We spent one night at the Antlers Lodge in cabin 7, this cabin has 2 queens in a bedroom, a loft with another queen, a family room w/couch, recliner, TV, a kitchen and bathroom. It was very roomy for our family of 5, very clean and simply appointed and we wished we could have stayed there longer. The "lodge" is really nothing more than the original lodge building that was closed to the public when we arrived (would have liked to see it) and a handful of cabins of the same age, plus a new cabin nestled in between them (cabin 7), a unit of a handful of motel rooms that appear to be same age as Cabin 7. There is no breakfast or any other amenities, but for us this was fine. We had just driven Beartooth Pass and needed a place to stay before heading into Yellowstone. The town is about .5 miles long, the old original general store is worth a visit, the Trading Post is a very nice gift shop, and the restaurant we ate at in the Soda Butte Lodge (can't remember restr. name) was very good.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Antlers Lodge was built in 1913 and was the first tourist facility in Cooke City. We have a variety of accomodations to offer; older remodeled, rustic cabins for that "Montana" feel, or if that does not appeal to you, we have New cabins and new motel rooms. Most of our cabins have kitchenettes, vary in size and will sleep from 2 to 6 people. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Antlers Lodge Cooke City Hotel Cooke City