Horton House is located in Miles City's Historic District on Main Street; with quick and easy access to the heart of downtown and local amenities. Built in 1912, this Craftsman style home boasts exquisite original oak woodwork throughout the interior. Lewis & Clark, Charlie Russell, George Custer, Sitting Bull and Evelyn Cameron are highlighted in art and artifact in the historically-themed rooms. Each room also features a bathroom and shower, queen-size bed, A/C and flat screen TV with satellite service. Wi-Fi available throughout the house. Parlor, library, dining room and screened outdoor porch provide room to relax, socialize or write your memoirs. A large, exquisite breakfast in the elegant dining room is included!
5 on September 22, 2014
Heidi and her family were hands down the greatest! The entire house was spotless! The beds were comfy, and very welcoming! I can't even think of enough adjectives to explain the breakfast! The lemon poppyseed pancakes with her homemade chokecherry syrup to the fresh baked blueberry cobbler.. She serves the yummiest breakfast I had ever experienced. This was an amazing treat to be able to stay here!
5 on February 14, 2014
My Self & My Wife are Back on our 2nd Stay at The Horton House, & Have every intent of Coming Back for Special Night's out This B&B is The Best of any Room I've ever had, & the Food is top Noch Very clean Quite High Class Place and the Lady who run's the House is Truley Outstanding We have felt at Home each time.. Thank You So Much Steve & Samon
5 on June 17, 2013
My Sweetheart and I spent a weekend in April. Heidi was a very pleasant and gracious hostess, and made us feel very much at home at her B&B. The accommodations were wonderful and the breakfast were very delicious. Would definitely stay again, and would give the highest recommendation for anyone looking for a pleasant getaway in Miles City.
5 on August 10, 2012
All 5-star hospitality! Loved it! Thanks so much.
5 on August 10, 2012
What luck we were able to stay at the Horton House during the Bucking Horse Sale. A beautiful historic house, delicious breakfasts & treats, and a welcoming, attentive hostess. The horses were wild, but the house was all style -- a Miles City gem!
4.0 on August 10, 2012
The Horton House offers great location within a few blocks of all the downtown Bucking Horse Sale activities, shops, food, etc. The rooms are individually themed & tastefully decorated. The outstanding public spaces are comfortable and welcoming. Breakfast!
5 on July 23, 2012
Because the motels were so expensive, we looked at B&B’s when planning our trip to Miles City, Montana, for our grandson’s baseball tournament. When I read the guest comments, I was impressed, but I assumed there had to be exaggeration at best because every guest feedback was glowing. However, from the moment we arrived until we had to leave, it was as wonderful an experience for us as it was for others! Before I posted my comments today, I went back to re-read previous feedback so that I could add something others had missed. Words are easy for me, but quite honestly, previous guests had taken all of the ones that I would have chosen. In short, believe the feedback! Horton House lives up to everything and offers more!
5 on July 14, 2012
We spent a wonderful night in Miles City and enjoyed Heidi's hospitality very much. The room was super clean, the qualitity of the bed and the linen outstanding and the breakfast delicious! We'd love to come back!
5 on July 09, 2012
My wife and I recently had the occasion to travel to Miles City for a family occasion. With motels booked due to oil activity we stumbled upon the Horton House. What a stroke of luck. From the first call to book the room to walking out the door as we left, everything exceeded out expectations. The house is beautifully restored and immaculately maintained. The sleeping rooms were fantastic, great beds, private bathrooms and uniquely decorated. But it is the friendliness and extra attention to detail from Heidi that make it really special. And coming down the stairs for breakfast, oh my, the aromas coming from the dining room were followed by a magnificent breakfast. Not only is the Horton House the only place to stay when in Miles City, it might be worth another trip back just to stay there. Jan and Paula Lovec
5 on July 09, 2012
What a GEM of a place to stay in the historic district of Miles City. Friendly hosts, wonderful breakfast, fantastic accommodations! When our travels bring us to Miles City, we know where we will be staying.
2 hours northeast of Little Bighorn Natl. Monument, 2.5 hours east of Billings, 3.5 hours northeast of Red Lodge, 4.5 hours northwest of Rapid City, SD, 5 hours west of Bismarck, ND, 5 hours northeast of Yellowstone Natl. Park, Small town
Billings, MT (BIL-Logan Intl.) 150 miles
From I-94 Exit 138: Turn north onto Haines Avenue, go .9 miles; turn west onto Main Street and go .5 miles. From I-94 Exit 135: Turn north onto the I-94 business loop (which becomes Main Street) and go 3.1 miles. Horton House is at 1918 Main; at the intersection of Jordan and Main Streets; on the south side of Main.
Art Galleries, Casino, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Evelyn Cameron Museum, Terry MT, Makoshika State Park, Glendive MT, Theodore Roosevelt Natl. Park, Medora ND, Terry Badlands Wilderness Study Area, Terry MT, Yellowstone River, fishing/boating/wildlife, World-class hunting opportunities, River, Rodeo
Bed and Breakfast
Computer, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Videos
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseshoes, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Fossil collecting, rock hounding, Range Riders Museum, Summer black powder cartridge matches, Annual Miles City Bucking Horse Sale, Geo caching, Summer Farmer's Market, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts
Mark and Heidi Jacobsen
Historic preservation, art and antiques