Philipsburg Montana Lodging at the Quigley Cottage Bed and Breakfast

Book Signing in Philipsburg

January 22nd, 2010

scan0001Author of the prize winning novel, ” The Rivers Edge” Lenore McKelvey Puhek, was in Philipsburg in December to do a book signing.  Her latest novel, “Annie, the  Cabin in the Woods” is a true story based on the life of Agnes Morgan and her partner Joseph Case who homesteaded in the 1800s on Rock Creek near Philipsburg.  Lenore was inspired to write her book while staying at Quigley Cottage and listening to the stories of the past.  These incredible stories of the history of the area are recounted every morning at the breakfast table.  The Quigley Library is a treasure of information for writers and history buffs.  Lenore’s books are both available here.


February is the month for Sweethearts

January 13th, 2010

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Imagine snuggling by the fire in a cozy embrace with your special someone.   Romantic music playing softly, quiet conversation, a good book,  a glass of your favorite wine, or a mug of hot chocolate. Many possibilities.   Choose one, choose them all. Take a break from the routine. Escape to Philipsburg and Quigley Cottage.  You both deserve it.  Ask about our Sweetheart Specials.


Half way stopping point between Glacier and Yellowstone Parks

October 5th, 2009
Philipsburg and the beautiful Flint Creek Valley

Philipsburg and the beautiful Flint Creek Valley

There are a just a few weeks to see the sights in Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks. Quigley Cottage Bed and Breakfast  in Philipsburg, Montana is  the  perfect halfway stop..Warm Indian summer days and cool mountain nights make this the best time to travel to see the fall foliage.  Discover Highway 1,  the Pintler Scenic Route which takes you off  Interstate 90 for a beautiful drive through the mountains, past Georgetown Lake right to Philipsburg.


Ghost town adventures

October 5th, 2009

The Historic Mining District,  just minutes from Quigley Cottage,  is a great fall travel experience.  The foliage is turning the vibrant colors of fall and the paths and trails are waiting for visitors .  Exploring the rich past of the largest silver deposit in the  United States is one of the best reasons to make that trip on Scenic Highway 1 to Philipsburg.  The Granite County Museum and Cultural Center is a treasure trove of information about Granite and the other ghost towns just minutes from our front door.  Pack a lunch and make a day of it.  Guided tours can be arranged at Quigley Cottage.

A fall visitor on the Ghost Walk at Granite

A fall visitor on the Ghost Walk at Granite


Snow on the Mountain

October 5th, 2009

October 1 has brought snow to the mountain.  The black diamond runs at Discovery Basin Ski Area are covered with snow. It probably won’t last , but we are reminded of  the ski season just around the corner.  The folks at Discovery are getting ready for another successful and fun filled winter.  We have special Ski and Stay Packages  that make winter recreation easy and affordable.  Get ready for a great ski vacation or weekend getaway by calling us at 1-800-382-4519

A great day skiing at Discovery Basin

A great day skiing at Discovery Basin


Welcome to Quigley Cottage in Philipsburg

September 8th, 2009
Quigley Cottage is in charming Philipsburg Montana

Quigley Cottage is in charming Philipsburg Montana

We’re excited to tell you all about traveling to Philipsburg, Montana, and all the possibilities you will find on your visit to the scenic Flint Creek Valley. Whether you’re visiting the ghost towns, dining and shopping, or taking advantage of the nearby Deerlodge National Forest, Quigley Cottage welcomes you.


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