The Steele Maiden: Historic Sheridan Inn - Guide to Sheridan, Wyoming

When I thought about how I wanted to share our trip to Wyoming with you all – I knew that the Sheridan Inn would need it’s own post. Our home base for our time in Sheridan, this was one of the very first places I was set on when we first started researching for our trip. I’ve become really picky about our hotel choices over the years (painstakingly so Adam would tell you) because to me, it’s kind of the cornerstone of any travel. It sets the tone for the trip and offers comfort after long days of exploring. And my biggest requirement – that it reflects the destination and really feels like you’re immersed in a place.

The Steele Maiden: Historic Sheridan Inn - Guide to Sheridan, Wyoming

The Historic Sheridan Inn checked all of those boxes. Conveniently located right at the end of downtown, each night the Inn welcomed us back inside with a roaring fire, cloud like bed and dreamy clawfoot tub. Aside from all of that, the place was steeped in history – not just for the town of Sheridan but the Wild West and world over. It was home base for Buffalo Bill who would practice his rodeo shows on the grand front porch. Annie Oakley, Teddy Roosevelt and even Queen Elizabeth on her visit to town all stayed there.

The Steele Maiden: Historic Sheridan Inn - Guide to Sheridan, WyomingThe Steele Maiden: Historic Sheridan Inn - Guide to Sheridan, Wyoming

Each room is completely unique and named after one of it’s infamous guests. We had the pleasure of staying in the Buffalo Bill suite which felt as grand as the man himself (I think I lost count of how many soaks I had in that huge tub). Local shop Little Willow Traders, which we later visited downtown, did all of the interior decorating and every detail felt so thoughtfully put in place – from the handmade chairs in the lobby to the Pendleton blankets on the end of each bed to the checkerboard tables on the 3rd floor suite where guests can relax and play games. And yes, Adam beat me. And yes, I still think he cheated.

The Steele Maiden: Historic Sheridan Inn - Guide to Sheridan, Wyoming  The Steele Maiden: Historic Sheridan Inn - Guide to Sheridan, WyomingThe Steele Maiden: Historic Sheridan Inn - Guide to Sheridan, Wyoming

Aside from all of that, the staff was the absolute sweetest, they have a full ballroom where they had live music and dancing on Friday night and a connected restaurant called Open Range that served up a seriously hearty dinner complete with local craft beer pairings. In short, if we hadn’t had such a jam-packed itinerary we may very well have never left the Inn.

The Steele Maiden: Historic Sheridan Inn - Guide to Sheridan, WyomingThe Steele Maiden: Historic Sheridan Inn - Guide to Sheridan, Wyoming

I’m going to be sharing our entire itinerary coming up next (style posts so far from Sheridan here and here), but let this serve as a sneak peek of the epic cowboy adventure I’m about to take you all on. Until then.. I’ll be here.. dreaming of how to get myself one of those tubs.

The Steele Maiden: Historic Sheridan Inn - Guide to Sheridan, Wyoming

**A special thank you to Wyoming, Sheridan and the Sheridan Inn for hosting us. As always all opinions are completely my own.