Well, I didn't stay in their cabins but this is listed here as a hotel. When I went to the mercantile this summer I bought a few of their baked goods. I have to preface this-I am not much of a baked goods kind of person but I have always bought some in my visits in previous years and they were good. This year there are new owners. The baked goods didn't seem quite as good. It may be they were busy getting things running since they had just bought the business. The lady who bought it seemed nice. Some of the people who were hanging around outside were questionable. But that has been my experience in Polebridge over the years. But then I could never figure out why people would drive 40 miles out of town just to buy some baked goods at these gas prices.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to the Polebridge Mercantile, one of Montana's most iconic destination properties. Built in 1914 as a general mercantile for homesteaders near Glacier's northern frontier, the Polebridge Mercantile is a must see attraction. It also happens to be located in the heart of the wildest valley left in the Continental United States. :-) ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Polebridge Mercantile And Cabins Hotel Polebridge