The Historic Mansion House Inn was built in 1903 by retired Army surgeon, Dr. Howard Lott. The property features hand carved oak mantles, original leaded glass windows and boasts one of the most beautiful oak stair cases in Wyoming.
Following Dr. Lott's death in 1913, Mrs. Lott opened her home and ran a boarding house for a number of years housing railroad families, providing school rooms when a local fire destroyed the school house, and preparing many delicious meals for locals and people passing through.
In the mid 1940's, after Mrs. Lott's death, the home was locally purchased and opened as an inn. The present owners, Paul and Lara Schuman, and Lara's mother, Mary Lett, purchased the Mansion House in 2018. The Inn has been restored to the early days as a turn-of-the-century home.
The Mansion House Inn has Western Victorian rooms, each decorated differently, all with private baths, color cable TV, and air conditioning. We also provide 11 additional and comfortable motel rooms.
Address 1: 313 N Main St
City: Buffalo - Wyoming
Postal Code: 82834
Contact Name: Lara Schuman
- Mountain view
- Conference room
- Walking distance to Historic Downtown Buffalo
Check-In / Check-Out Policies
This property has the following check-in and check-out times and policies.
Check-In: 03:00 PM
Check-Out: 11:00 AM
Property and Cancellation Policies:
No Charge - If cancelled within 1 days of arrival
Terms and Conditions
The Mansion House Inn is family owned and operated. You agree personally to pay all charges incurred during your stay, including those caused by damages. Please abide by posted procedures for your safety and respect for others. This establishment may refuse service to anyone, and is not responsible for property damage or loss. No Smoking - there will be a cleaning fee of not less than $350.00 to the person registered as the primary guest. Pet Policy - Pets will be accepted in the Mansion House Motel only, with prior permission, and must be declared at check in. $20 per day per pet will be added at check in. Additional charges may be incurred if pet causes damage to property.