We stayed in a Frontier Cabin for 2 nights (one of 3 places we stayed in yellowstone). Unlike Grant Village and Old Faithful Inn, you park right in front of your cabin, so loading and unloading is a breeze. Accommodations are basic, but most importantly, clean and fresh smelling rooms.
No A/C, telephone or TV. Heat provided by propane heaters. Heat works REALLY well! The only potential issue is that the walls are really thin, and you can hear conversations from your neighbors. Fortunately, we had quiet neighbors. Despite trying to be quiet, I feel guilty that we may have disturbed our neighbors when we got left our cabin at 5AM every morning.
For $100 a night, the cabins are some of the best "bargains" in Yellowstone. The reason to stay here? LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION. The wildlife here is exceptional, with elk and bison plenty around. Rumor has it that a bear was roaming through the village the night we were there.
In summary, great location, basic (perhaps more rustic) accommodations, but also a relative bargain compared to other lodging options at Yellowstone.
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