Mountain Treehouse secluded retreat on an exclusive Bridger Canyon Property. Absolutely no smoking. With a short hike from the main house, enjoy an elevated cozy experience with unique accommodations and the rusticity of camping. Papa's treehouse offers an opportunity for a restful nights sleep in a hand-hewn bed with forest views
“Talk about a place to bring out your inner child! What a blast to stay in a treehouse in the woods of Montana! Papa's Treehouse was so much fun. We stayed a few extra hours in the morning just so the kids could enjoy the experience of being there. There's no electricity and no running water, but we knew that and came prepared and Dale&Jackie provided everything else we could possibly need. I hope we can come back again someday!”
This studio apartment is located 3 blocks north of historic downtown Bozeman. Private free parking, private patio with chiminea, separate entrance, lush flower gardens, nearby shopping, pubs, restaurants, Willson Theatre and community parks. MSU is 1.5 miles from our home.
“Loveliest, private, clean, classy place. Amy's style made it feel like it was decorated by an HGTV expert! All of the nicest touches in all of the best places. Relax inside and outside here. Lovely furnishing and comfortable bed and furniture. Excellent location, close to main street, close to MSU. Five Stars. We loved staying here.”
Room in a brand-new, modern eco house in probably THE BEST location in Bozeman. Your room (w/ walk-in closet) and bathroom are on the 1st floor near the front door. Main living is on the 2nd floor. Master bedroom is in the basement. So, you can come and go easily and with as little or much interaction as you prefer. Walk to coffee, food, parks, groceries, bars, breweries, shops, gym, yoga, barre, and everything Downtown, in the NE Neighborhood, and the Cannery District.
“Look no further - Jason's place was gorgeous! You will have a chic, cozy, comfortable room in the heart of downtown Bozeman. The bedroom and bathroom feel very private and were impeccably clean. Jason also shared a great local's guide to what to eat, drink, and see while we were in town.”