Full Circle Farm Cottage - Kila

Full Circle Farm, once a commercial herb farm, is nestled in a small valley in the Salish Mountains of northwest Montana. The setting includes 340 acres of meadows, streams, forests, and miles of hiking trails along with formal herb gardens and expansive lawns available for your enjoyment. Flathead National Forest is only one mile away for further hiking or biking.

Our guest house is a warm and friendly hideaway in the mountains. While retaining its original history and rustic charm, we have transformed it into a quiet haven in the woods with all of the modern amenities you require. Spend two nights or as many as you wish. Here you will find the ultimate in seclusion, yet we are only 12 miles from Kalispell and an hour drive from Glacier National Park.

Make a point of discovering this unique delight to the senses. You may use Full Circle Farm as your base for exploring northwest Montana or simply relax in the hammock as the white-tailed deer come off the mountain to feed. Come experience the serene enchantment of Full Circle Farm.

CHILDREN UNDER 12 ARE ALWAYS FREE!

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herbfarm@centurytel.net

Mailing Address
Not Available

Street Address
1230 Truman Creek Rd
Kila,  MT 59920

Phone: 406-257-8133

Travel 9 miles west of Kalispell on US Highway 2. Turn left at the Kila turnoff and travel about 1 mile on the Kila Road. Turn left onto the Smith Lake Road and go over the Ashley Creek Bridge and then turn right onto Browns Meadow Road. Travel about 1 mile to Truman Creek Road. Turn left and go about 2 1/4 miles to Full Circle Farm on the right, just after crossing Truman Creek.

Season
5/1 - 10/31

Hours
Not Available

Payments
American Express, Cash, Master Card, Personal Check (In State), Personal Check (Out Of State), Visa

Reservations
Late Cancellation Fee

Dvd, In-Room Coffee, Information, Internet Access, Kitchen, Laundry, Microwave, Non-Smoking, Non-Smoking Rooms, Parking, Pets Allowed, Refrigerator

Barbecue, Bird Watching, Fishing, Hiking, Nature, Photography, Wildlife Viewing