The Voss Inn Bed & Breakfast
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The Voss Inn is truly a "home away from home" for people who enjoy fine accommodations as well as personal service and hospitality.
A lovingly restored Circa 1883 mansion, the Voss Inn offers six elegant guest rooms, each with private bath. Here you can relax in comfortable surroundings and enjoy a style of gracious living reminiscent of an earlier time.
You are cordially invited to stay with us!
We would enjoy the opportunity to get acquainted with you and extend our hospitality to you.
– Bruce & Frankee
Homemade Montana Breakfast
Each morning you may help yourself to fresh, homemade breakfast breads from the unique bun-warmer built into our 1880s ornate radiator. A delicious full breakfast is also prepared for you to enjoy either privately in the comfort of your room, or family style in the dining room.
Breakfast always starts with an artfully arranged combination of fresh fruit and berries accompanied with something freshly baked, such as muffins, scones or the Voss Inn’s special cinnamon rolls (as pictured and described in Gourmet magazine.) For the main course, choose between our freshly made granola, hot cereal, or our delectable egg dish, which varies daily and is served in individual ramekins.
Savor the Voss Inn’s special blend of organic, fair-trade coffee, which is roasted specifically to our specifications by Grounds for Change, roaster for the HomePage Cafe, Bruce & Frankee’s internet cafe located on Main Street in historic downtown Bozeman.
Voss Inn is close to the best of the Bozeman area. The Inn is only three blocks from downtown shops, galleries and restaurants, eight blocks from Montana State University and a mile from the Museum of the Rockies. By car, you’re only 15 minutes from excellent Gallatin River fly fishing, 15 miles from Bridger Bowl Ski Resort and eight miles from Bozeman Hot Springs. Also closeby are Big Sky Ski Resort (40 mi), Three Forks and the Headwaters of the Missouri River (45 mi) and Yellowstone National Park (90 mi).
Bozeman Area Activities
- Montana State University
- Bozeman Hot Springs: Seven pools with six different temperatures. Located near KOA Campground. (406)-586-6492
- Montana Bed and Breakfast Association
- Big Sky Resort: Big Sky boasts the longest vertical drop in the country! A massive resort with excellent skiing-comparable to any of Colorado’s finest resorts! (800) 548- 4486
- Bohart Ranch Cross-Country Ski Center: Located just 16 miles northeast of Bozeman, the Ranch has 25 km of quality skiing for both recreational and competitive skiers. Tracks are groomed and tracked on nationally and internationally recognized private and Forest Service terrain. Summer activities include walking, running, hiking, biking and horseback riding (BYO bike and horse.) (406) 586-9070
- Bridger Bowl Ski Resort: Ski the cold smoke! Bridger Bowl is Bozeman’s own local ski resort located only 15 miles northeast of town in the Bridger mountains. A very friendly non-profit resort with wonderful ski conditions for all levels. (800) 223-9609
- Lone Mountain Ranch: One of the best cross-country ski resorts in the country. The Ranch is also one of Montana’s summer destination treasures. There are plenty of activities for young and old as well as a first rate gourmet restaurant. (800) 514-4644
- American Computer Museum: See thousands of historic artifacts revealing the evolution of communication, from ancient cave paintings to the world of home/office technology. (406) 587-7545
- Emerson Center for Arts & Culture: Focal point for artistic and cultural activity in south central Montana. Housed in a historic downtown school, the Emerson hosts many popular events, a wide variety of art classes, programs and entertainment. (406) 587-9797
- Gallatin Pioneer Museum: Housed in the county’s old jail, the Pioneer Museum offers a glimpse into the past and how it used to be in Bozeman. (406) 522-8122
- Museum of the Rockies: Montana’s premier natural and cultural history museum and home of the Taylor Planetarium. In addition to permanent exhibits on the geology, paleontology, ethnology and history of the region, the Museum offers an ever-changing series of exhibits. During the summer, a living history farm shows visitors what life was like on a Montana homestead a century ago. (406) 994-2251
- Beal Park Art Center: Features community art shows, workshops and classes in painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, ceramics, theater and creative writing. (406) 586-3970
- Hyalite Canyon: Offering hiking trails, waterfalls, fishing, picnicking and camping areas. (406)-587-6920
- Yellowstone National Park
- Lewis & Clark Historic Trail
- Lewis & Clark Caverns
- Bozeman Hot Springs
- Virginia City and Nevada City
Rafting and Canoeing
- Montana Whitewater: Offering full-day, half-day, dinner trips, horse/raft packages and kayak and canoe instructions. (800) 799-4465
- Bozeman Angler: Bringing you the best in fly fishing equipment, guide service, instruction and friendly, honest information. Contact Rod & Pam King. (406) 587-9111
