We stayed here for one night before moving on to West Yellowstone and when we arrived, we wished we would have booked the cabin for our entire trip instead of moving to the other side of the park. It’s fantastic! The cabin was clean, beds were comfortable, and the staff was very friendly and helpful. There was a grill and a fire pit available for us to use. The general store had necessities in case there was something we forgot. The cabin had a nice front porch overlooking the mountains. (Silver Gate 6 was the one we stayed in.) We loved it and would stay there longer if we plan a future trip to Yellowstone!
We stay here every year. Very nice clean cabins. 1 mile from the northeast entrance of Yellowstone. Staff are always friendly and helpful. There is a resident Buffalo that hangs around the property, very cool! Beautiful location and views!
The cabins at Silvergate Lodge were very nice!! They were clean, well furnished and nicely decorated. It was a perfect place to stay before we began our backpacking trip j in the Beartooth Mountains. The staff were helpful with suggestions for finding the services we needed. The gift store has very nice and unique merchandise, including adorable welded metal mountain goats.
The room and the location are nice and it is close to the park. BUT, you get a 50$ charge of cleaning fee right before your trip when you cannot cancel without losing all the money. It is unacceptable to charge that many extra fees without mentioning it when booking and we were very unhappy. Why should we pay the cleaning fee while it should be included in the service?
To drive Bear Tooth Pass and have this waiting for you at the end... just a stone's throw from the Yellowstone Park gate and Lamar Valley was just what you could wish for. There were small metal goats and a “goat crossing” sign all over the front grounds – cute. Check in was at the General Store in front. Masks required and if someone came in without they were given one and asked to put it on. We had Silver Gate log cabin #3. Drove around to it in back of the Store – cute cabin between similar others with a space to back the car into between. Beds on either side of the door (later found they very comfortable)…a small wooden table with wooden chairs and a small kitchen with frig, stove, sink and utensils, etc..and a bathroom. A window looked out at the back woods from the kitchen sink area. Everything was wonderfully clean given COVID. ..Chairs on the front porch where you could sit and enjoy the mountain range view. Out walking near sunset. Noted some guests were making fires in fire pits and you could purchase firewood at the Store. Nice non-chain local restaurant across the street for those not interested in cooking but if you want to cook suggest you buy your food back in Red Lodge. Walked to a stream for pics. Stopped at Store (they have a limited food supply there as well)... and picked out a couple of refrigerator magnets. Nice assortment of things for gifts as well as bear spray and other essential.People sitting by a fire out in front of the Store in the fading light. What a gem of a place. Expensive? yes - but given where you are - its worth the cost.…