Considered one of NW Montana's unique small working ranches. Our 2,800 square feet (ADA accessible) guesthouse is what tourism in Montana is all about. It’s warm and 2-story cozy! Every room has been custom designed, and the private porch is a great place to kick back and enjoy your favorite beverage. Make our guesthouse your base camp when it’s time to explore Glacier Country. Step out the front door and soak in the vista views of the Whitefish Mountain Range and Flathead National Forest - they will be etched in your mind forever. We can help you arrange 4-season tours through local adventure guides, too. We're so close to Whitefish Mountain Resort you can AlMOST hear the skiers laughing (almost!)
Sleeping arrangement: Bedroom #1: 12′x14′ with a Queen sized bed. This bedroom also has a separate, private entrance to the soaking tub alcove (a large jetted tub) and porch. Bedroom #2: 9′x11′ with a full sized bed. Bedroom #3 (Master Bedroom): 12′x14′ with a Queen sized bed and expansive closet. The Childs room is directly accessed from this room. It sports a full-sized crib and a Jr. bed and Lots of toys!!
Unlike many other Lodges, your reservation secures the entire Lodge all to yourself and your guests. We don’t rent out each room individually - Priced for 2 people, up to 8 adults and kids.
Adults will love the spacious family and dining area on the first floor, and the kids will love crossing the walkway above in the Loft. The loft area is perfect for sleeping or playing too. We even have a Children’s Room with ample natural light for reading, a full-sized non-operating side crib, and a Jr. bed. Your group will love the farm-life and fresh chicken eggs! The lodge kitchen is 12′x12′ with extended counter space.
The lodge is easy to get to thanks to Glacier International Airport.
Of course, vacation time around here includes visiting “The Crown Jewel of the Continent,” Glacier National Park. Hikers, mountaineers, animal lovers and sight seers, you won’t believe Earth created such a masterpiece filled with awe-inspiring mountain peaks, waterfalls, and rushing streams.
Here are some seasonal things to do: Winter: Skiing, hiking, dog sledding, and other outdoor activities. Spring: Mild days and crisp nights - golfing, white water rafting, hiking, boating and birding. Summer: Long days with no humidity - Glacier National Park, mountain biking, spending time at the Whitefish City Beach (only five minutes away). Ask us about the Festival Amadeus. Fall: Brilliant colors of yellow and red echo through the peaks and valleys - horseback riding, hunting, fishing or birding.
When it comes to world class dining on a Montana budget - Whitefish serves up both and is the heart of the spectacular northern Rocky Mountains.
$119 - $395 per night
$833 - $2765 per week
$514 per night
$1083 - $3595 per week
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* We require a RESERVATION/SECURITY Deposit to hold reservations. Our rates do not include State and Local Taxes and Fees.
Pets are an additional charge.
No land-line telephones. Check with your provider about service in NW Montana.
What can you say about a secluded location with views of the mountains, quiet nights, fireside chats, fresh chicken eggs collected in the morning among wild turkeys and mooing cows? It is fantastic! Linda is an incredible host providing unique views of the local offerings for those who are unfamiliar with the area so if you have questions about what to do, just ask her. She does a wonderful job preparing the house and making sure you have everything you need while maintaining a perfect level of privacy. There is plenty of room and the warm and inviting decor will make you feel right at home on your first day. We will surely return to visit the barnyard and spend another relaxing trip here. Brian M, San Antonio, Texas
Sam Haymaker — 5 star
Darlene Bee — 5 star
Heather Bailey — 5 star
Had great family Christmas. Snowshoed out the backdoor every day. Close to the ski hill and close to town, but out of town enough to feel like we were in our own world. Quaint and charming and very enjoyable. Would come back. Lindy R, Moses Lake, Washington