The GuestHouse Inn & Suites And Outlaw Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe GuestHouse Inn & Suites And Outlaw Convention Center Kalispell
We stayed at the guest house inn which used to be the outlaw inn and the previous two owners let it go to pot. It was bought out of bankruptcy by the current owners who have a total of tem properties. We are in a very nice suite reason ably priced have been her for fourteen nights pand have two nights left the hotel people have been very nice and tone very friendly hotel clerk named Elvis has been especially helpful in seeing that we are getting good service. Hot waffles and best sausage gravy of anywhere on the trip so far. A typical day is he'len getting up at five a.m. And walking a mile or two and then a hot breakfast traveling eighty or a hundred miles . Stopping to see pointsfinding a place to stay . Helen fixes a lot of our meals in the hotel rooms we have been buying a lot of del
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