HELENA, Mont., Jan. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — With stunning mountains, fresh powder, charming communities, star-filled skies and cozy fireside lodging, it’s no surprise that Montana is one of the best destinations for a romantic getaway. Whether you’re looking to connect with your partner through adrenaline-pumping adventures or if you want to spend a relaxing weekend away in one of the state’s mountain towns, there are plenty of options for romance throughout Big Sky Country.

Couple enjoying a romantic meal in Montana (Photo Courtesy: Visit Montana/Visit Billings)

Whitefish, a charming community that sits at the base of Big Mountain and is home to Whitefish Mountain Resort, has five bed-and-breakfasts that are all ideal for a dreamy getaway, including Hidden Moose Lodge, Good Medicine Lodge and Garden Wall Inn.

Built in the style of a log cabin, Hidden Moose Lodge is perfect for winter getaways, with generous rooms and suites, as well as amenities that include an outdoor hot tub, made-from-scratch breakfasts and a river rock fireplace that provides a perfect setting for cuddling up after a day of playing outside.

The nearby nine-room cedar-log Good Medicine Lodge is known for its cozy accommodations, welcoming common areas, outdoor hot tub and a breakfast that features two to three entree selections. The lodge also has a Montana Romance Package that includes a two-night stay, with a welcome basket that’s full of amenities to create the perfect weekend getaway.

Located a short walk from downtown, the Garden Wall Inn provides a luxurious stay in this restored 1920-built property and its five sophisticated guest rooms. With a keen attention to detail, the inn uses local products from area farms in their gourmet breakfasts, with additional services that include a civilized morning wake-up, complete with coffee and tea room delivery, evening turndown and a complimentary concierge.

Additional lodging properties prime for a weekend away include the Duck Inn, Whitefish TLC Bed-and-Breakfast, The Firebrand Hotel, The Lodge at Whitefish Lake and Grouse Mountain Lodge.

Round out your weekend in Whitefish with night skiing on the cross-country ski trails at Glacier Nordic Center, snowshoeing in nearby Glacier National Park, a horse-drawn sleigh ride at Bar W Guest Ranch or experiencing the nightlife found at restaurants, wine bars and watering holes along Whitefish’s Central Avenue.

Likewise, romance can also be found in Montana’s more urban destinations of Billings, Helena and Missoula.

The largest city in the state, Billings has a lively downtown, walkable brewery district, mouth-watering restaurants and unique lodging, including the Northern Hotel. Anchoring the downtown district, the Northern provides an upscale atmosphere that’s ideal for couples, with a special Everlasting Love Package that features accommodations, rose-petal turndown service and dining credits.

While in Billings, tour the Yellowstone Art Museum and Moss Mansion Historical House, catch a performance at the Alberta Bair Theater or a drive to the nearby mountain town of Red Lodge.

Helena, Montana’s capital city, has incredible history that includes a walkable downtown, mansion district, natural pools at Broadwater Hot Springs and delectable dining options, including the elegant On Broadway and Lucca’s. Plus, travelers will find a dreamy stay in the Great Northern Hotel’s sophisticated rooms.

Western Montana’s urban hub of Missoula provides a beautiful setting for romance, with the Clark Fork River running through downtown. The heart of the city, Higgins Avenue, is home to locally owned boutiques, restaurants, shops, live music venues and breweries. As an added bonus, Missoula sits at the confluence of three valleys and provides easy access to outdoor recreation opportunities that include snowshoeing in the Rattlesnake Wilderness, hiking Mount Sentinel, fat biking or urban fly-fishing.

For a romantic overnight getaway, consider a stay at the Gibson Mansion Bed-and-Breakfast, Blossoms Bed-and-Breakfast, the Holiday Inn Missoula Downtown or The Resort at Paws Up, located a 30-minute drive from Missoula.

Learn more at www.visitmt.com.

About The Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development (MOTBD)
MOTBD markets Montana’s spectacular unspoiled nature, vibrant and charming small towns, breathtaking experiences, relaxing hospitality and competitive business climate to promote the state as a place to visit and do business. For more information, go to VISITMT.COM



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