Cody Cowboy Village

203 West Yellowstone Avenue, Cody, Wyoming, 82414, United States
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by written on June 14, 2009

I stayed for 5 days at The Cody Cowboy Village. The rooms are almost new only been open 3-4 years. My room was equipped with flat screen TV and had the best pillow top beds. A continental breakfast was served every morning in the lobby. Wireless internet is also available. You can park your car right in front of your room which is a great convenience.

The motel staff are all very friendly and helpful, the owners are on site as well to make sure the guests are taken care of.

Another convenience is it is located next to a Chuck wagon Dinner Theatre - The Cody Cattle Company and near the rodeo. Both were excellent options for night time entertainment.

Highly recommend.

Unique Quality: There is a large hot tub in the middle of the complex. Each room has a porch and chairs to enjoy the outdoors.

Directions: The motel is located near a few of the attractions, The Cody Cattle Company Chuckwagon Dinner Theatre, Old Trail Town (Original buildings from when Cody was settled and the Cody Night Rodeo.

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The Best Beds in the West

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by written on September 16, 2007

Wonderful hospitality, and super comfy cabins and beds. I wish we could have caught a few more nights sleep there, one was not enough. Book this one well in advance to be sure of a room.

Unique Quality: The beds and bedding!

Directions: Probably only a few hundred yards from the Cody Nightly Rodeo

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Best Beds in the West!

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by written on June 17, 2007

I can't say enough good things about the Cody Cowboy Village. I made a reservation here based on some positive things I read on the internet; my expectations were not only met, but exceeded.

To begin with, we were very late getting away from Yellowstone, where we'd spent the day. I called Bill at the CCV and let him know it was going to be 11 PM or so before we got it. He assured me that would not be a problem; he left the keys to our cabin and directions to it taped to the door of the Village's main entrance. The cabin itself was fairly new and spanking clean; decorated in a tasteful cowboy motif and featuring the most wonderful king bed I've ever slept in. The bed linens are a high thread count and wonderfully soft. Our cabin was in the inner circle of cabins and opened onto a large hot tub in the central courtyard. There was a nice little continental breakfast offered in the main building; there's also wireless internet available although the inner circle of cabins don't get good reception due to the thickness of the log walls. No matter - there's a computer with internet access available in the lobby of the main building. The village was quiet and pleasant; Cody's Trail Town is within walking distance, the Night Rodeo and the Buffalo Bill Historical Center are only a short drive away.

Unique Quality: Everyone at the Cody Cowboy Village was extraordinarily pleasant and accommodating. One evening my husband and I decided to take a late dip in the hot tub; there were no towels left but we just shrugged it off and got in the pool. A moment later one of the Village staffers was at the pool, handing us fresh towels. Now THAT'S service.

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Heavenly Beds

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 20, 2007

From our 2nd Yellowstone trip, Sept. 2006

The Cody Cowboy Village is a fantastic place to stay if you are visiting Yellowstone National Park, or the town of Cody itself. The beautiful new log cabin style accomodations attracted me immediately, but the big draw to the CCV are the "Heavenly Beds". They seriously are the most comfortable beds I have ever slept in! And the rooms are gorgeous. Light wood log cabins, with open beam ceilings and a great rustic/western decor. It is very warm and welcoming. Each room or suite has a nice porch area with table and chairs as well. After a wonderful nights stay, we were treated to a complimentary continental breakfast in the main Lodge. We had cereal, danishes, coffee and fruit ...which I think were most of the options given. Breakfast starts at 6am, and goes til 9, I believe.

Unique Quality: Super comfy beds, fat, fluffy towels, flat screen TV's, and outdoor spa with waterfall and only 50 miles from Yellowstone's east entrance.

Directions: It's located right next to the Old Trail town Museum, a must see when you are in town.

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Address: 203 West Yellowstone Avenue, Cody, Wyoming, 82414, United States

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  • Continental Breakfast
  • Free High Speed Internet

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