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Great little motel..with a great homey feel..like staying at grandmas house.. Staff very friendly.. Pets welcome..very clean..well taken care of. Costumer laundry facility on premices. On main road and close to places to eat.
We stayed here for several weeks! This motel is very quiet and pet friendly! We kept our cat with us and the staff was very respectful when cleaning our room! They even have a horse corral here! A laundry mat owner by the motel is...More
Livingston Inn Motel takes one back a few years in its design, but our unit was immaculate and the bed was comfortable, and that was what were looking for basically. Though right next to a busy roadway, the room was also very quiet due to...More
Beautiful rooms. Very homey atmosphere. Owners went above and beyond for me and my employees. Great place will be back for sure! Clean unique rooms. Staff was fabulous! Salt water taffy in each room gives it a nice touch.
This is convenient just off the freeway and also close to town. The folks who own it, live there, and since they bought it have worked hard to update, repair and replace. We always appreciate good lighting and end tables on either side of 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.