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Silverwolf Log Chalet Resort
Published Date: Jul, 7, 2020 Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2020 Rating: 1
At Silverwolf Resort be sure to verify cancelation requirements
I called the property owner to ask questions and he convinced me to book directly with him rather than going through Trip Advisor/Booking.com. Big mistake! When the confirmation came in the cancelation requirement was very different than shown on the Trip Advisor/Booking site. The confirmation contract said that cancellation was free only if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. This is very misleading. So I canceled prior to the 60 days (because large portions of Glacier National Park will not open at all this year). Two weeks later the credit has still not been applied to our credit card. Before booking with this property, be sure you understand all the fine print regarding cancelation.
Susan F from: Lake Wales, Florida
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jul, 5, 2020 Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2020 Rating: 5
Best part of the trip!
The chalet was so cute. The breakfast was the best of our whole trip. Giant Muffins, fresh fruit, and cereal. Very nicely maintained property. The water in the bathroom could have been a bit hotter but that is probably my only complaint.
Global_Traveller11 from: Salt Lake City, Utah
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Oct, 7, 2019 Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019 Rating: 5
Nice wooden cabins near Glacier
So I don’t believe that this place should be called a “resort” because there are no special facilities or amenities. However, the rooms are nice and comfortable, quiet (other than the occasional late night train - but this is probably a problem with all the nearby accommodations)
They provide a small basket of breakfast items such as fruit, muffin and cereal. There is a coffee pot and fridge with milk and juice provided.
The people here were very nice and helpful.
Mary L from: New Hampshire
Published Date: Sep, 24, 2019 Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019 Rating: 5
Peaceful mountain and just seconds from a highway!
Silver Wolf Log Chalets. We spent an overnight, hoping to enjoy Glacier Park on a Sunday afternoon and Monday morning. But it rained and parts of the Going to the Sun Road were socked in by pea soup fog. When we arrived at this sweet log cabin, so close to (but it felt so far from) the "highway", designed and built in the Amish way, nestled amongst other log cabins in beautiful natural landscaping, I “let go” of my disappointment and felt immediately warm, welcomed, and at peace. We had a microwave, fridge, access to a freezer, an electrci "fireplace" heater, and so on. We had asked for a quiet cabin, and it was soooo peaceful! The only “negative” (if this bothers you) is that the wall between the bathroom and living area did not extend all the way to the ceiling- it’s part of the design- so the bathroom light illuminated both rooms. This didn't bother us at all. In fact, in my dreams, I'd love to come back with my extended family and rent the whole place out!
- Value: 5
- Cleanliness: 5
- Service: 5
RobHum from: Chicago, Illinois
Published Date: Sep, 19, 2019 Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019 Rating: 5
Stay in your own cabin
Very roomy cabins with ample porch nicely decorated and love the gas fire stove. Highly recommend this property. Jason, the proprietor and the staff were extremely courteous and helpful. This property is high on the value scale. A mere six or seven miles from the entrance to Glacier National Park it is the perfect launch pad for exploring the park. Weekday rates are excellent. Would definitely stay here again. Oh, thank you for a real coffee maker instead of those pod things.
- Location: 5
- Cleanliness: 5
- Service: 5