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We stayed for two nights (our last two nights in the US).
The staff were friendly, the food in the restaurant was fabulous and the location was great.
A fan in the room would have been nice. It was a bit stuffy.
Very near the Yellowstone East Entrance (despite the Cody address), the Pahaska cabins are easy to find as you drive towards Cody. The cabins are warm and have comfortable beds which is all we asked as we passed through after our trip to Yellowstone. An...More
Beautiful accommodation in the mountain. it is surrounded by wildlife, scenery, lake, mountain with dense trees. liked the view. bears and deer's pay you a visit by night. you will enjoy your stay if you are not looking for comfort
Comfortable, clean, beautiful accommodations! Surrounded by breathtaking scenery, a river, mountains, bear... what else could you ask for! A very short drive to the east entrance of Yellowstone and offering a free bag of ice for your cooler for every night of your stay. The...More
A great place to get away from it all. Ideally located just two miles from the east entrance to Yellowstone national park. We stayed in a log cabin and we actually thought that the lack of a tv and phone signal was a bonus (...More
US$154 - US$209 (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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"If you leave prior to 7 am, drop the key in a box outside the main entrance."