Good Medicine Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Historical Traveler Reviews Good Medicine Lodge Whitefish
The best remedy is Good Medicine!
I visit Whitefish very often. In the past three years, I have stayed at seven inns, hotels and condos.
The Good Medicine Lodge is, by far, my favorite Inn.
Woody and Betsy, the InnKeepers, really know food and table service. The breakfast each morning was delicious. We sampled their homemade granola, baked pears with almond strudrel topping, a pancake and fruit dish (it was so filling we skipped lunch) and an egg filled herbed scone with dill sauce and asparagus.
You can also fill up during the day on Betsy's mammoth chocolate chip cookies that are out on the bar with coffee, hot chocolate, teas etc.
Our room was beautiful. Quiet, clean, warm, romantic. We stayed in the king suite with the private sitting room. The Swiss shower was heavenly and the jet tub was huge and soothing. There is nothing like a modern & luxurious bath and Woody and Betsy understand weary traveler's need a serene enviroment. There are great little touches everywhere such as a bedside CD player with romantic music, cold water in a carafe each day in your room and the daily weather report on a sweet little card. I should add that the Inn is absolutely spotless. Not a trace of dust anywhere. Woody explained they have a filtration system and Good Medicine is the place to go if you have allegeries. The decor is typical Montana Lodge style. There are beautiful books and collectibles on display. The Inn showcases local artists every three months in the Breakfast Room. They also have beautiful Whitefish Pottery for sale.
Even though the Good Medicine is on Wisconsin Ave., which by Whitefish standards can be a busy street at times, our room was so quiet all I could hear was my husband 's snoring. It is right across the street from McGarry's restaruant and just minutes from downtown Whitefish and ten minutes from the Big Mountain Ski Resort.
Check out Good Medicine- perfect!
Do Not Miss this Gem !!!!
My wife and I would like to pass along one of the best kept secrets of the Flathead Valley which is the Good Medicine Lodge Bed & Breakfast located in Whitefish, Montana. We are satisfied repeat visitors of this wonderful down home B&B. The hosts, Woody and Betsy, will make you feel right at home with fabulous cooking and great hospitality. The rooms are spacious and comfortable and the B&B amenities include high speed internet, big screen TV, hot tub and afternoon wine & appetizers, what more could you want. The
property is spotless and the Valley scenery is breathtaking, everything is within minutes including skiing, all types of winter & summer sports and great shopping according to my wife. Take a look for yourself at [--] you will not be disappointed.
Ian & Julie Sanderson
Nothing but the BEST!
My husband and I just spent 10 glorious days at the Good Medicine. Nothing but the BEST! The hospitality was super, the breakfasts outstanding and the Inn itself is a triple quadruple diamond! I would recommend in a heartbeat! The sadest part of our trip was that we had to leave! Thank you for a great time!
Glad we did not miss this B&B!
This really is a wonderful place! The house is beautifully decorated, lots of books and games.
Amazing breakfast variety, complimentary snacks and wine (very creative), a book full with dinner recommendations, guest computer with free internet access, guest laundry.
The master suite made us feel like honeymooners: livingroom on your "private" landing, bedroom with huge bed, cd-player, fireplace and balcony; immaculate bathroom with jacuzzi, state of the art shower.
But most of all we enjoyed our stay because of Woody and Betsy, who are great hosts: friendly, attentive and sensitive. Their dinner recommendations were very useful. We walked to the "Dire Wolf": good food, laid-back. And we had the "Prelude Dinner" at the "Corner House Grille": excellent three-course-dinner with wine (under 20 $) , nice presentation, friendly service.
We highly recommend the Good Medicine Lodge! Don't look further!
A Summer Pardise in Whitefish
The Good Medicine Lodge was the perfect place for a lovely get away to Whitefish, Montana. Woody and Betsy made us feel very welcome. They checked us in and then showed us around the lodge. Once we put our bags away Woody invited us to have a cocktail and some snacks. The rooms were spacious and immaculate. The Breakfast in the morning was wonderful. It was nice visiting with the other guests in the dining room. We would highly recommend this lodge to anyone visiting Glacier National Park.
What a Place!
A great B&B! Woody and Betsy have a top notch operation. They cater to their guests and top it off with a super brekfast selection. The rooms are second to none. If you're looking for a B & B in Whitefish, look no further!
Good medicine at the good medicine lodge
Excellent hospitality. The rooms are exceptionally nice with top quality accomodations. The breakfasts were delicious.
Best B&B we'be stayed in!
We loved our experience. Good Medicine Lodge was comfortable and welcoming from the moment we arrived. I felt as though I was returning home at the end of every day. It is very conviently located... within walking distance of town and multiple restaurants. The owners/hosts are wonderful. They welcomed us daily with great breakfasts and yummy cookies throughout the day. I highly recommend GML if you plan to travel to Whitefish.
Loved it ! We'll be back !
Wonderful lodge... immaculate, warm, inviting, peaceful -- great restaurant just across the street... we'll be coming back :)
Wonderful B&B -- You'll love it here...
After leaving the Hidden Moose B&B we had originally booked in Whitefish because it was downright dirty -- we stumbled across a vacancy at the Good Medicine Lodge --
We stayed 4 nights and it just wasn't long enough. The owners -- Woody & Betsy -- and Juanita the chef -- felt like visiting family ! (the kind of family members you actually LIKE ! ;) Juanita's cooking made me (a non-breakfast eater) actually want to eat breakfast... Excellent food every morning...
A complimentary glass of wine and a snack was waiting when we got back to the lodge each night. There is an excellent restaurant named McCrary's just across the street -- fabulous food and wine...
This is a restful, warm, inviting, and immaculate B&B that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend to anyone headed this way -- you'll be glad you stayed there.
TripAdvisor Reviews Good Medicine Lodge Whitefish
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