The house was spotless and the yard impeccable. The kitchen was better stocked than those of most people I know. I suggest you go to the house to check out the pantry and cupboards before buying groceries and supplies because many of the items you will need are already there. For example, you probably will not need to buy any spices or condiments. In addition, they had several coolers that could be borrowed.
The owners were very accessible. They came by at least three times during our week-long stay, but they were not intrusive. We also called them a few times to ask some questions, and they were more than happy to provide information. They will send you a detailed packet of information well before your trip that includes info on the house, restaurants in the area, and day trips. They also have a copy of this at the house so you don’t need to bring it with you. They have laundry detergent and dish soap.
All the furniture was very comfortable, including the bedding and the patio furniture. It was relaxing to come “home” after a long day’s hike in Glacier. Almost every evening, we sat on the patio, enjoyed the mountain views, and watched the sun go down. Having an office was nice for the two in our party who wanted to have a “working vacation”.
The only problem we had was with the desktop computer. We couldn’t figure out how to pull out the keyboard to a more comfortable position, and once we accessed the internet, we could only access what looked like the home page for the local TV...