Blue Mountain B&B is nestled on the mountainside among majestic Ponderosa Pines and meditative water gardens, creating a uniquely tranquil experience just minutes away from Missoula's business, sporting and cultural centers. The Inn and gardens offer a breathtaking, birds-eye view of the Bitterroot River, surrounding mountains and valley below, including part of the historic Lewis and Clark Trail. Elegant breakfasts and private rooms offer guests luxury and comfort, complementing the rustic, wooded surroundings of Blue Mountain. Rooms have private baths with jetted tubs, king or queen bed, picturesque views and many amenities that make one's stay both memorable and relaxing. With just four private rooms and twenty acres of wildlife habitat immediately adjacent to National Forest, Blue Mountain B&B gives each guest a special sense of privacy, while creating a home for many native birds, chipmunks and other animals. It is truly the perfect mountain retreat- offering comfort, convenience, beauty and a sense of warm, casual elegance to the vacationer and business traveler alike.
5 on May 27, 2013
My husband and I spent two nights at Blue Mountain during our recent tour of Montana. Our host, Brady, was really helpful, ensuring that we had everything we needed. He's a great cook and the breakfast was absolutely amazing. Our room was clean, spacious and comfortable. The location is scenic and we enjoyed some great walking close to the property. It was a really relaxing couple of days!
5 on January 30, 2012
Outstanding. Immaculate. Cozy and charming. Impeccable Service. These are words that describe my experience here. After my wedding (in January) we stayed two nights in the Syringa room. It had snowed a lot recently so the grounds and waterfall outside the room were covered but the view from the deck is breathtaking. We watched a deer from our room. The large jetted tub inside our room was a great touch and the bed was quite comfortable. The small lodge had tons of movies and games to play along with some pool. Noise was not a problem at all. Brady spared no effort to make us feel welcome and get anything we needed. And he is a fabulous cook! For breakfast one morning he made us macadamia crusted French toast, a rolled egg omelet with fresh tomatoes and some excellent type of sausage. The next morning we had fresh scones. I have traveled all over the US and world and this was definitely one of my favorite places I have stayed. And all this for about $120 a night. Simply unbeatable!!
5 on September 25, 2008
Clean, excellent food. A great place to stay.
4.4 on September 11, 2008
What a treat! The views are lovely, the host is so welcoming, informed, and an excellent chef! Who knew we'd have access to a pool table, projection video (with an incredible dvd library) and big comfortable couches? We really enjoyed our stay. Our only reservation is that we had to live out of our suitcases. There was only one luggage stand in the room (we pushed 2 chairs together for my suitcase), no hooks, no closet, no hangers. Good thing we were only hiking -- this would have been a problem if we'd been there for a wedding! Another mirror would be nice, too.
4.4 on July 15, 2008
Took my East-Coast parents here for a few days. We all loved it! Great food! The innkeepers went out of their way to make us comfortable. Fabulous views, too! Would certainly go back again!
An expansive room with vaulted ceiling, over-sized picture windows and a sitting area overlooking the Japanese lily pond and waterfall. Beautiful king-sized bed with pillow-top mattress and down comforter. Private bath with two sinks (one outside the bathroom in dressing area). A lovely two-person jetted tub w/ roman shower and rich marble flooring. TV with DVD and music capability, small fridge, air conditioning. Shared outdoor deck and swing near waterfall (with private bistro table).
Nightly Rate: $139 - $155
Spectacular views, Mountains
Missoula, MT (MSO) 10 miles
If you are coming to Missoula on I-90, take exit 101 onto Reserve Street. Continue on Reserve 5.5 miles to the Brooks Street intersection and turn right onto highway 93, heading South. Take highway 93 until you see mile marker 88, then start looking for the tipi poles and the Bed and Breakfast sign to the right. Enter the pull out lane which turns onto Cochise Drive and then follow the signs. Go under the arch and continue up the road about .4 of a mile. Welcome to Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast! If you are heading North on Hwy-93 (going towards Missoula), we are about 3 miles north of Lolo- just after mile marker 87 on Hwy 93. So that you can safely enter the left hand turn lane at Cochise Drive and cross the highway, you need to be on the lookout for mile marker 86. The pull out lane comes immediately after the center barrier ends (at the large blind corner on the highway.) You should see our tipi poles and Bed and Breakfast sign as you enter the turn out lane. After turning onto Cochise Drive, simply follow the signs. Go under the arch and continue up the road about .4 of a mile. Welcome to Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast!
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, National/State parks, Nature area, Fishing, White Water Rafting, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Ceiling fans, Conference Rooms, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Piano, Radio, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wedding Facilities, Wired internet , Pool Table
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Board games, CD player, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental, Video Arcade, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Brady and Elaine Anderson-Wood
Cats , Dogs
gardening, woodworking, cooking and music, meeting new people and enjoying the little critters that reside in their home and on the mountain.