Welcome to Bad Rock B&B in Columbia Falls, Montana, located on the west side of Glacier National Park. This unique B&B has a lodge style main house and three log cabins on ten acres in the Flathead Valley; an intimate setting with a panoramic views of the Glacier area mountains. Every attention is given to personalized service. Bad Rock B&B is the ideal place for a quiet, peaceful, reprieve from the world. Come back after a busy day to wonderful mountain views, and a quiet place to unwind. The sunsets are a bonus! Columbia Falls is central in the valley with all towns and Glacier Park within a 20 minute drive. We have five guest rooms in the log cabins, each with a private entry and private bath. Three guest rooms, each with private bath outdoor decks and private entrances are available in the main house. Private phones are in each room. Wake to a full, freshly prepared breakfast, and join us later for afternoon refreshments. In addition, in the main house there is a bar/den area with guest computer, a leather sofa and loveseat are available for all guests to visit or relax. High speed internet and a wide screen TV are available there as well. Out back is a large game room with TV/DVD, guest laundry, pool table, air hockey and professional exercise equipment. A full kitchen with outdoor gas grill is also available here. No TV is available in guest rooms. Recreation equipment is available at no charge. It includes hiking packs and sticks, bear spray, ice chests, CD tours of the park, hiking books, mountain bikes, kayaks, snow shoes and cross country skis.
Located on the upper level of the main house, overlooks the garden, waterfall and Bad Rock Junction. A private west-facing balcony has spectacular sunset views to Big Mountain. With a queen bed and European decor, it has a private bathroom with a tub/shower combination. Private entrance from the balcony.
Nightly Rate: $125 - $185
Located on the upper level of the main house, it has a private balcony with outside entrance and a view of the Swan Mountains. With a queen bed and Asian decor, it has a private bath with a tub/shower combination and a sitting area with two daybeds.
Nightly Rate: $125 - $195
Located on the lower level of the main house, it overlooks the garden and Bad Rock Junction. With a queen bed and a western motif, it has a private bathroom with a shower. Private outside entrance.
Nightly Rate: $125 - $165
The newly renovated Swan Mountain Cabin (Room 4) is the largest of the Junction Rooms. It has a second story bedroom with a built in king bed, sitting area, half bath and balcony. The first floor has a queen sofa sleeper, 4 chair dinette and a full bathroom with tub/shower combination.
Nightly Rate: $150 - $225
These rooms in Bad Rock Junction feature custom furniture hand-crafted of rustic lodge-pole pine, a refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, air conditioning and a cozy gas log fireplace. The Avalanche Lake (Room 5) and Hidden Lake (Room 6) each have a king bed and sitting area centered on the gas log fireplace. A queen pull out sofa bed is also located in each room. Front porches offer beautiful mountain views to the east while decks out back offer views to the Whitefish Mountains and ski resort.
Nightly Rate: $125 - $190
Every room in Bad Rock Junction features custom furniture hand-crafted of rustic lodge-pole pine, a refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, air conditioning and a cozy gas log fireplace. The St. Mary Lake (Room 7) and MacDonald Lake (Room 8) each have a spacious living area with table and chairs and two queen beds to make room for the whole family. Two queen beds are located in each room. Front porches offer beautiful mountain views to the east while decks out back offer views to the Whitefish Mountains and ski resort.
Nightly Rate: $125 - $195
Private home with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. Full kitchen, dining room, living room and laundry. Sleeping accommodations for eight people. Next door to the B&B. Breakfast included and all amenities of the B&B are available to guests.
Nightly Rate: $150 - $350
4.6 on February 17, 2014
I still reminisce about our trip to Glacier and Bad Rock was a key reason. For my 50th birthday celebration my wife included this stay for two nights. The western feel of the cottage, its cleanliness, scenery, campfire at night, and fabulous breakfast made it so memorable. Thanks! We can't wait to come again sometime.
4.4 on September 14, 2011
We decided to stay at Bad Rock because we needed to be near the Kalispell Airport and nothing was available in Whitefish Bay. I think we were lucky! Bad Rock turned out to be one of the nicer B&Bs we have stayed at. The Inn Keepers give you the run of the house and always have complementary wine available. Our room was large, well furnished and comfortable. There is a computer available for those wanting internet access. And breakfast was great. Mark knows the area restaurants well and made a great recommendation. We would highly recommend Bad Rock.
4.8 on July 21, 2011
My wife and I married on July 4th, 2011, and we wanted a place to stay near Glacier for our honeymoon. We searched around and went with a Bed and Breakfast choice for accomodations. After reading reviews of Bad Rock, we made the decision to stay here, and we are both so glad we did. On our first morning, my wife awoke with an eye issue that needed medical attention. Mark, the owner, was quick to call around and find us a place to seek help. We didn't make Glacier park that day as we ended up needing two appointments to see an eye specialist. The morning meals that were provided to us were exceptional. We enjoyed each and every one of them. Meals were plentyful and came with plenty of coffee and juice. We met many people during our stay from all over this country as well as other countries. We also met people who were repeat clients to Bad Rock. Mark is a very personable and enjoyable owner. We loved our conversations with him. Bad rock provides everything you might need if you forget something, and even offers a complimentary beer and wine treat every night if you so wish. Highly recommend Bad Rock!! You won't be sorry.
Kalispell, MT (FCA-Glacier Park Intl.) 11 miles
Kalispell Highway 93 and Highway 2 intersction (Main St at Idaho Street). Idaho St. is Hwy 2. Take Hwy 2 East 2.0 miles,to the next major intersection, staying in the most right lane. This intersection is confusing. DO NOT follow the directional signs reading "Columbia Falls/West Glacier". Stay in the right lane (Hwy 35 "Bigfork sign)go straight through the intersection. The road now becomes Highway 35 and the directional sign reads "Bigfork". Stay on Highway 35 for 5 miles to Highway 206 (there is a Conoco station and a small golf course on the left). The directional sign reads "Columbia Falls/West Glacier". Turn left onto Highway 206. Go 7.1 miles (11.36 km) north on Highway 206 to Bad Rock Drive. A "Frey’s Meat Cutting" sign is on the left just before Bad Rock Drive. Our sign and a blue and white sign reading "Markle Pottery" is on the northwest corner of the intersection. Turn left onto Bad Rock Drive and go 0.8 miles (1.28 km) to the first stop sign. Cross the intersection and go 0.1 miles to the first driveway on your left: Bad Rock Bed and Breakfast.
Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Lake, National/State parks, Nature area, River, Rodeo, Ski area
BBQ grill, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Desk, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, TV, TV Video games, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar , full guest kitchen, pool table, air hockey, exercise equipment, weight machine, bicyles
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Mark & Serena Jackson
Bacon Wrapped Polenta
Thick peppered bacon baked around polenta with egg, cheeses, green onion and thyme. This is served on a bed of baby greens with fresh bacon/red wine vinegaret.