Paradise Gateway Bed & Breakfast & Vacation Homes

2644 Highway 89 South, Emigrant, Montana 59027
Innkeeper(s): Pete & Carol Reed
 
  • Introduction

    Paradise Gateway Bed and Breakfast & Vacation Homes are located in Emigrant, Montana, next to Yellowstone National Park.

    Your hosts, Pete & Carol Reed have had the privilege to live and explore Montana's beauty and rich resources for 40 years. With this experience, they take pride in helping their guests create memories, while discovering off-the-beaten path recreational areas of Montana. With Yellowstone National Park as their backyard, the Reed family has a rich history of what Mother Nature offers. It is our goal for each guest to grasp a memory of the beauty and depth of Montana. Please give us your specific interests and we will gladly help you link to great adventures of the West.

    Paradise Gateway provides a variety of lodging options. For guest who prefer the traditional bed and breakfast experience, we offer four rooms in the main house, each with private bath. Our main house guests will be served a delicious gourment breakfast every morning.

    Guests who prefer more private accomodations can rent one of our Vacation Homes or Cabins. While breakfast is not included with Vacation Home and Cabin lodging, meals can be pre-booked separately. These Vacation homes/cabins can accomodate larger groups up to 8 guests.

    The Inn and vacation homes are open all year. Fly fishers and hunters welcome (we can assist you with professional guide services).

  • Insider's Info

    Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Pete & Carol Reed for sharing their own secrets with BBOnline.com!
    Why do most travelers stay at your inn?

    Yellowstone Park and the neat location in the heart of recreation with the Yellowstone River that runs through our yard and over 200 acres next to the river.

    What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?

    They love our breakfasts and my husband is a fantastic tour guide and takes at least 45 minutes to an hour with each guest leading them through a map to the scenic recreational areas with the wild animals of Yellowstone Park. Within 5 miles from us are mountain sheep, elk, antelope, buffalo, moose and deer for a few to view. Fly-fishing guides as the Yellowstone is a premium pristine river for fishing guests to enjoy. The guests love the service we give and knowledge of 50 years of knowing the area and Yellowstone National Park. No cost for Parking and the extra service. Our guests each get locally made Wilcox son’s ice cream that they love.

    If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?

    N/A We are in the country.

    What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?

    Our guests repeat over and over that our Inn and Vacation Homes feel completely like it is their home and that the friendship of service and knowledge of the area is what makes for memories for them to return.

    One of our repeats sent a card today along with their deposit. Mrs. Quan was the former Executive director of the Final Four,so it was very special to receive. Here is some information from that card:
    "We don't just return to the valley for the scenery, but because you two are now family to us!"
    What’s the best kept secret about the area?

    The Last Best Place is Montana...they love the Big Sky State and the guests say they truly have to experience the sky at night as well as daytime. Most evenings close with campfire stories from our guests and questions for tomorrow. The fresh air without city lights they greatly appreciate and the sounds of so many birds and fish jumping in the river. We have a great Osprey Nest on site that the guests zone in each year and many Eagles as well as song birds. Art Gallery and Antique Shops.

    If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?

    The Park for at least 2 to three days, hiking close by to waterfalls, raft the river, float the river fishing with a guide. We have a great natural hot springs within 5 minutes away with an awesome dining cuisine. Outstanding horseback trails with cowboy guides who are ranch owners. Usually four days skim the surface, but will create lasting memories.

    Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?

    Yes, trails in the mountains, river walks, mountain streams, waterfalls. The movie ‘The River Runs through it ‘ with Brad Pitt was filmed 15 minutes from our location.

    What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?

    Chico Hot Springs Dining, 2ns Street Bistro, Ricks on Main, Montana Ribs and Chops

    Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?

    www.montanaflyfishers.com - for great river guides
    www.Paradiserafting.com - for rafting
    www.FlyingDiamondGuide.com - for horseback riding

    How many rooms does your inn have?

    We have three rooms and 6 lovely vacation homes. One is a Lodge at www.riversbendlodge.com

    We hire two qualified college students from China and Jamaica who are great with hospitality.

    Do you accept pets?

    Three of our vacation homes accept pets.

     

  • The Perfect Getaway for Yellowstone Nat'l Park Visitors

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    Paradise Gateway Bed & Breakfast, nestled in the majestic Absaroka Mountains, is just minutes away from scenic Yellowstone National Park.

    The surrounding area boasts of many activities including hiking, horseback riding, fishing, rafting, skiing, sight-seeing, hunting and much, much more - right out our doorstep! Our spacious country home sits on the banks of the pristine Yellowstone River, a noted blue-ribbon trout stream.

    Just down the road, enjoy fine dining or relax in the natural spas at Chico Hot Springs Resort. We are a great stopover location if your journey takes you on to Bozeman, Big Sky, Flathead Lake, or Glacier National Park.

  • Activities Near Paradise Gateway

    http://paradisegateway.com/files/2010/04/side-guided-floats.jpgThere are a multitude of activities found in the surrounding area. If you are interested in any of the activities listed below, we can help you with arrangements. Let us know in advanced or during your stay at Paradise Gateway

    • Flyfishing
    • On-site Massage Therapists
    • Absaroka Dog Sled Treks
    • Art Galleries
    • Alpine & Nordic Skiing
    • Snowmobiling Professional Guide Service
    • Experienced Shuttle Services Available
    • Intimate Guest Wedding site (max 10 guests)
    • Private Scenic Guide Service (with lunch)
    • Birding Tours and Wildflower Hikes
    • Cycling
    • Fine Dining at Chico Hot Springs
    • Dining Reservations
    • Float Trips and River Rafting
    • Horseback Riding
    • Hiking & Scenic Map Instruction
    • Only Year-Round Yellowstone National Park Entrance
    • Near Lewis & Clark Trail
 
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