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The Chambers House Bed and Breakfast is located in Pinedale, Wyoming, and has a grand total of seven rooms that guests can choose. The bed and breakfast can be located near the middle of town, which makes it convenient for guests to find a number of shops and restaurants, allowing for guests to spend less time getting to their destination and more time for enjoyment. History is important to The Chambers House Bed and Breakfast, as the building is over a century old. Dogs are allowed into the establishment, but their is a ten dollar fee per dog, per night. Yellowstone National Park is only a few hours away, making The Chambers House Bed and Breakfast an ideal location for guests to stay while they are traveling.
The Chambers House Bed and Breakfast has seven rooms available for guests. The Master Bedroom has a private entrance with a queen bed and a private bathroom. Guests can cozy up to the fireplace in the Master Bedroom. The Blue Room offers a king or two twin beds with a semi-private bath. The Green Room has a queen bed, a twin sofa bed, and a private bath. In the Good Gracious Room, guests can find a queen bed and a semi-private bath. The Red Room has a queen bed for guests, as well as a private bath.
The Noble Suite is a two-bedroom suite, including the Yellow Bedroom and the Fish Bedroom. The Yellow Bedroom has a walk-in closet, desk, queen bed, and flat-screen TV. The Fish Bedroom is a smaller bedroom with a queen bed and flat-screen TV. The Noble Suite has a common room with a table, chairs, appliances, and a full bath. The Master Bedroom is downstairs, with the rest of the rooms on the upper floor. Downstairs has both a living room and dining room as areas for guests to spend time socializing.
The Chambers House is a historic home in Pinedale. The owner of the house, Ann Noble, owns the whole block that the house is on. There are multiple sitting areas around the grounds of the property where guests can relax, with or without their pets. Breakfast is provided daily, and Ann switches up the menu to keep it new for guests staying multiple nights. Ann is sensitive to guests with allergies and other special dietary needs. Breakfast items are all homemade and include egg dishes, bread, muffins, fruit, yogurt, granola, sausage, stuffed French toast, and more.
The Chambers House Bed and Breakfast is open year-round. July through September tends to be the busiest months for the Chambers House B&B. The bed and breakfast is 75 miles south of Jackson Hole and near Yellowstone. The location is convenient for guests that are looking for outdoor adventures. Pinedale, Wyoming is a small town with many lakes and is known for fly-fishing. Many backpackers stay at the property, and the staff accommodates guests by locking any valuable items they want to leave behind. The property also sees guests that are traveling for business or coming to the University of Wyoming. The property is close to various restaurants and some local shops. The owner recommends four restaurants walking distance from the property; Los Cabos Mexican Restaurant, Wind River Brewing Company, China Gourmet, and Patio Grill.
Ann Noble owns the Chambers House Bed and Breakfast, and one of her main goals is to create a home-away-from-home B&B for her guests. The Chambers House Bed and Breakfast is a place for guests that are looking for company. Ann loves creating a social environment for her guests, where travelers can share tips and experiences. Ann pays attention to details to make her bed and breakfast feel like home for guests. Ann avoids falling into the ways of chain hotels and motels by making each room unique and creating a homey environment. The house is full of family antiques and rich history. The Chambers House Bed and Breakfast sees many returning guests, which she attests to it being the customer service guests receive during their stay.
Ann prioritizes quality customer service by hiring staff members that are personable, helpful, and clean. The property is also known for its cleanliness, and Ann dares her guests "to find a dust bunny" in her B&B. Guests have commented on the customer service and the cleanliness of the house. One guest left a review saying, "We were not sure what to expect, but our wonderful stay started from the moment we arrived. The services were nothing short of excellent from start to finish. The building is a beautiful historic building that is beautifully furnished. We found it a very comfortable stay, and the breakfast was delicious. Every Trip, you find a few hidden gems, and this is one for us. This is our place to stay when we are back in Pinedale." Another guest said, "Our room was well appointed and comfortable, as well as super clean. Our host was very pleasant and knowledgeable. We enjoyed the breakfast offerings immensely, as well as the company of other guests at the table."
Ann Noble is the original owner of the Chambers House Bed and Breakfast. Ann traveled extensively in the past and was able to see what she liked and what she didn't like to make her perfect bed and breakfast. Ann inherited the house from her aunt and decided to turn the house into a bed and breakfast. Her main goal has been to create a home-like environment for her guests. Though Ann has made renovations over the years, the house remains mostly in its original form.
The Chambers House has a unique history, being built in 1904 as a schoolhouse and one of Pinedale's oldest structures. As the town and community grew, the need for a bigger schoolhouse came. In 1912 the schoolhouse was abandoned and used as a residence. The Hennick and Felter families added two rooms and a garage in 1933. The house was built from logs from local forests, and the fireplace made from river rocks. The home was around the corner from Trails Hotel. At times guests would stay in the Feltner home when the hotel was full.
The house went through a couple of families, eventually being sold to Helen Chambers in the 1980s. Helen made renovations and added bathrooms while maintaining the unique and original structure of the house. Helen Chambers died in 1994, and the house was inherited by Ann Chambers Noble, the current owner. In 1994 Ann turned the house into a bed and breakfast and ran it as such ever since.
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