A wonderful log cabin with great views of the pond. Built of native pine logs with a knotty pine interior, Lodgepole furnishings and quilts, this cabin reflects a bygone Montana heritage. Guests report seeing deer frequently and moose and bear on occasion. Equipped with a self-contained kitchenette, microwave, coffee pot, toaster, plus all the pots and pans, plates, bowls, glasses, and cutlery to service up to 6 people.
Sleeping includes 1 queen bed and 2 twin beds in the upstairs loft, plus a full-size futon sleeper sofa on the main level. Combined, very comfortable sleeping accommodations for up to 6 people. We provide all bed linens, bath towels, toiletries, and dish soap. And for your entertainment, you’ll find some books and games. All you need to bring are your personal items, food and a camera!
|Season||Rate||Discount Rate [Details]|
|High Season 2018* (3 night minimum)||$355/night for 4||$284/night for 4|
|Value Season 2018 (2 night minimum)||$160/night for 4||$128/night for 4|
| *2018 High Season is June 9 through September 23
Additional persons $27/person/night
What a perfect spot to stay in this beautiful slice of America. The wife and child and I really enjoyed spending our evenings around the fire, listening to the river, and watching the stars.. I especially enjoyed my mornings sharing coffee time with the mouthy squirrels and the darting hummingbirds. As a carpenter, I delighted in the craftsmanship of Little Bear Cabin — Gary, Laurinda, Ryker, Bulverde, Texas
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