|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
The Dupuyer Cache Cabin is over one hundred years old, artistically restored with many modern comforts. Just 12 miles from the Continental Divide, you can awaken to a spectacular view of Old Man of the Hills. Escape the city lights and traffic congestion with a stay in the sparsely populated region of the East Front of the Rocky Mountains minutes from Glacier National Park.
Ivan Doig, the Nationally awarded author, describes Dupuyer in its earlier day glory magnificently in his autobiographical story This House of Sky. Dupuyer is also the inspiration in his fiction books descriptions and details of English Creek (Dupuyer Creek) and of the community of Gros Ventre.
Perhaps you want to unwind from City life, take time for personal introspection and relaxation, read a good book or breathe plenty of fresh mountain air.
The Cabin is artistically decorated and furnished, including arts and crafts from many Montana artists and artisans. In nearby Dupuyer (about 1/2 mile) is located Dupuyer Cache, the retail outlet for Beaverslide Dry Goods merino wool yarn, a bonanza for knitting and crocheting enthusiasts.
This is a non-smoking household and is also pet free within TheCabin. Please, in respect to others and potential allergies, no smoking or pets inside the Cabin.
Although children may certainly enjoy a wilderness experience, they must be supervised by an adult at all times. The Cabin is comfortable but also rustic and old without modern guidelines or safety features. Dupuyer Creek runs through the property attracting wildlife and fishing opportunities.
Each season in this part of the country is unique, nature and wildlife abound. The Rocky Mountains and riparian areas provide ideal habitats. Large predators such as Grizzly Bears and Mountain Lions have been seen on location. Whitetail and Mule deer are spotted regularly. You may catch a glimpse of bobcat, fox, coyote, skunk, badger, cotton tail rabbits and Jack rabbits, chipmunk, and many more animals.
A multitude of birds migrate through the area. Canadian Geese and Sandhill Cranes have been seen nesting. Raptors (Bald and Golden Eagles and a variety of hawk species) fly overhead in the Big Montana Sky. Many smaller birds from Meadowlark to Mountain Bluebird to Chickadee and hummingbirds can be spotted regularly.
We (Robert and Ali Newkirk) obtained this old hand-hewned log cabin that was about to be destroyed and spent about four years relocating the old house to its current site, restoring the structure and artistically preserving it. Ali grew up in this area and spent time working in California where she and Robert met and married. Robert loved the Montana open spaces and friendly people. In 2005, we relocated permanently to Dupuyer.
Robert and/or Ali Newkirk purchased this cabin in 2008
What started out as a simple project of 'saving an historic element' of our community became quite an artistic delight. The setting is beautiful and so is the Cabin itself. Our friend recommended the VRBO site because he has been so pleased with the result and enjoyed meeting the people who have traveled to stay in his home. We determined this may be a way to share the beauty of this country and the Cabin.
This Cabin is a quiet spot for retreat and reflection, photography or artistic inspiration. It could be a base for visiting friends and relatives in the area, exploring neighboring communities (such as Choteau, Bynum, Pendroy, Conrad, Valier Browning, Heart Butte)and/or wilderness areas. We are in Montana's Russell Country, not far from Boone and Crockett/Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch, Bob Marshall Wilderness, Glacier National Park, to name just a few.
We will be back next year for sure!
My husband and I stayed at the cabin 6 nights. We were throroughly satisfied. The cabin is accurately reperesented on the website. It was wonderfully appointed and very comfortable to come 'home' to each day after we spent the days out exploring the region. We have and will continue to recommend staying here to all our large family and friends. We truly hope to be able to return!
We saw deer(in the yard), red fox, pheasant and a black bear. Very peaceful. Great stay
We had a wonderful 3 night stay at the Dupuyer cabin - the cabin was clean and comfortable with great amenities. We especially enjoyed making s'mores and stargazing by the firepit, as well as walking into Dupuyer to enjoy the great restaurant and store. We also saw a grizzly from the back porch! We took day trips to Two Medicine (about an hour drive) and to a nearby dam for some swimming and fishing (about 20 min drive). Rob and Ali provided great customer support; Ali runs the Dupuyer Cache in town. The sunset skies over the Rocky Mountain front are beautiful from the cabin - wish we could have stayed longer!
Immediately inviting cabin that the photos do not do justice. I highly recommend this to any family or traveller who wants an authentic Rocky Mountain front stay. We instantly fell in love with the energy of the whole area. The attention to detail was bar none. Thank you to Ali and Robert for this oasis.
What an incredibly beautiful restoration of an old log cabin in a serene and peaceful setting along the Eastern Front of the Rockies. It is beautifully furnished with many re-stored/re-used items such as an entry way and a dining table that are both made of log slabs that have been set in sand and cast in resin. Ladder back chairs that are hung on the wall in the dining area serve as a shelf and rack for storing placemats and dishtowels. The stairwell leading to the second floor sports a handrail made of Elk Antlers. Each bedroom and the living room was furnished very nicely with special painting techniques on the walls and ceiling, each with it's own theme. The cabin was also furnished with every convenience of home and included all we needed to make our 6 night stay a truly memorable one. On the banks of Dupuyer Creek, with a beautiful view of the Rockies in the background, we shared the quiet solitude daily with Whitetail deer grazing in the yard as we sipped coffee and read on the front porch. A short drive to Glacier Park and just a few miles from portals to the Bob Marshall Wilderness area, this is a wonderful base camp for sightseers, hikers and photographers. We will certainly return to this very special property when we next visit family in the area.
The Cabin is located just about an hour's drive south of Glacier National Park along the East Front of the Rocky Mountains. The area is quiet and sparsely populated. A small retail store and bar/cafe are located nearby in Dupuyer. Full range of services, such as fuel purchase (gasoline and diesel), restaurant and dining choices range from 22 to 35 miles away in the following communities: Valier, Conrad and Choteau.
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