There is so much to love about this historic 1906 Barn restored into a luxury vacation rental. The family-friendly vacation home is located in East Glacier Park. This property is located in East Glacier just above Midvale Creek at the edge of town. It features a spectacular view of the mountains, creek, and beaver pond, all viewable from large upper and lower decks. It sits on a large private lot with a 10-foot fence that was once used to enclose my father’s buffalo. The lot is spacious in both front and back and features the perfect family atmosphere with lots of room for your children to run and play on the lawn.
The barn is rustic yet beautifully modern, it has a new interior complete with all of the luxuries you need for a comfortable vacation stay. It features a main floor with a living room, kitchen, and bathroom. This floor has a TV, queen size hide a bed, all modern kitchen appliances, a bar with 3 stools, and a lower bar/table with chairs. The bathroom has a large walk-in tile shower complete with a bench and rain head shower head. Also on the main floor is a separate bedroom with a separate/private entrance accessible from the lower deck. This sunroom is small yet charming and includes a queen size bed, dresser, full bathroom, and TV. Upstairs you’ll find an entertainment center, a queen size hide bed, a small bathroom with a bathtub, and a king-size bed.
The views from the upper deck are spectacular. Relax with your family or friends in this perfect Glacier getaway. Enjoy preparing homemade meals in the fully stocked kitchen or wind down on the deck after your hike and continue to enjoy the mountain views. You’ll enjoy the air-conditioned accommodations at this vacation home which offers coffee/tea makers and hair dryers. The rooms open to balconies, kitchens offer refrigerators, stovetops, microwaves, and cookware, dishes, and utensils. The bathrooms include showers. Guests can surf the web using complimentary wireless Internet access. The luxury rental is located in East Glacier Park in the mountains. Guest who is looking for a bit of culture can stop by the Museum of the Plains Indian, while those wishing to experience the area’s natural beauty can explore Glacier National Park and Waterton Glacier International Peace Park. The following are just a couple of things to do in the area.
Crown of the Continent. A showcase of melting glaciers, alpine meadows, carved valleys, and spectacular lakes. With over 700 miles of trails, Glacier is a paradise for adventurous visitors seeking wilderness steeped in human history. Relive the days of old through historic chalets, lodges, and the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road. Glacier National Park’s glaciers support the American way of life by contributing meltwater to irrigation for agriculture, cold streams for wildlife, and lakes for recreation. The melting of the park’s glaciers does have consequences, but for many people glacier retreat itself has become enough reason for concern. The national park was named for its many active glaciers. Losing these glaciers may be a lesson about the significance of the crisis.