Bewertet am 20.09.2019
The Inn is all done in Pine wood, including the rooms. First this place is off the beaten path. It's mainly for train geeks, and winter time also for cross country skies. The rooms are small, mine had a double bed, straight back wood chair. Fairly large Armoire which had 3 drawers in it. two night stands, one with a lamp the other with a electric clock. The bathroom sink was in the sleeping area, the shower was fine, nice towels, firm bed. Room was clean, there was a ceiling fan and light the heat was via a steam radiator. The rooms have no TV's, nor phone, nor A/C. The Inn does have a restaurant and bar, food prices a bit pricey, but they have you. You could drive about one hour to White Fish the closest town. Mostly older folks like myself were there, some younger folks. They do have Caboose's that you may rent to stay in, plus one locomotive. The food was very good, it closes about 9 PM the bar is in the basement they close around 10 or 11 depending on business. The bar does have 2 TV's. OH the Wi- Fi is spotty at best, you only get it in the lobby and bar area guessing the restaurant as well. The train stops very close the the Inn, they have a driver pick you up and take you back to the stop. Glacier National Park is the reason for our visit, but we arrived on the 15th of Sept and many places had closed for the season already. Not so in White Fish, but places close to the Park. The Park closed the two roads that you use the enter the park, we could only drive to Logan Pass via the Eastern road, and not sure how far we got on the Western road. We got to The Cedar Trail, which is very picturesque..