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37 State Route 110, Devils Tower, WY 82714
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#1 of 3 B&Bs / Inns in Devils Tower
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4.8
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4.6
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Simply the Finest and the Closest accommodations in the Devils Tower Area. Built around the former Park Superintendents home, every window showcases the tower. Each Room is unique with fine appointments and creative decor. Give us a call for availability.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Hot tub
Free breakfast
Hiking
Non-smoking hotel
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Self-serve laundry
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Christina wrote a review Sep 27
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Five of us (family and friends) shared the two bedroom Weissner Cottage, a separate building with great view of the tower from the spacious back deck and picture window in the bathroom. Main room in the cottage had kitchenette, table and futons that worked well for spending private time together. We also bought the dinners that are served at a community table in the main building. Another great view of the tower from the dinner table and enjoyable time eating good food (generous portions) and getting to know other visitors. Great breakfasts too. There is also a living room space in the main building with nice library of books and seating to talk with other guests or staff. Great staff, very responsive, friendly and helpful. The climbing guides were awesome! Greg and Zach guided our party get to the top of Devils Tower! Dustin and Anna were great climbing guides near Mt. Rushmore. Wonderful trip!
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Date of stay: September 2022
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Room Tip: Cottage is good for those who want quiet location with no shared walls, private deck with view of...
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CJ R wrote a review Sep 7
Alabama55 contributions15 helpful votes
We stayed for one night recently and had an amazing time. You can't stay much closer to the tower than this! As others have mentioned, it is pretty basic from the outside, and the inside proved to be comfortable and welcoming. We had an incredible view of Devil's Tower from our soaking tub and there was air-conditioning in the room if needed (it was 95 outside but our ceiling fan kept the room cool on its own). We also got up at 2AM for a beautiful view of the stars. We decided to join the communal dinner (only $20 per person) - it was more convenient than heading out to find food (although they have a great deck that you could eat on if you brought your own). The best part of the dinner was the company - we met a myriad of travelers all there for different reasons (some summiting the Tower, some on a cross-country trip like us, and some just out for a week and had always wanted to see the tower), and especially some of the climbing guides who were there providing insights about their experiences. The highlight of our stay was the introduction to climbing lesson my husband and I signed up for (Tristen was our guide). He was so patient explaining the equipment (we have never even done a climbing wall at a gym so were total novices), showing us the basics, and then quickly getting us out to a place to actually climb the Tower. My husband made it about 150 feet up - and did 2 separate climbs. The value of the lessons for what you get is amazing! Thanks to Tristen for such a great experience!
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Date of stay: September 2022
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Dave R wrote a review Sep 6
Berkeley Springs, West Virginia57 contributions16 helpful votes
Very nice stay with great views and great food. Highly recommended! Folks were great to talk to and very nice. Climbers gave us great insights to getting to the top. We had tremendous time watching them the next day.
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Date of stay: August 2022
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AThiker wrote a review Aug 2022
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We are hikers, not climbers, and suffer from social awkwardness. That said, we totally enjoyed our stay at lodge, and felt very comfortable while there. Frank, Gabe and Rachel are special people, and are so easy to be around. We stayed in the Burning Daylight room, which was spacious and spotless. Having already eaten, we did not partake of dinner our first night there (we did the second... excellent), retiring to our room early. Even though there was much (undoubtedly) lively conversation, we could not hear it from our room. Very quiet indeed. Having stayed two nights, we enjoyed two breakfasts and one dinner which were very good. On a side note: we're hikers, not climbers, but the conversations surrounding climbing were fascinating. We never got any inclination from any of the folks there that we were of a "lesser quality" outdoor enthusiast because of that, so don't let it dissuade you from staying here. Hell, I'd stay there again just to visit with everybody! 5 stars for a unique and wonderful experience.
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Date of stay: August 2022
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Room Tip: Burning Daylight is perfect.
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Troy E wrote a review Aug 2022
Gallatin, Tennessee6 contributions5 helpful votes
Great location, very friendly and professional people. My son and his friend climbed Devils Tower with Tristan and was a great experience! These folks know the area and have extensive climbing experience. Closest lodge to the Tower & great food.
