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All this place has going for itself is it's locations. The rooms are hideous and need a serious overhaul!! You can tell the owners don't care about the place or else they'd put some money back in the place.
First of all, for those looking for modern delights then more fool them for booking at a property on the National Heritage List! A finer example of foolishness is difficult to find.
The cabin was clean and quiet. The staff took excellent care of us....More
There was no coffee machine in the room, no tv, no hair drier, no signal, no wifi. Rooms are old and there are spider nets in the corners!! And the price is expensive without all necessary appliances. Just the location is near to East entrance....More
On our stay in Yellowstone, we found this lodge along the hiway just a few miles from the east entrance to the park. Rustic and remote, it was a great escape from the stresses of everyday life.
Peaceful in a beautiful setting, hiking, horseback and...More
Nice great log cabin with whirlpool option, nicely furnished (Cabin style), but no internet - which is good at times! Don´t book cabins at the street, if you don´t want to listen to your neighbours conversation. Dinner really great and to much to recommend, very...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."