A friend and I stayed in the wonderful condo for three nights from September 17th-20th 2014 and really loved it. It is in a great location with a wonderful market/store nearby and a short drive away from both Jackson and Teton Village.
The condo has everything you could possibly need and is beautifully maintained. The beds are really comfortable, the kitchen is very well equipped and it was spotlessly clean. The owners, Pam and Scott, were incredibly helpful with all sorts of tips about where to eat, what to see and do and were a pleasure to deal with.
There is so much to do in this area. We took a breathtaking tram ride to the top of the mountains at Teton Village, had tea next to the fire pit on the beautiful terrace at the Four Seasons, took some lovely walks, did an early morning float trip on the Snake River with Barker-Ewing http://www.barker-ewing.com That was a real treat and I highly recommend it as the guide we had was incredibly knowledgeable and we saw moose and bald eagles. After that we had a delicious lunch at Dornan's in Moose which must have one of the most spectacular views around. The new visitor center in Moose is also very impressive with a great short film about the area and some wonderful information from the rangers. We also visited the National Museum of Wildlife Art http://www.wildlifeart.org just north of Jackson which is incredible and highly recommended. We explored the shops and galleries in Jackson and loved Great Harvest Bread Company Café which has the most delicious bread. We stumbled on a large herd of bison off Antelope Flats Road and hear the elk bugling in the park near the Teton Village entrance (thanks for the tip, Scott). We drove up to Jenny Lake and then to Jackson Lake Lodge which is stunning and in such a fantastic location-well worth a visit. All in all, a wonderful, action-packed two and a half days.
If you are considering travelling to this area: do it. You will not be disappointed. I highly recommend booking this condo for your stay as is truly is a home away from home.