Cody Cowboy Village

Address: 203 W. Yellowstone Ave, Cody, Wyoming, 82414, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 203 W. Yellowstone Ave, Cody, is near Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody Night Rodeo, Old West Miniature Village and Museum, and Teton National Forest.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCody Cowboy Village

      Reviewed by billc507

      Log cabins

      Reviewed Jun 30, 2014
      by (7 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      Nicely done, not large but comfortable.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by pilgrim143

      Great Cabins

      Reviewed Oct 1, 2013
      by (24 reviews) Sevenoaks , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Helpful, nice people & good breakfast with super cabins

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      Reviewed by odiener


      Reviewed Jul 31, 2013
      by (17 reviews) , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

      good hotel, recommended

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      Reviewed by tullyonelap

      Nice Cowboy-themed room

      Reviewed Jul 11, 2013
      by (6 reviews) Northern Virginia , United States Flag of United States

      Room was good--very nice cowboy-themed decor! We liked the place. Family of four with two kids. We enjoyed the room and breakfast was fine in the morning. Didn't get to enjoy the spa at all but looked inviting!

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      Reviewed by ginnie1517

      My favorite place to stay

      Reviewed Jul 27, 2012
      by (6 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      This is my third stay in four years at Cody Cowboy Village. The folks here are so friendly and the rooms are very comfortable. The rooms are large and the beds very comfortable.

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      Reviewed by zeirdo

      Cabin styling it

      Reviewed Sep 6, 2011
      by (1 review) , Belgium Flag of Belgium

      The only negative thing I can say about this hotel is that it has a small sign, and you tend to drive by it. The style, the view, the generous hospitality,...

      Excellent bed, firm enough for a heavier person, but still soft enough for a smaller one. Very cool cowboy boot lamp, making it the perfect western atmosphere experience

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      Historical Traveler Reviews Cody Cowboy Village

      Loved the Cowboy Village Cabins!


      New and clean and cozy. The beds are so comfy and the owners and staff are very friendly. Loved it - the price was right too!

      Best stay of our trip


      The rooms here are cabins. Most are cabin duplexes, i.e. 2 rentable units per cabin with one shared wall. About a third of the units are cabins that are two room suites. We stayed in a 2 room individual cabin which I highly recommend in spite of the added cost. The interiors and beds are excellent! Very comfortable.

      Great experience - wish we could have stayed longer


      We stayed here during our coast-to-coast drive across the US. We'd always said we wanted to stay in a log cabin for one of the nights, but didn't really think we'd get the chance. When we found this hotel on Trip Advisor we were thrilled. The rooms were the perfect combination and rustic and quality. The outside was an authentic log cabin, while inside were flat screen TV's and one of the most comfortable beds of the whole trip.

      We were quite late arriving due to spending so long in Yellowstone, but the receptionist was expecting us and quickly took us round to our cabin and turned on all the heaters. The place soon warmed up and they ordered us a pizza and we relaxed for the evening. We slept in so long in that great bed that we didn't have time to try their hot tub before we had to get going.

      The only tiny problem was their wireless internet only worked in the reception building, but that's probably not high on the list of priorities for people staying in log cabins! Overall this was a fantastic quality lodgings and extremely good value for money.

      The BEST Place to Stay in Cody


      We spent one night and wished it could have been a longer stay! The beds are beyond great--as good as any luxury hotel could ever offer. The rooms are well appointed--just a great place to stay. Good breakfast and the owners are very hospitable.

      True Luxury in a Cabin


      Where do I start? My husband and I went to Cody for a day, and did not have reservations ahead of time. We tried the typical chain hotels, and they had no available rooms. One of the chains recommended the Cody Cowboy Village, so we drove there to check it out. WOW, were we surprised. From the outside, they look like standard wooden cabins. The nice woman at the front desk showed us one of the cabins, and we could not believe it. They have the heavenly bed that is at the Westin chain of hotels with plush comforters, flatscreen TV with many channels (not always common in WY), a gorgeous bathroom with tile floors, and a very tasteful cowboy theme. My husband and I will definitely go back. It is a great stopover for Yellowstone National Park's East Entrance, and it also has a cute downtown with really good restaurants. The museum is also very nice, and has something for all ages. My husband and I both highly recommend it, and will definitely go back.



      We stayed in a suite. The beds are heavenly and everything was spotless! This property opened in June '06 and we will definitely stay again! The owners go out of their way to make their guests feel welcome! Thank you!

