Ratings based on 146 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Nigel
Nice, but could be betterPosted Oct 24, 2013
Pros: Location and room.
Cons: Cleanliness and Wi-Fi.
This is a great location and the lodge we stayed in was very comfortable. However, the fly I killed on day 1 was still on the bathroom floor when we left on day 4, so room cleaning could have been better. Plus it was advertised with free Wi-Fi, but this rarely worked, so I would bare that in mind it you were expecting to be able to use the internet. We had booked all out accommodation with Wi-Fi so we could keep in touch with our children, so this was a bit disappointing. The restaurant was good as was the breakfasts, so if they sorted out the cleaning and Wi-Fi I would rate this as excellent.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Oct 12, 2013 on Hotels.com
It was a very nice "destination" hotel. However, we were one night guests and found it only through an internet search. That is not a criticism: just an observation about how we ended up there. We do have a criticism, though: we arrived in the dark on a raining night and could not find the lodge. We came to an intersection that clearly had a camp ground one direction and a vague sign for the other. It would have helped if it had said "registration" that way. Thanks for listening
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Good location, comfortable room; good breakfastPosted Oct 8, 2013
Stay of 2 nights was comfortable. Trail short and river crossing not good.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Would recommend.Posted Oct 6, 2013
The only draw back is that you have to eat there unless you want to drive miles and miles to somewhere else and the prices are a little high, but overall good.
for Everyoneby Ruth from South Carolina
Great - Quiet! - place to stay between 2 ParksPosted Oct 5, 2013
Pros: Location, close to Yellowstone and Grand Tetons; quiet atmosphere; good food. On our way in, we saw a bull moose and watched him bugle for his mate.
Cons: Parking lots - cabin lot was muddy and lodge parking needed a few lights, even if they turn off at a certain time.
Location: Between Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons. Visit National Parks, see wildlife (sometimes between cabins!), all the outdoor things. Attached campground.
Great location to see both Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons. Headwaters Lodge at Flagg Ranch is halfway between the north gate of the Tetons and the south gate for Yellowstone. I LOVED it! A word of warning: IT DOES NOT HAVE TVs, INTERNET OR CELL SERVICE. That is either a good thing - if you want to get away for a few days - or a bad thing, if you have to stay connected. For me, it was a very good thing. Despite telling my husband this before we left home, he walked into our room, looked around and said, "No TV?" We stayed in the cabins, which are typical hotel rooms with 2 queen beds, small table area, and bathroom area. It's more spacious than most, with plenty of room. Reservation included breakfast in the lodge each morning. The choices are varied and breakfast was always good. We also had dinner in the lodge each night; it seemed to work out that we would do a long day in one of the parks and come in for a calm, laid-back dinner. The chili was a little spicy for my taste but I loved the carmelized goat cheese appetizer as well as the huckleberry/raspberry vinaigrette for salad. Service was always good, but they did not hover. We tried prime rib, filet mignon, bison/elk meat loaf, and a couple of other items. All were good but my husband commented the last night that he was glad we hadn't gotten the filet until then because he'd have wanted it every night. Meals are pricey ($18-35/entree) but good.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
About the hotel near Yellowstone south entrancePosted Oct 4, 2013
Pros: Clean, big room
Cons: The parking lot is not paved - muddy
The usher at the resturant - was not welcoming and difficult.
Recommendedby Stefan from New Hampshire
Reasonable value in between two national parksPosted Oct 4, 2013 on Hotels.com
Pluses: good location, ample space, peaceful. Minuses: slightly pricey, no (working) internet, some stains on the carpet.
for Familiesby AUSSKY from Hillsboro, KS
convenient location near Teton & YellowstonePosted Oct 3, 2013 on Hotels.com
Stay was relatively expensive but location near Teton & Yellowstone was a definite benefit. Cabins comfortable and clean, heating good. Restaurant service very good, meals excellent but not cheap! Limited or little cell phone or wifi coverage and no TV in the cabins ensuring a true 'offline experience'.
by roarindan from upstate NY
no ranch... at the ranchPosted Oct 2, 2013
Pros: it's on the way to Yellowstone.
Cons: wait staff could stand a BIG upgrade.
Location: yellowstone park is up the road.
no cattle, no horses, giraffe, water buffalo, ducks, chickens or field mice at this "RANCH". Its a bunch of prefab cabins outside Yellowstone Park TV not allowed but they can bury electric wires for the lawn sprinklers. Dinner wasn't anything great. Our waiter refused to get a customer the desert menu because ..." I'M ALL ALONE HERE" Breakfast was VERY disappointing, even though it was free; We each got 1 drink and 1 breakfast entree. I ordered Sausage gravy and biscuits with a cup of coffee. somewhere near 6 minutes later our waiter walked by and my wife had to stop him and ask if we could get our coffee!! We didn't bother to ask for a spoon as they weren't with the fork and knife in the napkin When our breakfast did arrive my gravy was "cold".. not room temp.,,,,"cold"!! the biscuits were dry and cold also. save yerself some money, time, and hard feelings,, dont stay there.
for Everyoneby Rick from Colorado Springs
Convenient location near Yellowstone National ParkPosted Oct 2, 2013
Pros: Location and cleanliness were excellent and the restaurant was very good.
Cons: Have a TV in the rooms .
Location: Near Yellowstone National Park.
They were nice size cabins with a very convenient location.