There's a new place to take a break and relax the next time you're travelling through Montana.

Pipestone Village & Hot Springs recently opened for business near Whitehall, Montana. Guests have the option to choose between a luxury cabin or a 'glamping dome' during their stay.

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All cabin sites include private outdoor tubs with continuously flowing hot springs water. Glamping dome sites include a private outdoor bathtub or a jacuzzi hot tub. Each unit also includes an outdoor hose for showering. There is no indoor plumbing and outhouses are available for guests. Cabins start at $220/night and 'Glamping Domes' start at $240/night.

Pipestone Village & Hot Springs offers accommodations to guests that serve as a launchpad for a variety of activities in the area, including Lewis & Clark Taverns, ATV riding, Ringing Rocks, and more.

You can also book a 'Date Night' special which includes a candlelit dinner for two from the Montana Club in Butte, and a dozen roses.

Pipestone Village & Hot Springs is only an hour's drive from Bozeman. Just head west on I-90 and take exit 241. Take a right on Delmoe Lake Road and continue 0.2 miles until you reach Pipestone Village & Hot Springs. It will be on the right.

If you're interested in booking a stay at Pipestone Village & Hot Springs, you better do it sooner than later. With tourist season right around the corner, reservations will fill up quickly. For more information on rates and availability, click here.

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