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Highlights Montana

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  • Small town America
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Best Vacation Rentals in Montana

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Custer Gallatin National Forest, Montana
Vacation Rental • 4 Guests • 1 Bedroom
4.9
(25 reviews)
Montana doesn't get any more real than this. We invite you to our secluded historic cabin 30 feet away from the Yellowstone River in the heart of Paradise Valley. Come and stay awhile, watch the river go by and listen to the sounds of the Yellowstone River's great birds moving over the river from the cabin deck. If you're quiet, you can hear the wind from their wings in flight just feet away from you. You may want to play a little game of horseshoes before grilling up a good dinner on the barbecue grill. Toss in your fishing line from the property's banks or launch a raft and sail away. Or ...
from $266 / night
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Gardiner, Yellowstone
Vacation Rental • 797 ft² • 1 Bedroom
4.4
(28 reviews)
Single and double nights available, 4 blocks from park. The property is a 1 bedroom, 1 bath 800 sf apartment. All completely renovated. Fully furnished. Kitchen includes ref/freezer, full oven/stove, ceiling fans in both rooms, MW, dishwasher, walk in closet, disposal, a/c, access on property to Washer and Dryer.**********PLEASE REVIEW THE ATTACHED RENTAL AGREEMENT FOR ALL POLICIES .CANCELLATION AS FOLLOWS AND OVERRIDES ANY OTHER CANCELLATION ON THIS SITE. Cancel outside of thirty days of arrival, receive 75% of your payment back,Cancel between 30 and 15 days, receive 50% of payment,Cancel ...
from $208 / night
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West Glacier, Glacier National Park
Vacation Rental • 4 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
5.0
(12 reviews)
River Edge log cabin only 10 minutes to the West entrance of Glacier National Park. This beautiful cabin is located on a private ranch just steps to the river bank of the Middle Fork River with river access. Located just a 1 minute drive or 5 minute walk to 4 fishing/swimming accesses.Enter this beautiful cabin to find all the luxuries of home. Enjoy the living room seating area watching your favorite shows on apple tv, surfing the internet or take in the views through the large picture windows looking out to the great Montana outdoors.This one level cabin also offers a full size kitchen fo...
from $385 / night

Prices and availability

Vacation rental prices Montana

$258for 10 Dec - 17 Dec
$442 annual average
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Vacation rentals availability Montana

51%for 10 Dec - 17 Dec
55% annual average
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Vacation rentals in Montana

A state of natural wonders

Montana is nicknamed “Big Sky Country” for its endless horizons and untouched landscapes. The fabulous US destination brims with natural parks, scenic roads, and countless walking trails. Montana is the perfect place to reconnect with nature and to enjoy a simpler lifestyle with its laid-back atmosphere. If you’re seeking a destination where you can go for walks, horseback rides, and llama treks while enjoying the pristine outdoors, Montana is the place to go. Far away from the skyscrapers and hustle and bustle of big cities, you’ll be mesmerised by the unspoiled beauty of Yellowstone and Glacier national parks. Montana offers families, couples, and outdoors enthusiasts an unforgettable vacation where you can turn off your phones and reconnect with nature.

Finding your perfect vacation rental in Montana

Vacation rentals in Montana offer the perfect opportunity to relax and recharge. The rentals here keep you in touch with your natural surroundings with natural design touches and materials such as wood and stones in the designs. Treat yourself to a little bit of luxury with a rental with fine wooden features, plush furnishings, and artistic decor. Choose a rental with a sauna and a private pool to pamper yourself after a long day spent outdoors. Book a rental with a fireplace to get cozy with a book during chilly winter evenings. Oversized rentals are available for large groups and families, while couples can choose from a nice selection of small, cozy offerings. Vacation rentals in Montana are well-equipped with all the modern amenities you’ll need to feel comfortable throughout your stay such as Wi-Fi, heating, air-conditioning, and fully functioning kitchens. Plenty of rentals are pet-friendly if you’d like to bring your furry friend along! With so many excellent vacation rental options in Montana, you’ll be sure to find the perfect one for your vacation.

Vacations in Montana

The area and getting around

Arriving in Montana

The best way to arrive in Montana is via aeroplane or by private car. The most convenient and largest airport to fly into is Billings Logan International Airport, located near the town of Billings. However, Missoula, Kalispell, and Helena Airports are other airports around the state which are available for flights. The airports are all near small cities where you can rest with restaurants and shops nearby. If you’re on a road trip, there are three major interstate roads you can use to reach Montana. It’s highly recommended to hire a private car to get around during your vacation since the state covers such a vast area.

