"We just arrived home from spending a week in Jackson, in this wonderful, charming 1930's cabin. Part of me wants to keep this place a secret, as we enjoyed it so much. But that wouldn't be fair to others nor the owners :-) Didi, Brot & family were wonderful hosts. They made sure we had everything we needed, and offered suggestions on hiking, restaurants and things to see. We love to get up early to enjoy a wholesome and leisurely breakfast in the rustic main room of the cabin, or on the deck. We also looked forward to returning to our cabin each evening where we would grill fish and steak on the deck, or use the awesome antique stove in the kitchen. The kitchen is fully stocked, you will want for nothing. The deck out back is so serene. The location is the best part. We chose to stay in Jackson which had easy access to the Tetons, Yellowstone and Idaho. It made for the perfect 'base'. Everything is only minutes away for groceries (local country store) and restaurants. We hated to leave...in fact we were having such a good time that we lost track of what day it was and almost missed our flight! If it wasn't for a well orchestrated plan, concern and generosity of our hosts, we would have. One last thing, there's wildlife to see around the cabin as well. One night we were awakened by a loud clatter outside our bedroom window. We jumped up to investigate to see a silhouette of a moose calmly walking by in the moonlight. We also saw a moose in the nearby lake early one morning :-)"
Guest: Shari D.
Date of Stay: August 2015
Review Submitted: September 5, 2015