And though perhaps a little on the small side, I can't complain about the cabin. The beds were good and comfortable, the bathroom spanking new, the shower hot. Some people might be put off by the fact that there was neither a TV nor a phone in the room, but really, who goes to Yellowstone to watch television? We were, however, quite glad for the small heater when the temperature dropped to near-freezing during the night.
While the cabins are clustered together near the main building of the Lake Yellowstone Hotel, nature will not let you forget you are in the middle of the wilderness. On our second night, a coyote's howl very nearby woke me up at 3:45am. And one evening several deer were browsing right in front of our cabin door!
Breakfast is not included, but the nearby hotel offers breakfast and dinner (dinner reservations needed) in its restaurant, as well as a deli section for snacks or quick meals.
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