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Bunks, cabins, tepees. This place had it all. We stayed in a tepee. Bring your own sleeping bag and fire wood. Although you can hire bedding if needed.
Great atmosphere. Rough road of seven miles or so to get there. But it slows you rather...More
If you want to visit an outside toilet, have no internet or electricity for a few days then this is the place for you. But that's the whole point. And it's wonderful. It would benefit from a road sign saying Polebridge about 20 miles earlier...More
There's something about this place that seems to bring out the best in people--I didn't meet an unfriendly face in the whole week I spent here. The proprietor, Oliver, is very helpful, but can be no-nonsense. It's hard to accommodate a large group of people...More
Loved our stay at the Square Peg Cabin, a rustic homestead a stone's throw from the Polebridge Mercantile. Being greeted by the genuinely friendly owner and shown the basics of lighting a propane lamp (the only source of light 'sides the good Lord's golden orb)...More
My best friend and I worked in Glacier Nat'l Park in college and go back whenever we can. We'd visited Polebridge several times, but never spent the night. Square Peg was perfect; comfortable and homey. You should know, though, that Polebridge is totally off the...More
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I'm a female Brit travelling to Montana in June and would like to stay in a hostel for around a week. As I'm alone I would like to stay somewhere where the guests mingle and there are maybe organised tours and stuff. Also need to be near a store as I won't have a car. Is this the place? Any advice appreciated, Natalie
3 March 2015|
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As far as mingling guests this is a great place but there are no organized tours and stuff in this area of Glacier Park. We have a store and restaurant nearby but there is no public transportation to get up... More
As far as mingling guests this is a great place but there are no organized tours and stuff in this area of Glacier Park. We have a store and restaurant nearby but there is no public transportation to get up here-
I recommend Brownies Hostel in East Glacier!
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"see above. dogs are allowed in cabins and tipis but not in the house - it matters for people who have..."