Handicap-Accessible Vacation Rental Nestled near Bighorn in WyomingBuffalo, Wyoming (United States of America)
Handicap-Accessible Vacation Rental Nestled near Bighorn in Wyoming
This handicap-accessible room is located near Bighorn National Forest in Wyoming and can accommodate up to three guests. The room is furnished to lovely standards with antique decor and boasts a queen-size bed and a twin bed. Linens are provided by the host. The private bathroom has a toilet, a sink, and a shower. Guests can enjoy farm-to-table dining in the guest ranch restaurant on site and will absolutely love reconnecting with the surrounding nature.
This property features an in-house restaurant serving locally-sourced meals. Guests will have Wi-Fi and most accommodations have private baths. Guests will also have access to a charming deck, access to conference rooms, and the Great room.
All accommodations are decorated with antique decor and furniture, while mattresses are incredibly comfortable.
- Linens and pillows
- Safe box
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Check out: Flexible
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
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Location and surroundings
Buffalo, Wyoming (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
While staying at this property, guests will have access to horseback riding, with children eight and under being led on an exciting pony ride. This property also offers guided historical tours, or, guests are free to enjoy the historic sites of the American West, self-guided. Nearby historical sites include The Little Big Horn Battlefield, The Bozeman Trail, and the “Hole-in-the-Wall”. There is also the nearby Jim Gatchell Museum and the Bradford Brinton Museum.
Nature lovers will delight in the nearby hiking trails, including hiking along the miles of the Crazy Woman Creek and The Big Horn Mountains. Guests are also welcome to fish along the Crazy Woman Creek. Guests should also make sure to visit the Bighorn National Forest for incredible views, wildlife-watching, and hiking opportunities. Yellowstone National Forest is a must-see, while the town of Buffalo is home to plenty of shopping and dining opportunities.