I gave this one 2 stars because I saw how hard the owners/managers worked to make a living, but would never go back again. We had a "cabin with a kitchen" that was straight out of 1952. The floors were sloped, the kitchen was ancient and not appointed with much of anything, and there was even plastic covering the back door so the breeze wouldn't blow in. If you drink a lot, don't mind sleeping at an angle, don't want to cook in the kitchen or lock the door to the bathroom, this place might be for you. Otherwise, try somewhere else...
Oh, the restaurant wasn't bad, but plan on getting your wine from a box.
- 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