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Two bedrooms, each with a queen sized bed. One full-sized bathroom with tub and shower combination.
The houses, barns, corrals and outbuildings are in a cluster at the center of the 450 acre Ranch. The Lake is an easy quarter mile walk from the house. The house has homesteader history too.
The Cobblestone is charming, comfortable and ready for a family of 4 or a romantic couples get-away. The house is one level. There is also a separate office with desk and chair.
Please Note: There is a Log Home 50 yards away also available for rental, sleeps 12.
About the Cobblestone House:
Walk anywhere you like on the 450 acre Ranch or just relax, relax, relax. On the Ranch there is a private trout lake, about eleven acres in size, several beaver ponds and three year-round live creeks. The lakes and ponds offer trout fishing to guests and is within easy walking distance for all. If river fishing is what you are after the Stillwater River is only 10 minutes drive, Rosebud Creek the same distance and the Yellowstone River is only 20 minutes drive away. Because of the abundance of water and tree cover this section of land draws wildlife of all kinds. Wildlife is often spotted walking through the Ranch, and photographic opportunities are abound!
Views, Fishing and Wildlife:
At the Ranch there are outdoor activities like walking, sightseeing, photography, swimming or fishing at the private lake. The Ranch is a short distance to spectacular hiking trails, mountain biking, white water rafting, kayaking, horseback riding, the famous Beartooth Highway.
The route to Yellowstone from the Ranch is breathtakingly beautiful, going over the Beartooth Highway to the Top of the World, then through the historic mining town of Cooke City. We are next door to a 11,500 acre unique sculpture park and classical music venue called Tippet Rise Art Center.
Keywords: cottage, cabin, bungalow, casita, bungalo, ranch
Lee and Roxanne Dunn enjoy sharing the Log House and Cobblestone House with vacationers while living in year-round in another house on the Ranch. Lee and Roxanne grew up in Colorado, and both moved to Montana in 1989 and 1992 respectively. The Ranch is chemical free and everything is grown according to organic standards. We forage many edible and medicinal wild plants.
Lee and Roxanne Dunn purchased this cottage in 1989
Lee and Roxanne were attracted to this area because of a combination of wide open space and mountain views. The section of land that the Ranch is located has a lake and three creeks which are flowing year-round. This makes it special because it draws all sorts of wildlife.
The vacation homes on the Ranch are up to date with all the comforts of home, yet the backdrop is spectacular, with breathtaking views of the Absaroka Beartooth Mountains and wildlife passing near the houses. Guests can enjoy walks in the aspen grove, cottonwoods, grass fields, and creek bottoms. The ranch is a peaceful and a quiet place to stay and one can have as much solitude as you like. But if it is activities that you desire there are plenty of those on the ranch and nearby. Another added benefit, is the peace of mind knowing that the Ranch's owners lives on the ranch in a separate house and can assist guests, if needed.
We are next door to Tippet Rise Art Center, a 11,500 acre - one of a kind - sculpture park and classical music venue. See www.tippetrise.org for more information.
Exquisite scenery. Accommodating hosts. Fun barnyard animals. Perfect get-away for a few days of quiet time.
We loved our stay at White Deer Ranch. The cobblestone house is a charming traditional farmhouse, that provides one with the feel of old time farming, but with all the modern comfort and conveniences of the present. We spent much time in our front yard communing with the kitties, the goats and the chickens roaming the property. We ate from our host's vegetable garden and took fresh laid eggs for breakfast everyday.
Roxanne and Lee have worked hard to create a truly interesting working farm. On our farm tour, we saw the many ways in which they are attempting to be good stewards of the land and their animals. An avid gardener myself, I learned a heap walking through Roxanne's garden.
Can't recommend this place enough.
Very comfortable, if out of the way, place to stay. Lots of animals, wild and domestic, so be careful when driving here! We saw tons of deer, several pairs of cranes as well as the cats, chickens, goats and cows that belong to the farm. Comfortable beds, everything provided, nice antique furniture and cozy, welcoming appeal.
This place had everything we needed to enjoy our vacation. This was our first trip to Montana and it won't be our last. The vast rolling hills, fresh air, and wonderful food was enough to make us want to stay permanently. Roxanne and Lee are wonderful people and they do a great job of making you feel right at home.
The Cobblestone house was furnished with any and everything you needed. The view from the old farmhouse sink was all I needed every morning to make me happy - well that and a cup of coffee. The house is furnished w/ many antiques and it makes you feel like you are taking a trip back in time. My husband and I loved the farm animals greeting us every morning (chickens, goats, turkeys, and cats) and feeding them our scraps left over from the night before.
My husband and I stayed at the Cobblestone house w/ the intention of visiting Yellowstone most of our stay. Turns out the Fishtail and Absarokee (Custer National Park) area have lots of great trails to hike so we spent most of our time doing just that. We took one day off from hiking and visited a great little town called Red Lodge. If you happen to visit Red Lodge don't miss out on Mas Tacos. I consider myself a Mexican Food connoisseur and this was hands down the best Mexican food I have ever eaten. It's only too bad we discovered it on our last day.
If you are thinking of visiting the area I would highly recommend it and definitely stay w/ Roxanne and Lee at the Cobblestone House.
Dale and Lisa Bonacorsi
Our family loved the house we rented in Montana. Our girls loved the goats and chickens. The house was rustic and quaint. It really enhanced our Montana experience. The fresh eggs and honey were awesome too.
Our stay was everything we expected and more. Lee and Roxanne's hospitality was warm and welcoming. The cobblestone house provided everything we needed for comfort and happiness. The views are something to be missed and deeply desired once you leave this magical ranch.
This vacation rental house is located on a 450 acre Ranch. Spectacular views of the Beartooth Mountains. It is a short distance to hiking trails, mountain biking, downhill skiing, cross country skiing, dog sledding, snowshoeing, white water rafting, kayaking, horseback riding, the famous Beartooth Highway. Enjoy Absarokee Days, historic Red Lodge and its annual rodeo and mountain man rendezvous or the nearby towns with great gift shops in Absarokee and Fishtail, ATV rentals, wagon tours & sleigh rides, Stillwater Art & Wine Festival, or a day trip into Yellowstone National Park. The Summer route to Yellowstone from the Ranch is breathtakingly beautiful, going over the Beartooth Highway to the Top of the World, then through the historic mining town of Cooke City, only a 2.5 hrs drive. Billings Airport is approximately 1 hour and 15 minute drive, Absarokee and Fishtail are both 15 minute drives. Grocery, restaurants, gift shops and fuel available in both of these nearby quaint towns.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay