Spectacular Rocky Mountain setting. Whether you want to enjoy going fishing, boating, swimming, gold panning, hunting, golfing, skiing, sightseeing or just plain relaxing this is the perfect place for you! There are all of these things available to you with the Clark Fork River, Thompson River, Thompson Falls, Bull Lake, Thompson Falls Golf Course, ski resorts and the Old Jail Museum right here in our corner of Montana. We are close to Idaho and Spokane, Washington. We are also a scenic route to Glacier National Park.
Quiet, peaceful accommodations. Snuggle into the warmth of our handmade quilts that accent our country-style rooms. Our spacious and bright Rocky Mountain room offers two queen sized beds and a private bath. We also have two queen sized beds in our Clark Fork River room which warms you with its rich colors. Or bask in the light of Big Sky Country in our Prospect Creek room. With one full and two twin-sized beds, this room has windows stretching along the full length of the room and then some, it's like sleeping on the porch, but without the chill. We have central air conditioning and private baths in each room.
All the comforts of home. We serve a delicious full breakfast Sunday through Friday and a Saturday Breakfast Bar, which includes home baked breads. There is a guest common room available, complete with TV, VCR, microwave, refrigerator, and coffee maker. Enjoy your morning coffee seated on our covered deck or spend a lazy afternoon napping on one of our hammocks in our beautifully manicured yard. If you need to keep in touch, we offer phone, fax, and Internet access for your convenience.
All of this is waiting for you to come and experience! We are happy to assist you with reservations for a hunting or fishing guide, or we can create a special occasion package to personalize your memorable experience.
Let us be your destination or your rest stop along the way. You are always welcome in Thompson Falls, the home of western hospitality.
.From Idaho (summer directions): Go east on Interstate 90 to exit 43 (Kingston); continue over freeway and along the river to Prichard (approximately 20 miles). Cross Prichard Creek, turn right, go past Murray and continue on Highway 471 (Thompson Pass). Turn left 1,000 feet before stop sign to Junction Highway 200.