Just about every piece of furniture in this lodgelike wooden building dates from the hotel's construction during the Great Depression. Inside, the thick beams, sturdy rafters, and Western style transport you back to the 1930s. Accommodations are small and modest, and most bathrooms have showers, but some have massive claw-foot bathtubs. During the summer season the adjoining rustic dining room serves three square meals a day for an additional charge. The hotel, listed
on the National Historic Registry, is popular with hunters in the fall and with arts patrons in the summer. Packages that include lodging, meals, and theater tickets are available.
175 S. Missouri St., Fort Peck, Montana, 59223, United States
406-526–3266; 800-560–4931; 406-526–3472