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Had everything we needed and more for an exceptional price. The owners and staff were helpful, friendly and genuenly kind. If we are ever traveling in that region again The Livingston Inn Motel is where we will be lodging. :)
Overall, an excellent value with a nice touch of down home friendliness. Exactly what we needed. So much nicer than the chain motels throughout town. Our room was nicely updated and rustic, with an excellent bed. Next to the motel was a high quality butcher...More
We read Trip Advisor reviews and decided to stay here based on people's comments, we were not disappointed! Quaint old place but lovely and warm and inviting. Rooms clean and very pleasant, the inside corridor makes it warmer and quieter. Good laundry on site, owner...More
My traveling companion select this motel. At first I was skeptical considering all the little signs on the roof. Price was reasonable and owners were friendly and pleasant. Mom and Pop establishment. The quality of the fixtures in the room and large pillows plus the...More
From start to end, wonderfull.
We were welcomed by John, he was so nice. Immediately gave us some very valuable tips on what to do, where to go and where to eat.
Wonderfull little motel with personality! Check out Tillie's wonderfull wildlife picture in the...More
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Another traveler mentioned there is a king room option. I've stayed in the two double queens room, and then a single queen room. Why not call John and Tillie Lamey and ask them, at 406-222-3600? They're friendly and quite... More
Another traveler mentioned there is a king room option. I've stayed in the two double queens room, and then a single queen room. Why not call John and Tillie Lamey and ask them, at 406-222-3600? They're friendly and quite accessible. The only problem you might run into is availability. This time of year is the busiest for Yellowstone NP, if that's where you're headed.