The recently and beautifully restored log cabin, built circa 1920 by a local Bitterroot family, saw many years of family fun and gatherings. Much remains the same, except now you’ll be enjoying running water and indoor plumbing with a new tiled-shower, and the convenience of a washer and dryer.
The bedroom has a queen log bed and a gas fireplace, and the front sunporch or 'sleeping porch' has a queen log bed and lots of windows. A comfortable futon also sleeps two. The kitchen is fully equipped and the large stone fireplace in the living room draws everyone in. Perfect for two-three couples, three singles, or a family with children.
You’ll want to take time to visit the huge Bells located on a knoll just over the creek. And see if you can find the other big bell atop another hill. Three Bells Cabin is a great fishing-and-hiking mountain retreat in the heart of land you already own—your National Forest. Come and enjoy it!