Ratings based on 180 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from Houston, TX
Expensive for what it offersPosted Sep 29, 2014
Pros: Nice ambience in clean room. Location. Staff were friendly, helpful and polite.
Cons: WiFi was not available. We strongly suspect it rarely is. This is included in the room rate at other National Park properties (but not in Yellowstone)
Location: Very close to Yellowstone park entrance, and within Tetons NP.
Headwaters Ranch is nice enough, but it is pricey for what you get. The room we had was clean and comfortable, but the bathroom was cramped and there are no facilities other than the expensive restaurant. Depending on which cabin you have you might have to move your luggage a significant distance using a cart with pram wheels across a muddy carpark. There isn't any view from your room but the lodge is located right outside the southern entrance to Yellowstone, which probably why the prices are sky high.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Lowell, IN
Peaceful with a feeling of outdoorsPosted Sep 27, 2014
Pros: I liked the setting & cleanliness of the room. Beds were comfortable, too.
Cons: A small frig in room.
Location: I thought it was a perfect location between Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
Our room was part of a 4plex located in a camp/park like setting. The setting was pretty, even though we overlooked the sidewalk area. We wished we were on the backside of our 4plex because it overlooked more of the park area. There weren't very many people there and it was very peaceful. Our room was very clean and comfortable, and I am hard to please. There were 2 rocking chairs on the patio, which was very nice. There was no frig in the standard room and there are no TVs anywhere.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from California
Comfort between Yellowstone and Grand TetonPosted Sep 27, 2014
Pros: I liked how comfortable and attractive the room was and that it had a microwave and refrigerator for our snacks/drinks and breakfast items.
Cons: Internet is not always available because of the remote area and restrictions put on them to build bigger equipment that is more reliable.
Location: It's a beautiful remote area with hiking and fishing to do close by and within ten minutes you can go south to Grand Teton or north to Yellowstone.
We wanted a transition place for our trip to Grand Teton and Yellowstone - and we always prefer individual cabins to hotels. This resort at Flagg Ranch is right inbetween the two national parks so you can stay there and drive to either national park. The "cabins" are more like hotel rooms inside - but not chain hotels - the room was very comfortable, roomy, with distinctive, attractive décor. We got there late one night and were gone all day until late the next night and then left early the next morning so we did not have a chance to enjoy the area itself which is near the Snake River and probably very relaxing and pretty. We were busy exploring the parks. A nice touch was the cute towel animals made for us each night (like on a cruise) and when the internet was out because of a hail storm - they gave us free long distance calling within the United States. This same resort also has a campground and lodge.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Minnesota
AwesomePosted Sep 26, 2014
Very clean, quiet, friendly, a little spendy but worth every cent, staff is helpful, knowledgeable, beautiful part of the country. We rented a cabin that overlooked a meadow with a beautiful view of a river and mountains in the distance. Would stay there again.
by A verified traveler
Too LongPosted Sep 24, 2014
Pros: Size of room and how clean everything was. Check in good.
Internet not available and no TV - very disappointing. - We had reserved for two nights. Our son called us (when we were off resort) to advise he was getting married in Vegas. We left one day early. Resort staff said we would still have to pay for night. Will advise friends to stay in Jackson Hole.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from UK
Beautiful, clean and comfortable cabins.Posted Sep 23, 2014
Great base to explore both Grand Teuton and Yellowstone parks. Very Helpful staff, we enjoyed our stay immensely.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Falls Church, VA
Much better than expectedPosted Sep 22, 2014
Pros: Clean room and bathroom. Very quiet. Comfortable beds. Dinner and breakfast were good and the service was very friendly and quick.
Location: Just outside South Yellowstone so good place to stay if you are going from the Tetons to Yellowstone as you can get a jump on the days activities.
Based on reviews, I was afraid I would not enjoy my stay. But the rooms were very nice and everyone in my group (4 adults) were pleased with their rooms. The food at the restaurant was very good and the elk and buffalo meatloaf was delicious. Very pleasantly surprised. I only have to imagine that the rooms were refurbished and the place is under new management because none of the bad reviews I saw related to the experience that I had the night of 9/15/2014.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Denver, CO
Nice cabin in woods!Posted Sep 20, 2014
Pros: Comfortable beds. Pet friendly.
Cons: Lack of cell, internet and TV service.
Nicely furnished room. Comfortable beds. There is no cell signal on AT&T nor Verizon. In room you could call inside US for free. No internet even inside lobby of main building. No television either. So take games to play and good books. It rained a lot and there were lots of puddles. Our dogs enjoyed their stay. Food was good at the lodge. It is far from any other restaurant so you have to eat there or go a long ways to Colter Bay to eat. It is close to Yellowstone and the drive down to Grand Tetons is spectacular. Best time is morning when the light on the Tetons is wonderous!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Very nice cabinsPosted Sep 16, 2014
Pros: Great staff, lovely cabins
Cons: Prices are a little high, especially food.
Location: Grand Teton National Park is incredibly beautiful. This hotel is at the Northern entrance, as you enter/exit Yellowstone Park.
Bit pricey, as there isn't much competition to keep prices low, but quality is very high. Staff all extremely pleasant and helpful (I am travelling with an 82 year old, moderately deaf mother suffering from altitude sickness - they were very understanding of her needs). Cabins are very nice, having just come from Mammoth Hot Springs, where cabins are listed buildings and so as they were 100 years ago - these were luxurious in comparison. Beds were particularly comfortable and our room concierge not only sculpted our towels into an elephant, but also came around after we checked in to make sure we had everything we needed (and offered us chocolates).
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Walnut Creek, CA
Posted Sep 14, 2014
Really nice place to stay. Choose to both Yellowstone and Grand Teton. No internet, TV, or phone service at Ranch.