We welcome you to come “home” to our luxurious Missoula, MT Inn, where you will experience a turn of the century Victorian Mansion in full splendor, without sacrificing the modern amenities and comforts you deserve. Privacy surpasses any other Lodging in Missoula and is what you can expect while you relax in our secluded gardens or one of our decadent guest rooms, all with the assistance of your native hosts, Tom and Nancy.
Combine the timeless grace and elegance of the original antique leaded stained glass windows, exquisite parquet floors, and the breathtaking grand oak staircase with the love of hospitality provided by Tom and Nancy for you to experience the ultimate luxury retreat.
Relax and put your feet up in the Library, read the local Missoulian, play a game of chess, or enjoy an interesting conversation with a fellow guest. Highlighting the Parlor is the ornate cast iron fireplace and large leaded, beveled glass windows. Relax by the fire or soak in the southern sun’s rays, a pleasure any time of year.
In our grand foyer you will find a resource of maps, brochures, and hiking trail books to assist in exploring the area. We love to share our intimate insider knowledge of the Missoula area ensuring that you get the most of your stay. We will pinpoint the the top things to see and do as well as direct you to some of the best restaurants, breweries/wineries, galleries and shopping in the area along with our personal favorite walks/hikes.
If you are in need of some mid-vacation puppy love, Peyton the Mansion’s black lab, would love to play fetch and sacrifice in a belly rub. If you are not a dog lover, Peyton takes no offense and will allow you to enjoy the gardens undisturbed.
We truly want you to feel at home, so the kitchen at our Missoula Montana Inn is open for you to help yourself to a selection of teas, coffee, and cold beverages. There is also a snack basket to satisfy those mid-afternoon or evening cravings. Feel free to bring home a sample from one of the 3 Missoula breweries and keep it cold in our refrigerator, then after a full day of sightseeing enjoy the local flavor in one of the many sitting areas in the gardens.
Traditionally known as the Peterson Mansion, this house was built in 1903 for Swedish immigrant and early Missoula Pharmacist Gustav Peterson.The versatile Montana Architect A.J. Gibson designed this home, along with over 150 private and public buildings during the late 19th and early 20th centuries including the Daly Mansion near Hamilton, MT, the Missoula County Courthouse, Main Hall at the U of M, and many local family mansions.