Alpine House Lodge and Cottages
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
At a Glance
A simple, no frills hotel providing a great base in which to explore Yellowstone and Grand Teton
Unique style accommodation for the area, reminiscent of a chalet in the Alps
Self-catered cottages allow for a more independent stay
Outside terrace and garden area provides a wonderful place to relax in the afternoon
Make sure you enjoy one of their complimentary homemade cookies in the afternoon as you while away the day in the beautiful garden.Scott Dunn team
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Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Alpine House Lodge and Cottages or take a look at our itineraries to The Rockies
Alpine House Lodge is located only a stone's throw from historic Jackson Square and provides a relaxing stay in unique accommodation for the area. The decor, European in style, has a mountain retreat feel running throughout using old timber beams and rustic tiled floors.
With only 22 guest rooms, this boutique hotel is perfect for couples and families looking for quiet surrounds and a great base to explore the nearby Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. The rooms, a combination of Suites and King and Queen guestrooms, are simple, with most featuring fireplaces and some offering small balconies.
Alpine House also offers a selection of cottages tucked away down by the river. These would provide a great option for families who are looking for a self-catered option in the area at great value. A BBQ deck joins two of the cottages which would suit larger families looking for additional outside space to sit and enjoy the tranquillity.
The hotel benefits from its very own garden, a haven in the summer, and the perfect place to enjoy the complimentary continental breakfast each morning. There is a library on site and complimentary bikes are also on hand for those wanting to explore the area.
For guests requiring a little relaxation, there is a small Finnish sauna, as well as the option to organize a massage therapist to restore your aching muscles after a days hike.
Alpine house has 22 guest rooms and 5 creek-side cottages. Rooms range from a King or two Queen Beds, as well as rooms with extra loft space and kitchenettes. The Grand King rooms are the most spacious and come with a fireplace.
These idyllic cottages come in a choice of either a studio set up or a two bedroom design. Being slightly more secluded and intimate, these cottages are fantastic for families or couples on a romantic break. Located just on the bank of the Flat Creek, the bubbling water creates a calm ambience and soothing atmosphere. Fitted with modern amenities you can really make yourself at home and enjoy more extended stays in The Rockies.
This two bedroom suite has a great sitting room with the possibility of a pull-out queen sofa bed. The bedroom has a king sized bed which is very comfortable and allows for a dreamy sleep after a long day.
If you would like to cook for yourself and be slightly removed from other guests then this suite is perfect. There is a furnished kitchen, a patio in order to enjoy the dramatic landscape and king room. Also available is another double sofa bed; making this the ideal location for families.
Sleeping 4 this room is great for a group, the fireplace is soothing and warming in the colder winter months.
The bed is irresistible, with fantastic downs and comfy linen as well as a stunning views of the local landscape. There is a vast bath tub perfect for those who are weary after the day's activities and need a good soak.
With French doors you can make the most of the fresh air and natural light. This room can sleep 2 in a queen bed.
Located on the ground floor and very close to the aromatic garden this room can sleep 2 in a king sized bed.
A striking feature of this room is that there is a balcony in which to enjoy the views of The Rockies and majestic landscape.
|Queen with Loft||
Sleeping 4 this room is ideal for families, though not too young children as there is a ladder to get up to the second bed. Private bathroom and balcony is standard with these rooms.
|King with Loft||
Akin to the Queen Loft this King Loft has a steep ladder to get to the other sleeping area so make sure you are able to climb a ladder.
Location & Directions
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
In the middle of the Teton mountain range in north west Wyoming, Jackson Hole is remote but it’s surprisingly easy to access. Travelers from Europe can reach Jackson with only one plane change.
When to go
Jackson Hole has five distinct seasons: summer (usually June to August), fall (September through October), off-season (November), winter (December through March) and off-season (April and May). In the summer and fall, downtown Jackson Hole is bustling, and it’s easy to drive the 20 minutes to Grand Teton National Park or Teton Village. Each September, Jackson hosts a two-week Fall Arts Festival. It's a great time to stay at The Rusty Parrot. The Jackson Hole hotel has a great energy those two weeks. In the winter, the entire valley quiets down a bit. While some skiers prefer to stay 15 minutes away in Teton Village, others like staying in Jackson and driving out to Teton Village to ski. Rusty Parrot has a private, complimentary ski shuttle. Another reason to stay in Jackson Hole is the choice of restaurants, bars and shops is bigger in Jackson than in Teton Village.