My daughter and I spent a Saturday night here while visiting the area this past weekend. In a town of 35, it's a cozy, rustic hotel with rooms upstairs with a shared bathroom and a restaurant downstairs. We had a small room with a twin and double bed and a dresser. It was stuffy with one small window but cooled off when we opened the door to air the room out. a big fan ran nonstop in the hallway. The bathroom was large and has a claw tub and shower stall. The water was hot and plentiful. I wish there were outlets in our room or the bathroom. I had to go to the downstairs bathroom to run my hair dryer. But it's what I expected and that was fine. Antiques, handmade quilts and linens, and old furniture all throughout the hotel. I liked the vintage paint by number picture of a deer in our room? Our dinner and breakfast were delicious and all homemade. Our dining companion was a grizzled and very nice local who regaled us with stories from his life. He, along with the owners and staff were very friendly and welcoming. Cash and checks only keep the rates very reasonable. As mentioned in other reviews, visit the Bair Museum and shop at Ray's Sports and Western Wear in Harlowton. If you can catch a movie at the Harlo Theater. $4 admission and $1 for a large, hot bag of popcorn. We saw the first digital movie and were glad our knees weren't in our laps!