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.
5 on June 25, 2016
This quaint B&B in Gardiner Montana was perfect for us. The rooms were pretty, clean and comfortable, the breakfasts were fantastic and our hosts Katie and john made it feel like were home. A wonderful place to hang your hat at the end of the day.
2.6 on June 15, 2016
Futon for third person in room was uncomfortable. Electrical issues, lighting in bathroom flickered on and off. Shower over bathtub was impossible to get in and out of due to draping of shower curtain completely around tub. Room possibly has mold issues, we were completely conjested during the night but conjestion cleared up in morning when we vacated the room.
2.8 on June 15, 2016
Very nice couple who host the guests. Great breakfast! Rooms could be a little cleaner and breakfast should be served earlier than 8:30 because one wants to spend as much time in the NP.
4.0 on June 12, 2016
We were looking for a place to stay the night at the north end of yellowstone before going back through the park the next day. We asked our host if she would pack a sack breakfast as we were leaving by 5am. She not only packed a delicious breakfast but we had a microwave right in our room to heat it up. She was quick to respond to our inquiries as well. I would recommend.
3.6 on June 11, 2016
My wife and I had a great stay at this B&B. We met the super friendly new owners of this B&B and stayed in one of the most comfortable beds ever. The location is great as it is right at the north entrance of Yellowstone. We didn't get to try any of the breakfasts as we got an EARLY start every day to see the park and avoid the crowds. The wrap-around porch is ideal to sit and enjoy a cup of coffee while enjoying the view.
4.2 on June 10, 2016
2 night good stay for yellow stone NP trip
5 on April 27, 2016
We stayed the summer of 2014 and loved our stay!!! Very good breakfast and the host was very friendly. High recommend this place and plan to return!
4.0 on October 27, 2015
Absolutely charming delightful warm, cozy, homely, comfortable B&B. Julie is a great host, taking care of use real early in the morning even in the off-season.
5 on October 18, 2015
Great location just 5 miles from Mammoth Hot Springs Left about 8 am in the morning and were greeted by 4 deer in the yard. Will stay here again next time we visit Yellowstone
3.8 on October 05, 2015
Tucked away, this B&B was such a nice surprise at the end of a long day. The inn is well maintained and the rooms are delightful, large, and well equipped. I did not meet the innkeeper, but she left everything easily accessible and understandable. I will certainly return to this Inn and will recommend it to friends.
2nd floor with view of cottage garden & morning sunshine. Shared bath with tub/shower combo. In-room: Free WiFi, 22" Flat screen TV w/Satellite & DVD, Ceiling fan, Window air conditioner, Hair dryer, Mini-Refrigerator, Toiletries Provided. ONLY Accommodates up to 2 people!
3rd floor with view of Electric Peak. Private bath with claw foot tub/shower combo. Kitchenette with stove top, microwave, sink, refrigerator, utensils. In-room: Free WiFi, 27" Flat screen TV w/Satellite & DVD, Ceiling fan, Window air conditioner, Hair dryer, Toiletries provided. Can accommodate up to 4 people with a full size futon!
3rd floor with view of cottage garden & morning sunshine. Private oversized bath with tub/shower combo. In-room: Free WiFi, 27" Flat screen TV w/Satellite & DVD, Ceiling fan, Window air conditioner, Hair dryer, Mini-Refrigerator, Microwave, Toiletries Provided. Can accommodate up to 3 people with a twin rollaway!
2nd floor with view of Electric Peak. Shared bath with tub/shower combo. Queen AND Twin bed. In-room: Free WiFi, 22" Flat screen TV w/Satellite & DVD, Ceiling fan, Window air conditioner, Hair dryer, Mini-Refrigerator, Toiletries Provided. ONLY Accommodates up to 3 people!
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
Enter Gardiner off of Highway 89 Cross over the Yellowstone river and turn right on Stone Street. Go 2 blocks to 4th Street South and turn right. The Inn is straight ahead on the right.
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, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Microwave, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
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