YWC served my purpose as a "base camp" for a week working in the Park. The Bison cabin, which is a renovated house trailer, was comfortable and clean. Stove, fridge, washer, dryer , hot water all worked well. Wireless internet signal was on the marginal side, but good enough to check emails nightly. No TV, no phone (why would you want or need either if visiting Yellowstone?). Cell signal was good. Try Eino's for steak - you cook it - about 8 miles north of town. Would also recommend the Grizzly & Wolf center in town. Lost of fly fishermen in the rivers just inside West Gate - fishing must be good!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Yellowstone Wildlife Cabins offers deluxe and budget conscious units. We have 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms and 1 or 2 baths. All units have full kitchens, W&D, all linens, pots and pans, gas BBQs, and secure wi-fi. Some units have flat screens TVs (satellite); fireplaces, and so much more. The Bear Cabin sleeps 7; the Moose Cabin sleeps 4; the Wolf Home sleeps 6: the Bison Home sleeps 4; The Elk Home sleeps 6; the NEW Fox Cabin sleeps 8. All of these units are nice and spacious.Want to have room to stretch out? Don't want neighbors on the other side of the wall? Then stay with us! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Yellowstone Wildlife Cabins Hotel West Yellowstone
- Yellowstone Wildlife Cabins West Yellowstone, Montana