Located in the heart of NW Montana's Tobacco Valley, Borderline Bed and Breakfast has views of the Whitefish Range to east, Salish Mountains to west and Canadian Rockies to north. Within a few minutes drive, guests can be exploring shops in downtown Eureka, biking or hiking one of the many local trails, canoeing or kayaking on several different lakes or simply relaxing and enjoying the serenity of the Tobacco Valley. This B&B offers a great place to stop over for those visiting and traveling between some of North America's greatest National Parks (Montana's Glacier National Park, Alberta's Waterton Lakes National Park, British Columbia's Kootenay National Park and Alberta's Banff National Park).
Being good stewards of the Eureka community and the environment is important to Borderline Bed and Breakfast. Chris and Jon are seasoned B&B hosts that use to call Alaska and Canada home, so have some amazing stories to share about the Tobacco Valley and beyond. Active members of the Eureka Area Chamber of Commerce and Jon serving on the Board of Directors they love gIving back to the community. For Rendezvous Days, they serve as coordinators of the famous Bed Races which are held on the main drag in Eureka. Additionally they volunteer for the Sunburst Community Services Foundation and are members of Recycle Eureka - helping promote the mantra "Reduce, Re-use, Recycle". Your hosts pride themselves in using energy efficient appliances and lighting and use locally sourced ingredients for meals when possible to reduce the impact on environment.
Lodging Style and Amenities
Borderline Bed and Breakfast is a uniquely designed home with a contemporary, yet rustic feel. Both double-occupancy rooms offer king size beds and ensuite bathrooms. Jon and Chris pride themselves on maintaining safe and clean accommodations for guests, by not using harmful chemicals, pesticides or herbicides.
For the cyclists passing through Eureka (perhaps on the Great Divide route), they offer dry and secure storage for your bikes and gear.
Borderline Bed and Breakfast is licensed and inspected by the State of Montana.
Breakfast Style Served
Full and Hearty Breakfast
Additional Services Available
- Wireless Internet
- Locally roasted coffee
- Organically grown herbs and greens from our own garden or local farmers markets (in season)
- Information on local activities
From the south:
Traveling north on HWY 93 through the Town of Eureka, turn left onto HWY 37.
Turn right onto Airport Road. Travel 4.7 miles to the north.
Turn right onto Aero Village Way and we are 0.1 miles in on the left.
Quick distance references from south:
- Whitefish, MT to Borderline B&B, Eureka, MT is 1 hour 6 minutes 58.8 miles
- Glacier National Park to Borderline B&B is 1 hour 41 minutes 85.1 miles
From the north:
After crossing the border, Turn right onto Airport Road (by the Duty Free store).
Travel 3.1 miles west and South on Airport Road.
Turn left onto Aero Village Way and we are 0.1 miles in on the left.
Quick distance references from the north:
- Fernie, BC to Borderline B&B, Eureka, MT is 55 minutes 74.2 km/46 miles
- Kimberley, BC to Borderline B&B is 1 hour 30 minutes 130 km/80 miles
- Kootenay National Park, BC to Borderline B&B is 2 hours 30 minutes 232 km/144 miles