Beaver Springs Chalet Yellowstone – Island Park, Idaho
Often ranked among the best cabin rentals in the area, Beaver Springs Chalet is 31 miles from Yellowstone, providing a tranquil setting while being within easy reach of the park. Located on a two-acre property, you will be surrounded by stunning beauty, overlooking lush lawns and ponds while enjoying a comfortable, high-end retreat. A three-bedroom chalet-style cabin, it sleeps a group of up to 10 and includes all the modern conveniences, from a full kitchen to a 50” HDTV and cozy gas fireplace. You’ll have a fire pit with plenty of wood, perfect for roasting marshmallows under the stars, and you’ll also want to spend time relaxing on the deck, watching for wildlife like moose, deer, owls, hummingbirds, and the occasional Bald Eagle,
Guest House Sauna and Hot Tub – Cooke City, Montana
Located just minutes from Yellowstone’s northeast entrance, the MTNLUX home is nestled in the woods overlooking Soda Butte Creek, providing a comfortable stay for up to six people. It sits right on the Bannock Trail, providing easy access to hiking or snowmobiling in and around the park, depending on the season. After a day of fun, come back and soak in the hot tub overlooking the creek, enjoy the sauna, or relax while watching a movie with a big screen satellite TV, DVD player, and DVD library all included. There is also a washer/dryer and a very well equipped kitchen.
Main Family Home with Additional Guest House – West Yellowstone, Montana
Ideal when traveling with a group that requires plenty of space and privacy, this rental includes a three-bedroom house plus a guest house, sleeping up to 12 people. Just six miles from the park’s west entrance, you’ll get a two-in-one home here. When you’re not visiting the park, enjoy hiking in the national forest right outside your door or hang out on the furnished deck that includes a barbecue for grilling. You’ll have a gas fireplace, a 50″ TV, and a full kitchen. In the guest house, the family room has a Nintendo Wii, card and board games for indoor entertainment.
Historic Stone School – Emigrant, Montana
Located 30 minutes from the park’s north entrance, this historic school offers a unique stay in Tom Miner Basin. It is the perfect spot for those seeking serenity and seclusion, accessed via a 5.5-mile drive on a well-maintained dirt road. Enjoy lots of privacy, gorgeous mountain views, and excellent wildlife viewing, including frequent sightings of bison, and the occasional moose and bear as well. Hiking, fishing, and cross-country skiing are enjoyed nearby along with hot springs to relax in afterwards. This is a place to unwind and immerse yourself in nature as there is no Wi-Fi or TV, but it does include a fully equipped kitchen.
Mountain View Cabin – Cooke City, Montana
Just minutes from the park’s north entrance, this cozy cabin is located in downtown Cooke City and offers picturesque mountain views for up to two people. Ideal for a stay as a couple, you will also be steps away from shops and restaurants. Enjoy relaxing on the front deck overlooking Mount Republic and watching the roaming bison. You’ll have free Wi-Fi, a full kitchen, TV, and washer/dryer too.
Canyon Creek Cabin Bed & Breakfast – Cody, Wyoming
Enjoy bed and breakfast accommodations in this cabin that has a spacious and quiet upstairs guest area that includes two bedrooms for up to six people. You’ll have spectacular views from every room of the Wapiti Valley along the North Fork of the Shoshone River and the mountains, all while listening to the sounds of rushing water. There is a covered space on the rear deck with a small hot tub and you will have a small personal refrigerator along with Wi-Fi access. While there are no cooking facilities, a delicious complimentary meal is served each morning. You’ll be close to Cody and Yellowstone, with the park just 25 minutes away, while enjoying helpful tips from your knowledgeable hosts.
Riverfront Cabin on the Madison – West Yellowstone, Montana
Located 35 minutes from the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park, this two-for-one includes a custom-built cabin on the famous Madison River, famous for its world-class fly fishing, plus a self-contained studio-size apartment , with capacity for up to eight guests. Highlights include the master suite with its own Smart TV and French doors that open to a jetted tub overlooking the river. The open loft has a TV with a DVD player and a Game Cube system, and you’ll also have a full custom kitchen, a wood-burning stove, and floor-to-ceiling windows to enjoy the views. Right along the river, you’ll have a large bonfire, perfect for gathering under the stars.
Unique Rustic Log Home – Jardine, Montana
This log home sleeps eight in one bedroom plus a loft and additional sofa beds. You can even bring your four-legged friends, as it is also pet friendly. Located six miles from Gardiner, which is at the north entrance of the park, you’ll have easy access to everything, including outdoor adventures and wildlife viewing, while enjoying a private and secluded space. It includes a large patio with a picnic table, fire pit, native trees and wildflowers where birds and other wildlife like to roam. Just a few of the other notable features include an old working piano, a full kitchen, and a bathroom with an antique claw-foot tub.
Henry’s Lake Haven – Island Park, Idaho
Just a quarter mile from Henry’s Lake State Park with its world-class trout fishing lake and less than 20 minutes from Yellowstone’s west entrance, this three-bedroom apartment sleeps six comfortably and boasts spectacular views that they include the lake and Black Mountain. Relax on the large deck and watch the wide variety of wildlife such as baby foxes playing in the garden in the spring, moose, antelope, elk and the occasional bear, along with many different birds including bald eagles, pelicans and sandhill cranes. . You’ll have everything you need inside, including a well-equipped chef’s kitchen and a living room with a 65″ TV and a cozy gas fireplace.
Whiskey Spring Cabin – West Yellowstone, Montana
If you plan to spend most of your days in the park, this cabin is only five blocks away. Bordering the Gallatin National Forest with shops, restaurants, and grocery stores within walking distance, it sleeps four in one room plus a queen sleeper sofa. You’ll have a BBQ deck for cookouts after your Yellowstone exploits along with a full kitchen, washer/dryer, gas fireplace, and Smart TV.
Cabin on Duck Creek – West Yellowstone, Montana
Located on Duck Creek Lake, this cabin borders West Yellowstone and offers plenty of privacy on a three acre lot. Relax as you enjoy a view of the surrounding mountains reflecting in the water, watching for trumpeter swans, geese, ducks, and beavers as they go about their day. Your host even includes complimentary canoes, life jackets and fishing rods with the opportunity to catch three different species of trout. You’ll have a full kitchen, laundry, and a living/dining area with a SmartTV that includes satellite channels and a fireplace with supplied wood.