Cold winter days in Bozeman make a night in a cozy cabin sound awfully good. Whether you are here to ski, to climb, to visit, or just looking to escape from daily life, Bozeman has a number of cabin rentals to choose from. From Airbnb’s to forest service cabins here’s our list of the best cabin rentals in Bozeman.
1. Bridger Canyon Treehouse
This cozy little treehouse is nestled in the mountains of Bridger Canyon, just 15 minutes from Bridger Bowl. The treehouse sleeps up to five people and features a wrap around deck, covered porch swing, and a firepit. The rustic decor and cozy loft space make this a unique and cozy getaway, perfect for a snowy night! Click for details. Photo credit: www.airbnb.com
2. Springhill Cabin
Nestled at the base of the Bridger Mountains, this little log cabin looks like it's straight out of a postcard. Located just a few miles from Forest Service land, 10 minutes from downtown Bozeman and 45 minutes from Big Sky Ski Resort this is the perfect base camp for any winter adventure. Click for details. Photo credit: www.airbnb.com
3. The Carriage House
Voted the "Best Airbnb" by Bozeman Magazine in 2015, this carriage house is nestled near a winding creek in between Bozeman and Gallatin Gateway. There are trailheads nearby, which are perfect for winter hiking, a cozy fireplace, and full kitchen. This is the perfect location if you want to enjoy the best of both Bozeman and Big Sky. Click for details. Photo credit www.airbnb.com.
4. Battle Ridge Cabin
This forest service cabin is the closest one you will find to Bridger Bowl. Located on the east side of the Bridger Mountains, just a few miles north of Bridger Bowl this cabin sleeps 4 people and has a great outdoor area for enjoying a campfire & bridger mountain views. Click for details.
5. Absaroka Views
It doesn't get much more Montana than this. Located 7 miles from Livingston, this nineteenth-century cabin sits next to Fleshman Creek in the center of a cattle ranch. Enjoy stunning, unobstructed views of the Absaroka Mountains towards Paradise Valley. The spacious cabin sleeps six with four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Click for details. Photo credit: www.vrbo.com
6. Close to Downtown
Located just 5 miles from downtown Bozeman, this renovated, two bedroom log cabin has all the rustic charm you would expect but with modern amenities. Behind the cabin, Bear Creek flows past the willow trees and a cozy front porch offers the perfect place to take in a sunset. Click for details. Photo credit: www.vrbo.com.
7. Maxey Cabin
Located in one of Bozeman's most popular recreation areas, the Maxey Cabin sits less than a mile from Hyalite Reservoir. The cabin has bunk beds with mattresses for up to four people, there is a wood stove for heat and a table and chairs. During the winter the access road to the cabin is infrequently plowed so go prepared! Click for details.
8. Historic Bozeman
Located in the heart of Bozeman's historic district, this 1938 cottage has all the character you are looking for. From the stone exterior to the farmhouse sink, this home is full of charm. A fully stocked kitchen, backyard and stone gas fireplace make this the perfect place to cozy up with friends & family. Click for details. Photo credit: www.vrbo.com.
9. Old Karst Cabin
Wake up to horses outside the front door in this one room, 1930's cabin. It's rustic, with no running water or indoor plumbing but the charm of this place more than makes up for it. Enjoy the wood burning stove or the horses at the nearby horse barn. Centrally located between Bozeman and Big Sky in Gallatin Gateway. Click for details. Photo credit: www.airbnb.com
10. The Lodge at Little Bear
If you've got a big group, this is the place for you. The Lodge at Little Bear sleeps up to 10 people in its 4,000+ sq.ft of space. Located on 5 acres, this property is bordered by the largest conservation land parcel in Southwest Montana. The views are incredible. Soak and stargaze in the hot tub and cozy up by the stone fireplace while you enjoy this beautiful property. Click for details. Photo credit: www.airbnb.com