Discover the best Bed and Breakfast Inns in Glacier Country, Montana including Bad Rock Bed and Breakfast, AC Hotel by Marriott Missoula Downtown, The Garrison Inn, Rimrock Lodge, Glacier Homestead, The Farmhouse Inn & Kitchen, Greenwood Village Inn & Suites, Bear Creek Lodge, Motel 6 Missoula, Mt - Wye - Travel Plaza, Forest Grove Lodge.
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5 based on 386 reviews
Bad Rock B&B is a great place to stay while visiting Glacier National Park and the Flathead Valley. With 9 rooms to choose from we have something suited for your personal stay. The views from our 10 acre property of the Swan and Whitefish mountains are breathtaking. Find the beauty of quiet solitude in any of our guest rooms. Only 20 minutes from the west entrance to Glacier NP or Glacier International (Kalispell) Airport.
Perfect in every way. Bill, the host is outstanding. The food is outstanding. The Mountain View’s and well kept grounds are outstanding. The rooms are immaculately clean. Beds are comfortable. We stayed in the Swan Cottage and it was great. We would come back in a heartbeat.
4 based on 29 reviews
Discover a seamless experience at AC Hotel Missoula Downtown. Our new Downtown Missoula hotel offers European-inspired amenities, valet parking, and a rooftop bar. Easily get to University of Montana, Glacier National Park, and more nearby.
I want to say that our check in lady Jamie went above and beyond. There is no hot chocolate offered for members who don't drink coffee or tea but when I got back to my room, she had found two packs of hot chocolate left on my door. It meant a lot and was appreciated. Hotel may have been nice but not worth the price. I don't plan to go back.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
The Garrison Inn, a Montana Bed & Breakfast, is located 20 minutes from Kalispell, Montana and 2 miles before scenic Ashley Lake with Glacier International Airport close by. We offer views of Glacier National Park, the Swan Mountain Range, the valley floor and the town of Kalispell. The area is very diverse with something for everyone including hiking, sight-seeing, fishing, boating, skiing, horseback riding, golfing, hot air ballooning, white water rafting and many great restaurants.
Gene and Anne Marie Garrrison have created an alpine oasis at the Garrison Inn. The property is incredible, with views of the mountains that are stunning. While the Inn itself is incredible, the hospitality and gourmet meals made this a highlight of our trip. I am not a foodie, but I couldn't wait for the next meal! Truly a place where the hosts make you feel like old friends :). Looking forward to our return!
3.5 based on 20 reviews
**Now Under New Ownership & Management as of 2020** The perfect basecamp for your northwestern Montana adventure. Our lodge is situated among the pine and fir trees on a cliff overlooking the Clark Fork River in Thompson Falls, Montana; a town rooted in a history of mining and established amid a landscape painted with pristine rivers and jutting mountains. It’s a place that blends the rugged with the refined. Thompson (as the locals call it) is surrounded by millions of acres of national forest land, providing ample outdoor recreation opportunities to hike, bike, fish, hunt, and more. We offer a 25-room motel, where each room boasts riverfront views and the décor is quaintly western. Our RV park offers 36 full hook-up campsites shaded by hundred-year-old pines. Make the most of your stay and dine outdoors on our patio overlooking the river, or spend the night bowling with your family and friends. You can even try your luck at our casino. Allow us to to be your basecamp for your northwestern Montana adventure; we’ll take good care of you.
We came in for breakfast one morning we seated ourselves at a table we were given a menu and promptly waited on That's where the hospitality ended. I gave my order to the waitress extra extra Chrisp bacon eggs over medium and English muffin. 1 hour 10 minutes after we ordered I was asked if I needed a 3rd cup of coffee at which point I said are we going to be getting our food soon? I was told that well you were told it was going to be 45 minutes... But this had been one hour and 10 minutes. we did receive our food 15 minutes after that close to 1 and a 1/2 hours after we ordered ordered. I picked up the bacon because it was very limp not even close to being crisp... the waitress looked at me and said do you want me to cook that some when you're done playing with it? I said no don't bother . had no butter on it hash browns were warm ...eggs over easy..huge huge disappointment. I also heard one Waitresst ell the cook that I guess they expect us to be my McDonald's
3 based on 1 reviews
I can only review based on my experience. Simple fact is that we picked the wrong sleeping quarters for us. Glacier Homestead is a working ranch in a rural area. Quiet and potentially an awesome destination. However, my husband and I went with the bunkhouse. I questioned the wisdom of this as it seemed guaranteed that he would hit his head in the bunk above. He did not. I did. So, big headache, tiny shower, and non functioning coffee pot…..well, I did not enjoy the place. I am too old for that. However, in my youth, I think I would have loved it. Just not for me.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
The Farmhouse Inn & Kitchen is a locally owned family run bed and breakfast, organic bakery and farm to table cafe. Our bed and breakfast offers newly remodeled guest rooms and our cafe is open to the public 7 days a week from 8am-4pm. We are located close to great small shops and many beautiful trails surrounded by beautiful scenic outdoor trails.
