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We pulled in after traveling from Cheyenne to rest a few days and wanted to explore Dubois. To our surprise, the pull-in was right next to the Wind River where we set up our lawn chairs and totally relaxed. Our hosts were informative and accommodating...More
Nice location and plenty of room , our room was big and very clean, and the breakfast in the morning was good it's continental. The staff is friendly and helped with anything that you needed. Few of horses and very relaxing and quit.
We rented one of the rooms, not the cabin. The room was really small and the beds weren't very comfortable. The room itself was clean though but nothing to cook in and the town closes early for those traveling with families. We got there around...More
There is anything that we did not like. Room was clean, location and landscape was spectacular. It also includes breakfast. The staff is really nice and welcoming. Definitely recommend. Be aware that if you are planning to go to Teton it will take 1 hour...More
We made reservation one day in advance was able to get 5 days. Everything was clean. 2 different luxury rooms with $2 wash. A dog cleanup post with bags and disposal which was convenient for us with 2 dogs. We were right on the wind...More
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Yes, Longhorn is very pet friendly. I took 5 dogs with me. Many people set up little fenced areas to give their dogs more room to run as they otherwise have to be leashed. They also have a non-covered kennel area you can... More
Yes, Longhorn is very pet friendly. I took 5 dogs with me. Many people set up little fenced areas to give their dogs more room to run as they otherwise have to be leashed. They also have a non-covered kennel area you can keep your dog for a small fee. I opted for a boarding kennel in Dubois and it was atrocious! Better to keep them at Longhorn if you are planning a pet-free day in the national parks.