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Jackson Hole's award winning, National Geographic featured lodge. A fireplace in every room, the finest in amenities, a full breakfast each morning and complimentary hors d'oeuvres each night define the Bentwood Inn experience. The log Inn was built in 1995 entirely from timber sustainably harvested after the great fire of 1988 in Yellowstone National Park. The open, slate entry leads into a jaw dropping Great Room with a 3-story river rock fireplace, baby grand piano and an adjacent library. The warm and inviting dining room features hand-painted tables and cheerfully eclectic Western decor. A stately log staircase leads up to the guest rooms off the open landing. A large cedar deck runs across the back of the Bentwood, where guests gather in friendly clusters at the end of the day to enjoy complimentary hors d'oeuvres and a view of the sunset. Each morning Bentwood's guests awake to the enticing scent of fresh baked muffins and fresh ground coffee. A robust breakfast is served with a different entree each day, such as German Apple Pancakes, Huevos Rancheros, or Egg Souffle all accompanied by country ham or bacon, fresh fruit, cereal, muffins and yogurt.
5 on November 17, 2017
In all aspects, the ONLY place to be. Not only beautiful and comfortable, we also had the luxury of having a recognized chef. Breakfasts are outstanding and beyond expectation. When offered to be part of the dinner specials, you need to partake. No doubt we will visit this location next time in the region.
5 on November 11, 2017
My family loves this Inn! We loved a fall bike ride from the Inn to Teton Village (bikes provided by Bentwood complimentary). The staff was inviting, the conversations stimulating and the accommodations luxurious. Can't wait to go back and use the complimentary snow shoes in January.
5 on October 19, 2017
Everything about the Bentwood is top notch. Loved our stay. Th innkeepers, Gene & Carol, went above & beyond to make sure we were comfortable. We can't wait to go back!
4.0 on October 15, 2017
The hosts of the Bentwood Inn are amazing - home cured gravlax, full, delicious breakfast complete with a berry smoothie (with chia seeds and other good stuff), bacon, eggs. Smiles and warm conversation were included as part of the package.. The rooms are comfortable, clean, and beautifully decorated to capture the rustic atmosphere. The bathroom included terry robes and toiletries in case you forgot your own. Only negative - when turning off main road to Inn (at night) I thought GPS sent us down a deserted, back road. The Inn is set back and the initial approach is not that appealing.
4.4 on August 01, 2017
Very clean, cozy, inviting, very comfortable. We were received with such hospitality and accommodation. Got there a couple of hours early and were welcomed in. Tasty breakfast. Would have rated higher but the bathroom sink stopper did not work and the drain backed up making the sink somewhat unusable.
5 on July 11, 2017
The Bentwood is a beautiful Bed and Breakfast. Cabin like features, with all the comforts including an excellent breakfast, daily wine and cheese hour, freshly baked cookies, spa like water to drink, outdoor jacuzzi, access to bikes and beautiful trails, answers to questions, and excellent, friendly innkeepers!
4.8 on May 22, 2017
WOW ! First the inn is beautiful. Chef Mike gave us breakfasts to dream about and Sheryle always said YES to any request we had. The evening wine and cheese always had a little something special that Chef Mike put together for all. It snowed one day so a big fire was built in the great room fireplace and it was just perfect. One morning a moose was grazing out in the back yard and the next morning there were four elk there just hanging out! Beautiful Inn, we highly recommend it.
4.4 on March 19, 2017
Wonderful inn keepers. Comfortable accommodations. Clean and warm. We'll be back.
4.4 on March 09, 2017
We loved the comfort of Bentwood while being less than 10 minutes from the mountain for skiing. Breakfast was good but I've had better choices at other B & B's (more protein please). Several good restaurants nearby (less than a mile) for dinner options. Enjoyed the on-site dinner offered on the night of our arrival. We enjoyed evening wine and cheese and met some really nice folks staying at the Inn. We stayed in the Bunkhouse room. My husband and I shared the queen bed and our grown daughter (28 yrs old) climbed the ladder to sleep in one of the twin beds in the loft. We were comfortable as the room and bathroom were spacious. Enjoyed playing with Byron, (Kurt's golden retriever).
5 on March 07, 2017
Having previous experience of bed&breakfast accommodations I was very surprised to find that this time was sooooo different!! We did not feel as we are in a hotel. WE WERE VISITING LONG LOST FAMILY!!! We did not realize we had. It would be nice to meet such a welcome as we received from Kurt and Fatima. Hopefully the two of them will decide to care for the guests in this beautiful and u usual house and make it a home for visitors. JOB WELL DONE. Joanna and Michal Mankowski
Sunsets fill the room of this second floor king providing a filtered view of the Tetons to the west. Hand painted Native American ceremonial pipes adorn the doorways, and the writing desk is cleverly draped in a blanket and moccasins. An upholstered chair and reading lamp in front of the fireplace create a cozy corner to curl up with a good book, or plan your next day?s adventure and exploration. Invite your spirit guides into your dreams with a sumptuous down comforter wrapped in a rich patterned duvet that rolls back to display a velvety soft blanket and luxury linens. The ceramic tiled bathroom with jetted tub/shower has a lovely lookout into the cottonwood grove and garden below. And finally, the balcony seats two for the alpine glow at day?s end, and provides a perfect venue for the bride to throw her bouquet. An additional child up to 5 years of age may stay for free using existing bedding. Please call to arrange.
