This western lodge was built on an isolated hillside among the trees by the owner/innkeeper, Denny Becker, to offer a respite from the adventures and shopping available in the nearby parks of the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone and the tourist town of Jackson. After a gentle 95 stair "walk through the woods" guests arrive into a cool, clean and comfortable "home away from home." Delicious "healthy heart" breakfasts are served family style each morning so that Sally can share her most recently baked breads while Denny serves up his rotation of hot porridges and regales you with stories of Jackson Hole as he has known it for the past 46 years. Their original fresh fruit dishes and juice combinations will surprise and delight you! And best of all...before you leave for your day of adventure, wildlife viewing and/or gallery and shop perusing, Denny will steer you to the best match for you -- be it hikes, watersports, wildlife routes, art or shopping.
Our deluxe rooms feature either a 5 Star king or queen bed, a single or double window seat pushed out into the trees with a spectacular view of the valley below, private decks and bathrooms, antique furnishings, and snuggly robes. Wireless internet is available.
Nightly Rate: $270-$290
The Red Breasted Nuthatch is a light, bright multi-windowed room at the top of our Inn featuring vaulted ceilings and a window seat with spectacular views out across the valley to the mountains beyond. It is furnished with an antique dresser and rocking chair, and includes both a private bathroom and deck. Comfy robes are provided for your relaxation. Wireless internet is available.
Nightly Rate: $280-$300
The Hummingbird room, our most economical, and yet cozy corner room features a 5 Star comfy queen bed, antique furnishings, rocking chair, robes, and a private bathroom with a shower. Wireless Internet is available.
Nightly Rate: $230-$250
4.0 on June 21, 2014
Denny and Sally were very warm. Loved their knowledge. Great place to stay.
5 on September 09, 2013
My wife and I recently stayed there and enjoyed our time there. Cannot really thing of anything I disliked that would be of any benefit. Cannot go wrong staying here.
4.4 on September 06, 2013
Sitting at breakfast and having a moose drop in to say hello was the ultimate. The rooms had a cosy home feeling and our hosts made that feeling even more so. The steps up to the tree house at first seemed daunting, but, we managed them several times.
4.8 on August 25, 2013
We are a french family with 2 girls arriving in july, just the day after our plane trip... Sally was fantastic for her help in choosing hikes in Grand Teton NP, telling stories about wild animals around the house. Her breakfast was terrific (with the help of Denny's famous Oat Meals). Everything was perfect and we particularly appreciated the kindness of this charming couple!
5 on August 22, 2013
The Teton Treehouse was more than we expected from a Bed & Breakfast. Denny was waiting for us when we arrived and gave us a grand tour. We were tired and hungry from our journey to Wyoming and wanted to go out for dinner. He recommended a fantastic place (the Rendezvous Bistro), and we were back before midnight to roll into our beds. The next morning (and every morning), he prepared a fantastically delicious and healthy meal for us, and then sent us off on a beautiful hike to Trappers Lake. Later he lit up a fire, and we sat around chatting late, enjoying his stories. On our last day, he told us the best way to get to Yellowstone and excellent advice on getting the best views of the geysers. Thank you, Denny, for being such an awesome host. Your treehouse is amazing! See you next summer.
5 on August 20, 2013
We stayed with Denny 24 years ago. Our long overdue return to his "tree house" was terrific. Very unique structure - lots of log construction, interesting stairways, cozy rooms with private baths and decks. As if that is not enough, the innkeeper is an amazing wealth of information. His tips and recommendations for the Tetons, Yellowstone and beyond added immensely to the enjoyment of our vacation. The Graffs
4.6 on July 05, 2013
What a wonderful place. The room was perfect for us. We felt like we were in the trees. Breakfast was yummy and our host, Sandy was warm and provided wealth of information about area and ideas for our kids. Highly recommend.
5 on June 29, 2013
Denny & Sally are the consumate bed and breakfast innkeepers. They are always friendly, never noisome, and completely hospitable. By the end of our stay, we really felt like the Tree House was home. The breakfasts were top notch, very healthy and very filling and very delicious. Denny was able to show us the best hikes and sightseeing in Teton National Park, Yellowstone, and the surrounding area. We could not have asked for a more memorable and relaxing honeymoon!
4.4 on June 29, 2013
We loved are stay. Dennie and Sally are wonderful hosts. So helpful with travel tips, great and patient with our children. Rooms were relaxing and comfortable. Would love to stay here again if we ever get back out west!
5 on June 16, 2013
We had absolutely the best time at A Teton Tree House! What a neat house with multiple levels and different room to make it truly feel like a tree house. The best feature of the house are Denny and Sally. Just fabulous hosts. Such sincere people. We had the best conversations at breakfast with homemade breads and jams. They are such a wealth of information about the area surrounding Jackson Hole including yellowstone. It was a trip we will never forget. Already making plans for a return visit in the next year or two!!! Thanks Denny and Sally! Your Friends from Kansas, Jamey and Lana
Mountains, Small town
Jackson Hole, WY (JAC)
Guests may choose to take either the scenic Moose-Wilson Road to the Tree House or pass through the town of Jackson. To avoid the town, turn left as you exit the airport and then turn left again in 2 miles at MOOSE Junction. As you pass the road for MOOSE on your right you may wish to consider if you are hungry. Dornan's Pizza and Pasta restaurant is terrific -- both in food and scenery! Continuing on past the Visitor's Center on your left, turn left again onto the Moose-Wilson road. Be sure to look for wildlife as you come through this section of the Grand Teton National Park and past Teton Village on your right to the Hwy 22 Junction where you turn right and come into Wilson. Turning left at the EXXON, follow the directions above 2/4 mile to the Tree House. To tour Jackson, turn right as you exit the airport and proceed to the center of town. With the Town Square on your left turn right at the major intersection and continue on Broadway/Hwy. 89 until you reach the Hwy. 22, Wilson/Teton Village/Idaho junction where you curve right and follow the directions above into Wilson.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Wildlife, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, CD player, Computer, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Piano, Telephone , Guest refrigerator
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Library, Radio
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Denny's Breakfast Banana Split,
the closest thing to a real banana split that can be served for breakfast! Fresh bananas, artistically sliced and arranged with whipped vanilla yogurt and raspberry sauce dribbled on top. Yes, there is chocolate syrup available if you dare!