Sweetwater Guest House

Sweetwater Guest House | Downtown Rental

Livingston, Montana is an iconic trout town. Steeped in the fly fishing lore of Dan Bailey and other pioneers of western fly fishing, there is perhaps no fishier place to sleep and eat than the town of Livingston. From fine dining to causal bar food, Livingston offers up something that will satiate any palate.

  • 2 bedroom, 2 bath rental
  • Easy walk to downtown
  • Great for couples
Sweetwater Guest House Livingston Montana

Rental Details

Sweetwater Guest House resides in an 1890’s common western vernacular commercial structure and is one of Livingston’s last remnants of early logging and milling industries. Built and operated by one of the town’s first entrepreneurs, Emanuel Goughnour, the space was first established as Livingston Lumber Company. Situated right in downtown Livingston, this property affords guests the ability to walk to numerous restaurants and bars. This property is truly perfect for 2 couples or a group of 2.


The main floor of the vacation rental includes an open kitchen, bar, dining, and living area.  Original brick walls and wood floors, large windows, and historic molding create a clean contemporary feel.  Throughout the rental, local artwork makes this a home away from home.

The second floor includes a master bedroom (queen) with a large walk in closet and adjoining bathroom with jetted tub and walk-in shower.   There is also a second bedroom (queen), second full bathroom, and laundry area.

The basement den is a unique and convivial space with original rafters and stone walls.  There is room to play games, watch movies, or catch up on work.


  • $250/night + 7% Bed Tax + 1 Time $200 cleaning fee
  • Sleeps 2-4
  • Add guided fishing at $675/day (1 or 2 anglers)