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Goldsmith's Bed and Breakfast

At a Glance

    Pros

  • very convenient to walk to many of the outstanding shops and restaurants from here
  • chef obviously loves what he does, judging by the quality of the breakfasts

    Cons

  • downtown location also puts you near the railroad, where the train whistle frequently blows
  • main entrance is next to the honeymoon suite's private deck

Goldsmith's Bed and Breakfast Review

Built in 1911 for the first president of the University of Montana, this lodging is on the bank of the Clark Fork River, at the end of a footbridge that leads to the campus. Within the prairie-style building, with big white eaves and a huge porch, are period furnishings, wool carpets, and fresh flowers. Each private room is unique; the honeymoon suite has a Japanese soaking tub, and two suites have gas fireplaces. Public rooms include a library and sitting area. Breakfast offerings include frittatas with a basil/cream sauce and apple-walnut pancakes, served in the dining room or on the deck overlooking the Clark Fork River.

    Hotel Details

  • 3 rooms, 4 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.

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