Historic Wyoming Bed and Breakfast Inns

Buffalo

1 Klondike Ranch
— Buffalo, WY 1886

Cheyenne

2 Nagle Warren Mansion B&B

— Cheyenne, WY 1888
The term Cattle Barrons Row started here. The Nagle was the last great home to be built on the street. Senator F. E. Warren purchased the home and lived here for 20 years, hosting numerous... Read More

Cody

3 Robin's Nest Bed & Breakfast

— Cody, WY 1930
There are five museums at the Buffalo Bill Museum Center open year-round. See Gun Fights, Ride horses or raft the Shoshone River, private tours available to Yellowstone National park and more. Read More
4 Cody Lodging Company
— Cody, WY 1905
5 Salsbury Avenue Inn Bed & Breakfast
— Cody, WY 1914

Dubois

6 Jakey's Fork Homestead
— Dubois, WY 1896

Glenrock

7 Hotel Higgins
— Glenrock, WY 1916

Greybull

8 Maid Marians Bed & Breakfast
— Greybull, WY 1918

Jackson

9 Parkway Inn
— Jackson, WY 1915
One building on premises dates to approximately 1915. Read More

Jackson Hole

10 The Huff House Inn
— Jackson Hole, WY 1917
The Huff House Inn was built for Dr. Charles Huff who was Jackson's first physician. He established St. John's hospital, the water and sewer works and served as mayor for several terms. Dr. Huff... Read More
11 Heart Six Ranch
— Jackson Hole, WY 1914

Kelly

12 Red Rock Ranch
— Kelly, WY 1862

Laramie

13 Vee Bar Guest Ranch
— Laramie, WY 1896

Pinedale

14 The Chambers House
— Pinedale, WY 1933

Saratoga

15 Hood House Bed & Breakfast
— Saratoga, WY 1889
16 Medicine Bow Lodge
— Saratoga, WY 1917

Savery

17 Savery Creek Thoroughbred Ranch
— Savery, WY 1889

Wapiti

18 Elephant Head Lodge
— Wapiti, WY 1910
19 The Uxu Ranch
— Wapiti, WY 1929

Wolf

20 Eaton's Ranch
— Wolf, WY 1879