Historical Cabins and Guest Houses Near Glacier National Park
You will deal with the owner, Doyle, who will make every attempt to meet your needs.
All of our homes are owned by the Foley family. They are well-cared for, fully equipped, personally inspected and professionally cleaned.
We have enjoyed welcoming guests to the ranch for over twenty years. Our return rate is about 25% with some years higher.
Welcome to Abbott Valley
Welcome to Abbott Valley, a 270 acre homestead located minutes from the West Entrance to Glacier National Park. Nestled near Desert Mountain, with fantastic views of Columbia, Teakettle and Lost Johnny mountains, and surrounded by Flathead National Forest, this is truly one of the most private, “last best places”.
Abbott Valley has seven rental cabins and vacation homes, in two locations. Mickey’s and Baptiste are original log cabins dating back 100 years, located together on the 1910 Wagner homestead. They are fully remodeled with all modern conveniences, yet they retain their original pioneer motif and authenticity. Jaybird’s, the Millhouse and Spotted Bear are three bedroom, two bath homes located on Foley Lane, about a mile away. Also, fully remodeled and updated, these wooden vintage homes are charming and a delight to stay in. Quintonken, a two+ bedroom, one bath cabin and the Brownstone, a large one room, one bath cabin are also located on the wooded north end of the property, and served originally as guest houses. Our vacation rentals are private from one another but are close enough to host larger groups, especially reunions and weddings.
Abbott Valley is an ideal base for exploring Glacier National Park, the Hungry Horse Reservoir, Flathead Lake, Bigfork, Whitefish, Kalispell and all the Flathead has to offer. We are family-owned and operated and have been welcoming guests for 25 years. Many return year after year, having ‘chosen’ one cabin or another as theirs, putting their roots down, if only for a week or two, so they can enjoy time with each other in a beautiful, serene setting.
Hope to see you soon,
Doyle Foley and family