We have a wonderful home, circa 1990, newly acquired to us in the summer of 2014. We've dolled it up and call it our Guest House. We are fully licensed by the State of Montana as a Public Accommodation. We've equipped it with anything you might need throughout your stay. The full kitchen has a gas range, oven, refrigerator, dishwasher, toaster, blender, microwave, coffee maker, pots, pans, bakeware, dishes, glassware, silverware, a great island for cooking and entertaining, a dining room table, living room with 2 sofas and flat screen tv with DISH satellite, a sun room for quiet reading, 2 deck areas outside and free wifi throughout. There is AC on the main level, radiant heat in the tile floor, and the entire house is extremely well insulated.
The large master bedroom has one queen bed and one twin bed along with a full bathroom.
The second bedroom on the main floor has one queen bed with a full bathroom accessed off the hall.
The daylight basement is one large open area with one queen bed in a nook of its own, another nook with a twin bed, full bathroom, a futon in the lounge area with flat screen tv and even an old fashioned foosball table.
There is also a stacked washer and dryer and utility sink off the hall on the main floor.
There is a large parking area if you would like to park a boat trailer, camper, or RV during your stay.
The location is very convenient to the main entrance to Glacier National Park at a mere 1.5 miles away. You will feel removed from the hustle and bustle of town in a secluded wooded setting, however you are really right there for convenience, a 2 minute drive from it all.
Our mattresses are extremely comfortable and were built locally in Bozeman, MT. Our linens are sewn in the USA and luxuriously soft and comfy.
In rural Montana, cell service is limited because you must have line of site of the cell towers, and considering we are in the mountains, reception is broken up. We do have a landline that you may use for long distance calls within the US. Verizon is working better than AT&T this year, but it always seems to vary a bit year to year.
Just down the street is the office of Montana Raft and Glacier Guides. If you would like to go river rafting, try whitewater or scenic floating, take an interpretive day hike or go backpacking in Glacier's backcountry, or cast a fly for native trout, we can arrange those trips throughout your stay.