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About Us


Here's a little background information about your host Marguerite Kaminski and about the Moss Mountain Inn. For more information, contact me at your convenience. I would love to hear from you. And, for photos of the inn and the surrounding area, take a look at the Gallery page.
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About Moss Mountain

Moss Mountain Inn is an award-winning inn located about seven miles from the West entrance to Glacier National Park and a half mile from the North Fork of the scenic Flathead River.

Our three-story cedar inn sits on six forested acres in the Flathead National Forest, with stunning views of Glacier Park. The Inn is quiet and away from frequent car traffic, train noise, and park crowds. It is the perfect base camp for all your Glacier and Flathead Valley expeditions.

A lovely shortcut from the Inn to West Glacier finds you at the park entrance in 20 minutes. You will feel both secluded from and surrounded by the majesty of Glacier. The outpost village of Polebridge, Glacier Park International Airport, and the quaint resort town of Whitefish are all within a short and picturesque 20–30-minute drive.

We offer up-to-date and charming amenities with personal attention to detail at our Inn to ensure your stay with us is distinctive yet homey. We supply snacks to grabs on the way out from trail mix to pre-packaged sandwiches.

This serene property and its chalet style home is nestled among evergreens, perennials, and wildlife allowing for great outdoor experiences close to your home away from home. Our indoor solarium brings the backyard setting and Glacier's Apgar Mountain Range inside for an indoor experience with an outdoor feel. The glass provides comfort while displaying the natural backyard, hot tub, and arched walkway leading to the fire patio. Each one of our 4 guest rooms has its own private bathroom and are decorated with your comfort in mind. All floors have access to a private balcony or solarium sitting areas for your tranquil respite where you can observe the worthy views or the visiting wildlife. Our wildlife viewing room is a favorite among our guests. It frames songbirds, hummingbirds, the year-round spring fed pond and visiting wildlife, and a sneak peek into Glacier.

It is a joy for us to serve our guests that come to us from all over the world. We welcome you to come, to unwind, to slowdown, and experience the crown of the continent: Glacier National Park as well as the surrounding areas!
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Your Host

Marguerite Kaminski and Family welcomes you as a guest at Moss Mountain Inn. We know Glacier National Park and the surrounding area by heart and our years of experience here will help you have a wonderful and informed visit. We consider our guest's comfort a priority as we strive to make our Inn a place where people come as guests but leave as friends.

For the past nineteen years, the property has been operated as Moss Mountain Inn, a successful eco-smart bed and breakfast. It has been loved by four owners now and hosted hundreds of people from around the globe and we are excited to continue to serve our guests in the same special way that has created such a memorable place to slow down and unwind for so many! It truly is the place that keeps on giving. 
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Meet Our Furry Friends 


Frick: Short haired black cat. Very friendly and loves cuddles. Will jump in cars and loves sneaking into the inn.
Frack: Long haired black cat. Brother to Frick but more dramatic. Will investigate at a distance but will cuddle in a quite setting.
Everest: Long-haired Siamese. He is our youngest cat and tends to be a bit shy unless you give him time to warm up to you, but his funny character will become apparent once he does.
Stellaluna: Miniature Aussie. Stella is the same age as Everest and believes she's a big guard dog at a safe distance but becomes a puddle for belly rubs once acquainted and loves chasing ball.
Benji: Yorki/Jack Russel mix. Benji is a little spitfire of a puppy. Constantly reaching for new heights with his jumps and hurtles it's near impossible to keep him still. 
Mushka: Husky/lab/shar-pei mix. Mushka has a whole bag of tricks and loves to show them for a toy. He has a big personality and will make his rounds for butt scratches.
Hamish: Beta fish. Red coloration with vibrant aquamarine blue. Likes attention and hopes for food. Shares the oriental themed tank with three orange shrimp and Moss balls (of course).