Buffalo Bill's House Frequently Asked Questions & Answers
Here are some frequently asked questions about Buffalo Bill’s House. Click below to find your answers.
Yes! We care about your safety and the safety of our employees. Our housekeeping department and staff are following the guidelines provided by the CDC. We are using enhanced cleaning and santizing procedures after each stay. Buffalo Bill’s House will gladly provide and encourage the use of hand sanitizer, which will be placed throughout the home for our guests’ convenience. We want to serve our guests in the safest way possible.
You can make a reservation through our online booking system once we launch.
Guests are welcome to check-in at Buffalo Bill’s House at 3pm and our check-out time is 11am.
There is no minimum stay requirement unless it’s a holiday.
Buffalo Bill’s House guest occupancy is limited to eight people. There are 4 bedrooms, one king bed, two queen beds,two twin beds. A Pack ‘n Play is available for babies and toddlers upon request. No additional guests are allowed on the property at any time. No sleeping bags, air mattresses or cots can be brought into the rooms.
We can’t wait to bring this to you and are working hard putting together a plan for the future. Please subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date on future tours.
No. Children 4 and under do not count toward the occupancy limit. A pack-n-play is available for babies and toddlers upon request.
Prior approval is required before any additional guests can visit the property. If you wish to have guests please advise us ahead of time so that we may consider your request. Additional guests are not permitted to spend the night.
The nightly rate is for your entire group.
Yes. There is a TV in the living room of Buffalo Bill’s House and a TV in the loft area. TVs are equipped with cable TV and a DVD player and copy of “The Silence of the Lambs” movie.
Yes, Buffalo Bill’s House has central air and forced heat.
Yes. Buffalo Bill’s House has a microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, a full size stove and all kitchen utensils and serverware.
Yes. Towels, sheets and comforters are provided at Buffalo Bill’s House. Our housekeeping department ensures all linens are washed after each booking.
While all pets are “Precious” (haha), we regret that we are not able to permit pets of any kind. Some guests may be allergic to them. Guests bringing pets into the rooms will be asked to leave immediately and be charged a minimum $200 maintenance fee to return any room to a pet free status. Buffalo Bill’s House welcomes service animals. Please note we will require appropriate documentation.
No. There is a zero tolerance policy for any kind of smoking (this includes any e-cigarettes, vapes etc.) inside Buffalo Bill’s House and the vintage train caboose on the property. If our house keeping team detects the odor of smoking inside, you will be charged a minimum $250 fee to return any room to a non-smoking status.
Buffalo Bill’s House does permit smoking on the exterior of the home. This includes the front porch, the gazebo, or by the in-ground pool. You’ll be expected to dispose of any smoking remnants (cigarette butts, finished cigars etc.) in proper receptacles, which will be located at the three permitted smoking locations mentioned above. Please be respectful. Don’t throw smoking remnants into bushes or general lawn areas when finished; if they are found you will be charged for disregarding our policy.
While smoking on the front porch and gazebo is permitted, we will expect you have to all windows and doors shut nearby where smoke can enter the home to help avoid smoke entering the home.
A grill is available outside.
Yes! We have an in-ground pool. In addition we have patio furniture to lounge on, a grill and plenty of fun pool floats in the shed. Don’t forget to check out the cool historical caboose right next to the pool. (Maybe one day it will be a pool house)
Yes! Only if you’re willing to tuck your sack back and put on night vision goggles!
Please park in front of the 3 car garage.
Yes. Buffalo Bill’s house has outside security cameras around the perimeter of the house and by the pool. There is also a camera inside pointing to a “famous prop” from “The Silence of the Lambs” film. So don’t get any ideas.