We sincerely hope that you enjoy your stay and find that our studio is pleasant and well
appointed. We strive to make it as close to ‘home’ as possible.
Available nightly or for an extended stay.
Your stay now includes Free Wireless Internet and Dish TV!
Occupancy limited to 2 persons.
Non-smoking property, there is no smoking allowed anywhere on the premises.
No pets permitted.
Unit located up one flight of stairs.
No elevator- no access for disabled.
Open stair, not suitable for crawling infants or toddlers.
Check-in: 4:00 p.m. (please contact us for late arrivals)
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
($50 charge for every hour that guests occupy the rental past the 11 a.m. check-out time).
Additional Information, Fees & Taxes:
50% Deposit required at time of reservation.
Visa, MasterCard, Discover accepted.
4% Sales tax + 4% lodging tax added to bill.
$49 Damage protection policy required.
Signed lease agreement required at check-in.
Rates subject to change.
Prior to 30 days of arrival will be subject to a 30% cancellation fee of the booking;
30 days or less, no refund.
Fee Based Services:
Vacation packages available- cost plus 25%.
Grocery shopping service- cost plus 35% (minimum $50 charge).
Catering available- with ample notice, cost varies with menu.
Fresh flower & gift basket delivery- cost plus $25 delivery charge.
Housekeeping services $25 per hour.
Laundry drop-off service $3.00 per lb.
A little history and a summary of why we love Cody and Wyoming:
Situated at the base of the Absaroka Mountain Range and alongside the Shoshone River is Cody; namesake and legacy of it’s founder; Colonel William F. Cody, more commonly known as Buffalo Bill, the most famous person in the world at the turn of the 20th century. His western charm, exuberance and adventurous spirit still thrive today in the town known as Cody.
Minutes outside Cody there are miles and miles of scenic grandeur as far as you can see. Wild mustangs and antelope still roam free across the prairie. Moose, bear, bison, wolves, mountain lions, Big Horn sheep, mountain goats, just to name a few, are visible in the forests, marsh and on the majestic mountain tops. Native Trout and other fish species are abundant in the pristine waters of rivers, lakes and streams that are so much a part of this vast, incredibly beautiful landscape that is Wyoming.
Fifty-three miles to the west of Cody is the world’s 1st national park-Yellowstone. Established in 1872, no place on earth compares to the splendor and mystery of this natural bounty with parts still waiting to be discovered. The awe and wonder of Yellowstone attracted early explorers and now modern day explorers, scientists, nature seekers, as well as inspiring writers, artists, photographers from all over the globe.
Every direction you choose to travel from Cody is pure delight. There is discovery and a feast for the eyes around every turn and down every stretch of road.
When you decide to visit and experience the traditions of the old west and see with your own eyes what drew settlers here from long distances, you will not leave here the same. The memories of this unforgettable place will stay with you forever and you will yearn to return someday.
Favorite Activities and Attractions in and around Cody:
Yellowstone National Park, Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Cody Nite Rodeo, Dan Miller's Cowboy Revue at Cody Theatre, Gunfighter's Show at the Irma Hotel, Cody Trolley Tours, Old Trail Town, Cody Recreation Center, Big Horn Cinemas, Buffalo Bill Dam and Reservoir, Big Horn Canyon, Wild Mustangs in the Pryor Mountains, Chief Joseph Scenic Byway, Beartooth Mountains, Riley Arena Ice Rink, Olive Glenn Golf Course, Newton Lake, shooting range, shopping, art galleries, fishing, hunting, horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, camping, boating, canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing, rock climbing, swimming, racquetball, tennis, skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, ice climbing, viewing scenery, wildlife and star gazing.
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