Ratings based on 34 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby A verified traveler from Denver, CO
Great family memoriesPosted Jul 29, 2013 on Hotels.com
It was a complete accident to find Gaynors' Resort, and a great treasure of a find. If you want to be fussed over this isn't your place, but if you'd like a vacation where the kids can explore on their own and be safe, they can be noisy, play in a watering hole (nice perk!), and just be, well, kids, then boy this is your place. I also loved the inter-tubes to float in the river with! Nice touch. And the dogs sleeping outside our cabin door was also a warm greeting every morning. Thanks a million. You made our family vacation plump with memories. PS would love to see that big floating raft pumped up!
for Familiesby Leo
NO WIFIPosted Jul 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
The cabins are comfortable and clean and the surrounding forest area is beautiful, BUT, despite the hotel advertisement, there is no wifi in the cabins -- only in the hotel office. Best case scenario, the Gaynors are under the impression that a wifi signal can beam from the hotel office up a hill through the forest to the cabins, some of which are more than a hundred feet away, despite having been told by guests that there is no signal in the cabins. Worst case scenario, they know that the wifi does not reach the cabins, but also know that if they advertise honestly (wifi only at picnic tables outside of hotel office), people will book elsewhere. I suspect the latter, since I found an older pamphlet in the cabin that advertised wifi only in the lobby. Suddenly, the newer pamphlet advertises wifi. SO, if you need internet to plan your travels, Skype or email with friends/family, work, etc., this is not the place.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 3, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Couplesby kevin from kalispell
cabins on ranchPosted May 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
Had a pretty good time. Expected the cabins to be closer to the real mts. though, not foothills. So the scenery was less desired n the trails were kinda dead, but the cabins are beautiful n roomy. Very comfortable!!! And the horses were nice.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Cabins nice but hard to findPosted Mar 7, 2013
Location: Difficult to find
Nice cozy cabins, had difficulty finding the exact location, the google map to find the place was unclear as there are cabins located in different areas. This was unclear on the website, it made it seem that the Cabins in the woods were near to the other cabin options when in fact they are on different roads and miles apart. Otherwise this was what we expected and were satisfied with the accommodation. It definitely smells like a cabin though so be prepared
for Personal Eventby Fox
Close to town but in the "woods" .Posted Dec 26, 2012 on Hotels.com
Everything was as promised, Wonderful 2bdr with loft and full kitchen, fully furnished. Don't worry about bringing anything except food and clothes so pack light. Deer right outside your door. Awesome to watch them from the comfort of your cabin while sipping your morning coffee. I would definitely stay here again.
for Shoppingby Katie
Comfy but not cleanPosted Nov 26, 2012 on Hotels.com
Nice place and the scenery was spectacular but the cabin was dirty. Found hair in sheets and the bathroom needed to be cleaned before we used it. The floors felt like they hadnt been vacuumed in a while. The windows did not seal properly so the draft coming in over the bed was cold. I would stay there again but only if we were assured it would be cleaned properly and some of the buildings maintenance was done.
for Everyoneby Deborah from Medicine Hat, AB, Canada
Cabin in the Woods (6-9 April 2012)Posted Apr 10, 2012
Pros: The setting of the cabins in the woods and the lovely walks in the surrounding area which the children loved!
Cons: Sometimes felt that the cabin wasn't very cosy - as in I felt cold
Location: Beautiful location - a drive into Whitefish but well worth it
We stayed at 'Cabin in the Woods' for Easter weekend (two adults and two children, aged 2 and 5). We had heard excellent reviews of Gaynor's Resort and certainly were not disappointed. The cabin was lovely, in a very tranquil setting and it gave us the perfect base to then visit Glacier National Park. Our children especially liked the bedroom in the roof of the cabin!! Don and Nancy were very accommodating and we enjoyed our brunch with them on the Sunday morning. Following this, our 6 year old had a horse riding lesson which she loved. I would highly recommend Gaynor's Resort - both the cabins in the woods and those on the ranch.
for Everyoneby Daniel from Phoenix, AZ.
Great StayPosted Mar 26, 2012
Pros: Quiet... Hot tub... Kitchen
Cons: The gravel road... Like mud bogging
Location: Kinda Far from town
The hotel is a tremendous value ... There is room for 6 to 8 people.. There is a small loft for two kids. There is a kitchen with all utencils, a bbq, full size fridge, dish tv... The only drawback is the location of this property, it is situated on the side of a little mountain. There is a small one car gravel road up to the property. It was snowing when we arrived so the road was a white knuckle ride of slushy mud. I have a small two door sports car that almost got stuck. It was ok after I drove up and down a couple times but you should have a truck in inclement weather.... The little sign pointing to the property is hard to read too...
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Washington state
Lovely location, poor customer care.Posted Oct 26, 2011
Arrived at our cabin in the woods to no representative, just a note on office door to say cabin door left unlocked, key on table. Although cabin very cute and great location our excitement was spoiled by an uncleaned fridge, cooker and toaster not working. Representative made no effort to see us when they returned and 2 days later left us completely alone in forest for several nights while they went to Spokane! Contacted owner who was going to give a discount which has not happened. Location was great, lots of deer in neighbourhood and only about 15 mins to Whitefish, a lovely small town. From there it was about 30 mins to Glacier National Park, which we discovered by accident that the 'Going to the Sun road' was closing for winter and the next day was only one to drive it. Might have been nice to have been given this info by rep. if they had been there!..as that was whole point of trip. So on whole, loved cabin just wish I hadn't had to clean things when we got there after a tiring day of driving. And wish that representative had taken more notice that we were guests, and been there for info, questions etc not noticeably absent for most of our visit.