|Minimum Stay||5 nights|
This is a Jackson Hole West Bank original cabin -- a semi-historic, hand crafted log cabin, 650 square feet, built in 1934. It is furnished tastefully and rustically, and features a cozy kitchen (with 1936 Magic Chef gas range) and spacious living room with dining area hide-a-bed sofa and twin day bed. The bathroom has been fully renovated featuring a travertine tile shower.
The cabin includes a a washer and dryer, and views of Sleeping Indian and Mt. Glory. Located within walking distance to Wilson stores and shops, very close to the bike path.
The location is ideal -- accessible to the charming hamlet of Wilson (the most desirable part of Jackson Hole), which features Hungry Jack's Mercantile Store (with movie rentals), the Stagecoach Bar, Pica’s Cantina, Pearl Street Bagels, Wilson Backcountry Sports, Nora's Fish Creek Inn, and the Post Office. Very close to the Snake River and to Teton Pass, as well as Grand Teton National Park.
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Keywords: Semi-Historic Log Cabin
Didi and Brot spent more than 20 years in the Himalaya of Nepal, Tibet and India, and were married there. Didi imports Himalayan rugs and Brot is a writer, consultant and lecturer
Didi purchased this cabin in 1999
I had skied at JH in 1964, and as a young ski racer had always wanted to be near skiing. (As it turns out, I've become more attracted to ice hockey).
Hiking, canoeing, kayaking, biking, the cultural amenities and programs of JH, skiing, ice skating, etc.
Had the most awesome time staying in this cabin. It met all of my needs and more! The location was perfect--close to Jackson, the Airport and to Jenny Lake area of Grand Teton NP. It was also VERY close to Teton village and the drive to Yellowstone was very doable with an early morning start. We spent 4 days in the Tetons and 3 days in Yellowstone and the cabin was always a delight to return to at the end of the day. The owners were very helpful with hiking suggestions and offered their canoe for us to use. They were very friendly and quick to respond to e-mails. Their house is located behind the cabin and it was comforting to know that they were very close by if we ever needed anything, or God forbid, something happened and we didn't show up at night. The cabin is equipped with a washer and dryer and several other ammenities that we didn't use (grill, stove, CD player, television, wifi). We were so sad to leave and I hope to return soon and bring the rest of my family. LOVED this cabin!
Delightful, charming, cozy and rustic, yet filled with all the conveniences of home. Our family of five thoroughly enjoyed the time spent here in this cabin. We were comfortable and had plenty of space for storing our belongings. The cabin is conveniently located near the Grand Teton National Park and many times during our 16 night stay we would drive to the park early in the morning before sunrise to view wildlife. After spending all day on the trails, we looked forward to our time at the cabin. We were very fortunate to find this gem of a cabin and were happy to know the owners. They were filled with information and suggestions on what to see and do in the area. This cabin made our visit to the national park a very pleasant and memorable vacation.
We just got back from a wonderful early summer vacation in the Tetons, and part of what made it so great was the Historic Wilson Log Cabin. We felt like we had stepped back in time while still being surrounded by every amenity.
The cabin is comfortable and cozy. We have a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children under 10), and the space was just what we needed. Although we didn't do a lot of cooking, we found the kitchen fully equipped to allow for just about anything. We were pleased to find well-stocked shelves of books, maps, etc. that helped us to plan for some hiking in the park and an excursion into Jackson, as well as to learn about some of the history and geology of the area. The owners were very generous with sharing their own knowledge and experiences as we planned our days.
The cabin is also in a perfect location. It's very close to Grand Teton National Park, especially if you are able to take the Moose-Wilson Road that takes you right by Teton Village to the park. It's close enough to Jackson to allow for easy access to great restaurants and tourist shopping, if you like that kind of thing. Best of all, it is out of the way of traffic. Even though you have a few neighbors, you feel like you are out on your own.
We stayed for 3 nights and would definitely go back. It was a perfect!
My husband and I had last visited the Jackson Hole area 25 years ago and we were looking to go back to celebrate our 30th anniversary. We stayed at the cottage 8 nights (we wished it were longer.) The log cabin cottage was perfect! There were so many things we loved about it. It was the perfect size and had everything you would need including a washer and dryer. Also, we cooked almost every meal at the cabin and dined outside on the private patio. Perhaps one of the best things about the cabin was the location. We walked into town every morning to get the free local paper and a cup of coffee and many evenings just to enjoy the town. If you like to ride your bike this is the location! The paved 7 mile path which takes you to the entrance of the park was a 3 minute bike ride from the cabin. Also, the owners couldn't have been nicer. Our stay in the log cabin surpassed all our expectations.
We had a wonderful week in Wyoming, and this cabin proves that "perfect" vacation lodging doesn't have to be modern and spacious. The location is ideal, and our hosts were so very gracious. We will always have fond memories of our trip to Grand Teton National Park. Thank you!
We had a delightful week in the cabin. A generous living/dining room with tv, stereo and ‘wifi’ access provide all creature comforts while a generous wood deck (with charcoal grill and iron dining table and chairs) looks onto a beautiful garden shared with, and lovingly tended by, the owners. Bikes and a canoe were also made available. The cabin retains all the charm of its 1930s log cabin construction while the recently updated (but small) bathroom and large, rustic (but functional) kitchen allowed for easy at-home meal preparation. The cabin’s location- just a short walk to the center of Wilson with its creek-front Coffee & Bagel shop, General Store, Post Office, and Saloon (with attached Mexican restaurant)- proved to be wonderfully quiet yet kept us out of our car and out in the sunny and cool weather of summer in Wyoming. We’ll be back!
This area is all about hiking, fishing, camping, biking, climbing, and sightseeing -- with a respectable level of cultural attractions (theatre, galleries, etc.) just 6 miles away, in Jackson.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Jun 1 2015 - Sep 30 2015
5 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$300|
|Notes||50% advance by check|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.