The home was lovingly kept and very cozy. We immediately felt calm with the natural light and simple decor found throughout the property. We stayed on the third floor which had a long balcony private to our room, which was perfect for watching the night sky after our long days out at the nearby Glacier National Park. We aren't sure why another user noted a lack of views as the stars alone from the balcony were amazing and the land the property is situated on is beautiful - very mature trees with a lot pretty plants and bird feeders to attract birds we have never seen before.
The room did have a sloped ceiling, but we found that to be part of the fun! We have stayed in fifth floor, walk-up B&B in Amsterdam (home to some of the tallest people in the world) which was literally breath-taking and a fun story to tell when we got back home to friends and family.
Our hosts were very sincere and interesting to chat with. At breakfast time each morning, it was nice walking down the stairs to a scene of other guests laughing and feeling so at ease. The fresh-cut flowers placed in our room were delightful, the bear spray loan put us city-folk at great ease during our hikes in the park and we got great use out of the many guidebooks available to borrow as we didn't have much time to plan our trip before arriving. The books in our room were even spot on, there was a Joan Didion book I have had on my "to-read" list for some time.
We fell in love with their dogs, one a total sweetheart the other super silly and ready for goofiness. It helped greatly as we left behind our two dogs to make this trip and missed them greatly.
The breakfasts were very interesting, they were very much at a gourmet level and weren't the usual frittata and sausage fare we have had at other B&B's. I especially loved the different cold tea drink served along the regular coffee and tea drinks each morning, we are inspired to drink more cold tea in those lovely flavors when we get back home.
We wouldn't hesitate to stay here again for our next visit to the stunning Glacier National Park.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Moss Mountain Inn is an awarding-winning eco-smart bed and breakfast located on the western border of Glacier National Park, Montana, seven miles from the park entrance at West Glacier and a half mile from the North Fork of the National Wild and Scenic Flathead River. Our three-story cedar inn sits high on six forested acres in the Flathead National Forest with views of Glacier Park. Quite and away from traffic and park crowds, our B&B is the perfect base camp for all your Glacier expeditions. A scenic short cut to the West Glacier entrance finds you in the park in 10 - 15 minutes. You will feel both secluded from and surrounded by the majesty of Glacier. The outpost village of Polebridge, Glacier Park International Airport, and the quaint resort town of Whitefish are all within a short and picturesque 20 minute drive. We offer up-to-date, charming amenities, and personal attention to detail to ensure your stay with us is distinctive. When our guests arrive they often feel an immediate connection to their "Glacier Base Camp" and refer to it as "home". We are located 2 miles from the confluence of the Middle and North Fork of the Flathead River (Fly Fishing Paradise!). ... more less
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