Luxury for Less at Big Sky Vacation Rentals

Base your Yellowstone vacation out of Big Sky in a luxury vacation rental
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Silver Star log home at Big Sky Vacation Rentals

Silver Star log home

In the summer months, you could easily spend $300 per night at a motel in one of Yellowstone National Park’s gateway towns. But tucked in the Montana Rockies just 45 minutes from Yellowstone’s North Entrance and the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport is the town of Big Sky. If you’re looking for a luxury experience, Big Sky is the place to base your Yellowstone trip out of. And the best part? You’ll be paying the same rates as you would at the park entrance, but instead of an outdated motel room, you’ll be staying in a stunning multi-bedroom home, equipped with a kitchen.

Big Sky Vacation Rentals has curated the top 130 luxury homes in Big Sky for travelers to stay in. Book through them, and you’ll have peace of mind that when you open the front door to your rental, you’ll be greeted with a wonderful experience. You’ll also get access to their concierge service to help you book rentals, tours and reservations so you can spend more time enjoying your vacation and less time planning.

The fire pit at Silvertip Complex at Big Sky Vacation Rentals

The fire pit at Silvertip Complex

Rentals range from condos and townhomes to 3-4-bedroom log cabins to giant properties that can accommodate 75 guests for a wedding. There’s something for everyone in Big Sky. While you’ll have your own fully equipped kitchen to cook your meals in, basing out of a resort town has its perks. You’ll be minutes from amazing dining options, decadent salons and fabulous shopping. All Big Sky Vacation Rentals’ properties are also central to Big Sky Resort’s mountain base, which turns into a hub for adventure in the summer. Ziplining, kids’ activities, hiking and more waits just outside your front door.

The porch at Bandit Way log cabin at Big Sky Vacations Rentals

The porch at Bandit Way log cabin

As you relax on your porch and watch a Montana sunset, you might see deer, elk, foxes and other wildlife wander past your rental. Away from the hustle and bustle of the park, but still close enough to enjoy it’s wonders every day, Big Sky is the perfect home base for a luxury Yellowstone vacation. 

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