The Lone Elk Lodge is located in Victor, Idaho just five miles beyond the Teton Pass. Nestled between the charming towns of Victor & Driggs and less than 2 hours from Yellowstone National Park, The Lone Elk Lodge offers you the perfect place to rest your head after a day in the West. Activities in the area include golfing, skiing at Grand Targhee or Jackson Hole, fishing, wooden boat float trips on the Snake River, hunting, horseback riding, hiking, dining, and shopping. Come and enjoy an unforgettable vacation on the quiet side of the Teton Mountains.
185-200/night - Weekly rates available This suite for two features a King size bed, a private porch overlooking the Teton Reserve golf course, a private bath with steam shower &jetted tub, gas fireplace, and wireless internet.
100-130/night for 2 ppl + 50-65/add.person - Weekly rates available This Two Room suite sleeps up to four. It features a Queen size bed &two Twin beds. The two rooms share one bathroom.
100-130/night for 2 ppl + 50-65/add.person - Weekly rates available This Two Room suite sleeps up to six. It features two Queen size beds &two Bunk beds. The two rooms share one bathroom.
4.8 on March 24, 2014
John & Diane, Huntington Beach, CA. We stayed for 3 nights in March at this incredible lodge in Victor. We stayed in the Teton Pass room .... beautiful room with fireplace, steam shower, jacuzzi tub and huge walk in closet. Our hosts were awesome! Barbara made us feel right at home from the moment of our arrival. They were so accommodating and she and Steve were available for any questions we had. The breakfasts are a plus! My husband and I absolutely love the Teton Valley ... it is "close" to both Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. There is plenty to do in the Valley and Barbara is so knowledgeable and gave us great recommendations for activities. We will be returning in the Fall for a family vacation. Barbara is so easy and delightful to work with. We felt like we were visiting "old friends". Can't wait to go back!
5 on September 29, 2013
We spent three nights at the Lone Elk Lodge in mid September while exploring Grand Teton National Park and the Teton valley. We had the upstairs bedroom which was spacious and very comfortable. The home is beautiful, clean and tastefully decorated in a western theme. We had everything we needed and more. Barb made a great breakfast each morning. The selection was excellent which included pancakes, quiche, oatmeal, bagels, toast, bacon, eggs, fresh fruit and assorted beverages. Barb has a good knowledge of the area and can easily recommend things to do and places to eat. We really enjoyed our stay and would definitely return next time we are in the area.
5 on January 01, 2013
We stumbled upon this B&B for a road trip from CO to MT this past summer. We love the Teton area and wanted to stay over night in a B&B nearby and found Lone Elk Lodge on this site. From the minute we arrived to our departure, we felt like our time at Lone Elk was like staying at an extended family member's cozy mountain home. The inn keepers where very accommodating (we were traveling with a 8 month old), informative, and truly wanted to exceed our expectations. We would hands down recommend this Lodge! We are planning on making it part of our road trip tradition to MT from CO.
4.8 on December 02, 2012
Comfort and the goodwill of the innkeepers made our stay memorable. A beautiful setting looking on the Teton Range, this log structured facility sets the mood of experiencing the West. Access to mountain climbing, hiking, and mountain bike. We attended our son’s wedding in July. Family members stayed at the lodge. All of us agreed that staying at the Lodge helped us to catch up on years gone by. We all highly recommend is wonderful Lodge.
5 on September 29, 2012
Barbara made us very welcome in this lovely lodge. As we were the only guests staying that night we had the choice of all the rooms. Having booked the Pierre's Hole suite, we changed to rooms upstairs, as these were lighter. The Pierre's Holes suite is in the basement, so darker, but cooler if the weather is very hot. Excellent facities, lovely views and food. The only thing we missed was the company of our hosts in the evening as they do not live in the lodge. Part of the fun of staying in B&Bs is getting to know the locals. However, we had time to chat over breakfast. The drive time from the Grand Tetons was only a couple of hours so we were able to spend half the day in Yellowstone before driving to Victor.
Golf Course, Mountains, Ranch, Village
Idaho Falls, ID (IDA-Fanning Field) 45 miles
Jackson Hole, Wy is another option....Follow signs to Teton Pass into Idaho. 2.5 miles North of Victor. app. 1 hr from airport.
Victor, ID, Wooden Boat Tours, Grand Teton Nat'l Park, Grand Targhee, Jackson, WY, Yellowstone
Fax Machine, Fireplace, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Washer/dryer, Wi-Fi , Theater Room w/ Surround Sound, Sun Room, Luxury mattresses and fine sheets, Golf Club/Ski Storage
Steve & Barb Gottschling
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian