For those looking to get away here in Montana, there are thousands of options for lodging. Whether you're looking to camp under the Big Sky or maybe luxury is more of your thing, Montana has options for everyone.

From traditional to unique, The Treasure State has it all, including something that looks like it came straight out of a J.R.R. Tolkien novel.

The website Hello Hedge Hog released a list of the weirdest hotels in every state and while several of these are quite impressive, the one the site picked for Montana might just have you feeling like a Hobbit.

For many, when they seek lodging they're looking for an experience, and that's exactly what you get with this one-of-a-kind spot in Sanders County, Montana.

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What is the weirdest hotel in Montana?

That would be The Shire of Montana. Located in Trout Creek, The Shire of Montana offers a 2-bed, 1-bath lodging experience that you have to see to believe. The 1000 sq foot residence sleeps 3.  The Shire is an adult-only resort and according to their website was designed so that grown-ups could find their "inner child".

The whole area is quite impressive and for those looking for a romantic getaway, or just a once-in-a-lifetime experience, The Shire of Montana is perfect for both.

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If you're interested in a possible stay, you can find more information on their website, or you can just go to the VRBO site and check out the reviews and what folks have to say about the property.

So if you're a local looking for an adventure, or if you're a tourist and wanting to make the most out of your time in Montana, Montana's weirdest hotel could be perfect for you.

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