A perfect home base for exploring the Yellowstone region, the Inn features four comfortable guest rooms and is conveniently located just three blocks from the Roosevelt Arch and original entrance to Yellowstone. Built in 1904 by W.A. Hall, the Inn is a three story stone structure constructed from leftover rock from the Roosevelt Arch and retains two original stain glass windows. Nestled in a quiet residential neighborhood off the main highway and next to the Yellowstone River, the house has many large windows that invite you to take in the natural beauty of the mountainous area. After a long day of exploring, relax to the sounds of the river on the covered back porch while gazing at the immaculately landscaped garden featuring numerous lilac bushes, a fire pit and a BBQ. In the winter, a free standing Vermont Castings wood stove provides a warm and cozy refuge from the cold and snow. A hearty country breakfast will get you energized for your day of exploration and adventure. The most popular and requested entrée is the Cowboy Skillet. A blend of roasted red potatoes, sausage, fresh veggies, topped with tomatoes, artichoke hearts and cheese and served with either warm croissants, raspberry and white chocolate scones or cinnamon rolls.
Yellowstone Suite: Queen bed, 3rd floor with view of Electric Peak, Private bath with claw foot tub/shower combo, Kitchenette with 4 burner Stove top, Microwave, Sink, Refrigerator, Utensils, In-room Amenities: 26" Flat Screen TV w/Satellite & DVD, Ceiling fan, Window air conditioner, Hair dryer, Coffee maker, Toiletries provided, WiFi in room Can accommodate up to 4 people with full size futon (Extra person fees apply)
Queen bed 3rd floor with view of cottage garden Private oversized bath with tub/shower combo, In-room Amenities: 26" Flat Screen TV w/Satellite & DVD, Ceiling fan, Window air conditioner, Hair dryer, Mini-Refrigerator, Microwave, Coffee maker, Toiletries provided, WiFi in room, Can accommodate up to 4 people with a queen size air mattress and/or twin rollaway (Extra person fees apply)
Queen Bed, 2nd floor with view of cottage garden, Shared bath with tub/shower combo, In-room Amenities: 22" Flat Screen TV w/Satellite & DVD, Ceiling fan, Window air conditioner, Hair dryer, Mini-Refrigerator, Coffee maker, Toiletries provided, Accommodates up to 2 people, WiFi in room
Queen and Twin bed, 2nd floor with view of Electric Peak, Shared bath with tub/shower combo, In-room Amenities: 22" Flat Screen TV w/Satellite & DVD, Ceiling fan, Window air conditioner, Hair dryer, Mini-Refrigerator, Coffee maker, Toiletries provided, WiFi in room, Accommodates up to 3 people (Extra person fees apply)
4.4 on June 13, 2014
This B&B is in the perfect location, especially if your travel continues into Montana. Julie is a delightful hostess and the rooms are lovely...we peeked into (I think) all of them. For a visit to Yellowstone this is perfect.
2.4 on September 04, 2013
Gardiner is a good area to stay for visiting Yellowstone. Our rooms were clean and comfortable. Overall, it was not the best experience I've had staying at B&B's. Breakfast was generally not very appealing.
3.4 on July 12, 2012
We were only in the Gardner area one night. The B&B was very clean and the room was exactly what we needed. My husband, daughter and I shared one room. There was plenty of room for all of us. The breakfast got us off to a good start.
5 on January 15, 2012
My wife and I do a lot of Wildlife photography so spend a lot of time in Yellowstone, and every time we go we stay at Julie's. The only time we don't is if she is already booked up. The reason we always stay at Julie's - simple - she has a fantastic house and the service is excellent.
3.6 on July 17, 2011
We stayed here on the 4th of July this year, we had been travelling from south west yellowstone around the part and when we arrived it was really difficult to find the bandb as our sat nav was not working correctly, but the lady in the arage pointed out the direction and we were thenok. The owner was not at the bandb but had left us a lovely note and some cookies to allow ourselves in and some info on places to eat and drink, the room was really comfortable and the house was very cute and quirky. The only downside was our breakfast, the previous reviews in our comment book said that the breakfast was pancakes and fruit etc, but we received eggs and bacon mixed up in a hot pan which was ok but not eactly what we were expecting. The owner was really friendly and the dog dancer was also very sweet.
4.4 on June 29, 2011
Julie is a gracious host and the location was ideal for traveling through Yellowstone's North Gate.
4.8 on July 20, 2010
We were very happy with our stay. The owner is very nice and prepares a wonderful breakfast. It is located right at the entrance to the park and has a beautiful back yard. I would stay again.
3.0 on May 19, 2010
Negatives: Cold water spigot of kitchen sink was inoperable. Water pressure in shower varied tremendously depending on whether others at B&B were using H2O. At times it was a dribble. No bed-making or room cleaning or supplies check over our stay. Dish network package doesn't include many channels (PBS) we normally view. Difficult parking when rooms were full-up. Positives: Pretty quiet (distant barking of neighborhood dogs) room. Portable radiator came in handy. Fresh baking every morning. Sweet dog with run of the house (could be a negative). P&J in the 'fridge allowed for a quick take-out snack.
4.6 on May 13, 2010
Julie is amazing host, her place is beautiful. I love that place. Next time I go there I will contact her. Will recommend to all my friends. Thank you very much Julie. Say hello to Dancer!
4.6 on May 10, 2010
We stayed with Julie for an entire week. The house is incredibly clean and tidy. There were no surprises except that Dancer (the dog) is a real treat to be around. We loved getting to know Julie and Dancer. We would happily stay with them again if at all possible.
On North boundary of Yellowstone National Park, 3 blocks from Roosevelt Arch, Residential neighborhood off the main highway, Mountains, Small town
Bozeman, MT (BZN-Gallatin Field) 75 miles
Follow I90 to Livingston, MT turn south on highway 89 to Gardiner.
Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, River rafting, Wildlife watching, Art Galleries, Yellowstone National Park, Hunting, Hiking, Picnic area, River, Rodeo
Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Telephone, Videos , Covered Balcony & Porch, New outdoor deck with view of Electric Peak, Original stainglass windows, Private landscaped garden
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Microwave, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Dog sledding, Wildlife viewing at Yellowstone National Park, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting