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We stayed at the Smokey Bear Ranch for 5 nights and were truly spoiled by Nancy, Scott and Maxie, the Newfy (who never failed to greet us).. The delicious extravagant breakfasts truly made us feel spoiled. We also enjoyed our customized sack lunch with all...More
We stayed with Nancy & Scott for 4 days while on our honeymoon. The accommodations could not be nicer and the food was GREAT!!! My husband is an avid fly fisherman and Smoky Bear is a hidden gem. Scott and Nancy set us up with...More
Well the pictures of the cabin I rented on the HomeAway app were misleading as when we arrived the owner showed us the cabin. Now mind you I am 64 and have a pea sized bladder. The owner opens the door and puts his hand...More
This was a perfect refuge for our 3 day stay at Glacier. Scott, Nancy and Maxie the Newfy were perfect hosts. Their experience and love of the area helped us
to find our way. Breakfasts were delicious, beautiful quilts cover the walls and beds....why does...More
There are inns, and there are INNS! The Smoky Bear Ranch, and its owners Scott and Nancy, were the very best part of my visit to Glacier National Park.
I was at the end of a two week road trip through the western US. I...More
US$ 111 - US$ 326 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi, I am interested in two nights with you in June to explore West Glacier. I have a couple questions. 1) What time do you usually serve breakfast for guests? We like to get going fairly early. 2) What is the easier route to the W. Glacier entrance? I see Blakenship to the 2. Is this an easy drive? 3) I am traveling with my kids, 15yr old daughter and 11yr old son. Would we be welcome? Thank you in advance.
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My husband and I stayed at Smoky Bear Ranch last September, and it was fabulous, however, I seem to remember something about restrictions on children in the main lodge - but don't remember the specifics. I checked and can't... More
My husband and I stayed at Smoky Bear Ranch last September, and it was fabulous, however, I seem to remember something about restrictions on children in the main lodge - but don't remember the specifics. I checked and can't find it on the website, but it used to be there someplace... maybe it has changed. There is a cabin option, but that doesn't include breakfast, which was WONDERFUL. I don't remember what time, but I'm thinking it was 8 AM. The route you mentioned for getting to West Glacier from there was a good one, and Nancy and Scott were really helpful with directions and suggestions, they know the area REALLY well! I hope this helps you... to contact them directly to find out about their policy on kids, the phone number is: 1-800-555-3806.
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"Rooms in the lodge are more convenient, and comfy"