We stayed for 2 nights at FHI. They have 2 guest rooms (book early); not big, but very nice, and have a lot of charm. The breakfast and lunch restaurant (downstairs) is open to everyone. For guests the breakfast is included. All the choices are freshly made, and a lot of healthy options; ... just incredible tasty and good looking. It's 5 minutes from the Main Street, but much better then the other places there.
4 based on 99 reviews
See why so many travelers make Greenwood Village Inn & Suites their small hotel of choice when visiting Kalispell. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you. While staying at Greenwood Village Inn & Suites, visitors can check out Saint Matthew's Church (1.0 mi) and The Little Bitty Ranch (2.6 mi), some of Kalispell's top attractions. Rooms at Greenwood Village Inn & Suites provide a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a kitchenette, and guests can stay connected with free wifi. In addition, while staying at Greenwood Village Inn & Suites guests have access to a 24 hour front desk. You can also enjoy free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Greenwood Village Inn & Suites. While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the barbeque restaurants, including The Desoto Grill, Famous Dave's, and Dickey's Barbecue Pit, all of which are a short distance from Greenwood Village Inn & Suites. During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Conrad Mansion (0.6 mi) and Hockaday Museum of Art (0.8 mi), which are all within walking distance of the small hotel. At Greenwood Village Inn & Suites, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Kalispell.
First off do not freak out when you drive thru a trailer park to get to the hotel. The place is very clean and quiet. It used to be an assisted living place and there are a few residents there. I would stay there again. Its a good location and east drive to Glacier. Staff is very good and helpful.
5 based on 4 reviews
Bear Creek Lodge invites you to leave the chaos of the concrete jungle and find inspiration again through the healing power of the earth. A destination for retreats, weddings, or relaxing getaways. Our grounds are a beautiful setting for your wedding planning. We have several picturesque locations onsite for your ceremony and photos. Situated on 155 acres of pristine nature, Bear Creek Lodge is a mountain hideaway nestled in a blanket of pine trees at the edge of the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness, providing a civilized approach to the nature experience. The exquisite lodge was constructed in 1991 with massive logs harvested near Yellowstone Park after the forest fires of 1988. Each of its’ 8 guest rooms are appointed with comfortable beds, antique furnishings, a private bathroom, and a private door that opens into to forest. Great for an executive retreat, our lodge offers the best of the wild beauty Montana is known for. The valley is a hiker’s paradise with twenty-nine trails throughout the Bitterroot Mountains for the beginner or experienced hiker. The trails lend themselves to ecotherapy, bird watching, photography, backpacking, nature walks and meditation.
My wife and I stayed here for our 15th wedding anniversary and it was AMAZING!! We traveled to the area to visit my wife's old stomping grounds and wanted to stay in a nice quite secluded place. Bear Creek Lodge was exactly what we were looking for. Janet (our host) went above and beyond. We had the whole lodge to ourselves as it is the off season for the area. Our room was very clean and comfortable with a wonderful theme. Bear Creek Lodge supplies all the meals with your booking. We woke up every morning with soothing music playing in the lodge and fresh coffee. We then were fed a wonderful breakfast. We were out and about each day so we did not need lunch, but when we returned from our adventures for the day the wet bar was open and ready with snacks, beer, soda, liquor and mixers. Dinner was served later and again was outstanding. We couldn't have asked for anything more. They also have a hot tub that we used a couple of the nights. If you are looking for a romantic get away, company retreat or a wedding I would highly recommend this place.
3 based on 1 reviews
Ok hotel. Wifi did work. Dingy, but looks like they are trying to fix problems. Dirty tub and bed cover had oil stain on corner. Will not be staying here again. This is making me write at least 200 words. Not much more to say other than what has already been said.
5 based on 5 reviews
Four aged 60+ friends decided to raft the Clark Fork river. We had to find accommodations in Superior, MT. ROW, a wonderful rafting company, recommended the Forest Grove Lodge as a possible place to stay. It was wonderful. The gorgeous lodge has 4 bedrooms, each with its own bathroom. The linens are lovely and the mattresses are pillow-top luxury. The great room has a billiard table, card table, wet bar, and floor to ceiling windows that overlook the Clark Fork. The porch comes complete with comfortable seating, a friendly cat and a black lab. Kelly, the owner/hostess cooks incredible breakfasts and, on request, will prepare a chicken or steak dinner. There is a rec. room downstairs with more gaming areas and a wide screen TV. The 4 of us ate the best steaks we could remember. And we have been combing the internet to find a recipe that sounds anything like the potatoes she served at breakfast (along with eggs, muffins, OJ, coffee, and fruit. We stayed for 2 nights and the second breakfast was french toast with all the appropriate side dishes. Can't say enough great things about this serandipitous find.
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