Enjoy this luxury home as part of a unique secluded property privately tucked away on two wooded acres just 7 miles west of Whitefish, near horse ranches and an organic farm. If you're looking to unplug and experience nature, this place is for you!
We subscribe to the 'leave it better than you found it' philosophy when we stay and appreciate it when our guests do the same. Our rules are pretty simple: No smoking, pets, loud parties, or disrespect to the property is allowed at any time and we expect our guests to be lovely, courteous travelers who are respectful, considerate and helpful.
Upon arrival, you'll find a comprehensive guidebook for the house which goes over house rules.
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Growing up on a ranch in Montana, I cultivated a special affinity for hard work, animals and the great outdoors. Affectionately described as 'the hummingbird that rules the garden', I've also had lots of fun and interesting adventures in the entertainment world as a stage performer, voice-over artist, arts educator, writer and film producer. My Scottish husband, Steve, and I met in the Slovak Republic while I was on a Fulbright teaching assignment in 2010 and proceeded to take a whole year to explore the world together. Travel is our passion (along with dark chocolate, jack russells, beagles, golf and skiing)! We love hosting and meeting folks from all over the world and are delighted to be both guests and hosts on Airbnb.
Our style of hosting is to make sure you're all set up with everything you'll need to make your stay comfortable and then we leave you alone to explore and make memories! We are there if you need us, but are pretty private people and really believe in giving guests the freedom to do their own thing. We expect all our guests to be respectful, considerate, clean and self-sufficient and to treat our property as if it were their own. We subscribe to the 'leave it better than you found it' philosophy both as hosts and guests ourselves.
We love this saying, especially as it applies to travel: "What's wrong is always available, so is what's right!"