The Historic Yodeler Motel is owned and operated by Mac & Tulsa Dean, who focus on providing unique hospitality in an inspirational location: the base of the Beartooth Mountains & the Beartooth Highway. The Yodeler’s owners, managers and staff live in the area and take pride in their beautiful region. They love sharing their piece of heaven with guests from all over the world and are always ready to offer great suggestions for enjoying the area, regardless of the season. At The Yodeler, the team strives to provide each guest with an individualized lodging experience and personal service. The team’s goal is simple: To make sure your visit is exactly what you have anticipated. Mac and Tulsa invite you to come stay at their locally owned, non-corporate, historic motor inn that specializes in character and fun. You will truly find The Yodeler your basecamp for adventure.

None of the fluff, but all of the good stuff. Our 23 guest rooms have a sense of authenticity & play which reflect the spirit of our area. The guest rooms provide a comfortable basecamp to rest and plan your next adventures. We are a historic motel, so all rooms are accessed from outside. The Yodeler has a unique layout of being a SPLIT LEVEL” motel. What does this mean? We have upper level rooms & ground level rooms. We would love to answer all of your questions and provide you with the BEST RATES. We are looking forward to meeting you! Please  call 406-446-1435

“Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt.” ← John Muir →

Our Team

Mac Dean

Mac is an avid mountaineer and backcountry skier, making him...

Tulsa Dean

As an animal Lover, artist, and avid hiker, Tulsa can...

Reviews

Come for the steam baths, stay for the service.  I’ve stayed here several times on ski trips, I’m always greeted by the owner himself, and he always goes out of his way to make my stay comfortable. The atmosphere is quaint, and the rooms are simple and immaculately clean. Amenities like refrigerators, microwaves, a ski wax room,…

Brian H

We didn’t realize until getting there that the lower level rooms have sort of a basement feel, but the room was spacious and clean with a large window that let in a lot of natural light. And, because of the placement of the window you can keep the curtain open without sacrificing privacy. There are two doors – one from the…

Katie K

Just the right choice! This unpretentious hotel was just the right choice for our family of four.  The room was clean, beds comfortable, and bathroom very adequate with strong shower, good ventilation, and plenty of towels. We had a room in the “basement” which was fine as it had windows that could be opened and plenty of natural light.…

Ann H.

We stayed one night on a Yellowstone excursion and left relaxed, refreshed and ready for the day. Located at walking distance from downtown restaurants – we had the “Upstairs” room (7 steps up) which had a little porch out front to sit and watch the night fall. The room was spotless with 2 beds and…

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