Luxury Log Cabin Rental with a Private Hot Tub in Wilson, WyomingWilson, Wyoming (United States)
Luxury Log Cabin Rental with a Private Hot Tub in Wilson, Wyoming
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In the fourth bedroom, guests will find a king-size and a full ensuite bathroom. The fifth bedroom contains a queen-size bed, a loft with two twin beds, and an ensuite bathroom featuring a shower with slate tiling embedded with fossils. In the other bathrooms, guests will find amenities such as a vessel sink, walk-in showers, and a bathtub. Linens and towels are provided.
In the living area of the great room, guests will find a leather sofa and a pair of sofa chairs arranged around a two-sided stone fireplace. For additional space in which they can relax and enjoy each other's company, guests can head to the den, where they will find a sofa and an armchair, or they can head to the family room, where they will find another two sofas, a 60-inch HDTV, and the other side of the living area's two-sided fireplace.
The full kitchen comes with an oven, a stove, a microwave, a dishwasher, a coffeemaker, and a four-person breakfast bar. The dining area seats six, with seating for another four guests at a round table next to the living area. Other amenities include Wi-Fi, cable, and a washer and dryer.
Outside, guests will find a spacious deck with an outdoor dining table, lounge chairs, a barbecue grill, and a hot tub.
- King-size bed
- Queen-size bed
- Twin/Single bed
- Bunk bed
- Linens and pillows
- Washing machine
- Cooking basics
- Breakfast bar
- Private Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Shared Barbecue
- Sound system
- BR/DVD player
Location + Surroundings
To the north lies Grand Teton National Park, which encompasses 310,000 acres of massive mountains, verdant forests, alpine meadows, sagebrush scrublands, pristine lakes, winding streams, and flourishing wetlands. The park's diverse environments provide habitats to an abundance of wildlife and birdlife, such as bison, elk, bighorn sheep, mule deer, wolves, ospreys, and bald eagles.
To the east, guests will find the National Elk Refuge, which encompasses 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 refuge, in turn, is bordered to the east by Bridger-Teton National Forest, which contains 3.4 million acres of wilderness, mountains, and unspoiled alpine environments that are home to 75 species of mammals and 355 species of birds.
Bordering the refuge further to the east is Bridger-Teton National Forest, which contains just over three million acres of wilderness, mountains, and unspoiled alpine environments that are home to 75 species of mammals and 355 species of birds. Nestled between the Teton Mountain Range and the Gros Ventre Range, the surrounding Jackson Hole valley is cut roughly in half by the Snake River. 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.
In Teton Village and Jackson, guests will find Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and Snow King Mountain Resort, respectively, along with a range of restaurants, breweries, boutiques, art galleries, tour companies, and adventure outfitters. The cabin is about 30 minutes 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.
- Winter sports
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
While they are best known for their outstanding skiing and snowboarding slopes, nearby Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and Snow King Mountain Resort both offer a wide range of year-round activity options. In the summer, for example, guests can go mountain biking on Jackson Hole Mountain Resort's extensive downhill mountain bike trail system, as well as hiking and biking on the Snow King Mountain Resort's trail system, which connects to the Cache Creek and Game Creek trail networks.
At Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, guests can take a scenic, 12-minute ride on the Aerial Tram, which ascends 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.
At Snow King Mountain Resort, guests can also play mini-golf, go bouldering at a free bouldering park, ride the Alpine Slide and Cowboy Coaster, take a scenic chairlift ride, navigate a treetop adventure course (which includes 13 ziplines), and even go paragliding from the summit of Snow King Mountain
Guests will find an array of additional outdoor activity options in the surrounding Grand Teton National Park. 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. 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, art gallery browsing, and enjoying nightlife and live music, guests will find a variety of options in Jackson and Teton Village.
Check-in: 04:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Some spaces are shared
Smoking is not permitted.
Pets are not allowed.
Additional fees and taxes apply.