Cabins are rented as B&B. Unless you have dietary needs, breakfast is whatever the chef has planned for that day. You will NOT be disappointed. They are awesome: one morning was breakfast tostadas, one day huckleberry pancakes with rhubarb/huckleberry crisp, etc. We ordered a boxie (box lunch) for a day of hiking and the sandwich would have fed King Kong. Plus you pick from 6 different breads, several meats and cheeses, and as few or many vegetable add-ins as you wish. We discovered a large number of people drove out from east Glacier to eat at the restaurant so the quality food was no secret. We stayed 6 nights in the large cabin: it had the unexpected bonus of a mini fridge and free wi-fi. After 6 suppers and 6 breakfasts, we began to think of Aaron and Molly (the third generation managing the kitchen and dining area) as family. 2nd generation Keith brought firewood for the 4th of July in his wheel loader. :) We really enjoyed our stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Bison Creek Bed & Breakfast is a family owned business, originated by the Schauf family in 1952. We are located 1 3/4 miles W of East Glacier Park, MT on US Hwy 2. Quite out of town location with over 200 acres to roam, great views, and focused on Montana hospitality. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Bison Creek Ranch Hotel East Glacier Park