snow may be around for a while yet, but these are your last weeks to enjoy downhill skiing by day and the restaurants and amenities of Missoula by night.

You’ll be hankering for a good meal after a day on the slopes. Cold, fresh air stimulates the appetite. Read on for a few good Missoula restaurant recommendations.

Dim Sum dinner at our Missoula inn.

Red Bird offers innovative cuisine in an architecturally stunning locale. Their menu changes seasonally so they may use the freshest possible ingredients.

Finn & Porter serves hearty steaks and delectable seafood in a hip and jazzy atmosphere.

Scotty’s Table offers simple yet sophisticated French bistro fare. Expect to find delicious deserts and an excellent wine list at The Depot. The Pearl Cafe and Bakery serves up hearty French country food that may be just perfect after a day of skiing.

Of course, you are always welcome to ask us for restaurant recommendations. And if you give us a little notice, we love to prepare dinners for four or more guests of our bed and breakfast Missoula. We serve a variety of menus from Western BBQ to East Indian feasts. Ask about it when making your reservation.

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