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12 Stunning Airbnbs & Vacation Rentals in Bozeman, Montana

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Fondly referred to as the gem of Big Sky country, Bozeman’s mountainous location offers an abundance of year-round recreation.

In the winter, skiers and snowboarders flock to Bridger Bowl Ski Area and Big Sky Resort and climbable ice accumulates in Hyalite Canyon. Spring sees high rivers for white water rafting on the Gallatin while summer visitors enjoy hiking, backpacking, fly fishing on blue-ribbon rivers, and visiting nearby Yellowstone National Park.

But it’s not just the area’s outdoor recreation that makes Bozeman a coveted destination. The downtown area draws visitors with its restaurants, museums, and breweries, while events like the MSU Pow Wow, Sweet Pea Festival, and weekly Music on Main concerts attract state residents and tourists alike.

Whether you’re visiting to play outside or to experience everything else Bozeman has to offer, this list of airbnbs in Bozeman should cover you. Bozeman offers luxurious mountain escapes, downtown airbnbs, and even a treehouse available for your vacation pleasure. Any of the airbnbs in Bozeman below will provide the perfect home base for exploring the area.

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1. Carriage House Cabin

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Why you should stay: A relaxing retreat in nature beloved by interior design magazines.

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights
  • Rates from: $225/night

Featured in both Vogue and Outside Magazine, Carriage House Cabin  is a mountain oasis that’s caught the attention of many travelers – and for good reason. The studio’s reclaimed timber construction, french doors, and rustic-contemporary interior are not only photogenic, but comfortable as well. With downtown, Big Sky, and world-class river fishing all within an hours drive, this cabin is the perfect base for a Montana getaway.

“This is a true 5-star place. The setting and accommodation are fantastic, and we particularly enjoyed the gourmet kitchen. It’s a quick drive to the Gallatin Valley and the road leads directly to the West Yellowstone entrance.”

Lance, Atlanta, GA
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2. Loft 503

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Why you should stay: New build with luxurious amenities just steps from downtown.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $291/night

This brand-new build puts you in the heart of downtown Bozeman. Just a block off of Main Street in Bozeman’s historical brewery district, you’re right next door to bars, restaurants, and shops. Hop on the Streamline Bus (Bozeman’s public transportation) or cruise around on the two bikes provided by your hosts to explore the area.

Of course, the home’s location isn’t the only thing that makes it a must-stay. With luxurious amenities like a steam shower, plush linens, soaking tub, and BBQ facilities on the outdoor patio, all of your creature comforts are taken care of. It’s one of the best airbnbs in Bozeman if you’re planning on a few late nights out in town.

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3. Secluded Mountain Modern Chalet

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Why you should stay: An accessible, modern chalet surrounded by nature.

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $527/night

In a rural community tucked away in the mountains just 25 minutes from Bozeman is the Secluded Mountain Modern Chalet, where large windows bathe the chalet in natural light. Sit on the porch swing or soak in the hot tub while drinking in the views of the world famous Paradise Valley, or cook up a delicious meal in the gourmet chef’s kitchen.

Though the location encourages hiking and mountain biking on the many trails in the area, the home itself is very accessible to welcome all guests. Grab handles in the large bathroom, wide hallways, and the lack of stairs for entry mean everyone is invited on your mountainous getaway. It’s certainly not one of the cheaper airbnbs in Bozeman, but it’d be a great spot for a post-COVID family getaway.

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4. Vintage House

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Why you should stay: Hotel-esque luxury home in the heart of historic downtown.

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $216/night

Modern-rustic decor and fixtures provide a clean, luxurious feel to this one bedroom suite just steps from downtown. A full kitchen and spacious bathroom complete with plush towels make this walk-up suite the perfect home base for a little R&R after a day spent outdoors or exploring the town.

“Amazing location – but even more so, the design and extra touches in this place are so elevated. We were blown away. Great stay.”

Carolyne, Chicago, IL
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5. Papa’s Treehouse

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Why you should stay: Rustic glamping treehouse in beautiful Bridger Canyon.

  • Sleeps: 5
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $133/night

Papa’s Treehouse offers you a peaceful night in the woods with all the amenities you need and nothing you don’t. Freshen up in the wash basin and cozy into the comfortable beds at the end of a day spent exploring the Bridgers.

Bridger Bowl Ski Resort and Bohart Ranch Cross Country Ski Resort are only 10 minutes from the treehouse. In the summer, a plethora of hiking trails allow you to easily explore the mountains outside your front door.

This is one of the more rustic airbnbs in Bozeman, with no running water or electricity (though there is a toilet and battery-powered lanterns.) It’s about 25 minute from downtown at a higher elevation than Bozeman, so you may be treated to a winter wonderland at the cabin even if it’s dry in town.

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6. Bear Canyon Retreat

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Why you should stay: Roomy mountain getaway with a host of fun amenities.

