The 320 Guest Ranch has announced it has opened a new conference and event center on the 115-year-old ranch. The new center features two large meeting rooms, which are divisible, pre-function space and a bridal salon for use by wedding guests. The new building offers an architectural style in keeping with the other “distinctively Montana” buildings on the ranch, and with stylized and sophisticated interior finishes and millwork. John Richardson, general manager, made the announcement.
“I am so pleased to formally announce the opening of the 320 Guest Ranch conference and event center,” said Mr. Richardson. “The new facility has been custom-designed with the needs and aspirations of both our corporate and our social guests. We think it meets the requirements of both groups exceptionally well, and look forward to our guests experiencing the new facility very soon.”
Mr. Richardson also announced that the 320 Steak House restaurant has received new design treatments, and that the ranch’s 60 guest cabins will receive new soft goods and bedding treatments in 2013. The 320 Guest Ranch last engaged in a major property-wide renovation in 2009.
The 320 Guest Ranch is nestled in the heart of the Gallatin River Valley, 25 minutes from Big Sky. The Gallatin Mountain Range surrounds the historic ranch and the Gallatin River, one of the world’s top Blue Ribbon fly-fishing trout streams, flows directly through the property just steps away from river front cabin accommodations.
The 320 Guest Ranch offers modern and comfortable cabin accommodations, many with wood-burning fireplaces (wood is supplied), as well as an authentic Saloon and the 320 Steak House restaurant, featuring big game specialties of the house. In the conference center, meetings and events are supported by a skilled team of conference services professionals.
During the 320’s winter season, recreational activities abound at and around the ranch, including world-class downhill skiing at Big Sky and Moonlight Basin, sleighing through the ranch pastureland, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Winter excursions into Yellowstone National Park, located just 30 minutes away, can also be arranged. Summer and fall activities include trail riding, fly fishing, chuck wagon barbecues, and excursions to and throughout Yellowstone National Park.
To learn more about the historic 320 Guest Ranch or to make a reservation, call 406-995-4283 / 800-243-0320 or visit www.320Ranch.com.
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About 320 Guest Ranch
Montana’s premier year-round ranch destination, the 320 Guest Ranch is a historic property situated along two miles of the famed Gallatin River near Big Sky, Montana. Begun in 1898, the 320 Guest Ranch offers 87 sleeping rooms within 59 luxurious and modern cabin accommodations, log homes and a mountain chalet. Many accommodations feature wood-burning fireplaces. The property offers superb dining at the 320 Ranch Steak House, with an emphasis on big game cuisine exquisitely prepared. The 320 Saloon is perfect for after-hours activities.
The ranch provides facilities and concierge support services for events, social and leisure activities. Close to world-class downhill and cross country skiing at Big Sky Resort and Moonlight Basin, 320 Guest Ranch offers a full range of seasonal recreational activities, such as horseback riding, trail hiking, rafting, sightseeing, mountain climbing, fly fishing (some of the world’s best), hayrides, sleigh rides, snowmobiling, and many more.
On staff are experienced wranglers and horse experts, as well as a team of professionals who can assist in making a guest’s experience highly memorable. The property is located 12 miles from Big Sky, 5 miles from the boundary of Yellowstone National Park and 52 miles from Bozeman, Montana, and the Gallatin Field Airport. To learn more about 320 Guest Ranch, visit www.320Ranch.com.