"an Inn with character, comfort and charm" -SKI Magazine

THE EXPERIENCE
MORE THAN AN INN-
A CULINARY EXPERIENCE

By coining the phrase “You CAN eat the scenery”, chef-owner Rhonda Fitzgerald, and chef-owner Chris Schustrom have defined the “farm-to-table” culinary philosophy of The Garden Wall Inn.
After an early-morning coffee or tea tray delivered to your room, enjoy a full gourmet breakfast served on snowy white linens and Blue Willow china from Glacier National Park’s Great Northern Railway era. The coffee is our own blend from the local roaster.
Typical fare includes fresh–squeezed orange juice, an elegantly presented fruit course, homemade muffins or scones - followed by an entrée such as huckleberry pear crêpes or poached eggs Florentine. We make every effort to accommodate any dietary restrictions.
DISTINCTION

Breakfast

We serve two breakfast seatings in our breakfast room. If your plans for the day require a very early departure, we are always happy to prepare a continental breakfast.

Afternoon Hors d'Oeuvres

Return from your day’s adventures to hors d’oeuvres in our welcoming living room. We are happy to recommend and make your dinner reservation at one of Whitefish’s award-winning restaurants.

Fresh, Local, Seasonal

Throughout the year, we search out the freshest local ingredients, from dozens of local family farms, including fresh vegetables, fruits, grains, meat, eggs, and dairy products. Share this delicious harvest.
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Civilized Wake-Up

Start your morning with a "civilized wake-up call" – locally-roasted Garden Wall Blend Coffee, or Tea (green, black, or herbal) delivered to your room 30 minutes before breakfast.
Locally made Valrhona chocolate truffles."Gourmet breakfasts might include huckleberry pear crepes." -Michelin Green GuideFull gourmet breakfasts are prepared by our chefs."breakfast is a gourmet event" -Frommers"in the morning, guests come fork to face with an amazing multicourse breakfast." -Journey to the Northern Rockies"Using locally grown produce long before locavore became a buzzword." -Sunset MagazineAn artfully arranged fresh-fruit course.A single rose in a sterling vase accents your coffee or tea tray.