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Top-rated vacation rentals in Hamilton

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Guesthouse in Corvallis
Honey House in the Bitterroot
You will have the guesthouse overlooking the Bitterroot Valley all to yourself. Our Guest House is new construction, CLEAN, and a separate dwelling from our main home. You will be less than 10 minutes from downtown Hamilton, river access is minutes away and less than an hour from Lost Trail Powder Mountain! There is a Tuft&Needle Queen bed to rest your head on, sofa, full bath, and full kitchen w/stove, oven, fridge, microwave, plates and utensils to cook your meals. We love friendly dogs!
$78 per night
Rental unit in Hamilton
River Park Place
Located in the dry fly-fishing capital of Montana, this one-bedroom apartment sits on a park-like setting steps away from Hamilton's 65-acre River Park and the Bitterroot River and a 45-minute drive from Lost Trail Ski Area. Walking distance from downtown shopping and a local fly shop, the 900-square-foot apartment is bright and cozy. It offers a full kitchen and barbecue, wifi and off-street parking. Relax on the patio or use the space as your base camp for exploring the Bitterroot Valley.
$81 per night
Home in Hamilton
Cozy house on seven wooded acres near Hamilton
The ideal combination of convenience and quiet privacy. Wooded seven acres beneath the Bitterroot Mountains. Ten minutes to Hamilton; one hour to Missoula. Two bedrooms, one bathroom, open-plan kitchen, living room, and dining room. Gas fireplace and stove. Kitchen fully stocked with everything you need and want. Laundry room. Beautiful new cedar deck with large barbecue and forest views over the valley. Property borders Mill Creek, a year-round stream. Super fast Starlink wifi.
$85 per night

Stay near Hamilton's top sights

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Nap's Grill46 locals recommend
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Super 1 Foods12 locals recommend
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Coffee Cup Cafe7 locals recommend
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BJ'S Restaurant3 locals recommend
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McDonald's3 locals recommend
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Fiesta En Jalisco4 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Hamilton

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The Wagon Wheel
$49 per night
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The Western
$49 per night
Home in Hamilton
Cheerful and clean 2 bedroom with TV and Wi-Fi
$127 per night
Home in Hamilton
Pa's Place Cozy 2 Bedroom Home
$93 per night
Private room in Hamilton
Beautiful Guest Suite in a Quiet Neighborhood.
$80 per night
Cabin in Corvallis
Your Montana Experience is waiting for you!!
$110 per night
Farm stay in Hamilton
Breathtaking views of the Bitterroot Mountains!! ♡
$102 per night
Home in Hamilton
Stunning Views Prime Location. Read guest reviews
$99 per night
Rental unit in Hamilton
Quaint rental unit in heart of Hamilton
$125 per night
Guesthouse in Hamilton
Adorable Out of Town Guest House
$93 per night
Guesthouse in Corvallis
Cozy bungalow with fantastic mountain views.
$167 per night
Cottage in Corvallis
Sage Cottage 406 ~ Montana Vacation Getaway
$150 per night

Your guide to Hamilton

All About Hamilton

The city of Hamilton, Montana, offers wild beauty and adventure year round. During winter, snow blankets the orchards, ranches, and mountains until spring, when pink blooms cover the same farms and fields. The canyons and mountains of the Bitterroot Valley are threaded with trails for biking, hiking, and horseback riding in the warmer months, and draw skiers and snowshoers when their landscapes are covered in white powder. Along Hamilton’s alpine lakes and rivers, you’ll find fly fishers casting lines and kayakers gliding along the clear waters.

Hamilton is the largest city in the valley, which is protected by the surrounding Sapphire Mountains, named for the tons of precious blue gems mined here in the 20th century. The Kenai Nature Trail that runs along wetlands offers sweeping views of Bitterroot Valley and the Sapphire Mountains. Along the Wildlife Viewing Area trail that borders the Bitterroot River, you may spot beavers, otters, and American mink, while eagles and hawks soar above.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Hamilton?

Summer months are the warmest and best time to book vacation rentals in Hamilton, as well as a great time to take in local events. In June you can take Dutch oven cooking lessons and take wagon rides during Western Heritage Days in Stevensville, just 18 miles away. In July, Hamilton hosts the Hardtimes Bluegrass Festival. Fall and spring can be chilly, but if you want to celebrate Hamilton’s harvest season, check out the Annual McIntosh Apple Day in October, where you can munch on caramel apples or take home apple chutney and apple pies. Hamilton winters are cold enough for skiing but milder than anywhere else in the state. You can kick off the winter holidays in late November at the Tree Lighting.

What are the top things to do in Hamilton?

Ravalli County Museum

Located in downtown Hamilton, the Ravalli County Museum and HIstorical Society houses collections that showcase the region’s history, particularly that of the Indigenous tribes who have lived in the region for thousands of years. There are also permanent and rotating exhibits that feature the area’s geological foundations, as well as Hamilton’s past life as a trapper and mining town.

Daly Mansion

With a tree-lined entrance, mountain backdrop, and 50 historically furnished rooms, the 19th-century Georgian-Revival Daly Mansion is something to see. Now owned by the state of Montana, it was built as a summer residence by an Irish immigrant, who became one of three millionaires who made money in local copper. Concerts, teas, and craft shows are hosted throughout the year on the grounds. If you’re here in the third week of August, you can join the Bitterroot Celtic Games and Gathering, which features Scottish and Irish dancing, pipe & drum bands, Scotch and Irish whiskey tastings, and a parade.

Blodgett Canyon

Blodgett Canyon is six miles from Hamilton. The hike to Blodgett Falls is a popular trail inside the granite cliff canyon. This moderate trek is on a nine-mile out-and-back trail used by hikers and runners from May through October. To experience another scenic waterfall, visit Skalkaho Falls, which is a 40-minute drive from Hamilton and features a cascading waterfall that is located just off the highway.

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