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The location couldn't be better! The cabin is surrounded by Quakie trees, yet the roads leading to it are paved. The neighbors are relatively close, but the trees help obfuscate that fact. There's enough room to park 7 vehicles -- maybe more if your really squeeze in there. The mosquitoes were really bad (probably due to all the rain we had in the mountain-west this last May).
The cabin is huge!
On the basement level (really ground level) there is a huge sectional with a hideaway bed in the family room, a laundry room, a bathroom, and a garage with a ping-pong table.
Cabin Middle Level:
On the middle level is another large family/dining room attached to the kitchen. Plenty of seating between the chairs, couch, loveseat, and dining table chairs. There are two bedrooms and one bathroom on the middle level as well. The middle level bathroom had a note on it when we arrived that it was not flushing well. Hopefully they get that fixed soon. The bedrooms were plenty spacious for a few days vacation.
The kitchen had a fridge, dishwasher, double sink, and a microwave if I remember correctly. It's not the largest kitchen but it worked fine for our family.
The middle level also has 3 doors which lead to the massive wrap-around deck outside. The deck would have been far more enjoyable if not for the mosquitoes this year. The deck has a usable grill, chairs, and a picnic table.
Cabin Top Level:
The top level contains the "Master" bedroom which is also huge and has its own flatscreen TV, spacious closets, its own private half bath, and a small private deck which was really cool.
There's one other fairly large bedroom on the top level which would be great for a family with young kids who need to sleep with them. There's a shared full bathroom on the top level, and across the hall from the bathroom is a small nook for someone to sleep on a twin bed. The nook looks tiny in the pictures, but it has a real twin sized bed in it and you could probably fit another twin mattress or air-mattress on the floor next to it.
There was no air conditioning and we were there end of June and it was HOT. Luckily it had plenty of fans furnished which made sleeping tolerable for everyone. There was plenty of room between the two family rooms to put down some air-mattresses and let the teens and tweens sleep out there and have their late night talking fests without bothering the rest of us.
Would highly recommend!!!"
Guest: Paul C.Date of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: July 9, 2015
"Overall this condo has been an excellent stay for us! We slept 4 adults and one baby just fine, and the extra space was very welcome over a traditional hotel. It's conveniently located in the Teton Village, which was close to lots of restaurants as well as the Grand Teton National Park.
The condo is on the ground floor, and you park within 30 feet of the front door. No need to carry luggage through hotels or elevators, so this was very nice.
The accommodations were better than pictured! The kitchen was very nice to have and came well equipped to prepare your own meals, which we took advantage of.
The owners were very communicative and on top of things, I felt like all my questions were answered before I ever had to ask them.
I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again, unless you want a more luxury experience. While nothing was bad, the condo is a tad dated compared to a modern hotel. The wifi was on the slow side, but adequate enough for general browsing. But the benefits of size, number of beds, location and having a full kitchen far outweighed the minimal comforts a modern hotel would add. Highly recommended!"
Guest: Spencer B.Date of Stay: August 2014Review Submitted: August 29, 2014
"My wife and I were exploring Wyoming, and South Dakota, by motorcycle for our honeymoon trip. We chose this house for our stay in Thermopolis. It was an excellent choice. The living room was good size as was the bedroom. The kitchen was small as well as the bathroom but that didn't matter, the house was better than a hotel room and we were able to rest and relax there with a we are home feeling to the place. We were within walking distance of stores and restaurants, and a short ride from the hot springs, dinosaur museum, dairy land ice cream, and roaming buffalo. The house was clean and neat.
Being on a motorcycle I appreciated the covered carport but the parking surface was gravel which isn't the best for a motorcycle but we made it work. Loved all the plants and flowers in the front yard too. I would stay there again."
Guest: Arbee 21Date of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: June 19, 2015
"The condo was very nice. All of the furnishings were conformable and upscale. We enjoyed our stay. The only issue we had was the clothes dryer. It needs a professional to look into what is going on, not just the Hotel's staff. It took hours to get the few clothes that I washed, dried. Thanks Jim for the information you gave me on the area!!! It was a wonderful family trip."
Guest: MarthaDate of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 27, 2015