This is a one bedroom, one bath cabin that has a kitchen and a queen sleeper sofa. The view from the back door is the gorgeous Grand Tetons. It is cozy and comfortable. The bedroom has two twin beds. Why stay in a hotel when you can be close to nature and have a full kitchen (and a grill outside!) to use. About 50 minutes north of Jackson, 20 minutes from Grand Teton Park and an hour south of Yellowstone, it is the perfect location to enjoy a variety of activities!
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- Response time:
- within a few days
- Calendar last updated:
- Jun 24, 2018
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Comfortable, cute, and great location.
The cabin was comfortable and quite nice. The location was nice in and of itself in a beautiful valley. We rented as a base to explore Teton and Yellowstone Parks and the cabin was great for that. The drive was lovely and convenient. I recommend this cabin as a good value!
Great!! Clean & quiet. Close to Togwatee Lodge & Buffalo Valley Cafe for meals, Dubois for shopping & of course GTNP & Yellowstone NP. View of the Tetons. Love the woodstove.
Nice cabin. A few quirks. Easy access to Tetons and hiking. Very helpful property manager James
Would say somewhere between I love it and not really needs to be an option
Nice place ... Great value
Accept for a few minor things that I shared with the owner / manager, this place really "foot the bill" (regarding what we needed and what we expected). The cabin is less than a mile away from public land, fishing and campground / fire pit right on the Buffalo Fork of the Snake River (Turpin Meadows). We could cook our own meals, were provided with linens, pots / pans / plates / utensils ... the kitchen / living room had a pull out sofa, dining table, fridge, microwave, coffee pot, wood burning stove and electric stove ... the bedroom had two twins and plenty of room to put up clothes and kit bags. We grilled steaks on the back patio one night.
The national forest just down the road (towards the campground) had PLENTY of downed / dry firewood for the collecting. If you did not want to cook in the kitchen, on the grill or over the fire pit, one lodge / restaurant was a mile upstream and another was 3 - 4 miles downstream.
The evening hatch was awesome (though tough fishing in the morning and afternoon). As soon as the sun set the mayflies were emerging and the caddis were coming back to lay their eggs. The Whitefish (and few Cutthroat) tore up any grey emerger or Adams or Mosquito pattern.
The satellite TV was a nice distraction in the morning to catch the news and in the evening to watch a show or a movie.
felt very at home
Our cabin was well stocked with everything needed. Everything worked. The kitchen was great. The location allowed us to move around from park to park very quickly. I highly recommend Paige's place.
We had a wonderful stay at the house. The house was equipped with everything a family needed. The one thing we loved the most is, house being tucked into a little wilderness, but still with everything you needed and is still close to parks. Oh ya, with a nice view of mountains. Paige and John was exceptional in taking care of us. They visited us during our stay to make sure we are doing well. I had my Grand Teton Pale Ale looking at the mountains and grilling some good steaks. One of the best stay as part of the 17 day vacation.
I would recommend this place to anyone. Moran is a little town, but these are the places you would really need, when you would like to go into that de-compression mode.