We have decided to retire!

So Deer Crossing is Closed and Not taking Anymore Reservations.

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We are now called The Cabins at Deer Crossing. We have had a great Winter which means a fantastic Spring and Summer to follow. It was a fun ski season and the Montana cabin was full most of the year... we made some great new friends and had a few campfires surrounded by feet of snow! There have been some changes as Linda and Stu now are partially retired so they can visit Grandkids more often and see some parts of the world they need to visit. No change in the property though.

Whatever the reason for your trip to the beautiful Bitterroot Valley - fishing (A River does run thru it!),hiking, birdwatching, wildlife or wilderness, and then just plain relaxing in a great cabin or room we're your choice. Years as  #1 on TripAdvisor and so many other sites! Midway between Glacier National Park and Yellowstone stay with us a few days and you'll leave with great memories!

There are thousands of folks that have stayed with us over the years that have become not only guests but lifelong friends (Those folks just call Stu and nothing will change - promise!). There are still many new people that will have the ability to visit our beautiful property and the incomparable Bitterroot Valley. The peace and quiet of Deer Crossing will be here for you to enjoy with your families, friends and pets (Dogs and horses – always welcome).

Linda and I will always be around to help you find your way around Montana and to share a glass of wine. Be sure to read on regarding the cabins and the property.  One room in the main lodge are still being offered - "Big Sky Suite". Just give us a call at (406) 363-2232 and we will discuss your requests and needs. Sorry that breakfast is off the "table" now but the #1 B&B in the valley is now the #1 B....

Call us or book on-line. We will be glad to work with you to insure that the Bitterroot Valley and “The Cabins at Deer Crossing” are as memorable as is Montana, “The Last Great Place”.



Stu & Linda Dobbins


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