Loved our stay at the Square Peg Cabin, a rustic homestead a stone’s throw from the Polebridge Mercantile. Being greeted by the genuinely friendly owner and shown the basics of lighting a propane lamp (the only source of light ‘sides the good Lord’s golden orb) was a bit unnerving for us city dwellers, but we quickly settled into the off-the-gird community life of the itsy-bitsy town of Polebridge. The surrounding area is gorgeous and it’s oh-so-easy to take it in when you’re sipping local brews at the log built restaurant adjacent to the Merc. The cabin has three double beds (bring your own sheets or pay $5 a set) and a solar shower nearby. Outhouse is nice – apparently it was featured in a book about outhouses, LOL! Overall, would absolutely stay here again if visiting Glacier National Park. Weeknights ran around $100/night.
Stayed August 2015, traveled as a couple