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A work buddy and I decided to take a detour from meetings in Billings and head west to Livingston to fly fish. I found the Livingston Inn via Trip Advisor. It was a delightful place. We’d spent the previous few days staying in Hampton Inns...More
This is run by the owner-couple--an old style family motel. They're friendly and care about their property. My room was clean, comfortable, and a decent size. There was a little frig, microwave, coffee maker & good counter space for food prep. King bed with an...More
Super friendly people quaint rooms, cleanest motel I've been in, live in staff all comforts of home. Rooms are perfect for 2 people. At least the king room. We stayed 2 nights on our road trip..would have stayed entire time if not traveling.
This place is worth the stop! The couple that owns it really care and it shows! She gladly gave me a key to go look at the room before deciding. The rooms have recently been updated and were spotless! (I did find a frozen dinner...More
If you on the way to Yellowstone Natl. Park, just stay in Livingston at the Livingston Inn. This is a nice well maintained old style family owned and operated motel. Owners John and Tillie Lamey are very friendly and helpful. Rooms are nice equipped and...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.