4.8 on August 26, 2011
This is a charming B&B, nestled in a grove of trees with lots of grass in the very large yard. We stayed for two nights and awoke in the mornings to find lots of deer in the back yard, including three fawns who proceeded to entertain us with their frolicking. The rooms are very quiet and the bed was the most comfortable bed I've ever slept in in my life. Megan is an outstanding cook and the gourmet breakfasts would satisfy anyone's appetite. I, personally, don't usually eat breakfast, but couldn't resist the tempting plates set before me each morning. This is a great place to stay and we would definitely stay again when we are in the area.
4.4 on February 24, 2011
We enjoyed our stay. The room was very clean and nicely decorated. Things we didn't expect were 1. The hot tub is not available for use during the winter. 2. The bathroom for the room we were staying in (Wilderness Queen) had a private bathroom but you had to go out into the hall to get to it. The breakfast was very gourmet, the innkeeper very friendly and helpful with advice about the area, and the bathtub was awesome for soaking in.
5 on September 15, 2009
We went to Bigfork and stayed at the Candlewycke Inn sight unseen and loved them both. Megan's hospitality offers a good location, a charming inn, attention to detail and creative and delicious breakfasts. We would like to return.
4.4 on June 29, 2009
Everything from the moment we arrived until departure was simply wonderful. The setting, hospitality, food, etc. was top notch.
5 on June 22, 2009
We stayed at Candlewycke Inn while attending a family wedding in Big Fork. It was a wonderful experience. Restful setting....bountiful and delicious breakfast....comfortable bed.....large room with lots of elbow room. Megan & Steve are great hosts!
4.6 on June 19, 2009
Home was immaculate, breakfasts were outstanding. Met other nice guests. Very comfortable stay.
5 on March 17, 2009
Very friendly, clean, beautiful home! Great value! Wonderful food and service! Wonderful nights stay! Megan was so nice and helpful! Thank you! Will definately definately return and recommend to all!
5 on January 08, 2009
We stayed for New Years Eve and Megan and Steve are wonderful hosts. Great food, played games, and the accomodations are outstanding. The deer are literally at the back door peeking in at the guests. Beautiful tranquil surroundings. We are locals and would recommend to all! We will be back!! Thank you Megan and Steve
4.6 on August 24, 2008
Excellent accomodations - great breakfast - highly recommend.
5 on August 16, 2008
At the end of a week of tough hiking in the Glacier National Park with my wife, the most beautiful mountains I found so far on the American continent, the Candlewycke Inn turned out to be an oasis of quiet, elegant and friendly rest place. We will recommend it to all friends who are willing to take on the 10 hrs. door-to-door trip which we had to endure from our East Coast abode. It is well worth it although in the same time we could have been in Europe. At least you do not need a passport. The in-depth knowledge of local dining by the gracious, friendly and helpful hosts, all 4 of them including the pets, is worth mentioning in addition to all the superlatives that the other guests have rightly heaped on them. They had all the menus in town available to us, with “inside” tips for what to order and what to avoid, depending on your personal tastes. And restaurants in Bigfork are truly worth patronizing: a surprising wealth of choices and quality in what we thought was a remote place. I am afraid it will not remain a secret for very long.
5 on July 21, 2008
When we pick the Candlewycke, we did not expect anything great, but as soon as we walk into the house, our first impression is "whoa". The Candlewycke is really a very beautiful house convienently located near the town with a touch of wilderness at the back of their backyard. The room is really spacious and really make you feel like home. The host, Megan, Steve, Princess (the dog) and Bandit (the cat) are extremely friendly. Megan and Steve are very helpful with infomation of the area, too. Megan's breakfast is really wonderful!! This is a B&B that really worth the price.
5 on July 04, 2008
The Candlewyck Inn is a wonderful B&B! Megan and Steve were great hosts and the breakfasts were great! From the moment we walked into the house, we didn't have to plan anything, Megan did everything for us. The rooms and bathrooms are huge, and very cute. This is a place I will visit again within the next year.
4.8 on May 04, 2007
This Inn deserves the travellers' attention and patronage. "Beyond expectation" doesn't quite cover the attention to detail and the sincere helpfulness of the owner/operators. The rugged wilderness of NW Montana should forever be a top attraction in this region of the USA. We were greatly inspired and uncommonly well treated at the Inn and around the state of Montana. Can't wait for an encore visit !
4.4 on April 24, 2007
We had a wonderful stay at Candlewycke. The hosts are very customer focused, the place is tucked in the trees where the deer actually came to the porch to feed, and the breakfasts were definitely world class! Comfortable and quiet, we hope to return again someday.