Danu's House of the Silver Forest - Now Available
Minimalist & Eco. Simple, small cabin on grounds of Log Cabin Cafe in Silver Gate, MT. Minutes to Lamar Valley. Soaring alpine views. Unmatched seclusion, silence, solitude. Ski, ice climb from the door. Custom built 2019. Oversized tub. Heated flooring. Borders small brook~willows in pristine moose habitat, sorry no snowmobiles. Requires guests climb ladder to loft & navigate snow path from parking spot. Accessible but quiet: 100 yds to road, only rippling waters, birdsong, howling wolves.
A warm and fun bedroom loft
Custom Built in 2019
Lower level has a twin fold out couch. Bedroom has double bed in loft accessible only by steep ladder. Small and simple pared down kitchen and dining.
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Great Views for the taking!
Danu’s is a unique and special place
The Original Silver Gate Log Cabins
Stay with us and choose from Kay’s cabin, with a big deck and porch swing, or Ceil’s cabin with its cozy creekside quiet. Each cabin features two double beds and can accommodate up to four. Just next to the cabins is a private, detached shower house. Both cabins are furnished in special rustic mountain décor. Guests can enjoy our big yard for games and gathering. Our cabins are a great way to refresh your spirit in Silver Gate’s evergreen oasis. And the best part… Enjoy breakfast on the house in the morning after your stay!
Private cabin 1 mile from Yellowstone. Includes famous breakfast: trout, pancakes, more. NO WATER INSIDE. Detached private shower-house. Ceil’s (brookside & nearest to the shower). Two double beds. Best breakfast since 1937.
Private cabin 1 mile from Yellowstone. Includes famous breakfast: trout, pancakes, more. NO WATER INSIDE. Detached private shower-house. Kay’s (deck & porch swing). Two double beds. Best breakfast since 1937.
The Place "In-Town" - Bozeman, MT
Sleeps four guests, two bedrooms, two beds, one and half bath. Wifi, Air conditioning, fireplace, washer/dryer, full kitchen & free parking. Fresh Pumpkin bread not included - get to the Log Cabin Cafe for that!
The Whole "In-Town" House
On the way in - or - on the way back. So many of our guest have asked for place to stay that is super convenient to the airport and Yellowstone. With many early flights in or out of Bozeman, we have added a great house in an ideal location to spend a day or two prior to coming up to the park. It's an ideal location near I90, the Airport, Costco, Target and a Bob Ward's Outdoor an REI etc. It is a perfect launch pad for Yellowstone National Park (YNP) adventures, stock up on supplies. greenway trails and parks right out the front door. Low traffic street ends in open space. Well lit, quiet, eclectic, colorful. Includes decor from the African continent.
Wake Up Hungry!
Choose from our menu featuring exclusive pumpkin bread, pancakes, mountain rainbow trout, eggs made-to-order, homemade hashbrowns, fresh fruit and more. The rate for 2 adults is only $120. For one low price, you will not only relax for a quiet evening in a cozy private cabin but you will both enjoy the best breakfast of your lives for free the next morning…the best deal in Yellowstone!
Reserve a cabin now; at this bargain, they fill fast! These cabins are perfect for wildlife watchers and are the closest and easiest to get to-and-from the most popular wildlife watching spots. Remember the early risers see the most wildlife!
Distance to some of the best wildlife sightseeing locations:
To Yellowstone National Park Entrance 1 Mile - great for seeing Park Rangers
To Baronett Peak Pullout 4.9 Miles - great for seeing Mountain Goat
To Pebble Creek Campground 10.3 Miles - great for seeing Moose
To Trout Lake Trail Head 11.6 Miles - great for seeing Otters
To Soda Butte Pullout 13.6 Miles - great for seeing Wolves, Bison and Coyote
To Hitching Post Pullout 14.9 Miles - great for seeing Wolves, Coyote and Grizzly, East end of the Lamar Valley
Remember the speed limit in the park is 45 MPH. So driving from the West, the Lamar Valley is over 26 miles just to get to from Mammoth. Why not stay with us closer to the wildlife?