The house sits on a busy, but nice street that's an easy walk to everything. The house itself has seen better days, as are most Victorians of that age.The potted flowers in bloom did the place a solid in more ways than just add some color. If you look closely,you can see the place is falling apart. I hope the owners realize this and try to put some money into repairs and preventive maintenance. We felt like we were intruding when we rang at the front door, and were almost concerned we had stumbled into a scary situation, but upon entering our room, we were very much relieved, at least as far as the room itself. Lovely and open and well decorated and gigantic. The womb-like red curtains around the free standing tub was more than a little bit bizarre, and with the hissing from the plumbing I have to say, what with the strange greeting at the door, we were on the fence about the place for several hours. Everything turned out lovely though. We had a great dinner on main street and enjoyed drinks afterwards on the porch and slept like babies in the huge bed. In the morning, we were treated to a breakfast so good that it made up for all our other concerns. I think Voss could surely try harder in some respects, but they are definitely worth the benefit of doubt for a return visit should we ever find ourselves in Bozeman again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Voss Inn is truly a Victorian home for people who enjoy fine lodging as well as personal service and hospitality. A lovingly restored 120 year old Victorian mansion, The Voss Inn offers six elegant guest rooms, with private baths. Each guest room remains true to the old-fashioned Victorian charm. Large comfortable beds, full bath facilities, plush terry bathrobes and plenty of space to make you feel at ease and pampered. ... more less