When I was in Dupuyer, MT the other day (on US Hwy 89, north of Choteau) I stopped by the Inn Dupuyer Bed & Breakfast.
I knew they had been doing some additions to the property and I was eager to see the results.
First of all, the bed and breakfast is in a home that is over 100 years old, made from hand-hewn logs. There are five sleeping rooms, all with private baths. Each of the rooms features period decor.
If that isn’t enough, they also have a sheep herder’s wagon that sleeps two and a tipi that sleeps five.
One new addition to the lodging is a homesteader’s cabin, complete with the little room out back!
One of my favorite things at Inn Dupuyer Bed & Breakfast is the view from the dining room. If you enjoy gazing at the spectacular, jaw-dropping scenery of the Rocky Mountain Front, well, you could sit at the dining room table, sip coffee and gaze away for hours!
The Inn Dupuyer B & B is open year round and, if you are lucky, you just might be able to arrange a horse drawn carriage ride.
Other activities in the area include trail rides, pow wows and unlimited recreation. Toss your bike in the car, grab your fishing rod, bring some binoculars and watch birds and other wildlife…you get the hint.
Dupuyer is a very small community but it is ideally situated. It’s just an hour and a half to Glacier National Park from Dupuyer so many guests are on their way to the park.
Some guests are interested in Native American history and the Blackfeet Indian Nation is nearby to the north.
The Bob Marshall Wilderness, Great Bear Wilderness and Lewis & Clark National Forest all round out the recreation aspect of a visit to the Inn Dupuyer.
Next time you are driving through Dupuyer, turn west, go a couple of blocks and you’ll be at this charming bed & breakfast.
Better yet, plan your visit, call for a reservation and kick back and relax in this rural area.