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Cody B & B Inn History
Built across a four-year span of time beginning in 1905, the Mayor's Inn Bed and Breakfast was often called the town's first true "mansion". It was built for Frank L. Houx, Cody's first elected mayor. Elected in 1901 when Cody was legally incorporated, he served two terms through 1909. He later went on to serve as Wyoming Secretary of State and was also appointed acting Governor in 1917 for two years. He would be proud to know how his home has fared.
The Mayor's Inn was moved to its current location in 1997 and caringly restored to its turn of the century splendor. It is once again filled with an inviting atmosphere, collectibles and antiques, but most of all true western hospitality.
The Mayor's Inn Bed and Breakfast of Cody, Wyoming, was moved to its current location in 1997. The bed and breakfast was caringly restored to its turn of the century splendor. Mayor's Inn Bed and Breakfast now offers five accommodations for guests.
Get comfortable and be inspired by the romance of the old west at The Mayor's Inn located in downtown Cody, Wyoming. Whether you are planning a Wyoming vacation adventure, a private retreat or a Cody getaway bed and breakfast weekend for two, we invite you to enjoy the nostalgic experience of Mayor's Inn Bed and Breakfast.
A full, hearty Gourmet breakfast, including fresh fruit, a selection of juice, coffee & tea, is served at 8:00 am in the Dining Room at private tables.
The Mayor's Inn Bed and Breakfast is the Perfect Lodging Choice for your next Visit to Cody, Wyoming or as a Wyoming Vacation Destination!