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Which Are The Best Luxury Vacation Rentals in Jackson Hole, Wyoming?

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Which Are The Best Luxury Vacation Rentals in Jackson Hole, Wyoming?

With its prime location next to the Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park, Jackson Hole beckons nature enthusiasts. No wonder it’s been dubbed an adventurer’s amusement park. From winter skiing to summer rafting.

In the northwest corner of the valley is the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort – a world-class skiing destination and among the town’s biggest tourist draws. In winter, visitors can take advantage of the 2,500 acres of ski runs; in the warmer months, the resort is open for hiking, mountain biking, paragliding, rope-course adventures and tram or gondola rides with panoramic views. The Jackson Hole valley is teeming with wildlife, and its most prominent resident is the elk. The National Elk Refuge is a giant, non-enclosed piece of land preserved for the animals. As winter approaches, thousands of elk make their way to the refuge where they feed on alfalfa pellets, put there by the staff. Here, they await the return of spring until conditions for foraging improve. Observe them from your car, or you can opt for a guided sleigh tour through the snow.

Blue Bell Cabin - Wilson, Wyoming

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Located in Indian Paintbrush, Bluebell Cabin matches the standard of luxury accommodation with a Western sensibility unique to Jackson Hole. This home's forested location gives its guests an escape into a mountain wonderland and lets them live their log cabin dreams to the fullest. The log walls and vaulted ceilings immerse Bluebell Cabin's guests into the calm of nature. The spiral staircase in the center of the home brings its three levels together and lets friends and family spread out into the home's four bedrooms. Simply put, Bluebell Cabin is an exquisite home for your Jackson Hole vacation.

Once inside, the downstairs living area provides a taste of the Bluebell Cabin's fullest offerings. Plush sofas, a wood-burning stove, and a flat-screen television make this area the perfect place for movie night. One guest bedroom features a queen size bed and an en suite bathroom. A detached, full bathroom serves the second guest bedroom furnished with a queen size bed, this property is up for 8 guests with a starting price of 5,005 dollars per week, more information at

Bellevue Lodge- Wilson, Wyoming

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At the end of a long, quiet, private road where wildlife abounds, and mountain views extend in every direction, sits Bellevue Lodge, an expansive and exclusive retreat for guests to enjoy unmatched privacy and luxury in Jackson Hole. Accessed through a private gate in one of Jackson Hole's most desirable neighborhoods, Bellevue Lodge boasts ten and a half acres of pristine Wyoming landscape including manicured lawns, natural woods, large ponds, and huge Teton views!

Across the hall, a bunk room with en suite bath includes two bunks, each with queen beds on the bottom and twin beds on top.Further down the hall, a large wing of the home includes three additional bedrooms – the master and two guest bedrooms, all with en suite baths. The huge master bedroom includes a king bed, television, and private balcony overlooking the property below. Moose, elk, geese, swans, and foxes all frequent the grounds of Bellevue Lodge. The sybaritic master bathroom houses dual vanities, a makeup counter, a jetted tub, standing shower, towel warmers, and a sizable walk-in closet. Down the hall the final two guest bedrooms await, one with two twin beds and one with a queen bed. Both include en suite baths. This property is up for 14 guests, starting price 20,125 dollars per week, more information at

Elk Refuge House - Jackson, Wyoming

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Three miles outside of Jackson, on a winding country road, a ranch gate marked by two bugling elk heralds a very special property: Elk Refuge House, a jewel among Jackson Hole luxury vacation rentals. Set, as its name implies, on the very grounds of the National Elk Refuge, it is a big, open house, built all on one level, in the simple, pared down style of National Park buildings, trim painted in classic camp-green. The property’s spreading private acreage is surrounded by a buck rail fence. Great herds of elk cross the wide grasslands on the other side; fox, coyotes, deer and eagles are abundant.

Guest bedroom one has a queen-size log bed, a door to the front deck and a bathroom shared with the media room. The Junior Master has a king bed, a small TV, and a private full bath. Guest bedrooms two and three are charming, carpeted rooms, perfect for children, teens or anyone, really. Views from the windows frame the foothills of the Gros Ventre Range. Bedroom three has two twin beds standing side-by-side. It shares a bathroom with bedroom two, which can be a private room for one, or, with the trundle bed pulled out, can sleep two. Finally, bedroom four, also carpeted, has a queen bed and windows on two sides. This property is up for 11 guests, starting price 14,560 dollars per week, more information at

Heartwood Lodge - Jackson, Wyoming

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Sitting atop its Granite Ridge, this hillside mountain home is nestled right in the heart of Wyoming’s best ski area. With true ski-in/ski-out access, six en-suite bedrooms, and accommodations for eighteen, Heartwood Lodge is perfect for a large family vacation, ski trip with friends, or an exciting corporate retreat. And, there are several picturesque golf courses in the areas as well, so no matter what the season, Teton Village is ready for adventure.

Heartwood Lodge is exactly what you’re hoping for in a luxury ski-vacation rental. Lots of beautiful stonework, vaulted wood ceilings and rich wood floors, granite countertops in the kitchen, and plush designer furniture set an elegant tone while alluding to the rustic nature of a traditional ski lodge.  You can find this property on starting with a price of 8,000 dollars per night.

Horsethief Canyon Lodge - Jackson, Wyoming

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Just minutes away from Jackson's Historic Town Square sits Horsethief Canyon Lodge, a showpiece of luxury vacation rentals in Jackson Hole. This four-bedroom home with six full baths and two half baths sits perched on a hillside overlooking Jackson Hole's Polo Ranches and Wyoming’s iconic mountain ranges.