- Montana Troutfitters: Bozeman’s oldest fly shop, serving Southwestern Montana anglers for 25 years, offers a complete line of fly fishing tackle and a full fly fishing guide service. Classes and seminars are offered for all levels of fly tying. Contact Josh Stanish. (406) 586-1153
- River’s Edge: Located in the heart of Montana’s blue ribbon trout streams, the Madison, Gallatin, Yellowstone and Missouri are within a 30 minute drive and Yellowstone National park is just over a half an hour. The River’s Edge store carries the finest brand name equipment and it’s supply of outdoor clothing and accessories is second to none. (406) 586-5373
- Greater Yellowstone Flyfishers: Fish the world’s finest trout streams. Experienced guides emphasis the entire experience: scenery, wildlife, new techniques. Relaxation and education are just as important as catching fish! (406) 585-532
Wildlife Photo Safaris
- Yellowstone Glacier Adventure: Wildlife safaris in Yellowstone National Park and the Rocky Mountains. 406-585-9041
- Yellowstone Llamas: Yellowstone Llamas offers multi-day guided hiking trips throughout Yellowstone National Park. Their gentle, well-trained llamas carry your gear while you enjoy Yellowstone’s wild backcountry without the burden of heavy packs. Stay in beautiful campsites and enjoy the countryside, exciting wildlife and your llama companions. Various trail options available. Contact Susi & Ken Sinay. 406-586-1155
- Yellowstone Safari Company: Join a wildlife biologist for safari-style expeditions throughout Montana, Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park. Year-round guided activities include wildlife observation and photography, snow-shoe and cross country skiing, hiking and backpacking, horseback riding and pack trips and Lewis & Clark river trips. (406) 586-1155
Montana Tour Guides
- Great Divide Wildlands Institute: See the best of Lewis & Clark country with customized tours to Beaverhead Rock, Camp Fortunate, Sacagawea Monument and more. Contact Dan Pence. (406) 683-4669
- Mountainfit: James Healy (800) 926-5700
- Off the Beaten Path: Offers distinctive outdoor journeys throughout the Rocky Mountains and many other locations, providing the best of family travel, wildlife viewing, hiking, guest ranch stays and western discovery. They partner with local guides, find unique lodges and access lesser known destinations. First class travel planners. (800) 445-2995
Directions From Bozeman and Voss Inn
Yellowstone Nat’l Park North Entrance (Gardiner) (77.87 miles): From the Inn drive north on S. Willson Ave. 4 blocks to Main Street. Turn right on Main Street and drive 1.5 miles to the entrance of I-90. Merge onto I-90 and drive all the way to Livingston (23 miles.) Take Exit 333 to US-89. Follow US-89 through the Paradise Valley all the way to Gardiner.
Butte, MT (86 mi): From the Inn drive north on S. Willson Ave. 4 blocks to Main Street. Turn left (west) on Main Street and drive five blocks to N. 7th St. Turn right on N. 7th St. and drive 1.4 miles to I-90. Drive west on I-90 all the way to Butte.
Billings, MT (142 mi): From the Inn drive north on S. Willson Ave. 4 blocks to Main Street. Turn right on Main Street and drive 1.5 miles to the entrance of I-90. Merge onto I-90 and drive all the way to Billings.
Helena, MT (145 mi): From the Inn drive north on S. Willson Ave. 4 blocks to Main Street. Turn left (west) on Main Street and drive five blocks to N. 7th St. Turn right on N. 7th St. and drive 1.4 miles to I-90. Drive west on I-90 to Three Forks (31 miles.) Take Exit 274 and turn right on US-287. US-287 turns into US-12 at Tosten. Follow US-12 all the way to Helena (67 miles.)
Great Falls, MT (186 mi): Drive to Helena, as above. Once you reach Helena, merge north onto I-15. Follow I-15 all the way to Great Falls (90 miles).
Idaho Falls, ID (197 mi): You can get to Idaho Falls via West Yellowstone, as above, or you can go via Ennis. Although the mileage is a little bit more, the road is not as windy, so you'll make better time and encounter less traffic. To go that way, from the Inn drive north on S. Willson Ave. 4 blocks to Main Street. Turn left (west) on Main Street (US-191.) Drive 10.5 miles on US-191 to Four Corners. When you get to Four Corners, rather than turning left towards West Yellowstone, go straight on US-84 towards Norris & Ennis, 42 miles. When you reach US-287 turn left and drive through Norris, Ennis and Cameron until you reach US-87. Turn right on US-87 and drive until you reach US-20, about 10 miles. Turn right on US-20 and drive all the way to Idaho Falls, about 90 miles. Both routes are beautiful drives, so which way you go just depends upon time and whether you want beautiful rolling hills, wide vistas and the Madison river (route via Ennis) or a beautiful windy road along the Gallatin River through the woodsy Gallatin Canyon (route via West Yellowstone.) Either way, you can't lose!
Missoula, MT (203 mi): From the Inn drive north on S. Willson Ave. 4 blocks to Main Street. Turn left (west) on Main Street and drive five blocks to N. 7th St. Turn right on N. 7th St. and drive 1.4 miles to I-90. Drive west on I-90 all the way to Missoula.