The Lamar Valley Cabins are two hand-built, quiet cozy cabins nestled in the woods in the quaint town of Silver Gate, Montana. Silver Gate is considered the "Wild Side of Yellowstone." Escape the tourists, come for the peace!
The Silver Falls cabin was hand- built by owners Jeff and Karen in 2007, and renovated to add a second floor in 2016. It was built with regard to the environment and is very quiet and well insulated, which means it is cool in the summer, and warm in the winter. It uses high quality building materials and the cabin is clean and well maintained.
Accès des voyageurs
The cabin's main floor is an open kitchen and dining room. The kitchen is accented by handmade tiles, a butcher block counter and built-in storage nooks. The large dining room table is great for big family dinners and game night.
A lodgepole queen bed in the first floor bedroom is where early morning light and a view to the meadow can be enjoyed.
A full sized bath with a tiled shower and bathtub are just steps away. Hot water on demand assures no one ever has to cut their shower short.
For the kids...a ladder leads to a loft with two twin futons. Always a favorite spot, it's scaled for kids and is a hideout they are sure to remember. They love having their own space perched above the grown-ups!
A propane heating stove sets a cozy tone with the flip of a switch in the living room.
The master bedroom upstairs is a special getaway. Mountain views, forest views, vaulted ceilings and a private balcony offer a special space to indulge in some well-deserved relaxation.
Down the hall from the master bedroom are the bunk room and second bathroom. The bunk room is a cozy bedroom with two twin bunks. The famous "Wall" mountain can be seen from the bathroom and much time has been spent in the bathtub watching the avalanches roar down to the valley floor in the spring.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We live in Jackson, Wy and our managers live up the street in Cooke City.
No pets please.
Jeff and Karen Hogan are both artists. Karen teaches arts-integrated dance classes in Jackson, and Jeff produces wildlife films both internationally and in and around the Yellowstone ecosystem. You can watch his films in the cabin's video library!