Staff was great,room was very clean and nice. walking distance to town and park
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking
We stayed in the cowboy mini suite. There were 3 adults with a lot of gear. The unit was kinda small but served it's purpose and the price was right. We paid $155 per night and stayed on 6-10 Sep. When you entered the unit you stepped into the kitchenette area with a small couch and table pushed against the wall on the right with a TV hanging on the all. The double bed was just beyond the couch and table. The full bathroom was behind the kitchen and the separate bedroom with TV on the right behind a wall where the couch and double bed were located. The pictures of the room and facilities on the cabin's website were accurate. The parking lot was small but there was plenty of parking just behind one of the buildings only a few feet away. The kitchen was fully stocked with everything needed and there were a couple of small grocery stores in town that were a bit pricey. The room was clean but the bed in the separate room was a little soft. We were in one of the end units away from the street so it was very quiet. The owners were friendly and they offered a continental breakfast in the office which consisted of muffins, pastries, coffee and instant oatmeal.
My wife and I stay here whenever we go to Yellowstone. We try to get a cabin and they are so much better than just a room and one of those big hotels. The folks who run this place and always improving the units. This year our cabin had 2 flat screen tvs with good choice of channles, new drapes, quilts and a new large refrigerator. These cabins are in town and not out on a ranch, but still offer much more than a plain old hotel room.
We stayed in the Moose Creeks "cabins" They were directly across from the seperated cabins. They were very nice indeed. It had a refrigerator and microwave, and an armoir to hang clothes. The shower/tub was decent size. (although we didnt use the tub).
The breakfast was fine. simple and basic. The coffee was good and bagels/muffins/toast were fresh. That's pretty much what I consume at home anyway.
We had a chance to visit with the owners of the Moose Creek Inn/cabins during breakfast and they were very nice and it was actually one of our hightlights of the day. We will be back and we will stay there again!
My husband and I spent 3 nights at Moose Creek Cabins--making it our base for exploring Yellowstone. Each cabin is thoughtfully decorated in a different theme. We were in the Ranger Cabin with pictures of Smokey Bear and Ranger gear decorating the walls. Our room was small but comfortable for two people. The room included a microwave, fridge and WiFi. Muffins and coffee were served in the office each morning. Hanging baskets of flowers hang outside of each room. It is in downtown West Yellowstone close to shops and restaurants. If you are planning on hanging around the cabin all day sitting in your room this is not the place for you ( go to a fancy high priced resort)--but --you are next to Yellowstone Park--why would anyone want to do that!
Just returned from Yellowstone, stayed in Elk Cabin. The cabins sit on a cement roadway it is one step out of your door, in the middle of town, and also on a major noisy highway, they are not in the woods as pictured, back of cabins are against another hotel, at the end of the cabins is a large stone parking lot. Everything on the internet pictured is very deceptive. I am a small person and the shower barely fit me. After staying for 6 days I had to leave one day early due to airline scheduling change, owner very rude, and kept my deposit even after staying all week. Stay away from here, way over priced and not worth it compared to other accomodations in the area. Many guests complaining while they were there.