The 320 Guest Ranch, a year-round Big Sky, Mont., destination, offers separate wedding and honeymoon packages as the property works out a destination wedding package for the future, according to a spokeswoman.
Based on a minimum of 50 guests, the wedding package includes a one-hour cocktail reception (beer, wine and champagne toast) and a choice of plated dinners or buffet. Either option provides a complimentary room for the bride and groom plus one free room for every 20 rooms booked. The ranch can accommodate up to 200 guests.
Plated dinners range from $55 per person for grilled salmon or roast prime rib of beef to $65 for elk tenderloin. The buffet dinner costs $59 per person.
The ranch's certified wedding planner, Anna Holbein, can provide a choice of local DJ's and photographers ([email protected]).
Rates for honeymoons are negotiated separately and are based on the time of year and the couple's specific needs, the spokeswoman said. Room blocks can be negotiated at 10% below rack rate, she added. Room blocks are available 30 to 60 days in advance of the event, depending on the season.
The historical property, which opened in 1898, is located on 320 acres along two miles of the Gallatin River. It offers 87 sleeping rooms within 59 modern cabin accommodations, log homes and a mountain chalet with hot tub.
The property offers western-style dining at the 320 Ranch Steak House and an after-hours rendezvous at the 320 Saloon.
For more information, call (800) 243-0320 or visit www.320ranch.com.