We booked here as soon as we had flights confirmed. My Husband and I stayed here nearly 15yrs ago and wanted to go back with the children. It hadn't really changed much in that time (I mean this in a good way ). The management was different but the overall set up was the same. The staff were quite young on the whole but very friendly and helpful if needed.
We stayed for 3 days, 2 of which we on the all inclusive (which includes all meals and a 4 hr ride). Meals would have been on the more expensive side if not included and there is not a lot of nearby places you could go to instead. The quality of the food was good though, I would recommend the BBQ on Saturday!
The accomodation was in cabins, mostly all were joined to a neighbouring cabin so you can hear the noise of others sometimes. Mostly this wasn't a problem as there are no TV's in the room and no phones there is not much else to do but sleep!
My youngest Daughter enjoyed it so much she kept trying to get us to go back!! Our children (ages 13 and 10) would definitely recommend it but it is not cheap even with an excellent exhange rate!
I would say if horseriding in a beautiful location is your main aim then this could be the place for you, the scenery is stunning.
Just one tip bring insect repellent though we all got some quality bites!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A guest ranch located in the Shoshone National Forest between Cody, WY and the East Entrance of Yellowstone. Lodging, trail Rides, and dining available to guests and to the public. Est. 1925. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Bill Cody Ranch Hotel Cody
- Bill Cody Hotel
- Bill Hotel Cody
- Bill Cody Ranch Wyoming