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Close to East entrance to Yellow Stone Park & Cody City. Excellent Location and view of the ranges from the room. NO TV, OVEN. Heating is also not adequate. Do check the closing time. It was open till 8PM.. Adequate parking space. They have the...More
Booked a tepee cabin for 5 nights thinking that we had a location 2 miles from the East gate of Yellowstone National Park, that also had a restaurant, lounge, convenience store /gas station, and historical significance. Only ate at the restaurant once. Took 15 minutes...More
We were very happy to be able to stay this close to the entrance to Yellowstone. Due to the reviews there was some concern, but we had a very good experience. We ended up in a second floor space which was a bit challenging for...More
It is quite nice. The rooms are confortable and the restaurant is correct, nothig especial but ok. It is quite isolated which is nice. Really like it. And quite historical place, it is the old Buffalo Bill hunting lodge
My wife and I stayed here on Sept. 17 while visiting Yellowstone. My wife was surprised when she went to the bathroom at 4:00 a.m. and when coming back into the bedroom almost stepped on a mouse. For the next two hours we listened to...More
US$109 - 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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"Spring for a private cabin or A-frame for total quiet."