Its a historical ancient building that was built in 1907. If you’re a Catholic, you’ll appreciate seeing such a wonderful architecture such as this one. The Building was occupied by Benedictines sisters originally from Swizerland and the Benefictine sisters still occupy this monastery to this day. Its location is in a precisely beautiful location on the central Idaho of about 1400 acres of private land.
Next to the monastery are three separate buildings i.e the Monastery museum & Gift shop, their spirit center for events and retreat and the Inn at St Gertrudes. All are owned and operated by the sisters of the Monastery.
The Inn - wonderfully appointed and I will definitely be coming back to this place. The ara is al about hiking trails and with the cool and beautiful autumn weather, walking around was indeed a great exercise!
We stayed a night at the Inn which is managed by the monastery. It has only 4 rooms to rent out to the public : 1. Bluebird Studio room with Prairie view, 2. Meadowlark Studio room with forest view, 3. Pheasant Suite with Prairie view and 4. Hummingbird Suite with forest view.
Reservations can be made via their website or via TripAdvisor. These 4 rooms are well appointed, much like a hotel room.
Continental breakfast is served from 7am to 9am every morning. They also have evening snack at 6pm daily with coffee/tea and had a chocolate cake while we were there on Saturday.
Chose to drive through scenic highway 191 on our way to Billings driving through the beautiful Gallatin country with Gallatin river visible all along for hours. Its an awesome ride with many miles of breathtaking views of the valley.
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