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Jackson Hole, Wyoming might be the complete description of the term “cozy”. Dramatic peaks, gentle snowfall, local eateries and log structures come together to make an incredibly magical destination and one of the most beautiful mountain towns in the U.S. Whether staying in downtown Jackson where there’s a winter skating rink, adorable shops in the square and Snow King Mountain, a few minutes down the road in Teton Village, you’ll find no shortage of charming little places to stay. These are the coziest Airbnbs in Jackson Hole.
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Equipped with three bedrooms, this townhome is ready to host the entire family for a winter wonderland vacation. Intricate cabinetry and granite countertops will likely be the gathering point for everyone, where all can enjoy coffee from a local roaster or a meal full of local ingredients from the markets in town. You don’t need a car to access some great hikes, or the National Elk Refuge, which is within sight. Seeing wintering elk in the fields is a majestic experience.
Also known as ”The Baitshop Cabin”, the bungalow is a minute or two walking distance from actual downtown Jackson Hole, where you’ll find town square, the famed cowboy bar and unique shops. Snow King Mountain is the most proximal ski resort and is truly down to earth, while Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is only a short drive away, at Teton Village. Full glass doors let in light from the generously sized patio, where there’s space to dine or grill when the weather is right. Six guests could easily split the price tag.
Homey but swanky, guests get to take in views of downtown Jackson from a large deck, complete with a steaming hot tub. The Pearl at Jackson is a newer establishment that still holds true to the town’s pleasantly gritty style. Two bedrooms and two sparkling baths are spread throughout the naturally lit nook with straight-on views of Snow King Mountain.
You don’t need much to feel snug as a bug in Jackson Hole, and this precious studio cabin, simply furnished with a queen bed, kitchenette and seating area, is the perfect place to watch the snowfall. A log structure with gentle flakes piling up on the edges—magic. The best part is, it won’t break your bank.
Another adorable log cabin at the quaint Elk Country Inn is the epitome of the area’s historic structures—guests can even explore old photos from a bygone era hanging on the walls. This particular dwelling has two queen beds and sleeping quarters in the living space, so it’s great for families. Enjoy the hospitality of treats and a continental breakfast at the inn.
Veering a bit from the golden wood structures typical to the town, this airy, contemporary cabin may look traditional on the outside, but inside houses a harmonious blend of light tones and modern fixtures. With the ability to accommodate eight guests, many memorable nights are to be made on the back patio or in the kitchen. Walk to downtown, or visit the exciting slopes of Snow King Mountain—kids and adults will also love the alpine coaster and snow tubing.
High ceilings, updated paneling, stunning stonework and an overall open feel have made this “hideaway” in Teton village a high end yet welcoming escape for snow bunnies. Teton Village is the place to stay when wanting to experience Jackson Hole’s big-time ski spot, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Even if you don’t ski, ride the big red tram up the mountain for views and waffles, at the cutest little shack.
Cute as a button and with generous room for four guests, one can just imagine sipping hot cocoa by that stone fireplace. The home is much bigger than it looks, coming in at about 2000 square feet. Outside you’ll find a scenic deck, with a private hot tub for majestic nights under the stars. Keeping it consistent with other log structures, this one too has a polished aesthetic.