|Minimum Stay||4 nights|
Even the most experienced travelers marvel at how close Lamar Valley Cabins are to the greatest wildlife viewing the in world.
See the wolf packs of the Lamar Valley, view herds of bison and elk, and spot mountain goats, big horn sheep, grizzly bears, and countless other creatures a few short minutes away.
In the winter enjoy world class back-country skiing and snowmobiling! Enjoy the trails in Cooke City on your sled during the day, but come home to quiet Silver Gate at night.
At Lamar Valley Cabin you can start your days in the private, quiet, wood paneled breakfast nook. Gaze at 360 degree views of two spectacular mountain peaks while sipping your morning coffee.
As guests and family awaken and wander downstairs, enjoy plenty of space and seating as you make breakfast in the gourmet kitchen and get organized for the day.
Adding to the warm character of the large main room downstairs are two bedrooms upstairs furnished with wooden antique headboards and dressers. Queen beds in each.
Privacy and separation from the main living area, these bedrooms have a shared marble-tiled full bathroom and generous shower head with unlimited hot water.
The favorite place to sleep is in the ultra cozy foam double bed perched next to the picture window at the top of the stairs. From here visitors get lost in the unique, lofty views of Amphitheater Peak
Sleep two additional children or guests in the pull out bed in the sofa downstairs.
No need to over-pack - enjoy access to our LG washer and dryer!
Peace of mind is had by all as this cabin offers free unlimited long distance phone service as well as free wireless internet. Also, our friendly managers are right across the street, so anything extra you may they can get for you quickly.
Finally, you asked and we listened! This spring Jeff and I are building an outdoor grilling/seating area! If you are lucky, you can see mountain goats from the back yard and get a personal view of Jackson, the town bison who loves our backyard.
Jeff and Karen Hogan live in Jackson, Wyoming. Jeff makes wildlife films and have chosen Silver Gate as a home-base when filming in Yellowstone. Karen a dancer teacher in Jackson. They love sharing their love of wildlife, good food, and the outdoors with their son Finn.
Karen Hogan or Jeff Hogan purchased this cabin in 2010
We choose this property because of the unique character of Silver Gate. It's a town that is frozen in time. It's quiet, charming, and is a true reflection of western life in the Rockies. Close to Yellowstone, but has none of the hustle and bustle of other boarder towns. One of the best kept secrets out there!
With it's modern conveniences and warm rustic feel, this home is perfect for the traveler who desires ease and comfort on vacation. Everything is in good working order, and we have on-site managers should you need immediate assistance.
The owner was great to work with. Very quick to respond and helpful. The property was great. We went to Cooke City snowmobiling with another couple and stayed here in Silver Gate. The cabin was beautiful. The area is gorgeous and very peaceful. We saw moose several times on our ride from Silver Gate to Cooke City. Only thing that would have made the stay better is a hot tub
We enjoyed our stay at the cabin in Silver Gate. It's an extremely comfortable place to stay. The cabin was clean, was well equipped, and everything worked as the instructions said. The propane heater was a nice touch since it did get quite cold at night and the extra boost to the heat was nice and cozy. The cabin is only a mile outside the Yellowstone Northeast entrance which makes it a quick trip into the Park and especially to Lamar Valley where many animals reside. It's just a nice place to come back to after a day Yellowstone.
great cabin with such a perfect location to northeast park hiking and fishing as well as beartooth hwy and clarks fork. need laundry unlocked prior to visit as nice folks looking after cabins use it to do all needed. comfy comfy beds x 10. what a relief after first four nights in cabins with not so much comfy.
The weather was cold so we really enjoyed the warmth of the gas wood stove in the evenings. Cabin was comfortable and clean. There were plenty of towels and sheets and the kitchen was well-stocked. The only negative thing was all the steps--too many for anyone with knee problems. Recommend driving the Beartooth Highway to see marmots, pikas, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, and lots of spectacular scenery on the tundra.
Beautiful home in excellent location near the Northeast entrance of Yellowstone. Great kitchen and comfortable beds. We enjoyed returning to relax each night after a full day at the park. The owner was very helpful in providing information on the area as well as the property managers at the "Stop the Car" cafe. (Note there is no tv, radio, and limited wireless service). Suggestion to the owner would be to add a radio with docking station so there is at least some music.
Definitely would recommend the property and hope to return again.
This perfectly located cabin is so close to the park entrance that you might miss it if you are not careful.
Accommodations were ideal and the cabin itself was fantastic. Easy to deal with the owner and a pretty good $ value for being so close to the park entrance.
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Oct 31 2014 - Apr 30 2015
4 night minimum stay
May 1 2015 - Sep 30 2015
4 night minimum stay
* If you see a hole in our calendar with 2 or 3 days available, please contact us as we may be able to book for a shorter stay!
Accept Visa, MC and Discover. Guests may also send personal check or request a PayPal invoice. 50% deposit of total charges required to reserve stay.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.