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Running Horse Inn on the Ninemile

Missoula Montana

Listing Type: Bed & Breakfast
City: Missoula Montana
Region: Glacier Country

Running Horse Inn invites you to experience the natural beauty, seclusion and hospitality of a mountain bed and breakfast.

Nestled in the Ninemile Valley, less than an hour from Missoula, you'll find the perfect retreat from your hectic daily life. Situated on 100 private acres in a beautiful mountain setting, the Running Horse Inn offers you many opportunities for relaxation and quiet adventure. It's easy here to settle back with a good book or discover the richness of the outdoors.

The Running Horse Inn has an abundance of year-round activities for your enjoyment. Hike on our secluded grounds or fish our private branch of the Ninemile Creek. Discover the many available trails for biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, or snowmobiling. Bird watchers will love the variety of species that populate the valley, and nature artists can set up their easels and paint undisturbed on the private grounds. Whitewater raft through the nearby Alberton Gorge or fish the Clark Fork River and other area streams. Explore the Lolo National Forest that surrounds the property and possibly see elk, moose, deer, wolves and bear. You'll run out of time before you run out of things to do and see.

Your room at the Inn was planned with all your comforts in mind. The guest rooms were recently built and are tastefully themed with Western art and Indian artifacts. Each room has a private bath with a choice of steam shower, whirlpool bath and shower, or soaking tub and shower. Because we cater to adults, the rooms are quiet with queen-sized beds for your ultimate relaxation.


The Buckaroo Star: A nostalgic glimpse of cowboy lore; history comes alive in this room with memories of the buckaroos that pioneered the 'Wild West.' A vast library of Western legend and folklore to read, tiled bath with a jetted tub and large corner shower, views of both the front yard pond and forested back yard. Rates: $125/night double occupancy

The Sweet Grass: In the legacy of Native American tradition, this room is filled with Indian art and the soft aroma of ceremonial sweet grass. Tastefully decorated with Indian bead work and art, tiled bath with a soaking tub and large corner shower, great views of the front pond. Rates: $75/night double occupancy

The Running Horse: Inspired by the legend of the powerful ""Running Horse,"" the painted hide, antler fixtures and log bed evoke our Native American tradition. Hand-hewn log bed and bench, tiled bath with oversized steam shower, panoramic views of the forested back yard. Rates: $75/night double occupancy.

Perfect for: getaways, weekend retreats, birthday/anniversary celebrations, fishing excursions, artist workshops.

Advance reservations and one-night deposit required.

Visa, Mastercard, cash or personal checks accepted for the balance upon arrival.

Cancellations must be made with two weeks notice for return of deposit.

Please, no smoking or pets in the Inn.

Your total relaxation is our specialty. With the extra touches, comfortable surroundings and beautiful environment, you'll fall in love with the Running Horse Inn.

Directions: I-90 west of Missoula to the Ninemile exit (#82) Turn right, travel 1.5 miles to the Ninemile Steakhouse, turn right after the Steakhouse onto the West Ninemile Road; travel 4.5 miles to bridge crossing; turn left onto Ninemile Road; travel 6.5 miles up the valley. The Running Horse Inn sits on the left side of the road.

Running Horse Inn on the Ninemile
28250 Ninemile Road, Huson, MT 59846

  • Bicycling
  • Bird Watching
  • Board Game
  • Cross-Country Skiing
  • Fishing
  • Fly Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Horseshoes
  • Nature
  • River Fishing
  • Snowmobiling
  • Snowshoeing
  • Stream Fishing
  • Walking
  • Wilderness
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Winter Sport
  • Photography
  • Books
  • Breakfast
  • Non-smoking
  • Parking

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