Rated: (4.5 / 5)
The Lindley House was formerly called The Olive Branch Inn. The new owners renamed the bed and breakfast to better reflect the history of the house.
The Lindley House, built in 1889 by one of Bozeman’s early pioneers Joseph Lindley, is a Victorian Manor house designed with a cottage industrial feel listed on the National Historic Register. The house is located in a quiet neighborhood with a private fenced back yard and deck, just two blocks from the historic downtown area of Main Street. Hiking/biking trails, Farmer’s Market, Emerson Cultural Center, fine restaurants, theaters, art galleries, quaint shops, a grocery and pharmacy, and Montana State University are all within walking distance.
Each of the beautiful rooms at The Lindley House feature their own private bath, high ceilings, solid maple floors, large windows, comfortable beds, free high speed WiFi and high end finishes. The great room and dining area are open to all guests with comfortable chairs and plenty of space to read, relax or enjoy a board game. You are only a short two blocks from Main Street with access to all that downtown Bozeman offers.
Nestled in the heart of the Rockies in the beautiful Gallatin Valley, Bozeman offers many outdoor activities including fly fishing, skiing, hiking, hunting, rafting, and canoeing. Pristine rivers and spectacular wilderness trails are only minutes away, while Yellowstone National Park and Glacier Parks are within a day’s drive. Local attractions include Shakespeare in the Parks, the summer Farmer’s Market, outdoor band concerts, the annual Sweet Pea Festival and the Museum of the Rockies