Relax in the serenity of a peaceful Montana mountain setting at The Bungalow Bed & Breakfast. Listed on The National Register of Historic Places, the house was designed by notable architect Robert Reamer, who also designed the Old Faithful Inn at Yellowstone National Park. The Bungalow was built from 1911-1913 for early day entrepreneur C.B. Power. Upon completion, a Great Falls Tribune article proclaimed the lodge “The finest country home in Montana”
Your hostess, Pat O’Connell Anderson, has been a resident of The Bungalow for most of her life after her family purchased the property from Power in 1946. She enjoys cooking, antiquing and the great Montana outdoors
Located conveniently between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, 55 miles to Great Falls with the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center and the C.M. Russell Museum, or 40 miles to Helena , the capital city, rated the “best small art town in America.” Be sure to take the Last Chance Tour Train to see the historic districts, museums and view the magnificent St. Helena Cathedral.
Minutes away are the towns of Wolf Creek and Craig and in between, the Missouri River. Once the route of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, this stretch of river is noted for its blue ribbon flyfishing. Upstream lies Holter Lake and its Gates of the Mountains, Beartooth and Sleeping Giant Wilderness Areas. Just to the north lies the Dearborn River with its long uninhabited stretches and majestic canyon walls. Hunting, fishing and other outdoor opportunities abound in the area. Wildlife you might see are deer, elk, moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, and bears.
The Bungalow Bed and Breakfast
PO Box 168
2020 US Highway 287
Wolf Creek MT 59648