Bigfork House Rental Photos and Description
House, 2 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 2 Baths, (Sleeps 8)
The First and Last Best Place for a Family retreat.
The interior of this home has been master crafted with log beams, vaulted ceilings, a stunning Montana river rock fire place and soothing paint colors. It has been designed to ensure that families can gather with ease and enjoy privacy.
The interior highlights the exterior surroundings with large windows to enjoy both the views of the lake and forest. It has the true feel of a Montana experience that adds to the memories of the last best place.
The Guest House
1250 square feet
Sleeps 8 guests
Kitchen / Living room
Door leading to the deck with amazing views of the flathead lake
High ceiling fans
Sofa pulls out to queen size bed for extra guests
Queen size bed room
Queen size sofa bed
Full Bathroom with open shower
Large loft area
King size bed
Maximum sleeping capacity: 8
Keywords: Lake house
- non smoking only
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair accessible
In 1989 our family came to the Flathead Lake for our first family reunion. The impact of this event was so profound that six months later, our father bought property on the lake and built The Last Best Place guest house. He lived there while building the main house. Our father's dream was to have a place where his family would want to come together every year. Our family has been blesssed to have had this opportunity come true.
In 1997 our father sustained a strike, which limited his ability to fully enjoy The Last Best Place. It brought to our attention the importance of barrier free design and accessing the beautiful outdoors. Our family wants to make a difference in the lives of others with disabilities that visit the Flathead Lake regiion by accomodating their needs. The main house is fully wheelchair assesable. The guest house does have a lower level queen bedroom and a open wheel in shower.
'It is our vision and mission to make this place available to other families, particulary those who may have a physcial impairment, and to provide an opportunity to share the magic that our family experiences each and every year.' The Idler Family