The Bunkhouse Room
This charming second floor queen suite harkens to the days of yesteryear. A beautiful Scandinavian Inglenook bed is tucked between the inn’s massive log walls with a window to peer out at the mountain peaks. A quaint living room decorated with English antiques provides a cosy place to sit by the fire with an octagon window notched into the logs above. Access to the third story loft by a lodge pole ladder provides extra sleeping space ideal for families. With twin beds and a skylight perfect for star gazing, you can make a wish and kiss them good night. The bathroom has room for all with a large tiled shower and separate jetted tub. A balcony shaded by willows and cottonwoods provides the perfect venue for that summer read.
The Cabin Room
This inviting second floor room features a king-size bed, two upholstered chairs by the fireside and a private bathroom with a jetted-tub and a shower. This cosy corner of the inn has a wooded view and a small east facing balcony for a first peek of the day.
The Cowboy Room
This room contains a king-size bed and is located on the main floor with a private entrance, fireplace, cosy window seat and reading chair. The gracious private bath completes the cowboy motif with colourful plaid tattersall tiled walk-in shower reminiscent of a typical cowboy shirt. Fluffy down comforters dressed up in their cowboy best adorn the luxury linens that await your perfect night of slumber. The Cowboy Room is handicapped accessible and can be converted to twin beds on request.
The Indian Paintbrush Room
Sunsets fill the room of this second floor king providing a filtered view of the Tetons to the west. Hand painted Native American ceremonial pipes adorn the doorways, and the writing desk is cleverly draped in a blanket and moccasins. An upholstered chair and reading lamp in front of the fireplace create a cozy corner to curl. Invite your spirit guides into your dreams with a sumptuous down comforter wrapped in a rich patterned duvet that rolls back to display a velvety soft blanket and luxury linens. The ceramic tiled bathroom with jetted tub and shower has a lovely lookout into the cottonwood grove and garden below. And finally, the balcony seats two for the alpine glow at day’s end.
The Wildflower Room
This first floor king delights with whimsy and charm in a country garden motif that says romance. The bed sits high and opposite the fireplace and comfy reading chair. All decked out in pastel plaids with floral accents, this room with a private deck and garden access is tranquillity found. The cosy window seat and bay window invite you to peer into the willows. Pull back the puffy down duvet and slip into luxury linens as you doze off to dreamland and awaken to another great day in the mountains. The bathroom completes the theme with English wallpaper and tailored tiles with a jetted tub and shower.
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