We welcome you to come experience the Gibson Mansion designed in 1903 by A.J. Gibson. Gibson came to the Missoula area in his late teens to pursue his dream to be an architect. His is known for many historical structures in the area including the University of Montana Main hall, Missoula County courthouse, and the Daly Mansion in nearby Hamilton.
In 1979 Gibson Mansion was relocated to its current address. Since then the mansion has been slowly restored to the 1900's atmosphere. All four guest rooms have iron beds, oak armoires, and period d‚cor. They also feature in-room TV/VCR's, private baths, internet, and phone access for your comfort and convenience.
Exquisite original antique leaded stained glass windows and original hard wood floors welcome you upon entry. The Reception hall hosts you with traditional teas and coffee round the clock. Temptingly delicious home baked cookies and ""goodies"" are served every afternoon. The Adjoining Library may intrigue your mind with a good book, a game of chess, or just interesting conversation. Highlighting the Parlor is the ornate cast iron fireplace and large leaded, beveled glass window. Here you can relax by the fire or soak in the southern sun rays, a pleasure any time of the year. The Grand oak staircase invites you up to your private quarters where blended beauty, comfort, and cleanliness are the perfect formula for rest and relaxation.
Guests may use Veranda to enjoy mountain views and morning coffee or as a shady retreat on the warm summer afternoons.
We serve a delicious ""Wreck your diet breakfast"" in our spacious Dining room. Guaranteed to tantalize your taste buds. As an added touch of pampering our guests will find a morning coffee tray outside their bedroom door before breakfast. Featuring our private blend created by Montana Coffee Traders. Upon request we cater to our Master suite by offering BREAKFAST IN BED.
.Take Reserve Street Exit, turn south on Reserve Street, continue until Reserve Street dead ends at 39th Street (about 6 1/2 miles). Turn left and continue to third stop light. Turn right on High Park and take 1st right (39th Street again). Gibson Mansion is at the end of the cul-de-sac.