Going through some pics and I ran across our stay and Greybull historic hotel. Wow it was like stepping back into time. Owner mayor was a wonder I’m an to meet and great hospitality. Although we only stayed one night it was very comfortable. Will definitely recommend.
I don't travel alone very often, only for occasional work trips. The second I walked into this hotel the owners made me feel like I was being welcomed by family or old friends, which is extra comforting when you're traveling alone through rural Wyoming. The hotel has basically everything you need in one building, which is awesome when most of small town Greybull is closed on a Sunday. The hotel itself has a homey feel while also holding many aspects of its history. If you like history like I'll do, you'll love looking at the old pictures on walls, the details of the building itself, and reading about the story of the hotel. The rooms are quaint and unique, it feels like it's your room at grandma's house, especially with the quilts and decor of the room. I usually don't sleep well in hotels, but I slept like a baby here because the bed was so cozy. It is on a "busy" street and near the train tracks, so I would recommend ear plugs if you are sensitive to noises while you sleep. Otherwise I feel like the town is super quiet at night. At the check-in area, you can get a coffee or ice cream, and then there is a speakeasy restaurant downstairs in the basement. I ate in the restaurant for both nights of my stay and it was seriously delicious. They even had someone singing live music on Saturday night. He was not only incredible, but played at the perfect volume and feel of the room that it wasn't loud or overbearing, especially being in a basement. Everyone could hear each other and keep their conversations while enjoying a delicious dinner. My favorite was the salmon and don't forget the amazing homemade desserts! For breakfast there is a little nook where they keep cereal, coffee, yogurt, bread, fruit, all of the usual breakfasts provided by hotels. The biggest bonus however is that they have homemade banana bread - so good! I also like that they have real plates and silverware to reduce waste. The owners really make you feel special and like you're at home. I typically don't write too many reviews, but I had to give them the praise they deserve for an amazing stay and really putting together a great place in Greybull. I will seriously try to drive through Greybull for work to stay here! Thank you!…
People are missing out when they stay in Cody. Greybull has a small town feel. The owners of the hotel are classy. The decor reminds me of Grandma’s with quilts on the beds. The rooms are like you are staying with family.
Staff is very friendly. Rooms are very clean with personal touches. My husband and I were driving from Yellowstone, found this gem online. Myles was nice enough to wait for us coming in late. Cozy place that felt like a step back in time.
Comfy cozy quiet room, best sleep and rest yet! Manager was a sweetheart!!! Would love to have a place like this to sleep at every nite on our trip!!! Went to Devils Kitchen while here... Its a must see!!!