We stayed at MMI in mid September. A perfect location for visiting Glacier and the surrounding area. Marguerite and her daughter Callie were excellent hosts. We felt welcome and comfortable. We stayed n the Highline room. The bed was the best for a great night's sleep. The room had a huge bath with a great shower. We had a balcony overlooking the back of the property that was great for relaxing with a drink. We traveled from the Grand Tetons to Yellowstone to Glacier and this was by far the best place we stayed. Instead of just accomodations it became part of the overall vacation experience. Enjoy the mountains, the clean fresh air and the hospitality at MMI. My wife and Ihighly recommend a stay here.
We really enjoyed our stay. Marguerite and Callie are excellent hosts. Loved the solarium as a place to hang out after a good hike. Would certainly recommend to anyone wanting a more personal experience than what you'd get at a traditional hotel
Part of our trip exploring America's national parks included a stay in the Glacier area! Moss mountain provided an excellent location to explore the West side of Glacier. Marguerite and her family were excellent hosts… providing a wealth of knowledge on the area, a stunning location to stay during our trip and a few tips/tricks to help with our travels(we'll keep that a secret and let Marguerite share). The entire property is meticulously maintained and super cute! Accommodations were super clean, beds were comfortable and overall a wonderful experience. Close enough to town for food and entertainment but a quiet serene setting to fully relax & disconnect. Traveler Tip: Glacier area requires a fair amount of driving. I’m glad we spent the time we did at Moss Mountain I maybe would have forfeited 1 day stay on the east side of the park…
We had stayed at the Moss Mountain Inn 7 years ago and came back to reminisce a bit. The new owners have made the Inn even more cozy and the place was spotless. Atmosphere is casual. We had an enjoyable stay as well as a great visit with the owner and other guests. We'll be back sooner than 7 years this time!
We enjoyed a relaxing stay at Moss Mountain Inn while visiting Glacier National Park. The Inn was only about 15 minutes away from the west entrance of the park. Our room, the Highline, was at the top of the house with its own large balcony to view the grounds and the star filled sky at night. Amazing! The innkeeper was a great host and she was a wealth of information and recommendations for the park and overall area (alternate ways to get into park, things to do in the park, restaurant options, other activities in the area). We had a great time in the area and only wish we had more time to explore further and spend more time at Moss Mountain Inn.
We thoroughly enjoyed our week long stay—delicious daily breakfast, clean and comfortable room, cozy common areas, complimentary bear and bug sprays, insightful GP tips and local dining recommendations, easy drive and access to GP and Whitefish, and our host’s friendly and warm hospitality. We will definitely return and highly recommend this Inn!
We really enjoyed our stay at Moss Mountain. There are four rooms in the inn and it is about 10 miles from the West Entrance to Glacier. Rooms are air conditioned and/or heated and beds are very comfortable. Two rooms are on the smaller side, but the rooms on the top floor are larger. They serve a delicious continental breakfast. Solarium and LR are available for all guests to use. They also are very knowledgeable about the park and are happy to share any information that you might need. We would definitely stay there again!
Marguerite Kaminski and Moss Mountain Inn are fantastic! My husband and I stayed there for one week and couldn’t have been happier. The location was the best - close to so many things! Marguerite is engaging and a wealth of information and helpfulness. I would highly recommend staying here!!
Moss Mountain Inn was the perfect base for our Glacier National Park adventures. The Grinnell Room was spacious with plenty of amenities. The bed was comfortable, and the view from our balcony was incredible--the perfect place to start the day with coffee and a journal. The entire home was very clean, and I appreciate that they ask guests to remove shoes upon entry. The breakfast each morning was fresh with a lot of options. Sandy's scones were INCREDIBLE, and we had plenty of carbs and protein for a day of hiking. They even have some grab-and-go snacks for your hikes. The location is perfect, only about 10 minutes from the West Glacier entrance, 10 minutes from Columbia Falls, and 20 minutes from Whitefish. The B&B is situated in a quiet spot where you're surrounded by nature. We enjoyed stargazing at night on the grounds. Finally, the hosts were very warm and welcoming. Marguerite shared recommendations and was friendly to talk to. This felt more like staying at a relative's home than a Bed and Breakfast. I would have no reservations about staying here again, and if we are ever back in the area, we would definitely return to Moss Mountain Inn!…
A bed and breakfast conjures up certain images. A friendly host who warmly greets you when you arrive. A warm and inviting common area with late afternoon wine and appetizers laid out where you can chat with your host and the other guests. A delicious home-made breakfast. Moss Mountain Inn did not deliver on any of these characteristics. No one greeted us after our 8 hour drive to Columbia Falls. Marguerite, the owner, did send us a text saying that she might not be there to greet us but would leave the key out. That she did. We walked into a cold and dark house, found our key, removed our shoes (as requested) and schlepped our bags up two flights of stairs to our room. Despite some protection on the stairs, they are a little slippery especially with two heavy bags. After putting our bags in our rooms, we proceeded to explore the house but ultimately decided to stay in our room because we could warm it up and couldn't figure out how to warm the rest of the house up even though it was only about 5:00 or so. The smell of bacon cooking greeted us the following morning. An encouraging sign that the coming breakfast did not fulfill. Breakfast on the first day consisted of lukewarm french toast made out of what we think was some kind of very sweet bread from Costco, bacon (that I really liked, but my wife did not) and grapes. There were only four of us at breakfast that morning and it was almost like they cut back the breakfast because of that. The next (our last day), they served scrambled eggs with either spinach or asparagus (not sure which), bacon, fruit, and scones that my wife and I cannot agree were homemade or not. Decent but once again not a five star breakfast as noted in all the other reviews. The two things the place did have were the location (only a 15 minute drive into Glacier) and some pretty extensive wooded land around the inn that would have been fun to explore if it hadn't been rainy and cold. The inn appears to have changed hands in 2021 yet the five star reviews have undeservedly continued for Moss Mountain Inn. To check out a review of a real 5 star bed and breakfast, please read some of the reviews for the Abingdon Green in Asheville, NC, a real 5 star bed and breakfast. Moss Mountain isn't in the same league and is a reason why we are going to discontinue staying at B&Bs.…