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The room was very comfortable and very clean. We had everything we needed, including free wifi. The quiet, off road location seemed perfect, but there was a bit of noise through the wall of the adjoining room. Please don't expect hundreds of TV channels and...More
Very nice accommodation. They have a store in the office, laundry area, access to the river. The RV area appears very accommodating. Not many TV channels, but great access to the outdoors. The have stables adjoining the property for horseback riding.
Looking at the map I questioned staying here. This wasn't the traditional hotel stay. When I told my wife we were staying in a cabin she gave me the look. We arrived late due to car troubles but the man Joe walked me through the...More
We stayed in one of the motel rooms and were pleased. The rooms are decorated with a western them and feel cozy. Our only issue is the level of isolation from the neighbors who were somewhat loud. The setting along the Wind River is beautiful.
When we saw that they offered numerous Big Rig spots, we jumped at the chance. Upon arrival, we were amazed at the beauty surrounding us. Enormous trees provide shade for the majority of the day. Add to that you are right there on the river...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.