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After a horrific experience at a hotel in Cody, where we got kicked out because they made a mistake and got our debit cards shut off, we found this gem of a find. After hearing about our experience in town, they even gave us an...More
Staying close to Yellowstone can be very expensive, this place is actually pretty reasonably price and you are right outside of the park. They do have horse back riding and this is the cabin for Buffalo Bill so you do have some history there too....More
Our group (4 kids, 4 adults) stopped at the restaurant for lunch on the way from Yellowstone park. We ordered BBQ ribs, burger and Caesar salad - they served us the smallest portions of ribs (2 ribs on a plate) I have ever seen, burger...More
If you're looking for your typical hotel with internet and HBO, don't come here. If you're looking for a true mountain experience, step on up! We stayed in Cabin 37, which was the upstairs of a larger cabin, and it was great. No TV, no...More
Great place to disconnect and relax. No TV or WIFI in the rooms. We had a bison grazing the grounds while we were there. The gift shop was very nice and the restaurant had very good food. They had adult beverages to enjoy. Gas station...More
US$ 110 - US$ 210 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I am not sure. When we went it was very cold outside even if it was June and I do not think anybody would want to make a campfire. Besides, the cabins are made of wood and I think they would not allow it. To make sure, you... More
I am not sure. When we went it was very cold outside even if it was June and I do not think anybody would want to make a campfire. Besides, the cabins are made of wood and I think they would not allow it. To make sure, you can call the place.
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"Spring for a private cabin or A-frame for total quiet."