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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 Whitefish Mountain reviews

  • Nice cabin with a great location.

    "Nice cabin with a great location! The owners are very accommodating and helpful. Deer and turkeys in the yard each day. We would not hesitate to stay there again!"
    Guest: Tina B. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 10, 2016
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  • Terrific. Full of character and charm.

    "Great. No complaints. Ski right out to chair 3. Nice fireplace for a cozy fire. A perfect place for a ski vacation."
    Guest: Ryan W. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: February 3, 2017
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  • Well-appointed home on the water near Glacier NP

    "We loved the open floor plan on the first floor of this quiet, lake-side home! The kitchen, with plenty of island and table seating, was perfect for our family of 5 adults. It was well-appointed and had everything that I needed to cook dinner a few times during our stay and the outdoor grill came in handy as well. The first floor living room was also comfortable and media-free. We definitely used the gas fireplace when the mornings were cool! We also used the paddle boards and canoe to enjoy Spoon Lake from the water, made a bonfire in the fire pit, and generally loved the absolute quiet of this lovely house. We used the home as a base to explore Glacier NP, Kalispell, Bigfork, and Whitefish. We did the classic Red Bus Crown of the Continent Tour, saw Glacier from above with Glacier Heli Tours, had a family portrait taken in Bigfork with Marianne Wiest Photography (highly recommend!), rented bikes in Kalispell and rode the Rails-to-trails Great Northern trail, AND just hung around the house, sitting by the lake with a good book. The ONLY negative to this property and the reason I withheld one star was the lack of a landline telephone and the lack of cell reception and weak internet (we have AT&T---maybe Verizon has better coverage?). We needed to use the phone to make inquiries and dinner reservations, and we had to walk up to the road in order to do that. Additionally, a stronger/faster WiFi connection would have been helpful to research trails and the many activities available in the area---the internet is very slow in the home, even if just web-browsing. I also think it would be nice if the hosts would provide a bit more information about the house and surrounding area---some favorite restaurants, directions to the dock, label switches, etc---this information would have helped us settle in more quickly. All-in-all, this home is stunning and extremely comfortable and we had a fabulous family vacation there--and I am sure you will too!"
    Guest: Barnsy11 Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 29, 2016
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  • Beautiful lakefront home with very close proximity to Glacier Natl. Park

    "Posting on behalf of my non-tech savvy parents: What a Montana adventure! My wife and I flew to Glacier Intl. Airport from Kansas for a week of exploring in Glacier National Park with our youngest daughter who now lives in MT. We couldn't have been happier with this VRBO rental - beautiful lakefront property easily accessible via a paved country road from the main highway, but still felt secluded and private, plus there was zero light pollution which made for fantastic star gazing each night. We enjoyed drinking our coffee on the large deck overlooking the quiet lake each morning. The spacious kitchen gave us the opportunity to make our own meals (save $$$), but we still chose to head down the road to indulge at the historic Belton Chalet restaurant for dinner. Being just a few miles from Glacier's west entrance meant we were able to sleep in and still spend a full day in the park. We enjoyed several easy hikes (Trail of the Cedars and Hidden Lake Overlook), the full day Red Bus tour over Logan Pass to the east side, a guided evening boat ride on Lake MacDonald, and took advantage of the free bus rides up to Logan Pass - being from the flatlands of Kansas we intentionally avoided driving up/down the mountain. Also, the VRBO's close proximity to the park meant we let our daughter talk us into getting up very early one morning for a pre-dawn drive around the park's southern border to the east entrance where we joined the ranger guided hike up to Grinnell Glacier. It was perhaps a once in a lifetime activity for this 69-year-old Kansan to make such a hike (rain, sleet, snow, bears, moose, and big horned sheep), while my 68-year-old wife chose to stay behind in the Many Glacier Lodge to play card games with another hiker's wife. We finished our hike in late afternoon and still made it back to the lake house with plenty of time to relax on the deck with a cocktail. I can't thank Carole enough for letting us rent her beautiful lake home - she was kind and gracious throughout the entire process. Her home was our home for an incredible week of enjoying the Montana life. — Bob & Judi"
    Guest: Kate S. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: February 8, 2017
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