Extremely comfortable accommodations, with an excellent kitchen and a stunning view of the mountains and plains. We stayed in the largest home -- spacious and not at all spartan. Quite accessible to the Many Glaciers entrance to the park, and much better value than the lodges and motels in the park. Tons of wildlife on the roadsides and in the park. We would absolutely stay there again. The caretaker, Janice, was wonderfully welcoming and went out of her way to make sure that we had everything we needed.
Guests should be aware that wifi is available but limited in terms of bandwidth and that only Verizon phones seem to work on the east side of the park. If you are coming in from West Glacier/Columbia Falls, stop at a supermarket to buy most of what you'll need for the days you'll be in the East -- food options are limited, since it's pretty rural.More