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Recent Bigfork reviews

  • Cozy, rustic cabin, great for resting up for your Montana adventures

    "My husband and I stayed three nights in the Wildflower Cabin while adventuring around the Flathead Valley for a friend's wedding. I grew up in Bigfork on Echo Lake, and I was pleased with the location of this cabin. It's very close to downtown Bigfork (we had breakfast three times at Grateful Bread, and got awesome produce at Harvest Foods), and a nice drive to Lakeside, Kalispell, and Whitefish. We didn't find the windows or lack of A/C to be a problem; there are some nice fans in the cabin and you can easily prop the door open and leave the screen door closed at night to get more fresh air (though you get a bit more highway noise from that). Sitting outside the cabin at night was lovely, too. We enjoyed our stay here very much (Chad and Rhonda are very helpful and kind), but if you're a person who only stays in hotels, know that this might feel a bit more "rustic." Great value for the price!"
    Guest: Katharine R. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 24, 2016
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  • Everything we expected and more

    "I can't brag enough about our stay in this cabin. It was just what my husband and I needed to decompress from our busy 'burb life. Scott, the owner, stayed in touch and provided us with all the information we needed to begin our stay. A bottle of wine and a jar of huckleberry jam awaited us. There was also beer in the fridge. I am a big believer in that it's the little things that can make a difference. The cabin was very clean and the linens were very nice quality. The bed was very comfortable and we opened the windows at night (the cabin has no air conditioning) to let in the cool breezes and listen to the sound of Piper Creek. There was so much to do in the area and we were gone most of each day and were always happy to come back to this relaxing environment and enjoy the wine and beer! We spent two days at Glacier National Park and visited the nearby towns of Kalispell and Bigfork. Both were very charming and made for great day trips. We also visited nearby Garnet Ghost Town, which we loved. We took advantage of a hiking guide left at the cabin and did some day hikes close to the cabin. Overall, it was wonderful. We would go back in a minute and hopefully will make it back one day. Thanks so much, Scott. You have a gem there."
    Guest: A guest from Woodstock, GA Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 26, 2016
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  • Cute cabin

    "We enjoyed our stay in cabin #3. Cute, quiet and clean. Dinners on the porch with grilled chicken one night and steak the second night, while watching the deer were highlights of our stay. We were happy to return to the peacefulness of the cabin after spending the day out exploring."
    Guest: Lori C. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 16, 2016
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  • Amazing Condo right in the center of it all!

    "My husband, son and I stayed in the condo beginning of August. We met Randy and he made sure we found our condo and all was set to go! The condo was in a beautiful setting, right in the center of all the restaurants, shopping and activities yet still with amazing views of the Swan River in your backyard. The Condo was equipped with all the needed items for your stay. There is a bedroom downstairs with two twins and an attached den and full bath. The bedrooms upstairs are great with both bedrooms having their own bathrooms. The condo was decorated in Bigfork style! Beautiful! I would highly recommend this condo for your trip to Bigfork!"
    Guest: joni d. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 23, 2016
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