We stayed here for 3 nights during a visit to Glacier National Park. I had a VERY difficult time finding the place, there's just a little sign and the cabins are behind some trees and a house. You actually go into the owner/manager's house to check in, and yes, they have a yappy dog with poor manners that jumps all over you. The manager doesn't care. Check in was very slow and ineffeicient, didn't tell us anything about the property or cabin. The cabin was a decent size, with a small bathroom. It was however, very clean. Unfortunatly when we checked in, the entire town was without power and this cabin was pretty cold. We were not offered extra blankets or a flashlight, just given a tea light, the smallest candle possible. There were communal grills to use, along with a firepit area, but we used neither. The linens seemed like grandma's old stuff, and the towels were well-used. I was under the impression that this cabin was close to the parks entrance, but is maybe a 10 minute drive, and very close to the highway. We were able to hear cars whizzing by at all hours. For what I paid to stay here, I was expecting more. Instead I got less than welcoming managers, highway noise and second hand linens. I would definately stay somewhere else in the future.
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