Built in 1928 the Inn was originally constructed by the Independent Order of Odd Fellows as a home for orphans, widows and retirees after their first one burnt down. But don't worry, they ensured that would never happen again by building this one with brick, granite and concrete. Not to mention the fire hoses they installed in each wing, on every floor. This Georgian style of architecture, completely symmetrical, originally allowed for a men’s wing and women’s wings with common areas in the middle. The Inn & Farm is set just West of Helena surrounded by mountains including spectacular views of Mount Helena giving it a unique perspective of the capital city.
The Oddfellow Inn & Farm has 28 guest rooms in total, which includes 4 deluxe rooms, 9 standard rooms, 15 economy room. All rooms utilize shared bathrooms in the hallway.
What to Expect
As you drive up to the property you enter a whole new world. While we are not far from town we are still out in the country on a dirt road. It's quiet peaceful and serene, though you may still hear some noises from the animals. We have 41 acres for you to roam and invite you to walk, run or ride the perimeter trail (roughly a mile) or go down to the pond and feed the ducks and geese. So come, relax and enjoy the character and charm of the Oddfellow Inn and Farm.
Bathrooms are located in the hall and shared, so we provide robes and slippers for every room as well as towels. Hair dryers, ironing board and other items are available upon request.
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