Wake up to the sounds of chirping birds when you sleep in our 140 year old stone barn hayloft on a nice bed of hay instead of a sleeping pad. Our 20 acres is next to an alfalfa hay field so no neighbors around! Our home has a deck you may use to grill or relax next to our maple tree and cottonwoods. We have no fence for our dogs since we live in the country just five mil
Wake up to the sounds of chirping birds when you sleep in our 140 year old stone barn hayloft on a nice bed of hay instead of a sleeping pad. Our 20 acres is next to an alfalfa hay field so no neighbors around! Our home has a deck you may use to grill or relax next to our maple tree and cottonwoods. We have no fence for our dogs since we live in the country just five miles from town! I will cook you dinner for a small fee to enjoy outside or in the hayloft!
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 10AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 80%
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
You can hike the hills around us ~ beautiful view from the top of the pasture hill!
We have many birds including hawks, night owls, and deer.
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Becky and Roy were lovely hosts, and the hay loft is delightful. I could have probably been a bit better equipped, but if you like the idea of sleeping in a hay loft, this is the hay loft for you.
Cow pie heaven
I camped here with a friend in August. We both had our own campers and preferred to sleep in our own beds. The barn does not have a door or windows but rather holes in the stone walls. It makes a charming gathering place but we didn’t use it the two nights we were there. We needed level ground so we parked near the trees for morning shade. Camping here felt like expensive boondocking amongst all the old cow pies. Not sure why the field hasn’t been cleaned up. Of note, If you’re arriving from the east, take 13th rather than the gravel roads which were quite rutted.
Staying here was such a treat! Becky and her husband were such wonderful hosts, it was so fun talking travels with them and they had some great recommendations in town. The birds will get you up early and I was there on an especially hot day so the heat lingered in the barn most of the night but other than that this was a truly great experience. Thanks so much!
Fun stay in Montana! Interior space is extremely cute and fun. We thought we were sleeping on actual hay with our own nags, but it was just a tarp on the wood (which wasn’t an issue, because we had sleeping pads and they provided a comforter). Would greatly benefit from the addition of an outhouse.
Night in the hayloft
Becky & Ron are marvelous hosts and she is quite the cook if you should ask her to prepare a meal. Our stay exceeded all expectations. Would not hesitate in returning.
Gracious host, lovely location, very quiet! Be sure you want to sleep in an actual hayloft, with hay, and dust, and the sounds of birds nesting in the stones (outside) and smell of a barn. It was lovely!
Hit the hay🙃
An amazing experience to sleep in a barn like this and on top of that meeting generously nice people like Becky and her husband! It was an amazing stay and I would go there in a heart beat again!