Visit our beautifully appointed inn with breathtaking views of the Madison Valley and the Rocky Mountains. Attention is given to every detail, from the crisply ironed sheets and thick bath towels, to our fresh garden flowers and delectable gourmet breakfasts. Incredible wildlife excursions, fly fishing trips, white water rafting, pack trips, high mountain hiking and many more activities can be arranged. Come and experience the pristine beauty of Montana, and leave with memories that will last forever.
The Master Room is large yet cozy with a queen-size bed, sitting area, and a balcony looking over the gardens and the valley up into the mountains. The private bathroom has a huge tub with a bay window overlooking the whole valley. Air conditioning available.
The lovely Blue Room has two twin beds, comfy sitting chairs and star-gazing skylights. The private bath has a walk-in shower.
The Bear Room is our largest accommodation and includes a small kitchenette, a lovely seating area, a separate entrance and a stupendous view. The private bath has a tub and shower. Air conditioning is available.
4.8 on May 30, 2013
I loved every minute of my experience here and in turn have become great friends with the innkeeper. I have been three times and cannot wait to return. The accommodations are lovely antique filled rooms with an incredible view and comfy beds. It is truly like staying in the home of a good friend who happens to be a great cook. The fishing experience was fabulous. From fishing the Madison to a lake, the trout were plentiful! Highly recommend!
4.8 on May 18, 2013
An outstanding occasion in my experience of B&Bs with a charming house and location, an exceptional hostess and happy stay.
5 on May 18, 2013
We've stayed at the Madison Valley Inn three times, loved every visit, and hope to return again. Very comfortable accommodations and warm hospitality, and the breakfasts (also one dinner and a picnic lunch) were outstanding.
2.0 on June 28, 2011
Madison Valley Inn is for a certain type of person or traveler and this was not us. The accommodations and amenities are great. The view is great. The residence is off the beaten path yet is close to town. If you are a lover of wild animals, domestic animals in the house, and are content with only egg-based breakfasts, then you are likely to enjoy your experience. If you are on your honeymoon, find somewhere else to stay!
5 on August 01, 2008
The room and the innkeeper totally charming - EXquisite cuisine - would love to take all my friends can't wait to return.
Countryside, Mountains, Small town
Bozeman, MT (BZN-Gallatin Field) 62 miles
Historical interests, National/State parks, Nature area, Amazing Variety of Wildlife, The Madison River, Wolf Observation, Ghost towns, River, Rodeo, Bird watching, Fishing, Golfing, Lewis & Clark Caverns, Explore Ghost Towns, Pack Trips, Pan for Gold, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts, Whitewater Rafting
Some French, English
1 Cat , 3 Dogs
I was born in New York, grew up in England, Italy and France. Worked for Time Life Books in NYC. Married a rancher and lived in Wyoming. After 20 years returned to the East Coast and worked for the Massachusetts Historical Society while my children finished school. Seventeen years ago I found this wonderful Madison Valley and will be here forever.
, Picnic upon request