St. Mary Village truly has it all when it comes to lodging choices, from historic to contemporary layouts. Budget travelers may be more inclined to simplistic lodge and motel rooms, while those looking for a more unique stay will love the tiny homes or original 1930s cabins.
A more upscale accommodation at St. Mary, the Great Bear Lodge offers modern rooms equipped with two queen beds, air conditioning, television, and a private balcony with exceptional views overlooking Divide Creek. Upgrades to Superior Great Bear rooms are available which feature a fireplace, sitting area and jacuzzi bathtub in addition to the other amenities.
Two queen beds
Upgrade to fireplace and jacuzzi bathtub
A more upscale accommodation at St. Mary, the Great Bear Lodge offers modern rooms equipped with two queen beds, air conditioning, television, and a private patio with exceptional views overlooking Divide Creek.
Two queen beds
First floor location
Grab bars in shower and around toilet
Located along Divide Creek, the Glacier Cabins were the original cabins built in St. Mary in the 1930s. Now renovated, they have one bedroom, a living room, kitchenette and small dining area. An ADA accessible cabin is available.
One queen bed
Small dining area
The 1950s-style West Motel at St. Mary features 24 guest rooms in a single-story building. Rooms are available with either one or two queen beds and all rooms have air conditioning, television and a small desk. The rooms are modest, but clean and comfortable.
One or two queen beds
Small desk and work area
Inspired by a spirit of adventure, a sense of freedom and the desire to offer something truly unique, we’re pleased to introduce the Tiny Home Village at St. Mary. The Tiny Home Village features 10 small-but-mighty unique homes embracing simplicity and efficiency. Each home sleeps up to four people and has a separate, stand-alone, private luxury bathhouse.
One queen bed
One trundle bed
Mini-Fridge, microwave and stovetop
The Sun Cabin is tucked away on a hill on the east side of the St. Mary property. You’ll find breathtaking views of Glacier National Park outside on the deck, and cozy accommodations inside.
One king bed in a loft-style bedroom
Large private deck
This stand-alone cozy cabin is perfect for groups of friends hitting the trails in Glacier National Park. The cabin has two bedrooms, one common room and a bathroom and can sleep up to six people.
One Queen bed
Trunble bed in second bedroom
Living room with futon
The recently remodeled Homestead House was the original residence of the family who first built cabins at St. Mary. The historic home features three private bedrooms, living room, full kitchen and two bathrooms.
One king, one queen and one twin bed
Two full bathrooms
Washer and dryer