|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Bring your family and friends to the Mountains. Located at 6,666 feet above sea level there are activities abound! Snowmobile packages are available in Winter!
Conveniently located just blocks from restaurants, shopping and activities. West Yellowstone's City park is 1 block away for the young and old to play.
Beautifully furnished end unit with lots of light. 3 levels with deck off main living room and balcony off upper master bedroom. Lower level family room for extra lounging. Full kitchen and eating area with nice flowing floor plan adds for relaxation.
Comfortable 3 bedrooms, master with queen log bed on upper level, 2nd bedroom on upper level includes 2 log full beds, 3rd bedroom on lower level has 2 twins. Extra sleeping area can be arranged by a full sofa bed on lower level. 2 baths and a powder room to meet your needs.
Keywords: Townhouse, condo
My husband and I met in the snowmobile season. We have lived in the area for 14 years and continue to love both the summer and winter seasons. West Yellowstone is a resort town at the West Entrance to Yellowstone National Park. We take advantage of the beautiful nature that surrounds us and visit the park regularly. The winter season finds us on the 300 miles of groomed snowmobile trails outside the park viewing wildlife, Mesa Falls and the magnificent views from Two Top Mountain.
Sandi purchased this townhome in 2007
We like being within walking distance of great food, shopping and entertainment, this Townhouse is approximate 3 blocks from it all. The City Park is 1 block away and Music in the Park on Friday nights in the summer makes a wonderful evening relaxing while kids play. Snowhill in the park is great for sledding by kids of all ages!
Had a wonderful time in your townhouse! Was so much room for our 2 families we would love to return to this fab. house.
I’m going to make this as fair as possible so I’m going start with the positive. The location is great, the furnishing are nice, the kitchen is well stocked with all the supplies you would need to do some cooking, and the beds were excellent. The place wasn’t spotless, but it was adequately clean. The area was quiet and it was a nice place to relax after long days exploring the park.
Now for the problem, the owner.
A group of friends from all over the country were doing a long road trip through MT and because of space requirements we knew we needed laundry facilities along the way. The web site for the townhouse has since changed but when I booked the place it was clearly advertising laundry available on the premisis. Based on the advertisements this place seemed perfect.
However, when we arrived we found no laundry accessible; there was a door in the basement with a lock and no way to open it. I immediately emailed the owner to complain about the fact when I booked the place laundry was being advertised, and now I’m here and the laundry room has a lock on the door.
Two days later I got a very passive aggressive response from the owner. It gave a laundry list of excuses why over the course of the past year she had not been able to get anyone to come look at the dryer. That laundry was such a small deal that she didn’t think it should matter and that the townhouse was nice enough that I should just enjoy it and get over the laundry. No real appology. “I’m sorry for your disappointment.” is not the same thing as “I’m sorry. I screwed up”. No offer to even attempt to make it right. I responded to that email, over a week ago and have received no reply at all.
The attitude I received combined with a general lacksidasical approach toward managing this property turned what could have been one of the best places we stayed into the worst lodging experience of the trip.
The townhouse itself is very nice, but if you advertise an ammenity, you should make sure it’s available, or at the very least inform they occupant ahead of time if it’s not going to be available. That way they can make an informed decision about whether to keep that reservation or not. And at the very least you should not cop an attitude when a customer complains because you falsely advertised something.
Contrary to the reviewer before me, we did not smell the first scent of mold. The townhouse was clean and inviting and perfect for our stay. Everyone had their own space, which was so nice. If you have issues with counter space, you have a large dining room table to use, so that was not a problem at all. The fridge is huge, and we enjoyed that there were spices in the cabinets, plenty of cooking utensils, and even things like coffee filters and aluminum foil. We had no issues with the lock, and the grill worked great! We spent so much time in the park that we were not looking for huge expansive decks with views when we got back. We just wanted to put our feet up and enjoy a home cooked meal and relax, and were were able to do that with ease here. We kept the upstairs windows open during the day, and by nighttime, all you had to do was turn on the fan in your bedroom, and you could sleep very comfortable under a sheet or light blanket. Another great selling point about this townhouse is that it is so close to town (you can shop or eat out if you don't want to cook, and there is a nice little supermarket, too) and so close to the West entrance of the park. If you are spending a few days here and want to catch all the sites on the loop trail, it is just 14 miles from the Yellowstone Loop to the West entrance, so we never felt like we had a long, draining drive back to the townhouse after a long day of sightseeing. The pictures and descriptions were accurate for this unit, and we were immensely pleased. We only heard one loud motorcyclist drive by (other than that, it was mostly a quiet street and the only noise you heard were families bike riding and giggling as they biked), and no place is sound proof enough for that motorcycle that went by. We highly recommend this spot for the perfect visit to Yellowstone!
The downstairs should be shut off and not used until the mold is dealt with. An air freshener will not cure mold. The kitchen counter space, tiny. Warning if going in July/August - no a/c and it does get hot in there particularly the upstairs bedrooms. We managed to have some bugs eat on a motorcycle cover and at least two shirts so far that we know of. The sleeper sofa was broken. The deck should not even be included as a selling point. The downstairs one is only large enough for the grill on it and the upstairs one is a nice few of the very close building next to this townhouse. I would plan to only use the two upstairs bedrooms with no a/c and a shower that has no light over it, dark shaving opportunities for legs ladies. The road noise was tough for sleeping. I had to wear earplugs with a pillow over my head. I'm not that hard to please but I sure didn't sleep well here and I was blessed not to have a downstairs room.
We enjoyed our stay at this home in West Yellowstone. Although it took me a couple of tries to successfully use the key code for the door, I did get the hang of it. I actually think I would like this on my own home! The Altitude Townhouse was clean and laid out well for our family. My only complaint is that the downstairs smelled a little musty after a couple of days. With the washer downstairs, it just smelled wet down there. We think it might be the drier; it took a long time to dry the clothes. Other than that, we loved the house!
Though the town home was clean & tidy, but we had a nervy moment once we arrived late in the night on 23rd and couldn't get into the house as the lock codes were not updated. Good that we were able to quickly resolve it. The utensils were not all clean & we were restricted to using a few because we didn't want to touch others.
Just blocks away from the West Entrance of Yellowstone National Park, Grizzly Discovery Center and Imax Theatre.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
May 15 - Oct 1
3 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Notes||Rates are subject to change until reserved. Rate is for 6 people. Additional $25/night per person up to 8 people maximum.|
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