What a wonderful discovery. With only a handful of reviews here, a very limited website, it was though booking.com that I took the plunge and booked. We had a normal room, it was very generous in size with 1 Queen bed ( I wished it had been a king - plenty of room for one ) and a large sofa with 1 small side table. There was a large "box" at the end of the bed with cushions in and a old school desk. A proper table to sit at would have been a nice option especially if your there for 3+ nights for laptop work, sorting cameras out etc. Plenty of parking, and walkable to a range of shops and bars and to the river. Minutes to the park gates, up the hill to Mammoth and down into the Lamar Valley for dawn, happy happy days. The "kitchen end" offered a coffee machine, washing up stuff, some paper plates, disposable cutlery, and mugs for the coffee. All you need really, oh and the microwave and fridge of course. The bathroom was great, well stocked, loads of towels and spares on top of those, a decent hairdrier! ( hurrah) water pressure was good too. We received a wonderful warm reception, and should we be passing through Jackson again I would absolutely stay here again…
Cute lodge that was well equipped and very comfortable. Nice kitchen with pots, pans and utensils you would need to do basic cooking. 2 queen beds with comfortable mattress and linens The gate to the Yellowstone-national-park is less than a mile. Highly recommend Will definitely go back
Great place and location. Easy walk to places in town (gift shops, restaurants, coffee shop). Grocery store is a few minute drive over the bridge. Short walk to North Entrance of Yellowstone entrance (Roosevelt Arch). Owners were very friendly and helpful. Both Gina and Hilary are super nice and accommodating. Check in / check out is super easy and smooth. We stayed in cabin #2. It was very clean and quiet. Full kitchen, living room area was really nice. Great place to land after a long day in the park. Highly recommend.
Could not be more convenient to Yellowstone and restaurants in Gardiner. Large rooms, comfortable beds, quiet. Reasonable rates. Great alternative to $300+ per night in the park but only a five mile scenic drive to Mammoth. See as much wildlife in Gardiner as in the park! Elk at our front door!
Fun little place. Very friendly. Room was very clean, parking was a bit tight, but highly recommend these cute rooms! So close to park entrance. Great place, highly recommend! Great start to our vacation.