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The Harrison Homestead is a beautifully restored Victorian farmhouse built by a sheep rancher in 1878. Going through a few different owners and eventually falling to neglect, the Harrison Homestead has been brought back to its full superb and historic grandeur, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This enchanting building has 3 levels, including a full basement with a bathroom, and can sleep up to 9. It provides the ideal getaway for family reunions and group river trips. Although the Harrison Homestead is frequently used as lodging for hosted fishing trips and schools, including special women’s and kids’ fly-fishing schools, there are usually openings for private rental.
The Harrison Homestead offers four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a kitchen, dining room, and living room. The basement level has been renovated to include another gathering space, large television and flanked by bedrooms and laundry room. A wide, cozy screened-in porch overlooks the spacious, lilac-framed yard and the grounds around the house are broad and open for those who enjoy strolling about.
Master bedroom on the main level with queen, twin and full bath, the second floor is three twin bedroom with full bath, and a 3 twin bedroom and pull-out couch bed on the basement level, full bath, and plenty of windows for natural light.
Living room –
Comfortable seating, wood burning stove, a landline telephone, small stereo, TV/VCR and high-speed wi-fi internet access.
Sunny, clean and efficient with an electric range and oven. Dishes, cookware and utensils are provided.
Dining room –
Large dining table seats 10 comfortably, gas grill on the deck for outdoor cooking, washer/dryer on lower level for guests’ convenience.
Screened-in porch –
Idyllic setting for reading, chatting, dreaming.
The Harrison Homestead rents for $2,200 per week from April through November.
Vermillion Ranch Cancellation and Refund Policy?
Total lodging payment is due 90 days prior to arrival; clients are responsible for costs and no refund will be made unless a replacement is found. Trip cancellation insurance will be offered to each registrant.
Change-over day for any weeklong stay is Saturday. Those staying for 2 weeks or more will receive a discount on their weeks after the first week. A monthly rate is also available – please inquire for rates. A discount is also available in the shoulder season (early spring and late fall.)
The rental rate includes an end-of-stay cleaning. For guests staying more than a week, a weekly cleaning will be done.
There is no smoking in the cabin. Pets are allowed with a pet fee of $100 per pet per week. The Montana Accommodation Tax of 7% will be applied to lodging only.
Schedule permitting, we can rent both the Lewis & Clark Cabin and the Harrison Homestead together for reunions, business retreats and other large gatherings. We can accommodate 12 people in the 2 houses. For these larger groups, we also have a gourmet cook available for hire.
Contact Sweetwater Travel for more information or to inquire about available dates.