With just two suites, guests are afforded undivided attention. Every detail and client need has been anticipated, which is evident in the very modern rooms with private, adjoining spa-like bathrooms, loads of tile and beautiful fixtures, soaking tubs, and walk-in showers.
You will be delighted with the white organic bed linens and the gorgeous color schemes, room appointments, and original artwork. The suites have adjoining sitting areas - comfortable, yet sleek and modern furnishings, and of course, views of Flathead.
In the baths, there are cotton robes. For those concerned about the planet, as we all should be, the bath linens are white/organic and there is complimentary Beekind (green) bath gel and a shampoo/conditioner combo. Some of the proceeds are donated by Gilchrist & Soames to saving our threated bee population.
Bose sound systems and satellite service are also featured.
The "Freya" - named for the Norwegian goddess of fertility - is on the B&B entry level; this is a smaller, more intimate setting. From the private, entry terrarium door off the deck you can view the lake. A blue and chocolate color palette throughout, this suite features a three-arm blue, Italian blown glass chandelier over the bed and matching sconces - I have had the glass which was my mother's for these many years and I believe it is now truly home.
The god of war is the namesake of the lower level "Odin" suite; The entire west wall is windows and lake and massive tree views abound. After going through the double french door entry off the sitting area, you are in the larger suite, which accommodates massive, two-tone maple furnishings, unique room appointments and original artwork. Plush, sage green carpeting in the sitting area and suite itself, compliments the chinese red, green, and black palette.