Secluded Cabin Rental for Two Guests in Glacier National Park in Flathead County, MontanaPolebridge, Montana (United States of America)
Secluded Cabin Rental for Two Guests in Glacier National Park in Flathead County, Montana
"Awesome experience! Me and my partner absolutely loved our stay at Nancy’s cute and cozy cabin. The view was awestruck, We were lucky to had a view…"
This secluded cabin rental is located in Glacier National Park in Flathead County, Montana, and can accommodate two guests. The bedroom has two twin beds, and there is an outhouse with a solar-powered shower. Wi-Fi is available. Outside, there is a deck surrounded by stunning forest and mountain views.
Guests can rug up next to the wood-burning fireplace in the common living room and enjoy the view, all the while resting easy due to the fact that the property is completely sustainable and powered by solar panels. Wi-Fi is available. Breakfast is included.
- 1 Twin/Single bed
- Lounge/Living room
All surfaces are thoroughly cleaned and sterilized. All linens are washed in the hottest water. The entire house is aired out frequently throughout the day with fresh, pure Rocky Mountain air. Separate seating is available for breakfast, or outdoor dining is provided.
Check out: Flexible
No Pets allowed
No cooking is allowed in the Cabin due to the possibility of bears, but guests can cook on the deck of the main house.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Polebridge, Montana (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Whitewater rafting
- Wildlife watching
Along the banks of the North Fork Flathead River, which stretches for a total of 150 miles through British Columbia and Montana, there are endless spots for swimming and fishing. Further upriver, near the Canadian border, there are also some excellent areas for kayaking and rafting, the perfect leisurely way to experience this tranquil current. Fishing and kayaking are also possible on Kintla Lake, which is free from motorized vessels due to a Montana law that aims to keep this body of water as blissful as possible. Guests are highly encouraged to take hiking boots for this trip, as within Glacier National Park, there are almost limitless treks that they can tackle during their stay. Some hug the shorelines of lakes like Bowman and Quartz, while others scale to the top of peaks such as Hornet Mountain. In this North Fork region of Glacier National Park, cross-country skiing is also possible and is a great way to discover more of this incredible region during the frostier months.