Deluxe Cabin Rental with a Hot Tub and Expansive Views near the Teton Mountains, Wyoming
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- Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
The second bedroom features another king-size bed, gas-fired stone fireplace, and an ensuite bathroom, this one with a combination bathtub/shower, a water closet, dual sinks, and a stone-topped vanity. In the third bedroom, guests will find a pair of rustic twin beds with a shared bedside table and reading lamp. The bathroom to this bedroom features radiant heat flooring and limestone accents.
The cabin also features a trundle room and a landing space that provide additional sleeping options. The former contains a wood-framed daybed with a twin bed that slides out from underneath it. The latter features a sleeper sofa, a television that rises out of a sideboard, and a half bathroom with stunning views of the Snake River Range.
In the living room, guests will find an array of comfortable seating set around a wood-burning fireplace and a flat-screen television. The dining area seats six, with additional seating at the adjacent breakfast bar. The fully-equipped kitchen features a Sub-Zero system with multiple refrigeration and freezer drawers, a wine cooler, a refrigerator, dual sinks, wall ovens, a warming drawer, a microwave, and a Viking six-burner range. Other amenities include internet access, air conditioning, a laundry room, a heated two-car garage, and a mud room with plenty of storage for outdoor recreation equipment.
Outside, guests will find a stone terrace and a hot tub.
- King-size bed
- Twin/Single bed
- Linens and pillows
- Running water
- Cell service
- Air conditioning
- Safe box
- Cooking basics
- Washing machine
- Dining table
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Dining room
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Shared Barbecue
- Outdoor furniture
- BR/DVD player
Outside, guests will find a stone terrace and a hot tub.
- Front desk service
Location + Surroundings
- Movie theater
Taking a scenic ride on the tram, guests can access the Summit Trail and Rock Springs Bowl, where they can see moose and black bears amid fields of wildflowers, rugged terrain, and breathtaking mountain vistas. The tram also provides access to Grand Teton National Park, which encompasses 310,000 acres of soaring mountains, verdant forests, alpine meadows, sagebrush scrublands, pristine lakes, meandering streams, and flourishing wetlands. The park's diverse environments provide habitats for an abundance of wildlife and birdlife, such as bison, elk, bighorn sheep, mule deer, wolves, ospreys, and bald eagles.
Nestled between the Teton Mountain Range and the Gros Ventre Range, the surrounding Jackson Hole valley is bordered by two other notable natural attractions: the National Elk Refuge and Bridger-Teton National Forest. Composed of 25,000 acres of wetlands, meadows, and sagebrush-coated foothills punctuated by rocky outcroppings, the refuge provides wintering grounds for herds of up to 7,500 elk and more than 1,000 bison each winter. The national forest, in turn, contains three million acres of wilderness, mountains, and unspoiled alpine environments, which are home to 75 species of mammals and 355 species of birds.
Last but certainly not least, one of the other main natural attractions of Jackson Hole is the Snake River, which cuts the valley roughly in half. Winding southward from Jackson Lake, the river's current fluctuates from a languid flow to a whitewater torrent of Class II and III rapids, providing ideal settings for both leisurely inner-tubing journeys and adrenaline-pumping whitewater rafting adventures alike. Teeming with fish such as the endemic fine-spotted cutthroat trout, the river is also a world-class fishing destination.
The cabin is about 20 minutes from Jackson, the largest town of Jackson Hole, where guests will find a variety of restaurants, breweries, shops, art galleries, tour companies, adventure outfitters, and attractions such as Snow King Mountain Resort and the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum. It is about half an hour from Jackson Hole Airport, which is serviced by national airlines and has connections to a handful of major cities, such as Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Newark, Dallas, and Salt Lake City. The latter hosts the nearest international airport, which is about five hours away, while the closest regional airport is located about two hours away in Idaho Falls.
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
- Wine tasting
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Whitewater rafting
While it is best known for its world-class skiing and snowboarding, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort offers a wide range of year-round activity options. In the summer, for example, guests can go biking on an extensive downhill mountain bike trail system, which is serviced by the Teewinot ski lift.
Taking a scenic, 12-minute ride on the Aerial Tram, guests can ascend 4,139 feet up to the 10,450-foot summit of the magnificent Rendezvous Mountain. From here, guests can go hiking on trails such as the Summit Trail, Rock Springs Overlook, and Rock Springs Loop. Before or after their excursions they can dine at the mountaintop restaurant of Corbet's Cabin. While exploring the trails, guests may see wildlife such as moose and black bears amid rugged mountain terrain and fields covered in wildflowers. To get back down to the base of the mountain, guests can simply hike or ride the tram, or, if they are feeling especially adventurous, they can float down on a paraglider.
Guests will find an array of outdoor activity options in the surrounding Grand Teton National Park, to which the tram provides access. For hiking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing, the park offers more than 230 miles of trails. While exploring them, guests will find many opportunities for wildlife viewing and birdwatching, with hundreds of species of birds and mammals to spot.
The park also has a multi-use pathway system on which guests can go biking, with rentals available from a variety of local outfitters, such as Jackson Hole Sports and Teton Village Sports. Guests interested in fat biking can go on guided rides with Teton Mountain Bike Tours.
For even more hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and wildlife viewing, guests can head to Bridger-Teton National Forest, which boasts more than 2,000 miles of trails. To see thousands of wintering elk and bison, guests can visit the National Elk Refuge, where they can also go on a horse-drawn sleigh ride.
For aquatic adventures, guests can go whitewater rafting, tubing, canoeing, kayaking, and stand-up paddleboarding on the Snake River and the alpine lakes of Grand Teton National Park, such as Jackson Lake. On the river and lakes, guests can also go fishing for fine-spotted cutthroat trout and a variety of other species.
For dining, shopping, and enjoying nightlife and live music, guests will find a variety of options right in Teton Village, with even more options to be found in the town of Jackson.
Check-in: 04:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
Additional fees and taxes apply.
Smoking is prohibited.