Ever wished you had a wealthy friend with a gorgeous mountain getaway? Until you manage to widen your social circle, there’s the Bentwood Inn. This warm, welcoming B&B (built from logs felled during the 1988 Yellowstone fire) offers five themed rooms, each with a private bathroom and fireplace. A lounge starring a stone fireplace and piano invites idling, and the wide front porch is the perfect spot to kick back on a summer night. Innkeepers Bob and Virginia Schrader can help you plan your itinerary and arrange for activities and dining; they prioritize environmentally friendly practices. The included hot breakfast often features homemade breads and fresh fruit, and you also get evening wine and hors d’oeuvres. A few times a week, the owners whip up a four-course dinner, too.