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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Polebridge reviews

  • Love the yurt!

    "Another great stay at our favorite Polebridge yurt! Stayed in January and didn't get too cold even though it was frigid outside! We LOVE the sauna. Also enjoyed cross country skiing to big prairie! So fun."
    Guest: Julia T. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: January 9, 2017
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  • Truly one of the best weeks of my life.

    "I can honestly say that this cabin was perfect for our family of four to use as home base as we explored Glacier and the North Fork area. It is far enough away from the park so that you feel completely isolated, but close enough for leisurely day trips to experience Bowman and Kintla Lakes, or a longer outing across the Going-to-the-Sun Road to Many Glacier. It's off the main gravel road so that you can't hear or see tourist traffic. Polebridge is also close and a great outing for a huckleberry pastry at the Mercantile for breakfast or for dinner and a cocktail at the Northern Lights Saloon. A float down the Flathead River was also a highlight. The cabin itself is delightful and full of creature comforts like big squishy recliners and flannel sheets that take the edge off the cool summer nights. The kitchen has everything you need and there is plenty of room to store food for a few days of living in the woods like a hermit. One delight was taking baths in the claw-foot tub and being able to flush the toilet but still be off grid! The owners have made the place very comfortable for folks that might not want to leave all comforts behind, and the generator and water heater/pressure tank system worked perfectly for that. There is also a clothes washer and a clothesline for keeping from smelling like a hermit, even if you do act like one for a few days. The porch is screened to protect from mosquitos and no-see-ums that can be thick in the summer. There are a few tables out there too for playing cards or eating dinner in the fresh air. A hummingbird feeder provides hours of entertainment. The owners of the property have spent years making this cabin into the little home away from home that it is now. It is obvious that they have loved it well and they have curated all the contents of the cabin with an eye for unique rustic looks and dependable functionality. They are great to work with and responsive to messages. We will definitely try to get back to this cabin for years to come. My two daughters took an experience away from this week that will no doubt be one they will never forget."
    Guest: Angie T. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: February 18, 2017
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  • Secluded newer cabin outside of Polebridge.

    "Lovely, clean remote cabin in Pole Bridge, 45 minutes outside of the west entrance of glacier national park, with beautiful mountain views. If you want to unwind, and unplug, this is a great spot. As stated on the vrbo site, cabin has no tv, and we never could get the wifi to work, but we acclimated, even playing the board games available in the cabin. A few extra pillows would have been very useful. Waking up to the sight of mountains is always a great start to your day. You should absolutely check out the Pole Bridge Mercantile just a ways down the road...incredible and delicious hot sandwiches!"
    Guest: Tom S. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 5, 2016
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  • Paradise in Polebridge

    "My husband and I spent 3 nights here in late September for our 30th anniversary. We enjoyed the remote location, and the views are incredible right from your porch. Mountains are all around you. No other cabins right on top of you. I woke early every morning and took my coffee onto the porch to watch the sunrise. Bundle up, but you will be rewarded. I will never forget seeing 2 wolves in the nearby field, and hearing wolves howl in the distance for a solid minute. Another morning I saw a red fox. Late one afternoon we saw a black wolf in the meadow. Mule deer every evening at dusk. The owner has provided binoculars and a spotting scope for you use. Another evening about dusk we saw a black bear standing in the road a few miles from the cabin. Watching the stars at night on the upper balcony is amazing as well. The cabin itself has all you need for cooking, and the wood stove is great. The bed upstairs is very comfortable and you will sleep great. The owners have thought of everything you could need, even providing a land line (bring a calling card). In the evening we enjoyed Yahtzee and doing crossword puzzles together. Disconnecting from television was wonderful. We bought food in Whtefish--no stores nearby other than the Mercantile. The Mercantile is great for coffee and homemade pastries and bread. They dont have much in the line of groceries. My husband loved the huckleberry turnover the best. They even have some gluten free options. You truly are in a remote and beautiful place in Polebridge. The road to the nearby park entrance is a little rough with large potholes but tolerable. We drove to Bowman Lake one day. The inner North Fork Road in the park is washed out and closed about 7 miles south of the entrance. Another day we drove north past Polebridge to Red Meadow Lake, on US Forrest Service property. Another beautiful, amazing place. There are 2 cans of bear spray at the cabin for your use, which was great since we came by train and couldn't bring ours from home. Another day we drove south to the Camas Creek entrance and hiked the Apgar Lookut hike. We spent the rest of the vacation on the east side of the park, but for us it didn't even compare to what we had in Polebridge. This cabin and the town of Polebridge is a wonderful piece of paradise."
    Guest: Carol C. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 13, 2016
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