I found this on a web search that claimed it was the "best B&B in Bozeman". The house is an old victorian that is nicely restored, and the room was clean and comfortable. But when we arrived the manager had left a note saying "sorry if you expected breakfast for some reason, but we don't provide that any more". It also said there would be a continental breakfast provided. That was technically true, but when we got up in the morning there was no coffee made (we made some ourselves but the pot had the CLEAN ME light on and the coffee tasted stale), the milk and yogurt in the fridge had both expired two weeks earlier, the apples & oranges were mushy, and the cereal consisted of six open boxes with about an inch of stale cereal left in each one. Yummy! I complained and the manager gave us a free breakfast at a nearby restaurant, but she seemed confused about why I didn't think this was the expected B&B experience. It's a nice place to stay but don't expect any personal attention (we never did meet the manager since apparently she lives elsewhere) OR a good breakfast.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Listed on the historic register and a charter member of the "Green Hotels" Association, The Olive Branch Inn has 7 unique bedrooms, each with luxury bedding, private baths, flat screen TVs, and wi-fi. At-home comfort and convenience with full hot/cold continental breakfast in the elegant dining room, space to relax, and situated on a quiet street just two blocks from Bozeman's best restaurants, shops and galleries on Main Street. Walking distance to downtown events, hiking trails, and a fifteen minute scenic drive to the legendary powder skiing at Bridger Bowl or 50 minutes to Big Sky or Moonlight ski resorts. Ninety miles to two entrances to Yellowstone Park through stunning scenery, hot springs for swimming and wildlife viewing. ... more less