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Date of stay: August 2022
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Leda211 wrote a review Aug 2022
Columbus, Ohio6 contributions
A great B&B with stunning views of Devils Tower!! Staff was friendly and inviting and even guide climbs up the tower (we did not do). Very knowledgeable about the trails and made excellent recommendations on which ones to hike. We stayed in the Burning Daylight room. It was very nice and had access to the deck. We took advantage of the hot tub in the evening and watched the stars come out. With no light pollution we could see an abundance of stars and the Milky Way. Both dinner and breakfast was home cooked meals prepared by the staff.
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Traveled with friends
Room Tip: Can walk to the Joyner trail head.
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Rick L wrote a review Aug 2022
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The exterior of the lodge and grounds will likely not grab your attention (except for the amazing views of the Tower and surrounding forest). However, once you enter the lodge you suddenly feel like you've come home. My daughter and I loved this place (she's been asking to return next year for another climb) and the hosts/guides (Rachel was particularly warm and welcoming). The place oozes the character of Frank Sanders and his many adventures/travels. Had the good fortune of meeting him our last morning, and true to form he was quite humble and gracious to my daughter (wanting to hear about her first ascent and future plans). Our cottage was surprisingly roomy and comfortable with the biggest window I've ever seen in a shower (with an inspiring view of the Tower, of course). This place may not be for everyone, but it suited us perfectly.
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Date of stay: July 2022
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Trisha B wrote a review Jul 2022
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We absolutely loved staying at Devil's Tower Lodge. The view was unbelievable. Devil's Tower right outside our window. Everyone at the lodge was friendly and helpful. The food was delicious. I highly recommend eating the family style meals. For breakfast,they made the fluffiest blueberry pancakes I've ever had. Our room was clean and nice. We will go back for sure
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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Pete F wrote a review Jul 2022
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A very nice B & B in an amazing location. Overall the house is a little dated, but they have done a nice job of updating it. Be wary of the electrical outlets, they are loose, as both mine and my wife’s cell phone chargers fell out of their sockets and didn’t charge overnight. The collection of books in the upstairs living room is both interesting and impressive. We did both dinner and breakfast at the Lodge and would say they were fairly average, but compete and well rounded. The biggest issue was one of the hosts/climbing guides. He insisted on being the center of attention at dinner. You wouldn’t expect this to be a big problem except he was a VERY LOUD TALKER, to the point it was impossible to engage in conversation with other families even at the other end of the table. There was no way to avoid hearing about his life story, his climbing exploits, the history of the lodge, the lodge water system, even how he is very susceptible to motion sickness. If a topic came up he had to dominate it, LOUDLY. One couple was fed up and left dinner early. Another tried yelling a sarcastic comment his way to no avail. I think the whole table took pause when a youngster (maybe 8 years old) asked him what was on top of the tower and his response was “you’ll just have to climb it to find out” (and not in a funny way). Thankfully he wasn’t there for breakfast and conversation with other families along with a couple of the other hosts/climbing guides was both interesting and refreshing.
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Date of stay: June 2022
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kistlerb wrote a review Jun 2022
Phoenix, Arizona59 contributions54 helpful votes
This B&B was an extra special time. The view of Devil’s Tower is awesome. At night we walked down the road to do some star gazing and got to see the Milky Way. And our hosts were more than happy to tell us about all the climbs they have done on Devil’s Tower.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Devils Tower Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Devils Tower Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Tower Trail (0.8 miles), Devils Tower National Monument (0.8 miles), and Devils Tower Trading Post (1.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Devils Tower Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Devils Tower Lodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Devils Tower Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Devils Tower Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include Devils Tower Gulch, Devils Tower View, and The Devils Tower Longhorn Café.
Is Devils Tower Lodge located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.8 miles away from the center of Devils Tower.
Does Devils Tower Lodge have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.
Is Devils Tower Lodge accessible?
Yes, it offers reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.