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I stayed at the Moose Creek Inn the week of Sept 23 and found the establishment to be just perfect for someone who wants to do more outside the room than inside. The room was a bit tight, just large enough for a queen sized...More
Stayed here one night during our tour of Yellowstone and the Tetons. The front desk staff was very nice, and gave us a map and recommended places to eat(we chose Sydney's Bistro and loved it- you leave your cell # with them and they call...More
My husband and I stayed at the Moose Creek Cabins and Inn while on a trip to Yellowstone Park. I booked this hotel, sight unseen, after reading other reviews from previous guests which indicated that this was a good place to stay. We were not...More
This was our 2nd time to stay here. We spent 2 nights in the cabins and 2 nights in the inn. This is a family owned and operated place and they could not have been nicer or more helpful. It's conveniently located within walking distance...More
We spent 2 nights at the Moose Creek Inn while visiting Yellowstone. Rooms were small, but very cozy. Bed and pillows are very comfortable with a down comforter, and towels were soft. Nice TV, fridge, small shower (no bath) but great water pressure. We slept...More
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We had a small cabin that would sleep 4 (two queen beds). One was in the living area and another in the bedroom. I believe they did have one or two larger cabins that were more for families with larger living spaces and... More
We had a small cabin that would sleep 4 (two queen beds). One was in the living area and another in the bedroom. I believe they did have one or two larger cabins that were more for families with larger living spaces and two bedrooms.