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Roan Mountain, Tennessee, United States
Reviewed 27 November 2016

needed a room about everything was booked starting at deadwood on up called all hotel numbers and this was one . called around 11 wouldn't get there until 1 in the morning they told us they would leave the door unlocked and the key to our room on the counter to just go on in and settle up in the...

Thank Sheila B
Bigfork, Montana
Reviewed 31 July 2016

Affordable cozy room downtown Augusta. It is clean and you share the bathroom. Dogs allowed. It feels like a step back info a more simple time. Friendly and helpful owners. We would definitely stay here again.

1Thank LABigfork
Reviewed 15 May 2016 via mobile

I wasn't really sure what I was signing up for when the lady on the phone told me "this is a traditional bunk house," but I'm pretty adventurous and laid back so I went with it and said "sounds great." What I found on arrival was this amazing old home that sits right on Main Street with a sign the...

1Thank Ashesarmstrong
Reviewed 26 May 2015

We have been here several times, once when the current owners had just purchased it. They went out of their way to make us comfortable then. This year we returned to many renovations making it the cleanest place we have been in. They have maintained the history and charm of this old building. We call Augusta the last frontier for...

2Thank Colleen B
Reviewed 20 April 2015 via mobile

I used to live here in Augusta Mt there is 368 people with 4 bars, A grocery store, A Gas Station, And 2 Motels the Bunkhouse Inn and the Wagons West Motel. It's a awesome place to visit and live, also the school has awesome staff and great kids. And I heard they are making a movie down in Augusta...

4Thank HunterG43
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
Reviewed 26 August 2014

This was a nice stay for two nights before dropping off our daughter at the Montana Wilderness School of the Bible 23 miles away. Lovely quaint hotel oozing with character. Rooms are so nice, bare bones but all you need for a quick stop and sleep. We stayed in the one room with 2 double beds. This was probably our...

3Thank Pastorash
Reviewed 11 August 2014

This is a no frills (none needed) sample of off the beaten path Montana. Rooms are not fancy, but clean and comfortable. Rates are more than reasonable, and the staff go out of their way to be helpful. Good food with great prices available at at least two locations right across the street. I recommend the two egg platters at...

1Thank Jimy32301
Nanticoke, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 26 June 2014

I needed something between Bozeman and Glacier National Park and the Bunkhouse Inn was a great find. My room was great, the bathroom was spotless, and location was convenient. There was a small diner across the street and 2 bar/restaurants within walking distance. I bought a few nice things at the gift shop right next door to the Inn. It...

2Thank 56vicki
Davidson, North Carolina, United States
Reviewed 17 August 2013

The Bunkhouse Inn is an integral part of heading into the Bob Marshall Wilderness. The old building -- relocated from a nearby town many years ago -- recalls Montana frontier life and is in the heart of tiny Augusta. Walk to every bar and restaurant in town, and to the General Store -- "if we don't have it, you don't...

4Thank Ruth S
Reviewed 15 August 2010

After spending several days in a saddle and sleeping on a pad the Inn was a welecomed sight. I f there was a negative it would be no A/c in rooms, I will be back next year for the annual Trail Runners riDE. Thanks to everyone in Auguata for making my trip memoerable. D.a.o

3Thank reiner62

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Additional Information about The Bunkhouse Inn

Address: 122 Main St, Augusta, MT 59410
Region: United States > Montana > Augusta
Number of rooms: 9
Also Known As:
The Bunkhouse Hotel Augusta
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“corner room had a great view”
  • room across hall from us
  • hall way bathroom first door on right very clean with everything you needed
  • stairs going to rooms
  • this was a twin bed in our room we used it to set our luggage on it
  • twin bed in room
237SheilaB, 27 Nov 2016 | Read review
“We liked # 14 but all are fine”
colleenb705, 26 May 2015 | Read review
“We had Room 3, with two double beds, across from one of the bathrooms -- nicely renovated -- and at the top of the stairs. A floor fan moves the air; nights were cool.”
ruths616, 16 Aug 2013 | Read review
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