Whitefish Mountain Resort is tucked away in the lap of the picturesque Whitefish Mountain. The resort is home to several restaurants and bars, such as the Bierstube which features live music and Café Kandahar & Snug Bar, a cozy little café and bar. Regardless of the season, there are plenty of activities to be experienced here, including skiing, snowmobile tours, golf, mountain biking, and hiking. The lodging options feature snug chalets and cottages surrounded by a winter wonderland.
This lodge is 5 minutes’ walk from the Whitefish Lake Golf Club. A free shuttle to downtown Whitefish, the Amtrak station, and the airport is available. Rooms feature a small fridge and coffee-making facilities. Guest rooms feature log cabin inspired décor at the Grouse Mountain Lodge. A TV, a small refrigerator and coffee-making facilities are provided. Free Wi-Fi is available. An outdoor firepit and seating area is available for a relaxing afternoon, in addition to an outdoor hot tub. An indoor pool and dry sauna are also provided. Logan’s Bar and Grill offers on-site dining 7 days a week. The Lobby Espresso Bar opens at 7:00 am for guest convenience. The entrance to Glacier National Park is 25 minutes’ drive from Grouse Mountain Lodge. Blanchard Lake is less than 10 minutes’ drive from the property.
The Farmhouse Inn & Kitchen is a place to relax after a long and tiring day in the mountain country. Located just a couple of blocks away from Whitefish downtown, it is a fine living experience in a cozy farmhouse setting. Its farm to table style café serves organic meals freshly prepared using ingredients sourced from their farm. Only breakfast and lunch are served here. You can also enjoy some freshly baked bread and yummy pastries in their in-house organic bakery.
This riverside inn, less than one mile from the Whitefish city center, features a private yard and gardens. Free Wi-Fi is available in every room and within the fireside lounge. The different rooms of the Duck Inn Lodge all include air conditioning, cable TV and an alarm clock. Some rooms feature a fireplace or a balcony overlooking the gardens or river. A homemade breakfast is served each morning that may be enjoyed in-room, in the downstairs dining area or on the outside deck. A collection of movies and games is available in the lounge area. A computer with internet connection is also offered for guest use. The Duck Inn Lodge is 1 mile from the Whitefish Amtrak station and 2 miles from Whitefish Lake. Glacier National Park is 25 miles away.
Surrounded by stunning mountain vistas and lush verdant beauty on all sides, the West Glacier KOA offers campers a serene abode to return to after a tiring day of exploration and discovery. You would be hard-pressed to find a more scenic spot to pitch your tent and enjoy a fun-filled vacation with family and friends. A short drive will bring you to the beginning of the Going-to-the-Sun Road that weaves its way through the wooded landscape of the Glacier National Park. While the area is certainly a haven for outdoor enthusiasts of every age, if you would rather stay in there is plenty to keep you entertained within the campground itself. Guests can indulge in a relaxing dip in the campground pool, battle it out with fellow campers over a friendly game of billiards, or indulge in a delicious scoop of ice cream at the on-site shop. Breakfast and dinner service offers an opportunity to not only savor delicious food, but also to swap the day's stories with fellow campers. With campsites and cabin's nestled in the lap of mother nature, KOA is a great place to reconnect with nature and let your worries melt away.
Belton Chalet is a historic hotel and landmark that dates back to the early 1910s. Set in the beautiful Glacier National Park, this lodge is a popular place for a day trip as well as an overnight stay. Rooms here come with en-suite facilities with several having private balconies. Though fully equipped with modern facilities like microwaves, gas heaters and mini-fridges, the two cottages have no phone or TV. The full restaurant and bar serves up fresh local produce, game and cold beers, wines and other spirits. Enjoy live music performances and breath-taking views of the national park during your stay here.