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This authentically restored classic hotel dating from the original boarding house opened by Agnes Chamberlin in 1903. This is the hotel where Ernest Hemingway stayed while finishing his novel Death In The Afternoon. With only 21 rooms, this boutique hotel maintains the class of a...More
The first time I stayed at The Chamberlin Inn was in 2010 and it was just as fabulous as it is today! Having stayed there more than a dozen times, I can honestly say that consistency is key and they've got it down to a...More
Super fun and romantic Inn a block of of the Main Street. Nice cocktail bar onsite. Live music in the early evenings outside in the garden.
Excellent customer service. Nice library and sitting room.
Walking distance to great restaurants.
If you are the type who appreciates excellence, this is your type of establishment. I want to plan a trip back just to enjoy this beautiful, quaint inn. The general manager, Bill, went out of his way to ensure our stay was perfect. Loved the...More
Our second trip as a couple, riding Harley’s through the great Wild West, staying in Cody. We have stayed in the Chamberlin both times and love it. Cody is fun and a bit corny, catering to families headed to Yellowstone. The Chamberlin is nothing but...More