      The Best of the West


      Traveling around the country this summer, our family of 5 has stayed in 17 hotels/motels of various types over 18 days in 16 states and this has been, hands-down, our FAVORITE. For only $30 more than a two-bed room at the EconoLodge down the street, we stayed in our own, brand new two-room log cabin (still smells like fresh wood). The interiors are beautifully decorated in a tasteful western theme and the appointments are top notch: pillowtop mattresses with luxury linens and thick comforters; big, fluffy towels; plasma screen TV's in both rooms; and nice toiletries. Another great touch is that the cabins are faced inward (toward each other and away from the parking) and include front porches that everyone seems to use, creating a warm, community atmosphere. To top it all off, the staff was very friendly and helpful. We'll definitely stay here again.

      What joy!!


      We (myself, hub and son) spent 2 nights here over 4th July celebrations. For Brits, this was quite an experience and I wanted to find 'somewhere special' to stay. I found the Cody Cowboy Village website and it seemed ideal - although I was a little alarmed that there were no photos of the finished products on the webpage, so I emailed the owner (Bill) to ask for photos! He was most courteous and wouldn't take my credit card booking details until he had posted me a couple of photos! On arrival, we met Bill, who is a most affable man - as are all the people who work here. The cabin was even better than we'd anticipated! We had booked a suite and our cabin was detached and consisted of two rooms. The first, the sitting room, was beautifully furnished with extremely comfortable 'suede' sofabed and chairs, as well as dining table and chairs, fridge, microwave and delightful finishing touches such as a cowboy boot lamp! The bedroom was furnished with 2 very large queen beds - the mattress and linens providing comfort to die for! In both rooms, there was a flat screen TV on the wall! The whole cabin was, of course, brand new - and the smell of new pine was quite intoxicating. We LOVED it here - the little rabbit on the lawn in front of our porch, being the icing on the cake! We enjoyed the 4th July parade and the rodeo, as well as the shoot out outside Irma's on our first night. We would return in a flash! GOOD LUCK to Bill and the Cody Cowboy Village!

      Great place to stay


      Nice establishment. Clean rooms and comfy bed. Low noise level. Front office extremely helpful. The adjoining restuarant was good. The only bad thing is the continental breakfast which only offered cold cereal, juice, coffee and toast.

      Western Luxury


      Fabulous king size bed with fluffy comforter, thick towels ( not motel thin), fresh-smelling log duplex units with vaulted ceiling, covered front porch with hanging flowers. This is the best place to stay in Cody. And a 40 person lagoon -style hot tub. Note to families-there is no traditional swimming pool. Walk to the Cody Rodeo. They have built the units close together and as of mid-June finish construction of some units was going on, but only during normal daytime hours. We had a very quiet, comfortable one night stay.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Cody Cowboy Village

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Cody

      Rodeo Day

      A travel blog entry by billc507 on Jul 01, 2014

      Left Yellowstone on Tuesday morning and drove from the west entrance to the east. On the way saw more Buffalo (bison). They like to cross the highway! We drove through more beautiful mountains leaving Yellowstone. Trip to Cody was beautiful also. We arrived in Cody mid day and spent the afternoon in the Buffalo Bill Cody Center of the west. Huge …

      Steamboat... Legendary Bucking Horse

      A travel blog entry by frguido on Jul 24, 2014

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      ... ending, the latter is too sad for such a famous rodeo legend.

      Steamboat remains on Wyoming license plates to this day- the longest design on any license plate in the world and a fitting tribute to a great champion. Half the score in bareback and saddle bronc riding events comes from the horse the other half from the rider. I’m sure Steamboat would have helped make many a rodeo champion rider over the years... if the rider could have stayed on him. ...


      A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jul 01, 2014

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      ... small in general terms (about 10,000 people), but a lot bigger than many other "towns" out this way. Cody is about an hour east of the east entrance to Yellowstone. The city is named after Buffalo Bill (William Cody) and we visited the rather large Buffalo Bill Museum on our last trip. Another interesting tidbit about Cody is that they have a rodeo every ...

      Happy Birthday Daddy!

      A travel blog entry by thesimsons on Sep 16, 2013

      18 photos

      ... They were all very old and they looked like they had been working at the bones for a very long time. We even watched a movie about ancient sea creatures and Dad brought us a fossil each to take home. After the Dinosaur Centre we had a late lunch at a cafe in town and on the wall they had a full wolf fur which had been crocheted around! Then we were back on the road to Casper our next destination for the night. From The ...

      Bill's Place

      A travel blog entry by chuckschatter on Aug 22, 2013

      6 photos

      ... was horrible. The beer was cold anyway. The old hotel was interesting but a bit worn. Cody is a tourist town but was not overcrowded and we all agreed it was good that we had left Yellowstone early so we could spend time here.

      After dinner we attended the Cody Rodeo which included bronco riding, calf roping, barrel racing, and bull riding events. In addition, they had the typical rodeo clown with usual antics and skits for the kids. Speaking of kids, ...

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