We spent 4 nights at Gardiner as a base for visiting Yellowstone National Park. The park is so amazing that any other issues are insignificant! However, when we arrived we were welcomed and given advice on places to eat, which was informative. The room was a good size and amenities sufficient
I messed up the dates and we showed up a day earlier than we were supposed to. Burton was the perfect host and graciously found us a beautiful cabin right on the river. The cabin was very clean and spacious with a huge patio overlooking the river. He even gave us expert tips on places to see in Yellowstone. We will definitely be staying there anytime we are in Yellowstone.
The photos are misleading as our cabin looked nothing like those on the website. There must be a few different cabins with differing amenities, furnishings, and layouts. Ours had a nice washer and dryer. Curtains on the bedroom window were transparent, and no cover on the bathroom window. Our "sofa" in the living room was probably a futon bed and non-functional for sitting. We slept in the bedroom with the quiet bed and the working TV, but the bed was not all that comfortable. No closet, but a rolling rack for hanging clothes in the hallway. Our cabin was in a remote location about 15 to 20 minutes up a dirt road. Some privately owned cabins were well maintained, but others looked very run down. After arrival, we discovered that we had no washcloths, only one hand towel, and only two small bars of soap. All to last us for three days because maid service is only every three days. We couldn't call the front desk to have those items delivered because our cell phones didn't work and there was no phone in our cabin. In fairness, however, we stopped by the office in town the next day and washcloths, hand towels, and more soap were promptly delivered. One reviewer was not happy with the heat, however our cabin had a good heater in the hallway which warmed all the rooms. TVs in each bedroom, but could only get one to work, and none in the living room. Artwork was "interesting". We had four cloth pennants covered in plastic which were all the same - a moose.
Pocket Guide: Yellowstone National Park North Entrance Yellowstone Hotels
Close to the Montana towns of Gardiner, Livingston, and Bozeman, Yellowstone’s North Entrance is the first official entrance to this national park. It offers quick and easy access to the historic Roosevelt Arch, as well as to Paradise Valley and the Yellowstone River.
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