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Chamberlin Inn CODY Wyoming United States
Chamberlin Inn CODY Wyoming United States
Chamberlin Inn CODY Wyoming United States
Chamberlin Inn CODY Wyoming United States
Chamberlin Inn CODY Wyoming United States
Chamberlin Inn CODY Wyoming United States
Chamberlin Inn
There’s no shortage of Wild West history in Cody, Wyoming, but the Chamberlin Inn claims a piece of literary history as well: A hotel ledger, discovered when new owners bought the hotel in 2005, revealed that Ernest Hemingway had been a guest in 1932. A careful renovation of the original 1904 hotel, about an hour east of Yellowstone, coaxed its early-20th-century charms to life while incorporating modern comforts such as large flat-screen TVs, organic silk linens, and Italian bath products. In addition to the 17 rooms in the main building (including the Hemingway Room), there’s a cottage with high ceilings and a claw-foot tub; a barn that was converted into apartments and a loft; and a two-story apartment that was originally a county courthouse. A glassed-in conservatory houses a bar that serves cocktails and wine and, during the warmer months, hosts live music.
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1032 12th St, Cody, WY 82414, USA
+1 888-587-0202
Sun - Sat 8am - 12pm