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This was my second day trip to this Inn.. Have never stayed the night. But the place has a warm and homey feel... Rooms, food, Cocktails and a few slot machines they've added since my last visit. Owners very friendly... quiet and secluded.. cute... A...More
My husband and I spent one night in the "Pretty in Pink" room after having a wonderful dinner at the restaurant. Nancy is a wonderful cook and Mike made us feel at home instantly. The atmosphere was so very relaxing. We highly recommend this lovely...More
Thank Chris L
Response from Amber B, Manager at Amber Bear InnResponded 30 May 2017
Thanks for choosing us for your lodging & dining needs following your visit to the world-renowned St. Regis Swap Meet which is a "huge happening" every Memorial Day weekend. We're rather out-of-the-way and we sincerely appreciate your making the drive to our area!
The jacuzzi tub for two was great, as was the King size bed. the views were great even with stormy weather and the staff was friendly and accommodating with any needs we had also I think they served the best hash browns for breakfast I've...More
Thank David J
Response from Amber B, Manager at Amber Bear InnResponded 19 May 2017
Thanks so much. The scenery here is so spectacular that even stormy weather is amazing to see. The colors of the Bitteroot Mountains and forest don't look real. As for the hash browns, thanks for the kudos, we worked hard to make them perfect.
Stayed here multiple times while on work in the area. Mike and Nancy are gracious hosts and are committed to making your stay memorable. Rooms and cuisine are top notch, can't wait to bring the wife next time.More
Response from Amber B, General Manager at Amber Bear InnResponded 4 May 2017
Thanks so much! Our area is buzzing with hard working young men working on dams, on the railroad, on our magnificent new bridge (being built), on roads. We love having them and send them off to work (at 6 AM) with a hot breakfast, a...More
This is a gem of a spot, in a wildlife sanctuary outside tiny Heron MT. It's a circuitous drive through the countryside off Highway 200, and while at each turn you might wonder if you're headed into the never-never, the inn's recognizable blue signs are...More
Thank Mark T
Response from Amber B, Manager at Amber Bear InnResponded 2 October 2016
Oh my gosh! Thanks so much for capturing the soul of our business! Your review helps to remind us why all the very hard work is well worth the effort!