Bed & Breakfasts, Inns and Ranches of Wyoming

1413 Rumsey Avenue, Cody, Wyoming 82414
  • Introduction

    Discover America's best-kept secret—Wyoming! Your vacation to Wyoming can provide great recreation, Western adventure or pure relaxation – the perfect escape from the fast pace of city life. The members of WHOA—Wyoming Hospitality and Outdoor Adventure Association—want to welcome you to Wyoming's unspoiled wide open spaces, friendly Western towns and world-class hospitality. Let our friendly innkeepers introduce you to our historic state while pampering you with hearty Wyoming food, unique and comfortable lodging and a wide range of adventure and entertainment. Start planning your vacation now by exploring our website or calling an innkeeper today.

  • Northeast Wyoming

    Click on any of the Northeast Wyoming members (grouped by city) listed below
    for a description and contact information.


    Devil's Tower

    Lytle Creek Inn
    P.O. Box 25
    Devils Tower,   WY  82714
    Phone:  (307) 467-5599
    Cell Phone: (307) 290-1051

    Lytle Creek Inn Bed and Breakfast is nestled at the edge of the western Black Hills in northeastern Wyoming…

    Devil's Tower Lodge
    P. O. Box 66
    Devils Tower, WY82714
    (307) 467- JAMS (5267)
    or TOLL FREE (888) 314- JAMS (5267)

    Nestled on 21 very private acres on Precious Prairie and Ponderosa Pine, at the base of Devil's Tower


    EVA-Great Spirit
    1262 Beaver Creek Road,
    Newcastle, Wyoming 82701
    (307) 746-2537

    The EVA-Great Spirit Ranch B&B is located 17 miles northeast of Newcastle in the beautiful Black Hills of Wyoming!

  • Northwest Wyoming

    Click on any of the Northwest Wyoming members (grouped by city) listed below
    for a description and contact information.



    K3 Guest Ranch
    30 Nielsen Trail
    Cody, Wyoming, 82414
    Toll Free: 888.587.2080
    Surrounded by mountains and hay fields, the K3 Guest Ranch Bed & Breakfast is just 10 minutes from downtown Cody, Wyoming. Use our K3 accommodations for an overnight stay, or as your base camp for exploring Cody, Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, and the entire Cody Country.    


    Mayor's Inn
    1413 Rumsey Avenue
    Cody, Wyoming 82414
    Toll Free: 888-217-3001

    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.     

    Robin's Nest B & B
    1508 Alger Avenue
    Cody, Wyoming 82414
    Toll-Free: 866-723-7797

    Robin's Nest Bed & Breakfast is located in historic Cody, Wyoming, convenient Yellowstone National Park lodging,  just about an hour from two of the five entrances to Yellowstone National Park.  Relax in our quiet neighborhood that is walking distance to most of Cody's many attractions. There are five museums at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center open year-round, summertime nightly rodeos, gun fights, horseback riding, hiking, fishing, biking, river rafting, outdoor summer concerts, golf, swimming,  and more. We have three guest rooms upstairs and one guest room downstairs - four in all.


    The Stone House Bed & Breakfast
    207 South First Street
    Dubois, Wyoming 82513

    Welcome to the Stone House Bed and Breakfast in beautiful Dubois, Wyoming. Our historic house was built in 1947, offers majestic mountain views and is within walking distance of shops and restaurants of downtown Dubois.



    The Wildflower Inn
    3725 Teton Village Road
    Jackson, Wyoming 83001

    Where you will experience Jackson Hole as it is meant to be… a beautiful Log Country Inn located on three quiet acres surrounded by aspens, ponds and mountain views.

  • Central Wyoming

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    for a description and contact information.



    Sunburst Lodge
    2700 Micro Road
    Casper, Wyoming 82601
    307-235-9086 or 307-259-4787  

    Located on Casper Mountain, next door to Hogadon ski Area, twenty minutes from downtown Casper, Sunburst Lodge is a delightful and convenient change of pace. Our large private acreage with hiking trails, picnic areas, and scenic views await you in summer, or you can choose to explore on snowshoes, skis or by snowmobile in winter.  Let Sunburst Lodge capture your imagination and enable you with a feeling of promise.



    Cottage House of Squaw Creek
    72 squaw Creek Court
    Lander, Wyoming 82520
    Squaw Creek Ranch has vacation lodging at our log cabin Bed and Breakfast or Guest House.  We also have a completely equipped temporary accommodation.  Miniature Horse breeding and sales farm or ranch as we call it; and our House of Tails Pet Boarding, Pet Grooming, and Western Pet Boutique Store.  We are in Lander, Wyoming about a three hour drive from Grand Teton, Jackson Hole and Yellowstone National Park Area.


    Pole Creek Ranch
    P.O. Box 278
    Pinedale, Wyoming
    (307) 367-4433

    Relive the charm of the Old West in our rustic log home with a superb view of the spectacular Wind River Mountains. Stay in one of our rooms, in our cabin or sleep out in the tepee! Enjoy horseback riding, wagon, buggy, and sleigh rides, evening campfires, and relax in our hot tub out under the stars. The peace and beauty of Pole Creek Ranch are unsurpassed.

