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Columbia Falls Cabin Rentals(9)

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Recent Columbia Falls Reviews

Best of both worlds

5 of 5
There is no way that we could have dreamt of all we enjoyed at our "home" for two weeks EVERYTHING was clean and easy to use. We enjoyed GNP 12 of the 14 days and then came back to modern conveniences..Internet,TV(yeah got to keep up with NCIS and our Seminoles? The deck was awesome Our greatest joy was Millie. She helped us put our hiking boots on each morning and greeted us each evening upon our return. She even escorted us on two walks down Lake Drive We are already planning a return trip If you aren't sure about doing this cabin don't be Just Do It you won't be disappointed
  • Submitted: Oct 20, 2014
  • Stayed: Sep 2014

beautiful place

5 of 5
My husband and I, along with another couple, stayed here for 3 nights while visiting Glacier National Park. We couldn't have picked a better cabin for our stay! It was clean and had everything you needed (pots, pans, dishwasher, oils and spices, toiletries, even bear spray), which made it easy for us to grill a steak without having to buy the whole store. The owners introduced us to the cabin and made themselves available for anything that could come up. They were incredibly nice and professional. The view on the deck and from downstairs bedroom is amazing! Breath taking! The drive to the west entrance of Glacier was short and the whole area just beautiful. I highly recommend this cabin!
  • Submitted: Sep 26, 2014
  • Stayed: Sep 2014

The Perfect Balance

5 of 5
The Pinehaven Ranch is a perfect refuge for a trip to Glacier National Park. Patty the owner is great! She's friendly and accessible but gives her guests the space to do their own thing. The cabin accommodations were clean and comfortable and had all the amenities (dishware, microwave, stove/oven, fridge, washer and dryer) along with a wood stove with ample firewood and fire-making supplies. The wood stove was awesome since we had an early blast of winter during our stay. The experience was many times better than a hotel/lodge stay. This property is within 20 minutes of Whitefish (to the west) and 20 mins to the West entrance to GNP (to the east). At Glacier, be sure to plan a few hours to drive the "going to the sun road" and make sight-seeing stops. There are plenty of great hikes/activities on the West side of Glacier, so honestly our 4 nights 3 days in the area were not enough. Other notes: - the property is completely fenced in, our dog loved it and got to hang out with Patty's dogs. - When we were busy in the Park, we dropped our dog off at Pawsitively Perfect dog daycare in nearby Evergreen. Our dog loved it and we HIGHLY recommend this service as pets are restricted in Glacier National Park - Multiple outfitters nearby for rafting, helicopter tours, etc. - There are scenic boat rides available on nearby Lake MacDonald in GNP - Also on the West side of GNP there is a horseback riding outfit in which you can ride up the hiking trails. - Dozens great GNP hikes within an hour of this property, a few within 30 mins of the property - We had breakfast a short drive away at the West Glacier Restaurant, it was very good - We had lunch and dinner in this same area at the Cafe attached to the gas station just outside the entrance to GNP. Sounds sketchy but don't be fooled, great meals, local beers, homemade pie, etc. - YOU MUST GET Coffee at Montana Coffee Traders (only 10 mins from this property). Amazing brew. They have food as well but we didn't try it.
  • Submitted: Sep 14, 2014
  • Stayed: Sep 2014