While most travelers have to be satisfied with vacations and getaways that last only a week at a time, some of us get lucky with journeys that last for an extended period of time. Maybe you are traveling for a work contract, or perhaps you have earned the unicorn of vacations, the seldom experienced but often heard of sabbatical. Whatever your reasons for coming to Whitefish for a longer stay, you are going to need a place to stay, and our I Love Whitefish Montana long-term rentals offer everything you need to be comfortable for the duration! If you are staying for more than 30 days, many of our properties come at a discounted price for a longer stay. This guide to what you can expect from our long-term Montana rentals will help you narrow down your choices to the perfect home away from home!
There are basic attributes every vacation home needs, including comfortable bedrooms, functional kitchens, and rooms in which you can hang out and be lazy, but if you are staying for longer than normal, you need all of the above and so much more. Functional kitchens are important in any length of stay, but if you are going to be here a while and really do not want to blow your budget by dining out for every meal, you need a fully equipped kitchen that is not just spacious and clean but one that brings back the fun to meal prep. Remember when you first start cooking for yourself and every meal was a joy to prepare? You took pleasure in gathering all the ingredients together, and even cleaning up after was fun! Our I Love Whitefish Montana long-term rentals give guests that joy again, offering updated appliances, custom cabinetry, granite countertops and everything you need to create a meal, minus the food stuffs, of course!
Because convenience is important to travelers, the dining rooms in these spaces are furnished with tables that offer enough seating for everyone in your traveling party and are located just outside the kitchen; no walking long distances carrying hot meals! These rooms are designed to be multi-purpose spaces, and if you need to keep in contact with the office while enjoying a sabbatical, they can serve as temporary work stations. High-speed internet is included with your rent and allows for practically glitch-free Zoom meetings.
Of course, if you prefer to be comfortable while working, our living rooms are also multi-purpose spaces, offering comfort, style, and the perfect place to nap in between meetings! Plush sofas, overstuffed chairs, and state of the art televisions offer all the comforts of home, and stone fireplaces in many of our properties will keep you warm while adding romance during the coldest days of winter. Catch up on your reading, keep up with your favorite television shows, and relax in ways you have not been able to do in years in rooms designed to make you feel at home. Back porches, patios, or decks, often feature grills, patio furniture, and on occasion, a merrily bubbling hot tub that will be most appreciated after long hikes in the Montana countryside. Although you may want to spend all your time playing, a longer stay means that some laundry will have to be done. Fortunately, our laundry rooms are equipped with updated washers and dryers, and although we cannot promise your chores will be fun, we can guarantee that they will be finished quickly!
The best part of your longer stay, however, will be the sleep you get on your vacation! Having more time to get caught up on the sleep you have missed over the years is a luxury short-term vacations just do not offer, and our bedrooms will be the rooms you look forward to retreating to at the end of every day.
Out and About in Whitefish
We love the friendliness and warmth small towns have to offer, and as you get settled in as a temporary resident in Whitefish, there are a few things you will want to know. When you need to get your prescriptions transferred, there is a Walgreens at 700 E 13th Street, and the local Safeway isn’t just for grocery shopping; it has a pharmacy as well! Loula’s Café, 300 E 2nd Street, is famous throughout the region for its delicious breakfasts and its historic location in what used to be the Masonic Temple. Finally, fishing in Montana is not just a summer adventure, as ice fishing is a popular activity in the winter. The best time to catch our namesake fish, the white fish, is at the break of dawn.
Ready to make your long-term visit to Whitefish a reality? Contact I Love Whitefish today!