Skyline Guest Ranch and Guide Service

Address: 31 Kersey Lake Road, Cooke City, Montana, 59020 , United States | B&B
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSkyline Guest Ranch and Guide Service Cooke City

    Reviewed by travelsake

    Great bed and great breakfast

    Reviewed Jun 19, 2015
    by (13 reviews) Wisconsin , United States Flag of United States

    We stayed here on our way out from our Yellowstone adventure, since we were going to be heading over the Beartooth Mountains on the way home. It's a bed and breakfast, but since there was a bathroom in our room, it doesn't have that shared bathroom B&B feel. We had the Yellowstone room, with 2 beds, a loft with a bed and a bathroom. The kids LOVED the loft! The room was clean, the beds comfy and it was quiet. Everything I love in overnight accommodations.

    When we initially pulled up we were greeted by horses (tied up), a loose mule, a couple of dogs and a cat. My kids loved the friendly cat, so they were really overjoyed when the owner's son (at least I think that's who he was) brought down kittens from the barn for them to hold. The breakfast was delish. We were offered pancakes, fresh fruit or yogurt, and bacon or sausage. I'd definitely recommend a stay here.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Skyline Guest Ranch and Guide Service Cooke City

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Cooke City

    Last day fun checking out the valleys

    A travel blog entry by travelsake on Jun 19, 2015

    41 photos

    It's our last day in the park :( I'm totally sick of the inside of our car, but I could drive around watching for wildlife and gazing at the amazing scenery forever.

    After taking some pictures of Yellowstone Lodge we started our morning heading back the way we came from yesterday, so that we could eventually make our way out of the park …


    A travel blog entry by robno1065 on Jun 23, 2014

    19 photos

    ... br> came across park rangers with bear spray in hand and a gathered group of
    onlookers, It was a…….Black bear, Noela got a good look at a distance, but a
    bear it was. We felt truly blessed. With that we exited Wyoming and entered Montana

    We hit Silvergate (Cooke City at) 6.40PM and located
    accomadation, and what a great place it was….stay tuned for the next instalment.


    Yellowstone, no Yogi, no Booboo

    A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Oct 20, 2013

    5 comments, 12 photos

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    Bison, Bison and yet more Bison

    A travel blog entry by walkersusa2013 on Sep 11, 2013

    2 photos

    ... of prairies and rivers where the bison hang out.  Today we must have seen a dozen solitary bison during our ride.  But, we also saw another 10 or more herds of bison.  Another herd in the distance must have had 100 in it!  But – hold onto your hats -after rounding a corner there was a traffic jam and then we saw another small herd of bison but these were trundling up the side of the road right next to us!  It was a little bit scary as the legal ...

    Yellowstone Welcomes Us...

    A travel blog entry by timdeenausa2013 on Aug 02, 2013

    2 comments, 6 photos

    Leaving for Yellowstone, we were full of excitement and anticipation, imagining what all we might see and experience.

    Well, after about 2 hours on the road, and still about 2 hours from Yellowstone, Deena sheepishly mustered the courage to inform me that the battery in the camera had just died. We were both surprised and disappointed, as the battery charge indicator had just minutes ago indicated a 50% charge left. But, because of the fact ...