Bigfork Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 1 Bedroom + Other (See Description), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 3-4)
Nestled in 60 private, quiet acres, we are less than a mile walking distance from downtown Bigfork. Enjoy peace & quiet with lots of wildlife viewing, no phones, no internet, no maid knocking on your door in the morning. Walk or hike the property. Close to Bigfork, a picturesque town known for it summer theater, shops, galleries, and excellent restaurants. Golfing is nearby as well as two ski areas, Whitefish Mountain and Blacktail Mountain. Glacier Park International Airport is close by and Glacier National Park is about 40 miles away.
Our cabin was built from timber harvested on the property and it authentic in every way. Only built in 2005, our cabin is cozy and up to date inside. Frequented by dozens of deer and turkeys, wildlife viewing is comfortable sitting at the picnic table on the covered porch. The deer have been known to walk across the porch occasionally.
The cabin is operated as a housekeeping cabin with no maid service, and is supplied with linens and cooking equipment. The cabin has a kitchenette, but no oven. The porch has a gas BBQ. and there is also a large fire pit. Enjoy our hiking trail or bike on our property. Plenty of room if you are bringing a boat.
A no pet, no smoking property and no smoking anywhere on the property. We require a 50% deposit. A 14 day notice is required to cancel a reservation and receive a refund, less a $20 cancellation fee. Reservations cancelled less than 14 days will NOT be refunded the 50% deposit. There is NO refund for no-shows. OTHER SIMILAR UNITS AVAILABLE.
Keywords: Close to Bigfork, Lots of Wildlife, Private, Quiet
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- not suitable for children
Guestbook comments from the owner
Heaven is a hard place to get to, you have to be on the right path and make all the right moves. Bigfork Stage Cabins is a little bit of heaven right here on earth. It too was hard to find, but well worth the trip. We were going to stay one night, but took extra time off work to visit with the deer and wild turkeys.We even invited a friend to join us.A photographer, he had a ball with the wildlife. Since it was a cloudy night, we can only imagine what a starlit night would be like. For this we will be back.
My husband & I moved here in 1989 from Kauai, HI. A builder by trade, he wanted to build something non traditional. The cabin was constructed from logs on the property. All furniture, the picnic table, and cabinets were made by us from logs off the property and milled on my husband's sawmill. I was the sander/painter and made curtains & pillows. A long but fulfilling project.
Having met in Aspen we moved to HI. in 1971. After nearly 20 yrs farming on Kauai we decided we needed a change. We looked at Colorado, but it was getting too busy. After a drive through this area, it seemed perfect, less hectic and beautiful.
The most common remarks we get from guests are how quiet and peaceful their stay is, how comfortable and cozy our cabin is, and how much they enjoy watching the wildlife everyday.