Our intuitive booking engine allows you to make one-time or ongoing reservations. Click the button below for a walkthrough and see how easy it is to use!
Check-in / Check-out
Choose your arrival and departure dates by clicking the arrive and depart input fields. A two month calendar pops up to show available dates.
Check-in / Check-out
For reservations less than a month, you can simply click the arrival date on the calendar followed by a second click to select your depart date. Special note: Grayed out dates show that no rooms/units are available for that date.
Clicking on the guests dropdown menu will let you select the number of guests, children, and more for your reservation.
The Year Calendar
Clicking on the month dropdown menu switches you to the year calendar view; allowing you to quickly select a month in the future.
Clicking on the arrows to the right and left of the current month allows you to navigate months to make your reservation.
Select a room
Once you've selected a date for your stay, simply click on the "Book" button on the room/unit you would like to reserve. Some rooms/units may require a minimum length of stay. Please ensure that you are meeting any necessary requirements to complete your reservation.
All rooms/units and retail items that you select will be displayed under "Your Reservation". This box allows you to remove a room/unit or retail item, enter a promotional code, start over, or complete your checkout.
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Charles Kroger born in Holstein, Germany on November 5, 1832. Charles came to America in 1862 mining in Idaho, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia and finally Montana.
Charles met his wife Anna who was also from Holstein, Germany in Deer Lodge and they married November 17, 1870. The family returned to Germany to visit family in 1874 and then returned to Beartown for a short time. In Beartown he mined and became a brewer. Charles and Anna had four children; Dora Catherine, Walter, Henry and Fred. Henry was the first white baby born in Philipsburg October 25, 1875. Son Fred was in the first graduating class of Philipsburg 1898.
Charles and Anna moved their family to Philipsburg in August 1875 where he purchased property on the eastern end of Broadway Gulch and built a brewery.
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