Our bunkhouse is adjoining our detached garage, with a southern exposure. It is accessed via a gravel lane and upon arriving, the guesthouse door is the first one you will see. It is located minutes south of the Canadian border at the Roosville crossing, and minutes from the town of Eureka, several large lakes, two golf courses, world-class hiking, biking, and trail riding. The guesthouse has been thoughtfully furnished to create a welcoming environment and guarantee a comfortable stay.
“The bunkhouse at the border is a wonderful accommodation. Super clean, spacious and handy to town (about 3 miles north). Also a very pretty setting. Since we're in Eureka fairly often, we'll definitely be returning. This is a great place and we can't wait to come back. Thanks, Leslie!”
Authentic sheepherder wagon on 6 wooded acres that sleeps up to two people. Wagon is in a campground with five other sites and guests have access to common bathroom, shower house, fire ring, and kitchen area.
“I stayed in the sheepherder wagon for 4 nights. This was an incredibly peaceful and unique experience -- especially since I am very interested in the idea of "tiny" living and being "almost off-the-grid" [my phone still worked]. The site is set-off in the foothills (away from any sound or sight of town). It was more than comfortable! I am definitely going back! THANK YOU MARY for putting together such an amazing space! I also enjoyed learning a little history from the experience.”
A short distance off Highway 93 between Whitefish and Eureka, The Hideaway will enhance your visit to Northwest Montana. Nestled near Grave Creek, a sweeping vista invites you to continue on to Therriault Lakes and the serenity of Ten Lakes Scenic Area. No traffic, no city lights and only a pleasant half mile walk to an award winning brewery. Or, stay in and enjoy your own home cooking, watch TV by the faux fireplace and let the massaging recliner work out the kinks. High speed fiber internet.
“I was absolutely blown away by this stay. I spent most of my time in the massage chair reading. Everything was so fresh and clean that you can feel it when you walk in. Very natural so it felt like home, not like a stuffy hotel or like you were staying in someone else's place. There are so many thoughtful touches, comfortable beds, as well as Theoroda's kindness, and the view of the mountains and forest is breathtaking. It is no wonder this place is a rare find as it is top notch to be booked ASAP if you find it is open. I didnt bring my toddler, but I wouldn't hesitate to. I hope to stay here any time I need alone time in a serene location as I'm only an hour away. Cant beat the price, well worth every cent.”