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All reviewsstuffed animalscontinental breakfastdeluxe roomold westhistoric hotelboiled eggswaffle makerunderground parkingyogurtfridge and microwaveyellowstone national parkthe breakfast areasmall townbisonstayed nightsfew blocksafter a long day
We had a room on the second floor quite a way down the hall in what must be a newer addition to the hotel. The room was spacious with microwave, fridge and two beds. It was very clean and cozy with a separate desk and...More
This place has such a cosy feeling, it is like something out the movies. The stuffed animals and wooden staircase give it so much character!
I always research my hotels thoroughly before booking; I decided on this inn based on its price and reviews. I’m...More
We stayed in the Stage Coach Inn twice in December 2017, 4 nights in total, before and after a ski trip to Yellowstone. We did actually mostly enjoy our stay here, the historic room was fine, clean, warm and comfortable, and the staff were friendly...More
We were able to get this room for 59/night. Room was spacious. VERY clean. Had microwave and refrigerator. Bathroom was Very small. Staff at the hotel were very friendly and helpful. Tristan was who checked us in and she was our favorite. Helping us with...More
Old nice hotel we stayed in one night doing a snow mobile trip. The hotel is not fancy but it was clean and nice location. The room we had was 2 queen beds, not sure if you can get a king. The hotel was quiet...More
In Yellowstone it is always hard to judge--there is so much going on along the way that you will want to stop and enjoy--Yellowstone changes minute to minute, but I would judge no more than 30 minutes out--my best advise is... More
In Yellowstone it is always hard to judge--there is so much going on along the way that you will want to stop and enjoy--Yellowstone changes minute to minute, but I would judge no more than 30 minutes out--my best advise is not to have a time limit, but let Yellowstone show its many sides to you through out the day.