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After an incredible day of Glacier National Park adventure, come and relax at the Glacier Guides Lodge. Located just half a mile from “downtown” West Glacier, Montana, and the west entrance to Glacier National Park, our quiet, peaceful Lodge is your perfect Glacier National Park lodging. Built in 2010 to many LEED certified specifications, our Lodge is modern, clean, and eco-friendly.
Included with your stay, our friendly Lodge Keeper will prepare you a delicious, healthy continental breakfast each morning and can pack you the perfect trail lunch, too. We source our food locally and organically whenever possible. In the evening, enjoy reading on the Lodge’s many porches, or surfing the free WiFi or Dish Network TV. Our Lodge is quiet and cozy in part because only two people may stay in any room, including children. We are not able to bend this rule, but if you have a larger group, we can offer you a solution! If you’re looking for the perfect Glacier National Park guest house for your family or friends, keep reading.
The Glacier Guides Guest House comfortably sleeps 8-12 and is conveniently located 1.5 miles from the Glacier National Park entrance in West Glacier. This three bedroom, three bath guest house has all the comforts of home. Our guest house is the ideal Glacier National Park lodging for families and larger groups. It has a full size kitchen, living room, dining area, and entertainment area — including a big screen TV and a foosball table! Sunbathe and surf the free Wifi on the southwest facing deck. There are 3 queen beds, 2 twin beds, and a fold out couch.
Whether you’re staying at our Lodge or in our Guest House, you’ll have the perfect base for white water rafting, scenic floating, day hiking, and fly fishing in and around Glacier National Park with Glacier Guides and Montana Raft! We’re proud to offer our guests modern, comfortable, environmentally friendly Glacier National Park lodging.
Want to hike into the heart of Glacier National Park and watch the sunsets and sunrises light up the mountains while you sip coffee or your beverage of choice? Not so sure you want to carry a big pack or sleep in a tent? Love Glacier National Park and Great Northern Railway history? Our guided overnight trip to unique backcountry Glacier National Park lodging, the historic stone hut called Granite Park Chalet may be the perfect fit for you.