The Crossings Bed & Breakfast

The Crossings Bed & Breakfast is located conveniently off I-90 on the west end of Billings, Montana.

The newer home was built as a 5-roomed B&B, each with its own bath and theme. This lovely B&B is rated a 5 star property, and is set in a unique, quiet subdivision. It is about 20 minutes from the airport, shopping, and downtown museums and art galleries. The owners/ hosts are both Montana natives and are a wealth of information to help make your trip more enjoyable.  The delicious breakfasts are home cooked and family style, and you never know who you might meet there!

The Crossings is located 5 minutes off exit 446 on I-90. Turn south on Mullowney lane for 1/2 mile to entrance of Josephine Crossings, on Elysian road. From there just follow the road that curves to the right and ends up at a park across the street from the B&B.

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Latitude: 45.737084 Longitude: -108.550457 Elevation: 3159 ft
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Jan Wattles

Bed and Breakfast Style

The property was built in 2013, the style and decor is farmhouse/cottage. The rooms are a nice size and the beds and linens are luxurious. There are several parks in the area, lots of walking trails, and the Yellowstone River is just down the block!

Breakfast Style Served

Gourmet Breakfast

Range of Rates

$119 - $159

Direct Link to Reservation Site

http://www.thecrossings.us/

Locally or Family-Owned Business Notes

Terry and Jan Wattles own this beautiful property, and they are both natives of Montana. Terry was born and lived in Billings all of his life, while Jan came from Wolf Point, Montana where her grandparents homesteaded, one set just south of Wolf Point, on the Missouri River, and the other set near Vida, about 30 miles south of Wolf Point.

Accessibility Notes

All rooms require stairs but stairs are wide and easy with good hand-rails.

Pet Friendly Notes

For the comfort of all our guests, pets are not allowed on the property

Seasons Open

Year around

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