Our chalet sits in a quiet neighborhood, centrally located between Whitefish Mountain Resort and downtown Whitefish. Walking/biking distance to downtown shops and restaurants and a five minute drive to Whitefish Golf Course. Glacier National Park is only thirty minutes away.
Enjoy rustic mountain scenery and privacy in this comfortable cedar chalet. Our home was recently decorated in a classic Montana style complete with all new furniture. Features 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large fully equipped open kitchen, vaulted ceilings, huge bright windows and a spacious living area with wood burning fireplace. The Master bedroom has a king sized bed and if more space is needed, two twin Murphy beds suitable for kids can be opened up. The second master bedroom has a queen sized bed and a completely remodelled bathroom. This home comfortably sleeps four adults and two children.
The large front deck provides partial lake views and full sun, while the back deck is a private and shaded area perfect for enjoying the 6 person hot tub.
iPod docking station
washer and dryer
well stocked kitchen
heated garage is outfitted with a ski/board waxing area.
THIS IS A VACATION HOME AND DOES NOT HAVE TO BE SWAPPED SIMULTANEOUSLY. There is an international airport 15 minutes from our cabin - with direct flights from San Francisco and Las Vegas. Our permanent home is in Canada, one hour from Banff National Park and could be part of the package.
Outdoor activities: Whitefish is a great holiday location for all seasons. Glacier National Park, Whitefish Mountain Resort, Whitefish Lake, Flathead Lake, four golf courses within 20 minutes, fishing, swimming, beach, hiking, zip line, mountain biking, rafting and scenic lift rides.
From VOGUE January 2012
"Located in the wilds of northwestern Montana, Whitefish is an authentic Western town lined with colorful clapboard buildings. Enjoying a dream location, it is a half hour from the wonders of Glacier National Park and ten minutes from the heady downhill skiing at the Whitefish Mountain Resort. Despite an impressive roster of celebrity fans, the town continues to be known for its lack of pretension and the locals are determined to keep it that way. But by no means does this mean they’re devoid of attractions about which to boast: The people of Whitefish take pride in having Montana’s only professional Equity theater company (with John Lithgow on the board), a variety of art galleries, and its own literary magazine, the Whitefish Review.