The Elliott Guest House - Livingston

The Elliott House is a beautifully furnished guest house that accommodates one party at a time, sleeping up to 8 people. It provides the intimacy and privacy of a home with the fine service and amenities of a fine hotel. Recently restored to its turn of the century charm, The Elliott House combines a European elegance with modern conveniences and comfort. It is completely furnished, including kitchen ware, linens, towels, cable TV, a telephone, outdoor eating, laundry facilities, and a small library. Three bedrooms are furnished in fine linens, quilts, and art work.

Open all year, The Elliott House is a favorite place to stay for fly fishermen, tourists, skiers, family reunions, and gatherings, and business travelers.

Well known for its rich history, The Elliott House was once home to Yellowstone Park pioneer, Charles Elliott. Today guests enjoy the home's antique furniture, angling art, and historic maps and photographs.

The Elliott House is conveniently located just two blocks from historic downtown Livingston and three blocks from the International Fly Fishing Center. It is 8 blocks from the Yellowstone River. The neighborhood is private and quiet.

For more information call 406-224-0245

Mailing Address
Not Available

Street Address
311 East Callender Street
Livingston,  MT 59047

Phone: 406-224-0245
Fax: 406-222-2055

The Elliott House is located at 311 East Callendar Street, Livingston. It is in a long established east side neighborhood, two blocks east of downtown Livingston. It is two blocks west of the International Fly Fishing Center.

All Year

24 Hours

Cash, Master Card, Paypal, Personal Check (In State), Personal Check (Out Of State), Travelers Checks, Visa

Late Cancellation Fee, Reservations Recommended

Air Conditioning, Books, Business Services, Dvd, In-Room Coffee, Information, Internet Access, Internet Access Wireless, Kitchen, Laundry, Microwave, Non-Smoking, Parking, Refrigerator

Bicycling, Bird Watching, Family Reunions, Music, Nature, Photography, Walking