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All reviewssoda buttelamar valleynortheast entranceore houseisolated areahomemade chipsthe staff was super friendlyhit or missdunraven passlarge fireplaceadjoining restaurantflat screenold schoolbeartooth highwaywe ate breakfastfirst floorwould stay here again
I stayed here years ago, but recently stopped (when not much was open in the town). The lady at the gas station recommended their burger. I ordered to go (atmosphere was lacking)--OMG that burger and the homemade chips were heaven. The waitress was super nice...More
Ok I have to say I have not stayed here. I was booked to do so and unseasonable snow closed the road and I could not get through. This was passed my cancellation free time. I messaged the management and explaining my position they waived...More
Stayed here for 1 night on our way into Yellowstone. We came in through the Bear Tooth Pass and didn't arrive at the hotel until about 8pm. Check in was quick and rooms were nice and clean. We had to be up very early to...More
We stayed here one night during a recent Yellowstone visit and I would not hesitate to stay here again. The town was really neat, the hotel was clean and inviting, and the food was good. It is about 40 minute drive to Lamar Valley in...More
The hotel restaurant area as you come in is nice but the hotel rooms area is in need of repair. The furniture is old and our floor was slanted enough so that you felt it walking across the floor. There was no cellphone reception and...More
Response from Rae Ann E | Property representative |
We have a parking lot for truck and trailor accross the street, but it is not paved. It is a nice area to park, though, with a security camera. The northeast entrance to the park is a good road like that of the rest of the... More
We have a parking lot for truck and trailor accross the street, but it is not paved. It is a nice area to park, though, with a security camera. The northeast entrance to the park is a good road like that of the rest of the park. You should have no problem. You are also close to the Beartooth Hwy and Chief Joseph Scenic Hwy that are prime for bikers.