The Bentwood Inn is centrally located to everything you will want to do on your Jackson Hole Vacation.
The inn is six miles from the world famous Jackson Hole Ski area at Teton Village and the south entrance to Grand Teton National Park. It is six miles from the town of Jackson. It is a spectacularly scenic sixty-five mile drive through the National Elk Refuge and Grand Teton National Park to the south entrance to Yellowstone National Park.
The Bentwood Inn is constructed with massive 200 year old logs brought in from Yellowstone National Park. This architectural splendor touches the senses - grand, luxurious, relaxing, cozy - are just a few of the comments our guests have made. Whether you are looking at the massive three story high river rock fireplace or settling into one of the inn's cozy rooms with personal fireplaces & spa tubs to help you unwind, you too will feel your senses touched. This is the place you were looking for. This is the romance you have read about in novels.Rooms at Bentwood »
Jackson Hole offers an abundance of activities and excursions year-round. In the winter, guests can enjoy skiing at one of three ski areas, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Snow King Ski Resort and Grand Targhee Ski Resort. Guided snowmobiling is available in Yellowstone as well as other wilderness areas. There are a number of cross-country skiing tracks in the valley as well as open wilderness areas in and outside of the parks. Sled dog excursions and Elk Refuge sleigh rides are also very popularActivities at Bentwood »
About The Bentwood Inn
Enjoy the bed & breakfast ambiance or find a peaceful nook to read a book. You will not have the cacophony of a hotel lobby at Bentwood. Or take in nature watching birds & wild animals from the Inn's decks & balconies. Don't be surprised to see a herd of elk or a stray moose give you a friendly nod. Snow in the winter & a wild array of colorful flowers in the spring & summer. But best of all you will not want to miss the fall colors in Jackson Hole. It's spectacular!More About Bentwood »