A Western Rose Cabin - Cooke City
Off the grid at it's finest! 3 queen-beds, with a capacity of 6. Located just off the main road just after Cooke City in Silver Gate, MT leading to the Northeast Gate of Yellowstone.
This charming, recently built cabin has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, a loft, large deck and small walk-out patio. Cozy queen-size bed sleeping arrangements for up to 6 people. Guests are able to spread out throughout an impressive 1,000 square feet of living space, making it an ideal lodging accommodation choice for a family or a group of close friends looking for the ultimate mountain experience just outside the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park. Sightings include bison, moose, elk, deer, bear - and yes, wolves!
Located just minutes from the Northeast Entrance to Yellowstone National Park and a few hours from airports, our incredible scenery both in the Park and in the surrounding Beartooth Mountains and three communities in one - Colter Pass, Cooke City and Silver Gate. We are only a few hours drive from larger cities like Billings, MT & Cody, WY. A Western Rose Cabin offers remote mountain scenery, waterfalls, wildlife and special people. Our area is only a few miles from trails, wilderness, the All-American Beartooth Highway, Chief Joseph Scenic Byway and the Northeast Entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Since we border 3 National Forests, Shoshone, Gallatin and Custer and a National Park we have more lakes, rivers and scenic vistas that you will never run out of high country adventure. Fly fishing opportunities abound in streams, rivers, and alpine lakes. Visitors can access the unbelievable Beartooth Pass via what Charles Kuralt once described as 'the most beautiful drive in America.
You'll feel right at home the moment you step inside the cabin's beautiful interior, boasting extravagant furnishings, cozy wood touches and a gas stove. Massive windows throughout the cabin frame expansive views of the surrounding scenery creating a dazzling backdrop for your trip.
No cell or internet service, but there is a landline. Welcome to Nature!