Wyoming March 05, 2019
7 Little Known Inns In Wyoming That Offer An Unforgettable Overnight Stay
It’s time to start planning your next Wyoming getaway! Check out these historic small town Wyoming lodges for a stay that’s unlike any other vacation you’ve taken in the past.
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1. The Virginian, Medicine Bow
The historic Virginian Hotel in Medicine Bow is tiny - with only 16 rooms, you'll have to book your stay in advance. It was built between 1901-1911 and it's named after Owen Wister's famous novel, The Virginian.
Address: 404 Lincoln Hwy, Medicine Bow, WY 82329
2. Sunburst Lodge Bed & Breakfast, Casper
Editor's Note: Sunburst Lodge is permanently closed.
The stunning Sunburst Lodge is a bed and breakfast next to Casper's Hogadon Ski Area. Enjoy breathtaking mountain views with your coffee before starting your day in this rowdy Wyoming city. Address: 2700 Micro Rd, Casper, WY 82601
3. Nagle Warren Mansion B&B, Cheyenne
This 1888 mansion has been fully converted into a stunning bed and breakfast. There are 12 rooms - six in the main house, and six in the guest house, and each one will take your breath away. If you want to enjoy a historic stay in our capital city, look no farther thna the Nagle Warren Mansion.
Address: 222 E 17th St, Cheyenne, WY 82001
4. Fireside Resort, Wilson
Staying at the Fireside Resort in Jackson Hole will be an experience you'll treasure forever. Each of their 25 cabins is designed to make you feel the true wilderness of the Cowboy State, while still enjoying all of the modern amenities.
Address: 2780 North, WY-390, Wilson, WY 83014
5. The Historic Greybull Hotel
This gorgeous 1916 hotel has been restored to its former glory, and you can enjoy a quaint night's stay and a visit to the Speakeasy next door. Greybull is a great place to stay if you're interested in exploring the hidden nooks and crannies of Northwestern Wyoming.
Address: 600 Greybull Ave, Greybull, WY 82426
6. Elk Mountain Hotel
Elk Mountain is halfway between Laramie and Rawlins, and it truly is a hidden gem. Stay here to get away from the crowds you find at busier resorts in the Cowboy State.
Address: 102 East Main St, Elk Mountain, WY 82324
7. The Lodge at Brush Creek Ranch, Saratoga
Saratoga is a wonderful town that truly doesn't get enough attention! Stay in the rustic and rural Brush Creek Ranch to experience a retreat like no other. You'll enjoy gorgeous landscape views and more activities than you could have ever imagined.
Address: 66 Brush Creek Ranch Road, Saratoga, WY 82331
Where’s your favorite place to stay in Wyoming? While these hidden gems are certainly a treasure, if you’re looking to stay at a place that made some headlines, visit
This Humble Wyoming Hotel That Was Once The Most Famous In The World.