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Time After Time Bed and Breakfast is located in Victor, Montana. The property is in a wooded area with many hiking trails and its own private pond. Guests are able to fish in the pond, as well as in the nearby creeks. The property has two buildings spread across the ten-acre plot of land, with a total of three rooms in the main building, as well as a cabin that is offered to the public for those who want a more private stay. The bed and breakfast is just four blocks from the highway and is in the middle of the county.
Time After Time Bed and Breakfast is located on ten acres of land. The property has an open common area with furniture, a fire pit, and a play area. There are also wooded areas filled with trees and shrubbery. Walking paths weave through this area of the property. Guests will often fish in the small pond and adjoining creek and river. Chairs, tables, and loungers are spaced along the pond river and in the grassy clearing for guests to relax on. The property is open year-round with, typically, large amounts of snow during the winter months and ever-changing leaves during the change of seasons.
The property has two separate buildings. A small cabin across the way, and the main house where three rooms, the dining area, a screened-in porch, and common area are located. The Dragonfly Cabin was built separately from the main house to create more privacy for guests, along with some additional amenities. The cabin is entirely handcrafted and features a cathedral beam ceiling, south and west-facing decks, and a small living area. A mini-fridge, coffee maker, tea, and condiments are available in the cabin.
Breakfast is also included for guests staying at the cabin and the rooms in the house. Each room comes with a few standard amenities; these include complimentary WiFi, spa robes, a flat-screen television, concierge services, ice, and water trays. The Victorian Room is decorated with authentic Victorian furniture. The Garden Room is the smallest of the rooms with just a full-sized bed, but the room has a small seating area and wardrobe as well. The Safari Room is the largest room with a king-sized bed, private bath, and a garden door that leads out onto the grounds and creek. A seating area and dressing area fill this room. The space is decorated in dark woods, leathers, and antique sofas.
Breakfast is included every morning for every guest. Trish, the owner, serves thirteen different breakfasts. They are all unique breakfast dishes not commonly served at breakfast restaurants. Each dish is presented differently, and after twenty-four seasons of operation, the owner of Time After Time Bed and Breakfast experiments with new dishes often. Guests with food restrictions or preferences can come to Trish, and she will modify each dish to make a meal for everyone. Each meal is served with coffee, tea, orange juice, water, and hot chocolate; the main course, with eggs prepared to guests preference, a pastry, and potatoes prepared in all different ways. During summer and spring, light refreshments are served all day long. There are multiple hikes and restaurants in the area. Trish gives each guest a list of attractions and restaurants she recommends to visit in the area.
Time After Time Bed and Breakfast was initially bought and started to make a space for guests of all ages and backgrounds. The property is on ten acres of wooded land. This provides a very rural and secluded feeling when staying at the bed and breakfast. Guests can expect a very wildlife oriented experience in the wood cabin and cottage-style rooms. Most guests who visit this peaceful area use the space as a base camp. From there, visitors will often go on hikes, drive to scenic lookouts, or fish in the river.
Families will often rent out the house and cabin rooms for larger group stays for funerals, family reunions, or weddings. Here guests can enjoy a good meal to start off their day and homelike amenities. Guests have left a variety of reviews regarding Time After Time Bed and Breakfast. Some mention their appreciation for the accessibility and location of the property. This makes for easy travel to and from different cities and attractions. The peaceful atmosphere makes it possible for each visitor to escape from their busy everyday lives, and the cottage-inspired decorations take the guests back in time.
Trish, the owner, says she tries to make each guest feel important and comfortable with customizable breakfasts and rooms cleaned daily. Trish often asks guests if they would like to try out one of her new breakfast recipes, and visitors can critique the dish right alongside her. This creates a bond between the visitors and the owner. One guest left this review on Trip Advisor, "On our trip to Montana, we lucked upon this charming little Inn. We stayed in both the Safari Room and the Dragonfly Cottage. The decorating in the Safari Room was superb, with so many interesting things to look at. Truly a safari! We stayed in the Dragonfly cottage on the way home from the Glacier and fell in love with it. We saw the sweet little family of deer several times. Trish was truly a wonderful host to us and very accommodating to every need. Her apple cake was wonderful." Because Victor is such a small city with a population of just over seven hundred, guests can expect an intimate stay getting to know locals and exploring the many hiking trails and lookout points.
Trish Hatfield purchased the home that now houses three of the rooms at Time After Time Bed and Breakfast in 1996. She has been successfully running the Bed and Breakfast single-handedly for almost 25 seasons. She wanted to live in the area, so she decided to turn her own home into a business in order to make that possible. She loves to cook, and being able to bring her breakfast dishes to the table for her guests is one reason she decided to open the bed and breakfast. She built the cabin herself and is very proud and happy with the peaceful and secluded space she has created for her guests.