ABout five years ago I took my three adult daughters to Howlers Inn and Wolf Sanctuary. We stayed in the big room with the two double beds and great view with a lovely bath room with a sky window and foilage on one wall of the shower. It was winter with white everywhere which made the wolves all the more beautiful. We were treated with their howling which was an amazing experience. I knew that I would be back one day and this past July I brought my 2 1/2 yr. old grandson, Finn, for a visit. He talks about the fun we had at the "Big House". And, fun we did have. One afternoon, he and I had a picnic lunch out on the deck. That evening, the girls and I and Finn enjoyed a pizza after spending the day in Yellowstone. Our accomodations were excellent. I chose the same room again because one of the nights my oldest daughter, Nicole, and a quasi adopted teen step-grandaughter, Lily, came to stay with Finn and I. The hearty breakfast was delicious and attractively served. Once again, like my first visit to Howlers Inn, Mary Martha and Chris were exceptional hosts! I know that before too much time passes me and my family will be booking another stay at Howlers Inn!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A unique lodging experience. Visit a beautiful log home B&B with wolf sanctuary set on 42 acres near Bozeman, MT. All rooms have a private bath and mountain views. Some rooms overlook the wolf enclosure, home to five wolves, offering an up close opportunity to enjoy their singing and antics. Children of all ages welcome. ... more less