Bask in the loveliness of this one bedroom, one bathroom 700 square foot suite. The upper level of the Trout House is a personal favorite due to the magnificent sun exposure, the exquisite views of the Yellowstone River and Absaroka Mountains. And, of course, the wonderful atmosphere inside. The Brown Trout is perfect if you love fly-fishing, hiking, cross-country skiing, river rafting, wildlife viewing, romantic getaways, gorgeous interiors, and an appreciation of all things beautiful and wonderful.

Floor Plan

$225 – $275 / night for double occupancy.

2 nights minimum stay.

Features and Amenities

Featured Amenities

  • High-Fill, Euro Style Duvet Bedding
  • Luxury Linens
  • Complimentary Wifi
  • Satellite TV
  • Parking
  • Treeline Coffee
  • Smith Tea
  • Tatine Handcrafted Soap & Lotion
  • Organic Shampoo & Conditioner
  • Biodegradable Laundry Detergent
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron
  • Central Heat
  • Flyfishing Rental Equipment

Safety Amenities

  • Fire Extinguisher
  • First Aid Kit
  • Smoke Detector
  • Lock on Bedroom Doors
  • Safety Card

Review our Policies

Come join us at Reedfly Farm, dare we say, the most magnificent place on earth. Our cabins are open year round with private access to the Yellowstone River, and the only open entrance to Yellowstone National Park.

Cleaning

Housekeeping is provided before and after your stay but more frequent cleaning can be arranged, subject to availability and fees.

Children

Our lodging is family and children-friendly. Please note that our accommodations may not be suitable for children under the age of five.

Availability

Minimum two night stay for Brown Trout, Cutbow Suite and Eagle’s Nest during the Fall and Winter (October through April) and three nights during Spring and Summer (May through September). A minimum of three nights for The Trout House during the Fall and Winter (October through April), four nights during the Spring and Summer (May through September).

Cancellation

Due to popular demand, all cabin/vacation homes require rebooking upon a cancellation and a $75.00 cancellation fee in order to ensure a refund.

In the unlikely event that you must cancel with less than thirty (30) days notice, shorten your stay or check out early, please understand that we must ask you to take responsibility for your entire reservation. If we can rebook your home, a full or partial refund will be made.

Check-In / Check-Out

Check in: 3:00pm – 6:00pm

Check out: 11:00am.

If you are arriving or leaving outside normal hours, self check-in is also available. Late check out can be arranged in advance, subject to availability and fees.

Payment

All cabins and homes require 50% deposit at time of booking with the remainder billed the day before check-in. The deposit is refundable (less a $75.00 processing fee) only if the cabin or home is re-booked. We accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express.

Additional Guests

We kindly ask that you inform us if you will be adding additional guests to your reservation and that the guest count matches the maximum number of guests that house will accommodate. Additional guests that exceed the house maximum will be charged $250 per night, per person.

Quiet Hours

To respect the comfort and enjoyment of all (guests and wildlife), please keep voice levels and other noises (loud TV volume, door slams, and late night conversations) to a minimum starting at 10pm.

For additional tranquility, White Noise machines are available upon request.

Non-Smoking

Reedfly Farm, Lodge and Cabins are smoke free environments.

Pets

Bringing a pet?  Pet allergies? Let us know. We love our furry friends, as well as those who are allergic to them.  Please contact us directly if you are bringing your four-legged buddy so we can confirm that your preferred cabin is pet-friendly. We charge a one-time, non-refundable fee of $150 per stay/per dog for dogs under 50 pounds.

Damages

Should any damage or breakage occur, we ask that you notify us as soon as possible and we will assess the fee.

"Stunning Location, Beautiful Lodge & Lovely Hosts"

We stayed in The Brown Trout Suite for 3 nights at the end of June. The place is just beautiful in every way from the bedding & towels to the stunning views from every window & the deck. Robin met us on arrival & showed us around, she had also thoughtfully provided bread, butter, eggs & a bottle of local wine for us which was a lovely surprise. Later in our stay she also left us cookies on the door step 🙂

We had covered a lot of miles prior to our arrival so spent our first day around the lodge, walking down to the ponds where we saw baby otters & loads of birds, & sitting in the chairs on the river bank with a stunning view of Emigrant Peak. It was just so peaceful & tranquil & served as a much needed rest. In the evenings & early mornings we saw deer in the meadow next to the lodge & were also treated to the sight of two fawns which were absolutely adorable.

We had selected Reedfly Lodge as a base to spend a full day in Yellowstone away from the crowds & overpopulated accommodations within the park. Within an easy 30min drive we were in the park & it was so nice to leave the hordes of travelers there & retreat to the tranquility of Reedfly Lodge.

We ate locally 2 of the 3 nights of our stay & both places were fine. Choice is fairly limited unless you want to travel a few miles but again Robin provided us with a list of places in easy reach & to be honest when you’re staying amid such natural beauty food becomes very secondary! There was also a washer & dryer available for guest use which after a week on the road was a godsend!!

I always thoroughly research our vacation choices & Reedfly Lodge was everything I hoped for & if we are back in that area we will definitely return. The attention to detail in everything from the furnishings to the thoughtfulness of the hosts is exemplary & we so appreciated it all.

Thank you so much Robin for your hospitality & thoughtfulness & I sincerely hope we can return some day 🙂

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