Howlers Inn is North America's only B& B and Wolf Sanctuary. Set on 42 acres,surrounded by majestic mountain ranges, Howlers is home to 8 wolves who live in enclosures that adjoin the house. This is the perfect place for nature lovers, fishermen, outdoor enthusiasts and those looking for beautiful scenery and a relaxing place to kick back and slow down. We are the perfect starting point for day trips to Yellowstone National Park; spectacular hiking and blue ribbon fishing, as well as white water rafting and horseback riding. We are 10 minutes from Bridger Bowl ski area for great downhill skiing, and about an hour from Big Sky resort.
4.8 on July 20, 2013
We had an absolutely fabulous experience at the Howlers Inn. Our room was very comfortable and spacious with great views of the wolves! We immensely enjoyed each wonderful breakfast. Evenings on the porch were very relaxing as well as fun when the elk meandered out from the tree line across the street. The B and B is convenient to downtown Bozeman - definitely fun to visit - and there is great hiking and golf in the area. This is a must for your itinerary!
5 on July 19, 2013
Everything and everyone exceded all expectations. The location, furnishings, and especially our hosts were superb. Sincerely was one of the highlights of our vacation. My family and I look forward to coming back to beautiful Montana. The Bahn family was the most gracious that we have had the pleasure to stay with. Thank you, the Ellis Family.
5 on July 14, 2013
Such an awesome bed and breakfast! The hosts made you feel right at home! Breakfast was amazing, and the wolves were so neat to observe. The room was so clean and inviting,you could have privacy anytime you wanted it. I would definantly recommend this bed and breakfast to anyone!
5 on September 18, 2012
We had expected a nice rural experience, The surroundings are lush green hills (in June) far from traffic. The only sounds are the sounds of nature. We stayed in the Western room that looked directly on to the wolf sanctuary. Watching them out the window day or night was an amazing experience. Our hosts are extremely friendly and informative. The breakfast was delicious and we totally enjoyed our two night stay. I hope to one day take my grandchildren there.
5 on August 07, 2012
Howlers Inn is a truly peaceful, picturesque, and very welcoming "home away from home". Beautiful setting & scenery frames this quietly majestic log home. Mary Matha, Chris, and their daughters are SO laid back and easy going: we felt like we had been there many times before as family members, but, this was our first (but will NOT be the last) visit. We enjoyed walking the roads around their home, visiting with Chris and Mary Martha (and their daughters, too!); their backgrounds and love of where they live make conversation easy, comfortable, and stimulating. We toured Bozeman, Hyalite Canyon, and the area - all worth your time! AND, the WOLVES !!! We never heard of this sanctuary for wolves before; we got to see them up close, watch Chris feed and comb them - he is part of their pack - what an awesome experience. The rooms - the entire place - is super clean and kept up beautifully; the in house amenities are most comfortable (TV, video, sauna, ......, ) and QUIET ! (We did enjoy wolf music early one morning, as they responded to a wild wolf in the mountains across the meadow - haunting and beautiful, I will never forget it !!) The breakfasts we enjoyed were splendid: "eye candy" as well as being delicious!! Absolutely no negatives, save one: we had to leave too soon; but we WILL be back!!! THANKS, Mary Martha, Chris, Delaney, Alexis, and wolves!!!!
5 on August 04, 2012
This is one of those places that you just can't visit once. The location is beautiful & peaceful, Mary-Martha & Chris make you feel like family, the accommodations are great, the breakfast was amazing and the wolves are a fun to watch.
5 on July 25, 2012
Beautiful surroundings in the Montana mountains! The hosts, Chris and Mary-Martha, were welcoming, helpful, and very willing to answer the million questions that we had. The room was huge, breakfast was delicious, and the wolves were right under our window - tough to beat that!
