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Yellowstone Basin Inn
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Reviewed 3 January 2012

We wanted to visit the north and eastern parts of Yellowstone and view the entrance with the stone archway. We were not disappointed with our choice of accommodations. We received great advice from Greg and traveled Route 212 through Beartooth Pass to witness incredible scenery and the most scenic drive in the US! Greg was the most helpful host we have ever had! Breakfast was fresh daily, but do not linger in bed. The good eats deplete fast. Porch lights were left on for safety, we would have preferred perfectly dark skies. (Safety first) The hot tub looked inviting but we did not use it. Quiet and peaceful and lots of wildlife on the morning drive. Restaurants a nearby drive. Nice front porch with tables and chairs to enjoy the view or snacks.

Room Tip: No elevators, but upper rooms would have been quieter and better views. Rooms below stairs can be noisy.
  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Anna M
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Reviewed 22 December 2011

My friend and I stayed here in September for 2 nights. Lovely place to stay, easily accessible to Yellowstone and Mammoth Hot springs.

Room Tip: Room near the dining room was excellent.
  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 10 December 2011

We had a great time. The owners are warm and friendly. They were really helpful on were to go hiking and see the most wild life. They let us know what restaurants are good, and breakfast at the hotel was home made and different everyday. We had a great time and plan on returning next year.

Room Tip: All the beds were brand new. All the rooms were remodeled last winter. Everything was new and clean. Great place!
  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled with family
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2  Thank Lori M
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Reviewed 3 December 2011

This location is a great place to stay when visiting the north and east sections of the park, including Mammoth Hot Springs and LaMar Valley and Bear Tooth highway. The rest of the park is accessible from Gardiner, but it takes some time to get there. Gardiner is also the only entrance to Yellowstone open all year. The inn is comfortable, clean and quiet. It is out away from town and overlooks the river and mountains. The breakfast is fabulous and the owners (Greg and Sabina) are into healthy organic type cooking, so it is actually good for you. They also offer a packed lunch to take into the park, which is a good value and tasty. Greg can advise you on places (and times) to go in the park, and is also quite a good source for exceptional lodging and eating establishments all over the country. We had a great stay and felt the value was exceptional. Greg made us feel at home and we had a comfortable bed, clean and quiet room and wished we could have stayed longer. We will definitely come again.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Marshall M
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Reviewed 16 November 2011

This inn is nice and quiet, being 5 miles north of Gardiner. No town noise. Quiet rooms. Greg, the owner, is EXTREMELY helpful in directing you to sights you want to see in Yellowstone or Grand Teton NP, all tailored to your adventure level. Breakfast before you head out, and an optional packed lunch if you want to purchase that. Greg runs a great place. You'll be glad you drove those 5 miles north of town!

Room Tip: Rooms vary with beds and other amenities. We were next to the hot tub, but didn't notice any noise.
  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Anne I
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