'Wilderness Feel' describes this 3 Bedroom cabin fully outfitted for comfort!
Glenda D. Brown
About Glenda D. Brown
Robert and I have lived here on the Flathead River for 30 years in the A-frame built in the '70's. I grew up in the Valley, attending Evergreen Elementary till 8th grade, and Robert is a transplant from southern Idaho. We both attended FVCC, and he graduated valedictorian in the first class of land surveyors, and is still surveying here in the Valley after a 12 year hiatus in Alaska. My family has been here in the Valley since the 1920's, with each generation moving away (or being moved away!) and coming back, irresistibly drawn by the unforgettable loveliness of this Valley. I am excited to meet the people who want to experience our Valley and enjoy it's riches! You are welcome here.
Glenda D. Brown purchased this Cabin in 2014
Why Glenda D. Brown chose Kalispell
We just finished building this Amish cabin 200 feet from our 'A Frame' home, to share the lovely serenity of this place with travelers. When we bought this property, the realtor kept saying, 'They don't make places like this any more...!' and he was right. This is a unique property for your complete rest and relaxation, combined with as much adventure as you want to pack into your time here! The owners nearby give you the opportunity for fast answers to questions about things to do, places to go, ... or complete privacy, as you choose!
What makes this Cabin unique
'Wilderness' eight miles from two city centers is a huge benefit I enjoy about this property. I used to drive 45 miles into the 'Swan' to visit friends, and I have the same feel here, so close to town. Though one neighbor is in sight of this cabin, the Louisiana owners are seldom there, so, privacy combined with close proximity to all the attractions make this a special place. (Owner's property is 200 ft. away, screened by trees.)
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
It was like walking into someone's home, not a rental. You can tell that the owner tried to anticipate guests' needs. Beds were comfy, furniture was nice, the patio furniture was good too and there were plenty of real plates /utensils/pots pans for our needs. Lots of clean towels, easy access to washer/dryer. The shower is a tight fit - clean but small and no tub. Plenty of hot water. Wi-fi was not so good. The spot is close enough to Glacier N.P. that we went hiking every day and even made it to Fernie, BC one day to do a short hike and have lunch. Groceries and other essentials aren't too far either and yet the cabin itself does feel "away." We enjoyed visits from the owner's dogs as we sat outside on the porch watching the river go by. Our family of four fit fine and we would definitely stay again if we make it back to Kalispell.
Loved Rainbow's End
Absolutely loved our week at Rainbow's End! Glenda is a great host and very easy to communicate with and to work with. Very open to the use of their property and we would definitely stay here again. I can't recommend Glenda or Rainbow's End high enough! Location is perfect and you have an absolutely peaceful and secluded place to enjoy. Thank you Glenda for the wonderful hospitality!
5 Stars isn't quite Enough
Rainbow's End is a true End of the Road setting! A one of kind setting on the river and Gorgeous views out every window. The cabin style home is well appointed, clean, cozy and quiet. Absolute serenity for every member of the family, even your dog! Don't schedule a busy agenda, because once you arrive, you won't want to leave. If we could rate more than 5 stars, we would!
Big Sky Hospitality
We could not have asked for more. Everything was splendid and well thought out.
Glenda is a very gracious host and cares about your stay. The cabin is peaceful, calming, and had a terrific view.
We hope to be back to Montana in a couple of years and plan to stay here again when we do.
It was a real pleasure to host this family! We
beautiful place owned by a beautiful Glenda!
Ms Glenda has though of EVERYTHING in this gorgeous home. We were so lucky to find this place - the pictures don't even do it justice. I hope we have a chance to come back again soon. Thanks for a great place to stay on our trip!
Such kind people, we are happy to host this family anytime!
We absolutely loved the cabin. From the moment we turned onto the dirt road we knew we were In for a treat! Glenda was super helpful and greeted us as we arrived. The walk through was a huge help in keeping the place clean and tidy. Overall we would 110 percent book Again And you should too!
A joy to host this family! Such people make it easy to be great hosts.
To find our property, if you have GPS, put in either Kalispell or Columbia Falls, MT - (you might want to get groceries at the Super One on Hwy 2).
About 6 miles, you'll come to Glacier Park International Airport, cont. south through the stop light to the next stop light on Birch Grove by Jagzs Restaurant and Cowgirl Coffee. Turn EAST go to 1/2 mile to the next road to the SOUTH (not marked, but it is Helena Flats). Go 1.5 miles to intersection and turn EAST onto Eid Ln. Go 1/4 mile to end of pavement, turn SOUTH onto Goodrich Rd. (gravel). The sign is faded, but it is there on the corner by 9-10 mail boxes. You'll go 1/4 mile then the road turns to the left for another 1/2 mile to a blind corner. There is a mirror by the birch tree, with red ribbons and gold bells hanging by it - check the mirror then proceed around the corner slowly - it may be icy. Cross the bridge and go 1/4 mile to another 't' with brick and iron fence, with wreaths hung on it - turn LEFT and pass one house on the right. Take the NEXT driveway to the RIGHT - there is an arrow on a fish on the tree pointing to the Rainbow's End!
So many choices! Because our cabin is centrally located, I took the liberty of expanding the '15 minutes from....' to 'within 30 minutes of....' in all directions! Experience memorable white water rafting on the Middle Fork of the Flathead River with a gourmet dinner served on a gravel bar. Try your hand at horseback riding along mountain trails, or on a chuck wagon with dinner served. Plan to be here in August for the County Fair, with livestock, home grown and canned goodies, and rodeo every evening. See who can ride the bulls the full 8 seconds!
If water sports are your joy, try the water bumper cars in Coram, or the water slides in Columbia Falls. Mountain bike riding on Whitefish Mountain is a challenge, with many more miles of trails scattered throughout the Valley. Whitefish Mountain also has thrilling zip lines to enjoy. Challenge yourself to ride with the front pack of bikers to finish the 100 mile Huckleberry 100 and finish in roughly 5 hours!
For something unexpected so far north, tour the micro-breweries, find the whiskey and vodka distilleries, and sip wine at a winery south of Lakeside along Flathead Lake.
Matchless majestic scenery is available to those who choose to hike Glacier Park trails, or hire horses to ride into the wilderness areas nearby. There is no end to the outdoor activities available to the adventurous.