  • Sleeps: 12
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights
  • Rates from: $569/night

A wall of windows bathes this home in natural light and offers views of the stunning 20 mountainous acres surrounding Bear Canyon Retreat. Soaring ceilings and wood beams provide a mountain-home aesthetic while each room features its own unique Montana theme. An indoor sauna, hot tub, and poker table keep guests entertained while the telescope helps you catch glimpses of wildlife roaming the mountains.

Though the home feels remote, you’re only a 20-minute drive from downtown, and the detached three-car garage means no one has to worry about shoveling snow off their car during a winter stay. Divided by a dozen guests, the price on this Bozeman airbnb per person becomes far more reasonable.

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7. The Lodge at Heritage Ranch

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Why you should stay: Luxury-meets-rustic airbnb in an unbeatable central valley location.

  • Sleeps: 10
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights
  • Rates from: $599/night

Beautiful landscaping and three different mountain ranges surround this tranquil lodge, and the inside is just as stunning. A picturesque kitchen for whipping up family-style meals, stone fireplaces, and rustic detailing offer a luxurious Montana aesthetic that’ll make you see why celebrities own homes in this area.

The home puts you in the middle of all the goings-on in Bozeman. You’re close to downtown and the airport, but also less than an hour from skiing, mountain biking, fishing, wildlife viewing, and pretty much any other outdoor activity you can think of.

“If you are looking for the true Montana experience, this is your place”

Sara, New York, NY
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8. Custom Log Home

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Why you should stay: A log cabin in Livingston on 45 acres.

  • Sleeps: 10
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights
  • Rates from: $295/night

This custom log home is located in the mountains just outside of Bozeman. The home sits on 45 acres with private hiking trails, a creek, wildlife, and wildflowers. Large windows flood the home with natural light while the open kitchen and living area make entertaining easy. A hot tub with its own deck welcomes you to relax after a day outdoors.

The remote mountainous location of the log home means that your only connection with the outside world is via satellite internet. It’s the perfect retreat to unplug and reconnect with nature, especially since the property has its own private hiking trails. It’s also dog-friendly, albeit with a pricey $125-per-pet fee.

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9. Yonder Yurt

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Why you should stay: Well-appointed yurt that blurs the lines between “hotel” and “glamping.

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $175/night

Down a dirt country road but only 25 minutes from town sits this expectation-exceeding yurt. A washer and dryer, full kitchen with new appliances, and a clawfoot tub will make you forget you’re even in a yurt – until you look up and see stars through the dome.

Situated between Bridger Bowl and Big Sky on five acres teeming with wildlife, you’ll have easy access to all the outdoor recreation the area has to offer. It’s more of the more unique airbnbs in Bozeman and perfect for a couple that wants to flirt with the idea of glamping but isn’t quite ready for an outdoor toilet.

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10. Cherry Creek Guest House

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Why you should stay: Beautiful home with top-notch outdoor spaces for relaxing.

  • Sleeps: 8
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $475/night

Vaulted ceilings and reclaimed timber beams, slate and Douglas-fir flooring, a gas fireplace, and more: this guest house flawlessly blends mountain-rustic design and luxury finishes. Well-appointed bedrooms help ensure a restful night while the roomy kitchen is perfect for the home chef in your group wanting to cook delicious meals.

While this home is stunning, where the property truly shines is in its outdoor spaces. The backyard welcomes you and your guests with a hot tub, fire pit, views of the mountains, exquisite landscaping, a plush lawn, and a patio complete with a grill for al fresco meals.

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11. Modern Farmhouse

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Why you should stay: Bright and modern downtown home perfect for families with kids.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights
  • Rates from: $339/night

This gold-LEED modern farmhouse blends Montana modern aesthetics with cozy comforts and plenty of amenities for a memorable stay. Located in downtown Bozeman, you’re walking minutes from parks, trails, and downtown shopping, and restaurants. Note that one bedroom is a den, so it’s not totally private.

At the house, a bright and sunny gourmet chef’s kitchen encourages cooking indoors while the back porch grill and large lawn rimmed with perennials competes for an outdoor meal. Organic and earth-friendly soaps are stocked in the bathrooms for easy clean up after outings while kid-friendly toys, high chairs, and strollers ensure the little ones aren’t left out of the fun.

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12. Sourdough Ranch Black Bear Cottage

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Why you should stay: Cozy cottage on 240 acres just outside of town.

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights
  • Rates from: $190/night

Located in the Gallatin foothills, this cozy cottage is a quiet escape with easy access to town. Get comfortable with a book on the sleeping platform or relax on the patio while dinner cooks on the grill. The open floor plan makes entertaining easy and the cute cottage is actually much larger than it looks from the outside.

Thanks to its remote(ish) location, you’ll be surrounded by wildlife and views. Miles of private roads and trails will keep you occupied outdoors. Sourdough Trail (a local Bozeman favorite) is just up the road for hiking and mountain biking in the summer and snowshoeing and cross country skiing in the winter.

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