The Bentwood Inn, built in 1995, was constructed using massive 200-year-old logs brought in from Yellowstone National Park after the great fire of 1988. There is approximately 9,000 square feet of luxurious space. The craftsmanship of this Jackson Hole B&B is remarkable throughout. The 4-acre property has large, expansive decks for relaxing and socializing in warm weather. The majestic old growth Cottonwoods and pines offer privacy and solitude year-round.
At the Bentwood Inn, we have the inside scoop on all the happenings in Jackson Hole and are enthusiastic about sharing this knowledge with our guests. We will help you plan and arrange outings and adventures, reserve the best dining and manage all the logistics in between.
We provide expert insight into the unique activities that make Jackson Hole a top international travel destination. From wildlife safaris, fly fishing, horseback riding, mountain biking and white-water rafting to ski and snowboard excursions including transportation and equipment rental, the innkeepers at our B&B help make your dream vacation to Jackson Hole a reality.
Bentwood Inn is committed to operating in a sustainable manner. We are actively working to measure and reduce our environmental impact in every area of operation, including: water, energy, solid waste, landscaping and food preparation among others.
You will find a list of our current initiatives below. The list is in no way final and will be a work in progress for a long time as we discover, learn about and implement new approaches to conserving resources and enhancing our guest experience in the valley.