"A magnificently-restored 1920s house, beautifully sited on a corner" -Frommers

EXPERIENCE

Whitefish’s finest; the Garden Wall Inn has been a chef-owned and operated luxury inn catering to discerning travelers for over two decades.
In the spacious living room, guests enjoy a real log fire of birch and pine in the glazed-brick fireplace. Afternoon hors d'oeuvres and complimentary beverages are served. Board games and good books are plentiful.
Need a hike recommendation? We’ll tell you about our favorites. Wondering where to have dinner? We’ll show you menus from our award-winning restaurants, and then make the reservation for you. Want to try fly fishing or go river rafting? We’ll recommend a top-notch guide.
DISTINCTION

Our Location

The Inn is situated in downtown Whitefish, an authentic mountain town. 80 year-old spruce and maple trees surround the Inn creating a leafy canopy. Perennial gardens and a covered front porch provide relaxing spots to enjoy the fresh mountain air.
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Our Food

For over two decades, we have been using local products from local farms to prepare fabulous gourmet breakfasts for our guests. We look forward to sharing these local treasures with you too.
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The owners, Rhonda Fitzgerald and Chris Schustrom are lifelong outdoor enthusiasts. Chris is a native, who grew up in Glacier National Park. Rhonda, along with her husband Mike has been exploring every aspect of the Montana outdoors for over 30 years.

Sustainable Practices

We are fully committed to: supporting local farmers, recycling, resource conservation, preservation of open space, and appreciation of Montana’s abundant and charismatic wildlife.
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The Inn is named for the sheer cliffs which form the Continental Divide in Glacier National Park."It’s the special touches that make a difference" -Mountain Living Magazine"Perched on a larch-bordered street traveled by visitors heading north (and by the occasional moose)." -Sunset MagazineThe Inn’s clapboard siding is indicative of its Colonial Revival style architecture."a private and comfortable retreat"- Journey to the Northern Rockies"Original features mingle peaceably with authentic period furniture." Mountain Living magazineEverything at the Inn has been carefully selected to evoke the Arts & Crafts era.Fresh-cut flowers greet you.