Description: Home on the Range Bed & Breakfast is situated on 11.5 acres, are located on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Elmo, overlooking Flathead Lake, its islands and the mission Mountains. Their location affords the opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty and serenity of rural life, while being conveniently situated between Polson and Kalispell with Whitefish and Bigfork nearby. Glacier National Park, beautiful Lake Mary Ronan and various ski areas are only a few of many attractions just a pleasant car ride away.
Accommodations in the Bed & Breakfast include four guest rooms each with its own theme; Native American, Cowboy, Lodge and Americana, each with a queen size log bed. The Americana comes with a private bath. The sun deck off the living room allows for a thoroughly relaxing experience in summer while the floor to ceiling stone fireplace enhances the cozy surroundings in winter. During breakfast, see if you are among those who are able to view the image of the Indian Maiden in Chief Cliff! The recreational room provides entertainment in the form of games, satellite TV and player piano. While enjoying the grounds, swing gently under the willow tree, then have a game of bocce or horseshoes.
So, whether you are in need of a place to rest in between travel destinations, seeking a place where you can cleanse your mind of the hustle and bustle of city life, or seeking accommodations which will enhance the memories of a small wedding, family reunion or a retreat, the serenity and natural beauty of 'God's country' at Home on the Range Bed and Breakfast will be most satisfying.
Easily accessible by car off Highway 93 and international airports, come and enjoy the 360 views of the Lake, Islands and Mountains and more at Home on the Range Bed and Breakfast.
Directions: Home on the Range Bed & Breakfast is located on the west side of Flathead Lake in Elmo, between Polson and Kalispell
.From Kalispell airport: Highway 93 south to mile marker 80; right onto Gunbarrel Lane
.From Missoula airport: Highway 93 north; 2.5 miles past Route 28; left onto Gunbarrel Lane.