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Best suited for 2 to 4 people. 2 couples or family of 4. Not recommended for toddlers. Fir and log home located on the Idaho/Wyoming border, secluded in a grove of old aspens and cottonwoods. Beautiful property with wildlife abounding. Packed with luxurious rustic amenities. Custom designed western log and Adirondack furniture and decor offer a warm and cozy atmosphere. Open floor plan with free standing wood stove.
My husband and I stayed for 7 nights in this wonderful cabin during the latter part of September and early part of October 2009. We absolutely loved it! The pictures on the website are exactly as you will find the cabin. It was clean, cozy, comfortable and charming. The bed in the master bedroom gave us 7 nights of relaxing sleep so we were ready to enjoy all that the Tetons, Jackson Hole and Yellowstone have to offer. It was so nice to come home each day, relax on the front porch (very peaceful and quiet) and then prepare a meal in a clean and fully stocked kitchen. It was also exceptionally convenient to have a washer and dryer at our disposal. Towels were furnished as well, which cut down on personal items that we needed to bring.
We also enjoyed the hot tub several times. The deck provided privacy and the trees/flowers were enjoyable as we watched them blowing gently in the wind. We loved the wildlife that was so close as well. I filled up a bird bath that was left in the front yard near the cabin. That brought in plenty of birds, several squirrels and a chipmunk or two. One morning we also got many pictures of a herd of deer that decided to use our front yard to graze in. We had heard them outside in the night plenty of times, but had never seen them in the day light. That made for some good close up pictures.
Both my husband and I would gladly return here for another vacation and would recommend it to others as well.
One last note to anyone who knits. There is a fabulous knitting store fairly close to the cabin in Driggs. The owner has a good selection of both wool and alpaca. She also carries several kinds of knitting needles. I bought some alpaca yarn from animals that were raised on a ranch near Driggs. It is soft and reasonably priced. I made a scarf out of it and consider it to be a precious keep sake from our trip to Idaho.
This was such a welcome, beautiful place to stay. Lovely interior. Comfortable. Great location. Really well-equipped kitchen. Hot-tub for soaking after hiking/bike-riding in the Targhee. Close to town but quiet, quiet, quiet. Absolutely loved it and looking forward to our next visit! I really couldn't have wanted more.
Girls trip for some much needed rest and relaxation. The home sits on a beautiful, private lot! We loved sitting on the front porch. The hot tub was one my favorite amenities.
You couldn't ask for a better spot from which to enjoy the Teton Valley area. The cabin is even more charming than the pictures indicate. The furniture is both beautiful and comfortable, and the artwork is stunning. The wood stove helped make everything even more cozy, and the hot tub was a special treat. Our family of 5 spent a week there in the wintertime, and thoroughly enjoyed both the terrific skiing at Grand Targhee and the nearby town of Driggs, which has some great restaurants and authentic Western appeal. The sleigh ride dinner at Targhee was lots of fun as well, but we were always glad to make our way back to the cabin for a game of Scrabble or a movie. There was a local property manager who made sure we had everything we needed, and even left us some eggs laid by his own chickens! All in all, it was the perfect setting for a truly special family vacation, and we'd love to go back - maybe in the summer this time!
Stayed for two nights in mid-august. This is a great cabin with outstanding decor. Everything you needed was there except food. Close to some of the best hikes in the world. Minutes to Grand Targee if you wanted to stay in winter and ski. Forty-five minutes to Jackson Hole. Cabin is close to town of Driggs but secluded in woods with a very private back deck and hot tub. I would gladly stay again.
My family and I stayed at the Teton Aspen Grove Hideaway for 6 days and nights. The cabin was just as described and it is near some of the most beautiful scenery I have seen anywhere. The manager of the property came immediatly when we had a problem with the cable and even loaned my children fishing tackle to fish in the area streams. He also suggested several things that we should see that are not on the brochures. The view of Jackson Wyoming and the surrounding valley from the top of Teton Pass, was alone, worth the trip. Although we didn't spend much time at the cabin. It had everything we needed. Most days we did some grilling on the deck before leaving for our daily adventures. The hot tub was also nice after a long day of hiking and sight seeing.
Hot tub under the stars after a day of skiing infamous Targhee powder, snowmobiling or snowshoeing the Big Hole Mountains, fly fishing world-class rivers, horseback riding into the Tetons, hiking through wilderness and wildflowers to the base of 'The Grand', white water rafting, ballooning, mountain biking, golfing or taking a glider ride. 2 miles from the quaint town of Driggs, ID, 8 miles from Grand Targhee Resort, 40 minutes from Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park, 90 minutes from Yellowstone. Enjoy the quieter side of the Tetons and the beauty of a valley you will want to return to often.
Other Activities: hike Teton Canyon and other local canyons to caves and waterfalls, exceptional trails with views, wildflowers,rivers and dense forests, easy access from cabin and town.
Golf: World class golf courses in Teton Valley and Jackson Hole
Ski: Grand Targhee Resort just 8 miles up Teton Canyon from the cabin. Summer hiking and music festivals. Winter powder and blue sky skiing with no crowds. The best snow in the Tetons.
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