  • Southeast

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    for a description and contact information.




    Howdy Pardner
    1920 Tranquility Road
    Cheyenne, Wyoming 82009
    (307) 634-6493

    A big Wyoming Welcome awaits you in a relaxed country setting. This very western, secluded, ranch house is perched high on a hill with views all around that invite walkabouts, yet it's only 10 minutes from Frontier Park, downtown activities, the airport, and Interstate 25 north and south and Interstate 80 east and west. The Howdy Pardner is on the way to elk, deer, antelope and goose hunting, as well as great stream and lake fishing. Cheyenne attractions include Old West Museum at Frontier Park, the State Capitol and State Museum, Historic Governor's Mansion, Terry Bison Ranch, and Warren Air Force Base.

    Nagle Warren Mansion
    222 East 17th Street
    Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001
    Toll Free: 800-811-2610
    The Nagle Warren Mansion was built by Erasmus Nagle in 1888. It is one of the few remaining fine homes built during the 1800s, when Cheyenne was the richest city, of its size, in the world. The mansion has many elegant features, suitable for its location on Cattle Baron's Row. The height of luxury, each guest room is unique and individually decorated with period antiques. The carriage house is connected to the mansion. Pets are welcomed in the Carriage House. Smoking is not allowed inside. Twelve luxurious rooms await your stay at the Nagle Warren Mansion.



    Riverside Lodge
    313 Shoshone Ave
    Riverside, Wyoming 82325
    Gracious Log Home in Riverside, Wyoming offers you a quality Wyoming experience. You will be in the midst of Dazzling Western Mountains, including the Sierra Madre Mountain Range and the dramatic Snowy Range. Riverside Lodge offers peaceful surroundings in a quiet, scenic neighborhood. You will be close to true Western history, true Western lifestyles, but will have access to extra modern conveniences and technology including Satellite Hi-Speed Internet.

    Spirit West River Lodge
    P.O. Box 605
    Encampment, Wyoming 82325
    Toll Free: 888-289-8321 (reservations only)
    All other inquiries: 307-327-5753
    Welcome to Spirit West River Lodge, one of Wyoming's most unique Bed and Breakfasts. Located just outside the small town of Riverside,Wyoming, this secluded get-away is nestled on a picturesque bend of the Encampment River. Surrounded by the breathtaking Sierra Madre Mountains of southern Wyoming, this area offers not only some of the West's most beautiful scenery but also some of Wyoming's best year-round fun for sport and outdoor enthusiasts.



    Tea Kettle Ranch B&B
    9634 Van Tassel Rd
    Torrington, Wyoming 82240
    Welcome to Wyoming and the Tea Kettle Ranch B&B, Western hospitality and a little bit of Heaven on Earth. Our plateau top location offers an eagle's eye view of miles of countryside where on a clear day you can see forever ... on a cloudy day, limited visibility ... only 40 miles.

  • Membership Info

    Who We Are

    In 1987, individuals from several Wyoming bed and breakfast/ranch recreation establishments met with Susan Rottman and Dr. Jeff Powell, both with the University of Wyoming's College of Agriculture. The meeting focused on ways to promote tourism in an agricultural setting. Wyoming Homestay and Outdoor Adventures (WHOA) grew out of their cooperative effort. WHOA, now open to all bed and breakfast inns and ranches in Wyoming, has seen its membership and influence expand steadily since then.

    What We Do

    WHOA believes a professional organization is essential to promote quality accommodations for the traveling public and to give owners of bed and breakfast inns and ranches a unified voice in dealing with outside agencies that influence our business. We are a non-profit organization that serves our membership by:

    • We Provide Cooperative Marketing Efforts:
    • Brochures & distribution and this website
    • Increasing communication and professionalism within the industry.
    • Providing bed and breakfast/ranch recreation establishments an information and communication channel to government agencies, travel agencies and the public.
    • Promoting the interests of the industry to the public, state and local governments and other interested organizations.
    • Wyoming Travel Industry Coalition
    • Membership in several steering and advisory groups for the State
    • Promoting tourism and awareness of bed and breakfast inns and ranches.

    Benefits of Membership

    • Listing on the website for bed and breakfast/ranch recreation in Wyoming.
    • Prestige and credibility of belonging to a group that maintains high standards of professionalism.
    • Unlimited use of the WHOA Approved & Inspected logo.
    • Cooperative advertising, including free listings in the WHOA brochure, on the WHOA website, and in our other specialty pieces.
    • Networking opportunities with other tourism professionals.
    • Guest referrals from other members.
    • A unified voice in the tourism industry. WHOA provides lobbying and government education on issues relating to our industry.

    Costs of Membership

    Annual dues are $150 plus $10 per guestroom.

    How to Join

    1413 Rumsey Avenue
    Cody, WY 82414

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    Or call our office at (307) 587-0887