Yellowstone Country Bed and Breakfast is
ideally located in the heart of Montana's Paradise Valley,
only 30 minutes from the north entrance to Yellowstone Park.
|Blue Ribbon fly fishing available
with our private access on the Yellowstone River.
"If we can assist you in planning your
Montana vacation just let us know. It would be our
pleasure to help you enjoy your visit to this wonderful
place we call home!"
Stay in a private two-bedroom cabin on the Yellowstone River,
specifically designed for avid fly fisherman to relax and
enjoy the surrounding abundant waters including Livingston
Spring Creeks and Yellowstone National Park.
Each of the two self-contained cabins
provides your own special lodging retreat with all the
amenities including a small kitchen, and fly fishing video
library. Beautiful river views can be seen from the cabin or
enjoyed in the brisk country air on the front porch. Each
cabin provides a peaceful haven for quiet relaxation and a
satisfying slumber amidst the Montana wilderness.
Spring is a well-kept secret in Yellowstone
Country. Photographers from around the world are drawn to
Yellowstone Park, where newborns graze on wobbly legs among
herds of bison and elk. Wildflowers of every color and
description grace the lush meadows. In this valley, residents
welcome the return of eagles, geese, fox, and the "resident
moose," who has been known to amble past the cabin decks
Summer brings the usual flurry of
activities as Paradise Valley becomes a sportsman's dream. The
Yellowstone River, its feeder streams, Spring Creeks, and the
waters in Yellowstone Park provide some of the best
fly-fishing in the world. Hiking and biking enthusiasts find
plenty of trails both in and out of the park to explore, and
horseback trips into the back country can be easily arranged.
Many local restaurants offer entertainment and outdoor
cooking, providing a perfect ending to a day in the old west.
Fall is a chance to hear bugling elk in the
high country, catch the awesome display of color along the
river, and cast to the German Brown trout as they come to
spawn in the local streams. Crisp mornings on the cabin decks
make steaming coffee mugs a necessity as you check for snow on
Winter brings a time of quiet solitude to
the valley, with many opportunities for cross-country skiing
and snowshoeing on local trails and in Yellowstone Park.
Downhill skiing is available at Bridger Bowl ski area, a short
drive from the valley.