Looking for the best place to stay in Whitefish, MT, to be close to everything? Look no further than Good Medicine Lodge. Bonsai Brewery is right next door, Stumptown Ice Den is located only a block away, and Whitefish Mountain Resort is about 15 minutes drive (or by the S.N.O.W. bus shuttle – free with stops at our B&B daily). Downtown Whitefish and Whitefish Lake City Beach access is a quick fifteen minute walk or five minutes by bike. Glacier National Park is only twenty four minutes to the west entrance. And the list goes on and on……..
Still not convinced? Check out these fun facts:
Good Medicine Lodge was built in 1978 by Lindal Cedar Homes, a well known lodge-style home manufacturing company. The original structure of the property was the first ever built by Lindal in the state of Montana. It is constructed of square cedar logs, high pitched ceilings and features large panoramic windows on the front facade. Over the years, the property has gone through several transformations making it into the nine bedroom Bed and Breakfast that it is today. The final result is a perfect balance of elegance and warmth on the interior and exquisitely crafted exterior. Tastefully influenced by Native American culture, the roomy interiors are punctuated by crackling fireplaces, rustic art and solid wood furnishings.
Ryan and Sara Grenier, moved to Whitefish back in 2019 to fulfill a dream of owning a small hospitality business in a charming ski town. After searching all over the country for a B&B that would fit their two young boys and husky pups, they found the perfect place to call home.
The Greniers love skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, biking, hiking, backpacking, camping, paddleboarding and all the other fun activities Whitefish and the surrounding areas have to offer. Ryan has a twenty-year background in personal training, working with people to gain balance, mobility, strength and health back into their daily lives. Sara has a hospitality, retail, food service, interior design and project management background. They share a passion for cooking that helps create a thoughtful and hearty daily menu. Sara’s attention to the small details can be seen throughout the cozy rooms and lodge. Ryan loves to bake sourdough bread and roast third-wave style coffee that guests thoroughly enjoy. Ryan and Sara’s passion for adventure provides each guest with knowledge and guidance in finding what they are after, no matter the journey.
Follow their story via Sara’s blog: In Search of Good Medicine
Good Medicine Lodge was named by USA Today as the 3rd Best Ski Lodge in the country in 2016. It was selected as one of Travel America Magazine’s “10 Most Romantic Inns”. It was also chosen by USA Today as one of “10 Great Places” to settle into for viewing fall colors. BedandBreakfast.com selected GML for a “Best of the West” award and it was named in National Geographic Traveler’s first annual “Stay List” as having “A sense of place with location-inspired architecture, ambiance, amenities, eco-stewardship and an ethic of giving back to the community.”