Yellowstone under canvas is located in a beautiful place surrounded by mountains. The staff is excellent, their manager Eric strives to provide the best experience while your stay and all the staff are very sweet, kind and helpful. A once in a life time experience with amazing landscapes, warm camp fires and some of the sweetest people
Traveller from d
Scenically set along the South Fork of the Madison River, just 6 miles from Yellowstone National Park's West Entrance …More
Stage Coach Inn is especially good as a jumping-off point for being able to go the different parts of Yellowstone each day. The desk personnel excelled in being friendly and knowledgeable about the roads and animals and restaurants. The Inn has a lot of rustic charm and the accomodations are fine. Overall very friendly and kind---you felt like you were with family.
Traveller from West Virginia
Stage Coach Inn is just outside the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park, making it easy for guests to visit Old …More
"Great place to stay if your visiting Yellowstone"
We spent two days visiting Yellowstone. We entered the park at Cody (East entrance) and worked our way South and West. We exited in West Yellowstone and stayed at the Dude and Roundup Motel which was very close to the West entrance. The town of West Yellowstone provided plenty of entertainment and shopping. The next morning we went back into Yellowstone using the West entrance and worked our way East then North and exited the park in Montana.
Traveller from Orando, FL
Situated in the business district, this motel is within a 10-minute walk of Yellowstone Big Gun Fun, Playmill Theatre, and …More
Everything was OK, if you are looking a place just to sleep in the night, this hotel is good enough.
But I am not sure if it was worth the money i paid for this hotel. The pricing is because of closeness to Yellowstone not because of the facilities.
Situated in West Yellowstone, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Playmill Theatre, Yellowstone Historic Center, and …More
Yellowstone is one of America's most well-known and best-loved national parks. Open 365 days a year, visitors can take in the abundance of wildlife (don't miss the bison), take a leisurely or backcountry hike, and visit Old Faithful and the geyser basins. Yellowstone is home to 2/3 of the world's geysers. Guided hiking and cycling tours are also available.