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 tranquility found. A large armoire and antique […]Learn More
A JACKSON HOLE BED & BREAKFAST
Bentwood Inn is centrally located to everything you will want to do while visiting one of Wyoming’s top cities. This Jackson Hole Inn is located only five miles from the world famous Teton Village Ski Area, the south entrance to Grand Teton National Park, and the downtown area. Also enjoy the scenic benefits of this Grand Teton National Park lodging option with the beautiful sixty-five mile drive through both Grand Teton National Park and National Elk Refuge to the south entrance to Yellowstone National Park. While staying at one of Wyoming’s best bed and breakfasts, you’ll find that Jackson Hole is completely accessible due to Bentwood’s convenient location. Recognized as one of the top Jackson Hole lodging options available, Bentwood is the ideal vacation destination for all types of travelers.
After a long day in the saddle, a wild ride down the river or the perfect powder day on the slopes, come home to western hospitality. Kick off your boots and pony up for a relaxing ride to Nod. This king room on the main floor offers a private entrance, fireplace, cozy window seat and […]Learn More
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 cozy place to sit by the fire with an octagon […]Learn More
This inviting second floor king room says, “Welcome to your cabin in the woods”. Nestle in to this cozy corner of the inn with a wooded view and small east facing balcony for a first peek at the day. Snow shoes, a fishing creel, and painted writing desk sporting a local cutthroat trout adorn this […]Learn More
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 […]Learn More