Sleeps 4, 1 queen bed and 1 full bed and 1 hide-a-way couch.
Public boat ramp 100 feet away.
National forest hunting, fishing in 3 main rivers, hiking and boating all within minutes.
$5 local transfer most days, arrangements for longer transfers available.
|Jul 01 2015||Dec 31 2016||$95||$95||-||$1,250||1 Night|
|Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Deposits: Deposit: One week advanced payment required for reservations. Cleaning deposit: Weekly stays require $100 cleaning deposit. Monthly stay $300.00 cleaning deposit. Cleaning deposit returned after check out inspection.|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, PayPal, Personal Check|
|Other Fees: Required Stay: $10 per night for each additional person over 4. Cancelation Policy: 24 hour cancelation for total refund.|
Reviews for this vacation apartment rental in Troy, Montana
Quiet and Comfortable
July 9, 2013
We were pleasantly surprised. This upstairs apartment near the Kootenai River was very comfortable and we hated to leave. It is a bit further out of town than we expected (about four miles west of Troy) but with all the crowds and traffic of the 4th of holiday in Troy, it turned out to be the perfect retreat. My son and I fished near the boat ramp across the street from the apartment and at the catch-and-release pond in Troy and caught plenty of fish. The people we met were friendly locals out walking their dogs or fellow parents taking their kids fishing. The apartment was well stocked with dishes, linens, and soap (of every sort needed). We were thankful it was air conditioned (came in very handy with 100 degree temps), and we also enjoyed the comfy, shaded patio. The owners seem to be quiet hard working people who care a great deal about their place. They gave us space to enjoy our vacation but were available if we needed anything. My husband and I agreed we would return again given the security and comfort and quiet of the place. We haven't found anything else like it in our previous annual travels to the Libby/Troy areas. Well worth it for the serious fly-fisher person or quiet person who can appreciate a little piece of paradise in rural Montana.