A covered porch along the front of the house invites visitors to relax in comfortable Adirondack chairs. Wildlife is seen wandering across the home's six private acres every season of the year. Inside, the foyer opens high overhead to a two-story great room with a loft. Two soft sofas and two chairs with ottomans front a large stone hearth with a wood-burning fireplace. A four-paneled, folding door opens the room to the large deck outside, creating a seamless transition between indoors and out. An outdoor dining table, bench, and rocking chairs are the perfect venue for dinner or a glass of wine on Jackson's long summer days. Back inside, a large kitchen with a gas range, top-of-the-line appliances, and every tool a cook could need, is the dream of any chef. The master bedroom, complete with a king-size bed, en suite bath, and walk-in closet, shares the home's main level. A stone hearth with a gas fireplace anchor one end of the bedroom. The stately master bathroom features a dual vanity, jetted tub, and steam shower. This property is up for 8 guests, starting price 18,501 dollars per week, more information at

Antelope Trails Ranch - Jackson, Wyoming

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Creeks trickle past and aspen leaves flutter outside this lodge-style property spread out over 3 houses and 67 acres. Wood-paneled rooms with stone fireplaces are a cozy contrast to the rugged Tetons viewed through floor-to-ceiling windows. Nearly 1,000 feet of riverfront and 10 miles of hiking, ATV, or snowmobile trails make this your own private piece of the West—all just outside Jackson. Listen to the creeks trickle past or spot deer visiting the manicured lawn from outdoor living areas with a hot tub, al-fresco dining for 18, a barbecue, and a firepit.

There are 6 bedrooms in the main house at this vacation rental and 2 in each of the 2 other houses; all have en-suite bathrooms. In the main house, there are 2 bedrooms with king beds, 2 bedrooms with queen beds, and 2 with a queen bed and trundle bed each, perfect for families on holiday with younger kids. Each of the other houses has one king bedroom and one queen bedroom. The ranch’s 920 feet of riverfront and 10 miles of trails mean you could spend your stay fishing, hiking, or riding on the property. This property is up for 16 guests, starting price 12,000 dollars per night, more information at

Chateau on the WestBank - Wilson, Wyoming

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From the winding driveway that dramatically arrives at Chateau on the Westbank’s front entrance, to the floor-to-ceiling windows that greet you as soon as you walk in, this 6,025-square foot home lives up to its name, assuming “cozy” and “chateau” are not mutually exclusive. The south end of the ground level is devoted to one of the chateau’s two master suites. (In addition to two master suites, this home has two guest suites.) This main level master has a large sitting area—armchairs and a couch—in front of a gas fireplace with a polished marble surround. The star of the master bathroom is the marble steam shower, complete with a built-in bench. There is also a jetted deep-soaking tub. This property is up for 8 guests, starting price 13,000 dollars per week, more information at

Canyon Land - Teton Village, Wyoming

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Canyon Land is a modernist marvel of stone, redwood and pine, a monumental Shooting Star property that sits beautifully in its spectacular part of the world. The L-shaped house and the accompanying cottage surround a large courtyard, creating a private, exterior space; a wide stone patio extends off the back of the house, facing the rolling rangeland and the snow-capped spine of the Teton Range.

The south wing of Canyon Land has three king-bedded guest rooms, each with its own charm and personality. The first is cheery, bright and colorful; two bedside tables with matching green glass lamps flank the bed. Ivory carpeting and pale walls ground the space; a door leads to a private balcony with a stellar view.

The second bedroom in the south wing is a warm and spacious room, with views in three directions. This room has a desk and a private bathroom with a walk-in shower as well. This property is up for 19 guests, starting price 26,546 dollars per week, more information at

Mountain Vista - Teton Village, Wyoming

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Mountain Vista welcomes guests with breathtaking views, comfortable appointments, and access to world-class amenities both in the world-class. Reclaimed barn wood timbers, rich stone accents, and tasteful decor make this luxurious home the perfect venue for any Jackson Hole vacation. Set against the dramatic backdrop of Rendezvous Mountain's 4,139-foot vertical rise, Mountain Vista is especially hospitable to anyone who aims to enjoy the year-round offerings of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Luxuries abound inside of this peerless home. High-end furnishings, modern stainless steel appliances, and a hot tub with unbeatable mountain views are the standard at Mountain Vista. A long hallway leads to the great room, where the warmth and crackle of a wood-burning fireplace invite guests to enjoy their morning cup of coffee before hitting the slopes. You can monitor the conditions on the slopes or listen to the rambling creek roll through the backyard from the wood deck outside the great room. The dining area comfortably seats ten, with room for three more at the kitchen counter. The modern and sophisticated kitchen will satisfy every desire of your home chef. This property is up for 12 guests, starting price 10,899 dollars per week, more information at

Grand View Hideout - Jackson, Wyoming

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Capture the entire length of the Teton Mountain Range while you warm-up by the fire at this snowy ski lodge in Jackson. Throw another log on the fire before you sit for a meal in the scenic dining area next to the farmhouse kitchen. Let scenic mountain views inspire you to start your day while sipping Espresso in the master’s cozy lounge. When everyone is up, prepare a hearty breakfast and enjoy it at the kitchen’s bar. If you’re not quite ready to hit the slopes, curl up on the plush living room sofa and stream a few episodes of your new favorite series on Smart TV. Then, make your way to Jackson Hole Ski Resort.

After a day on the mountain, Grand View’s hot tub and sauna are always a warm welcome home. If you’ve still got some energy to burn, swim a few laps in the indoor pool. In the warmer months, fire up the grill for a backyard barbecue and dine alfresco. This property is up for 14 guests, starting price 2,000 dollars per night, more information at


Adriana comes from Monterrey, Mexico, and has a 5-year degree of education in Product Design while also studying abroad in France. She has been working in different International Corporates in the Marketing, Communication, and Public Relations area. Luxury products and Fashion has always been topics... read more


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