4.2 on September 10, 2015
I had a lovely in the most expensive room they had to offer--- with a hot tub outside & a jetted tub inside. Julie was very warm & when my husband left his wallet even had her daughter take it to work with her so it was much closer for us to pick up (saving us at least an hour). I was a little disappointed the plug for the jetted tub wasn't working---especially since it was the main reason we picked that room; but my husband just shoved a washcloth in the cracks & that worked fine thankfully. I was also a little put off that they only wanted us to lift half the cover on the Jacuzzi--- it is rather windy out there so I guess I can understand--- but I wasn't really interested in my husband and I being in the Jacuzzi with half the lid down. I was also expecting to be able to see more of the Tetons--- which I guess we could see but not Grand Teton. However the room was very clean, cozy & we were greeted by freshly baked cookies (very yummy). The bed was VERY cozy. It was also nice that the owners didn't hover--- something I'm not a big fan of when on a getaway with my husband. Overall I had a wonderful stay--- it would just be nice if everything was completely ready & open for use-- (no problems or stipulations).
I had no idea that you were disappointed in our B&B. We strive to make our guests as happy as possible. It isn't that you can only lift half the hot tub cover, it is simply a suggestion that it doesn't have to to be completely opened. Our guests welcome the idea, our goal being to encourage people to use the hot tub and that the half open method provides increased privacy and ease of use. Most guests don't want to trouble with the whole big cover. As far as the most expensive room, all of our rooms are priced with the knowledge that we are a working farm. We don't claim to be opulent. We welcome people into our humble world, do our very best to provide a real and genuine experience. We are not for everyone, but for those traveling who want to taste a bit of country Teton County, and be a bit pampered by people who care.
5 on May 24, 2015
Everything was perfect for us at Morley Acres. Julie was so personable and yet gave us our space. The Serenity room exceeded our expectations being spacious and comfortable. Waking up with a view of the mountains every morning was an extra bonus! Breakfasts were delicious and just enough food too fuel us for the day's adventure. I was thrilled to find out Julie was an author & I was able to purchase her book. Plenty to do on the West side of the Teton's so we didn't need to make the trip to Jackson Hole everyday.
5 on July 31, 2014
We stayed at Morley's Acres Farm and Bed & Breakfast in the Serenity room last month in July 2014. It met all our expectations - we really enjoyed our stay and would return when we're up in that area again. We visited Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Tetons...good location for our stay. The owners were very gracious and friendly. The breakfast was wonderful! Doug & Becky
5 on August 31, 2013
Not only was Morley's Acres the standout accommodation on our month long western trip but our dog was in heaven and reluctant to leave his pal, Chief! We stayed in the Garden Cottage surrounded by flowers and next to the flourishing vegetable garden. All the comforts of home including fresh flowers,lovely linens and fluffy towels. The breakfasts were delicious and attractively served, no need for lunch! They featured eggs and vegetables from their farm and locally produced meats. The conversations with other guests were lively and interesting. The gracious and delightful hosts, Julie and Tim, were fun, full of great stories and helpful information. The location is perfect for the Tetons and not far from Jackson Hole. If it were closer to SC we'd be back often! Highly recommended. JW
5 on July 17, 2013
Morley's Acres is across the pass from Jackson Hole and the drive is beautiful. We stayed 6 nights and just loved it. We stayed in Serenity, which has a private entrance with a deck, a hot tub and a great view of the pond, lush green pastures and mountains in the distance. Breakfast included dishes with fresh eggs, bacon, sausage, vegetables from the garden, home baked breads, assorted fruit - something to look forward to every morning. The best part was Julie & Tim who were wonderful inn keepers. We miss you!!! Pat & Cheryl from Texas
5 on July 14, 2013
Julie and Tim make you feel like you belong. Julie is a marvelous cook and our breakfasts were amazing. Got a tour of the chickens and gardens from Tim. Chief and Zepher ( the dogs) were great. Will go back soon! Great value, wonderful pampering! Fantastic people and experience
4.2 on June 30, 2013
Our recent stay at Morley's Acres while visiting Grand Teton National Park was one of the highlights of our trip. We were staying in the garden cottage which is a nice little place. Julie and Tim are wonderful hosts. I would highly recommend Morleys' Acres and farms.
5 on May 27, 2013
It was exactly what we needed for a long weekend escape. It was a very quiet and private farm at the base of the Tetons, on the Idaho side. It is about a half hour from all the beauty that Jackson Hole has to offer, including Grand Tetons National Park. We chose to do the couple hour loop to include the sights of Yellowstone National Park, and the farm served as the ideal resting spot, halfway between Driggs and Victor, after much sight seeing. The owner, Julie Morley, is warm, hospitable, helpful, accommodating, welcoming, personable, charismatic, engaging, thoughtful, and truly treats you as her guests. The breakfast was the best part: fresh fruits, homemade breads (and she even offered us zip lock bags to take a slice for the road, how sweet!), omelets, etc. She sincerely leaves a personal touch on it all, with charm and character. Since the farm hosts 2-3 couples at a time solely, make sure to book with plenty of time in advance. The experience of staying on this peaceful farm made us lean toward future stays at quaint B & B's, over hotel bookings.
5 on April 02, 2013
My stay at Morley's Acres was one that I will fondly remember for many years. I chose it as a unique place to stay, centrally located to both Jackson Hole and Grand Targhee. Though I came to ski, little did I know that I would enjoy my time on the farm as much as I did on the slopes. After 3 nights I was sad to leave. Julie is a gregarious, warm, and easy-going host (I'm sure Tim is as well but he was out of town). We had wonderful conversations over delicious breakfasts every morning. Each afternoon, drained from a day of skiing or snowboarding, I was greeted with fresh-baked cookies. As far as amenities, the B&B was very comfortable, clean, and peaceful. I loved being on a farm and waking up to chickens, horses, an amazing smelling breakfast, warm smile, Chief's wag (super friendly chocolate lab), and breathtaking views of the mountains. I hope to go back someday. Thank you for a wonderful memory.
5 on April 01, 2013
We had an awesome stay with Julie and Tim. Julie is an awesome cook and the breakfast was amazing! I would highly recommend Morley's Acres Farm Bed and Breakfast to travelers wanting a unique and fun experience.