5 on July 24, 2012
My fiancé and I stayed here from July 4th to the 11th. Having never been to Montana before, our adventurous spirit brought us here with high hopes and an open mind. In researching places for us to stay, I came across this place and as soon as I saw it and looked into the details, I knew this was the place for us. It is absolutely beautiful, in a picturesque location and the uniqueness of the wolf sanctuary right outside your window means there's something for everyone. Plenty of land to walk and admire, cozy rooms for quiet reading or gathering with others and always a friendly word (and dining or activity suggestions if you'd like) from Mary-Martha and Chris. You will not want or need for anything, every detail is thought of and Mary-Martha and Chris make you feel comfortable and like one of the family, cheerful all the while and making it look effortless. Oh and I can't forget the breakfasts! So delicious and artfully presented you almost don't want to eat them! Overall, it is without a doubt the best place to stay for couples, groups, or families with kids of any age. The "stars", the wolves, keep all ages intrigued with their antics and their playful interactions with Mary-Martha and Chris (especially around feeding time!) are fascinating to watch. This place is an absolute one-of-a-kind gem that deserves every positive review and accolade that it gets. We will definitely be back!
3.6 on July 17, 2012
Great accommodations, excellent breakfasts, innkeepers made you fell right at home. Great seeing wolves right outside your window, makes you want to see them in them wild!
4.4 on July 16, 2012
Great wolves, fine people, rooms and meals. No problems. Stay here with confidence. Bill and Charlene Woodcock, Berkeley California.
This large, sunny room has 2 log queen beds, private bath, a separate vanity sink in the room, and boasts wonderful views of mountains, rolling hills and Aspen groves on three sides. The room comes equipped with a TV/DVD, mini fridge and microwave in the room.&amp;#13;&amp;#10;&amp;#13;&amp;#10;Price is based on double occupancy
Nightly Rate: $125 - $135
The Southwest room has a queen size log bed and a private bath. It overlooks the wolf enclosure on one side and rolling hills from the other window. You will be able to watch the wolves at play, and you will hear them howling at night.&amp;#13;&amp;#10;&amp;#13;&amp;#10;The large walk-in closet provides ample space to store your belongings and also houses a mini fridge and microwave for your use.&amp;#13;&amp;#10;&amp;#13;&amp;#10;Price is based on double occupancy
Nightly Rate: $110 - $120
The Western Room has it all! A king size log bed provides a comfortable nights rest, while the oversized jetted tub in the private bath offers the chance to soak away the strain of a good day's hike or skiiing.&amp;amp;amp;#13;&amp;amp;amp;#10;&amp;amp;amp;#13;&amp;amp;amp;#10;This room has views of the Bridger Mountains to one side, and overlooks the wolf enclosure on the other side. If the wolves are playful, you will hear them howling at night.&amp;amp;amp;#13;&amp;amp;amp;#10;&amp;amp;amp;#13;&amp;amp;amp;#10;Price is based on double occupancy&amp;amp;amp;#13;&amp;amp;amp;#10;&amp;amp;amp;#13;&amp;amp;amp;#10;Other amenities in the room include a TV/DVD, mini fridge and microwave oven for your use.
Nightly Rate: $140 - $150
The Carriage House is the perfect place for guests wanting the convenience of a full kitchen and private living space. It offers two bedrooms, each with a queen log bed, a full kitchen, and a living area with fireplace, satellite TV with DVD. A bathroom completes the Carriage House. Guests have access to all the amenities of the main house, including use of the sauna, hot tub (winter months only), pool table, air hockey, and large screen TV with over 300 movies from which to choose. There is also a gas grill available on the back deck for your use during your stay.
Nightly Rate: $195 - $185
Bozeman, MT (BZN-Gallatin Field) 20 miles
We are located off I-90 on Jackson Creek Road. Take Jackson Creek Road (exit 319) and go north for 3 miles. Turn right at the Howlers Inn sign follow the signs to the Inn which is on your right.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV Video games, Telephone, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wi-Fi , Weight room, Pool table, Sauna, Air Hockey, Outdoor playset
Alarm clock, Bath robes, DVD Player, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Microwave, Radio, TV, VCR
Billiards, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, 75 minutes from Yellowstone, Lewis and Clark Cavern, Shopping, Snow shoe trails, Table Tennis, Whitewater Rafting
Mary-Martha and Chris Bahn
Cats , Wolves
Chris teaches Chemistry at MSU. Mary-Martha is a former HR professional.
Restrictive , Vegetarian