( IMPORTANT!! In rate 'notes', see our actual detailed rental rates. They go from $60 per night to $200 per night depending on season and number of days stayed. Our rates are much better than are shown by the HomeAway web site calculator. HomeAway needs to fix it.)
Located just 3 miles north of Bigfork Village and Flathead Lake this pleasant Guest Quarters, with a Montana cabin feel, is fully furnished and equipped for your stay. This 'Guest Quarters' is within a free standing building in an area of quality homes, each on 4+ acre parcels. It is 35 miles to Glacier National Park. Jewel Basin is nearby, within 10 miles. The Guest Quarters has a total of 1,250 sq. ft including 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom that sleeps 6. It has a living room/kitchen, master bedroom, second bedroom, big pantry, and huge 'mud room' with clothes washer & dryer, utility sink and room to put bikes and ski & boating equipment. High speed Wireless internet. There is a newer 42' flat screen TV in the living room. The kitchen has the dining room table, micro wave, stove/oven, refrigerator with ice maker, dishes, glasses, utensils, etc. Master bedroom has a TV, large walk-in closet, desk and plenty of room. Second bedroom has 2 twin beds and a big closet. Each room has a ceiling fan and light. The bathroom shower is roomy and there are 2 sinks for convenience. A 20' X 32' covered parking 'shed'. Get your boat, car, motor cycle, off road vehicle out of the weather. There is more parking in front of the residence. A propane BBQ ready to go on the front patio. There is also a play gym, with slide, for the kids.
It is about 20 miles to Kalispell, MT and the Glacier Park National Airport. The surrounding area seems to have every activity anyone has ever thought of to do. All the people who have stayed here say they 'love it'. If you stay with us once, you'll be back.
DISCOUNT of 20% off the standard rental rate October through April.
Retired. We live in the main house on the property about 200' away from the guest quarters. We love Montana and the people of Montana.
We bought the property in 2009. Neither my wife or I had ever been in Montana. When we saw Flathead Lake, Bigfork Village, the Rocky Mountains and the natural beauty of the area, we knew we were home.
Peaceful, but still close to everything.