Antique Rose Tea Room and Bed and Breakfast

Address: 323 W Loucks Street, Sheridan, Wyoming, 82801, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 323 W Loucks Street, Sheridan, is near Bighorn National Forest, King's Saddlery and Museum, The Historic Sheridan Inn, and Trail End State Historic Site.
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Travel Blogs from Sheridan

Beartooth Highway

A travel blog entry by alanhopkins on Jul 29, 2014

... Lodge we saw a crazy looking café/restaurant on the side of the road. Once again it looked too quaint and American not to turn around so we turned around and decided as long as it wasn’t extortionate we would eat lunch here. It turned out what we had seen was the back of the place which was filled with American paraphernalia including saloon doors. They obviously used the crazy decoration to draw tourists in off the road but that didn’t mean the inside ...

3rd day

A travel blog entry by zuwicki on Jul 25, 2014

... though we have been using sunscreen. Between the rain and sun it plays havock on your skin. Can't wait to see what we look like at the end. The ride today although hot was very nice. Started with the corn fields, went thru the Black Hills of SD and plateau's in WY. Very beautiful country it wouldnt do justice to be in a car. Our bottom sides are still okay, maybe a tad tender but ...

Bighorn National Park - Fabulous

A travel blog entry by travelmenu on Jun 20, 2013

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... learning about the history of the area. But after a couple of hours in Cody it was time to move on.

Today we are following U.S. Hwy #14 which winds through the Big Horn Mountains. We drove through Shell Canyon, twisting and turning, navigating switchbacks climbing 9,000 feet to Granite Pass. We stopped once to enjoy the lookout and to let the Rialta cool down, but at the top of Granite ...

What a way to fight the Indians!!

A travel blog entry by misslexie on Jun 07, 2013

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... When asked about the missing veggies, the waitress, who was rather surly, said "oh we are out of that today" and walked away!! Well if she would have said that in the beginning, Susan would have ordered something else!! DUH.... Later we went to The Mint Bar in Sheridan which is 106 years old. The inside of this bar has all types of old western artifacts and mounted animal heads. The wood for the bar and booths was custom ...

Bighorn Mountains

A travel blog entry by jon.reinpold on Aug 13, 2012

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... have to show. I knew that if we went to the exhibit, we probably wouldn't visit it again the next time we are in Cody. So in the end, we decided to hold off on the historic center until we had more time to do a thorough walk through it.

So instead, we decided to visit the Buffalo Bill Dam just six miles west of Cody. Just the trip over there was worth it because you get to go through three tunnels directly through the mountains, one of which is close to 3/4 ...

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