|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
MINIMUM THREE NIGHT STAY. The Double L Bar lies within the beautiful Absaroka Mountains of Northwest Wyoming and the East Entrance of Yellowstone National Park. It is located approximately 30 miles southwest of Cody, Wyoming. Guests enjoy this area for its abundant trails, hiking, fishing, hunting, biking, camping, and photographic opportunities. Here you are at the heart of the greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Home to grizzly bears, bighorn sheep, elk, deer, and pronghorn antelope, mountain lions, coyotes, and wolves. This secluded property borders National Forest Lands. A 3 mile hike out the backdoor will put you in the Washakie Wilderness. Check in: 11 AM, Check Out: 4 PM
This was a great place to stay. While it takes a little while to get there from Cody, it is well worth it. The views are spectacular, the house is very comfortable and the owners are very helpful and accommodating.
I wish we had spent a few more days here, there's so much to see without even leaving the property. We used it as our home base for traveling to Yellowstone, so there wasn't much time left at the end of the day to really explore the Ranch. We really enjoyed seeing the horses every morning on the way out and sitting by the fireplace every evening after a long day of sightseeing. Next time we will spend at least a week here.
The only slight disappointment was the fact that the original master bedroom is now a kids room with bunk beds, so there really is no master bedroom. Which meant that the master bath was way on the other side of the house and the sleeping quarters for the adults were sorta small.
All in all, it was a great stay and we would highly recommend the Double L Bar Lodge Guest Ranch!
The Lodge is 100 years old, but completely updated and very clean. It's filled with charm and very spacious for our family of 8. We loved staying there. The location provides amazing views but felt like quite a trek from Cody (about a 40 min drive). However the drive was beautiful with many wild life spottings. The hosts are very hospitable and provided a short history of the place and wildlife talk on our request. We went for a three hour hike in the mountains on their property and the kids loved splashing around in the creek. All in all it ended up being our favorite place that we stayed on our 2 week road trip. This is the place to unplug, because we had no internet or cell service while there. My kids want to go back and stay for a whole week next vacation.
We were very impressed with cabin and its size; its remote mountain location and well decorated interior exceeded our expectations! We had a great time hiking/fishing/viewing wild life in the area.
If you are looking for a place to stay where you can sit out on a huge covered porch, drink your morning coffee, and look up at one of the most beautiful views in Wyoming, then this is the place for you. As an added benefit, you will be seriously out in the middle of no where and will be bothered by no one. The icing on the cake is the lodge that you will be awed by. Beautiful furnishings, modern appliances, and great water pressure, blends with a hunting lodge that boasts a living room with a fireplace large enough to roast a stag, bedrooms with comfy beds covered in colorful country quilts, and a kitchen with an eating area that can hold a large family. The drive to and from the lodge was always an adventure. We never failed to see wildlife, including a large male pronghorn that loved to pose for us. The owners, Ken and Jill, were very friendly and helpful, and filled us in on the history of the property. Plan several days of just staying at the lodge, sitting by the creek that flows in front of the property, hiking the hills, and enjoying the solitude. You can truly get away from it all.
We very much enjoyed our stay in a large 100-year old cabin furnished with antique artifacts, but completely updated. The scenery was spectacular. The drive to Cody was long, but we didn't need to go often. Enjoyed a great horseback ride at a ranch down the road.
Words can not describe what a great place the Double L Bar Guest Ranch was to spend five days with my grandsons . They all said the cabin was the highlight of our two week trip out west . It was a trip that they will never forget . It was a taste of the old west and the mountains all in one. I enjoyed getting up in the morning and starting the fire and watching the sun come up over the snowcapped mountains , then fixing breakfast for the boys . Bob Kik (papa)
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
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Nightly Rate: $250 - $250
Weekly Rate: $1750 - $1750
Monthly Rate: $7500 - $7500
$250/night. $1750/week. $7500/month. Plus 8% Lodging\Sales Tax.
50% Deposit required at the time of reservation.
3 night minimum stay
Cancelation policy: Should guests cancel their reservation in writing, at least 1 month prior to the check in date, one hundred percent (1oo%) of the deposit will be refunded. All other cancelations will result in no refund of the deposit.