The handsome log main lodge built in 1929 combines European grace and Western trimmings on a 200-acre spread. The great room's stone fireplace is a guest gathering spot; nearby in Seasons restaurant ($$$) the sophisticated and changing menu features blackened buffalo sirloin, cedar-planked salmon, and their very own double-arrow-branded rib eye. Guest rooms and log cabins are simply furnished with a few antiques and fluffy comforters. Early-20th-century log homes with
antiques, knotty-pine interiors, and modern kitchens are popular with families. The resort sits adjacent to one of the finest golf courses in northwestern Montana.
Hwy. 83, milepost 12, 2 mi south of Seeley Lake, Seeley Lake, Montana, United States