Getting Around Montana

The cities and towns of Montana are mostly pedestrian-friendly with a charming small-town atmosphere. You can explore these cities and towns on foot or on a bicycle easily and at your own pace. There are also some train and bus lines that you use during your stay to travel between these cities and towns. Still, these bus and train lines don’t cover the whole state. Having many national parks and countless attractions to be discovered, Montana is best explored with a car. You can easily hire a car from whichever airport you fly into to enjoy a complete adventure at your own pace.

Travelers and activities

Montana for families

Montana offers a large variety of activities for families to enjoy together. Visit the Museum of the Rockies to spend an educational and fun day with your family. Have a look at the dinosaur fossils to learn all about the mysterious giant creatures who once walked the earth. There’s even a complete T-rex skeleton on display here! Also, be sure to visit the planetarium area to learn all about the starry night sky. Another great family-friendly activity to try is horseback riding in Absarokee. Enjoy a leisurely ride through some of Montana’s most stunning landscapes and take plenty of photos.

Montana for nature enthusiasts

Montana is a paradise for nature enthusiasts. Spend a day or two discovering Glacier National Park which is best explored on foot with its many walking paths. Climb up to “Going to the Sun Road” for incredible views of the surrounding landscapes. You’ll also have the chance to see an array of wild animals during your time at this park. Also, nature lovers won’t want to miss out on the once-in-a-lifetime chance to go walking with llamas. Swan Mountain Llama Trekking offers visitors a unique and lovely opportunity to get close to friendly llamas. Accompanied by your new llama friends, you’ll walk to Bond Falls on a well-maintained trail surrounded by green landscapes.

The total number of elk, deer, and antelope is higher than the number of humans in Montana.

Top 5 travel tips in Montana

1. Visit Yellowstone National Park

While the majority of Yellowstone Park is situated in Wyoming, there’s a section of the park you can visit in West Montana. Plus, you can easily access the rest of the park from here. Geysers, hot springs, mountains views, and dramatic canyons all await you here. The fantastic scenery of the region also makes this park a fabulous place for special celebrations such as engagements and anniversaries. Be sure to spend some time at Grand Prismatic Spring, Mammoth Hot Springs, and Upper Geyser Basin to truly witness the stunning beauty of Yellowstone.

2. Explore Whitefish

Whitefish is a small, charming town with quaint shops and exquisite scenery. Discover the town center, go into the unique shops, and grab a bite to eat at one of the many top-rated restaurants. You can easily explore Whitefish on foot, or you can hire bicycles to get around. Whitefish is very close to Glacier National Park, so you can discover that area as well if you’re up for it.

3. Spend a day in Missoula

Missoula is a lovely, laid-back town surrounded by stunning nature and bursting with youthful energy. If you’re flying into Montana, there’s a good chance you might fly into Missoula. Join a guided tour here to discover the fascinating history of Missoula. Try delicious Brazilian dishes at the top-rated Brazilian restaurant Five on Black when you’re feeling peckish.

4. Visit Kootenai Falls

Kootenai Falls offers stunning views of cascading waterfalls and a rumbling wild river. The walk is fairly easy and suitable for all fitness levels, but be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes and bring plenty of water. There’s a swinging bridge which offer spectacular views where you can take photos of the falls.

5. Drive on the Beartooth Highway

Give yourself a break from all the walking and trekking around Montana and go for a drive on one of the most scenic roads in the state. The Beartooth Highway has many opportunities where you can stop off to soak up the breathtaking scenery or to take photos to try to capture the nature and beauty of the Beartooth Mountains.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Montana

What is the average price for vacation rentals in Montana?

Last year, rentals in Montana had an annual average cost of around $377 per night.

When are vacation rentals cheaper in Montana?

Travelers who want to save as much as possible travel to Montana in April, March, or February, the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of $307, $341, and $352 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.

During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Montana?

When booking a vacation rental in Montana, the highest prices can usually be seen in the month of August (with an average of $416 per night), followed by July ($411), and then June ($401).

Is Montana a good location for a last-minute getaway?

It's worthwhile if you can book your stay with plenty of time when visiting Montana, as only 25% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.

Which months offer the highest availability?

October, November and December are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that have the largest number of properties available, with an average availability of 47%, 38%, and 32%. However, even during these months, when rental availability is the highest, the average is only 39%. So we highly recommend you always book your vacation early Montana.

During which months is it more difficult to find available vacation rentals?

During these three months, the availability is very low (6%). It is therefore recommended to reserve early.

How many rentals does Holidu have in Montana?

In Montana we have an extensive catalog of around 5,200 properties, with options to suit everyone, thanks to our 4 local and international providers.

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