I'm so pleased to add my positive comments to the other reviews. I too was a solo guest and felt like a princess in a large, comfortable castle. I've never been in a B&B with such roomy and clean guest quarters, all charmingly decorated with genuine western treasures (and lots of images of Buffalo Bill, of course). Hosts Brian and Donna Lloyd are special people; they are smart, friendly, relaxed, and as well-attuned to their guests' needs as any B&B hosts I've encountered. Brain, among many other things, is an avid collector of historic photos and fine Indian arts, with which the spaces are pleasingly decorated; Donna works in town. They are both skilled in an amazing number of talents: they even make their own Canadian and regular bacon and sausage, don't turn them down if offered for breakfast!!
The Southfork B&B is easy to find, a scenic 7 mile drive from the edge of Cody. Not listed in the directions, but a good landmark to watch for is the "black horse" mailbox. They have 11 horses, mustangs and other rescues. Though they're not for guests to ride, they are fun and beautiful to watch, even from the dining table. There are also Lucy and Mooch the cats and Bob the dog, so this is a great place to stay for animal lovers who miss their pets (but the animals don't come into the guest quarters).
My bedroom was well-appointed, large, bright, completely quiet at night, just warm enough, and had a full en suite bath with plenty of hot water and all the towels I could use. In addition, the bed had a down pillow-top on it that is THE MOST comfortable thing I've ever slept on, bar none. My room also had an adjoining reading area which led in turn to a great room that I believe is shared among guests.There is internet access, cable TV, fireplace, comfy seating and good reading lamps. I was offered use of their excellent washer and dryer, such a huge convenience for the traveler! The only thing I could have wished for some kind of dresser or chest in my sleeping room for laying out a few of my things and perhaps a bit more space to hang clothes (the little wall unit with the boots on top shown in the photo was quite charming, but it doesn't hold much stuff).
The Lloyds are very familiar with the greater Cody area, and are full of good ideas for things to see and do. Their recommendation for dinner was the Rib and Chop house in Cody; my dinner there was really superb (try the pork chop!!).
Speaking of food, breakfast was a great experience. The food - home-made breakfast meats, fresh fruit, pancakes, juice, and coffee, plus the Lloyds' company and horses to watch out back, was really a pleasure.
Cody and the entire area surrounding it are beautiful, fascinating, full of wildlife, scenery, geology, and history. And that doesn't even count Yellowstone, which is just about 50 miles to the west. I can hardly wait to get back!