This inviting second floor king room says, ?Welcome to your cabin in the woods?. Nestle in to this cozy corner of the inn with a wooded view and small east facing balcony for a first peek at the day. Snow shoes, a fishing creel, and painted writing desk sporting a local cutthroat trout adorn this large retreat into nature. Two upholstered chairs sit fireside, so you can warm up your toes and prepare to unwind in your private bath with jetted tub/shower. The tailored down-filled duvet folds back to reveal luxury linens and the promise of a peaceful slumber. Remember, bears that dwell too long in their den miss the fresh berries kissed by dew! The Cabin can be converted to twins (please specify this service at time of booking). An additional child up to 5 years of age may stay for free using existing bedding. Please call to arrange.
This charming second floor queen suite harkens to the days of yesteryear? A beautiful Scandinavian Inglenook bed is tucked between the inn?s massive log walls with a window to peer out at the mountain peaks. A quaint living room decorated with English antiques provides a cozy place to sit by the fire with an octagon window notched into the logs above. Access to the third story loft by a lodge pole ladder provides extra sleeping space ideal for families. With twin beds and a skylight perfect for star gazing, you can make a wish and kiss them good night. The bathroom has room for all with a large tiled shower and separate jetted tub. A balcony shaded by willows and cottonwoods provides the perfect venue for that summer read.
After a long day in the saddle, a wild ride down the river or the perfect powder day on the slopes, come home to western hospitality. Kick off your boots and pony up for a relaxing ride to Nod. This king room on the main floor offers a private entrance, fireplace, cozy window seat and reading chair. The gracious private bath completes the cowboy motif with colorful plaid tattersall tiled walk-in shower reminiscent of a typical cowboy shirt. Fluffy down comforters dressed up in their cowboy best adorn the luxury linens that await your perfect night of slumber. The Cowboy Room is handicapped accessible and can be converted to twins (please specify this at the time of booking). An additional child up to 5 years of age may stay for free using existing bedding. Please call to arrange.
This first floor king delights with whimsy and charm in a country garden motif that says romance. The bed sits high and opposite the fireplace and comfy reading chair. All decked out in pastel plaids with floral accents, this room with a private deck and garden access is tranquility found. A large armoire and antique dresser provide ample space to unpack and settle in for a comfortable stay. The cozy window seat and bay window invite you to peer into the willows and maybe spy a moose feeding on their favorite Wyoming trees. Pull back the puffy down duvet and slip into luxury linens as you doze off to dreamland and awaken to another great day in the mountains. The bathroom completes the theme with English wallpaper and tailored tiles with a jetted tub/shower. An additional child up to 5 years of age may stay for free using existing bedding. Please call to arrange.
Snake River, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Yellowstone National Park, Grand Targhee Ski Area, Countryside, Mountains, Rural, Small town
Jackson Hole, WY (JAC) 14 miles
From Salt Lake City take I-15 North to I-80. Go east on I-80 to Evanston, WY, then North on Rt 89 to Jackson Hole. On Rt 22 turn west. Cross the Snake River and turn North onto Rt 390(Teton Village Road). The Bentwood Inn is the first house (1/3 mile)on the west side of the street set back from the road in a grove of trees.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, The Grand Teton Mountains / Nat'l Park, Snake River, Yellowstone Nat'l Park, Grand Targhee Ski Area, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Bridger-Teton Wilderness, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ski area
Other, Historic Inn, Boutique Hotel
Bike rental, Board games, CD player, Copier, Electric vehicle charging, Fax Machine, Fridge, Kitchenette, Library, Microwave, Parking, Piano, Telephone, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , Grand Teton Nat'l Park - 7 miles away, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort - 4 miles away, Bicycles - Bike trail in front of property
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wheelchair access, Wi-Fi, Wired internet, iPhone docking station
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Sled dog excursions, Covered wagon outings, Snowmobiling, Wildlife & photography tours, Backcountry skiing, Jackson Hole Music Festival, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Tennis courts, Whitewater Rafting
Andy and Nastassia Klein and Lorie Brand.
We love the outdoors and are avid cyclists, skiers and hikers and enjoy sharing our passion and recommendations for routes, trails and outdoor adventures with guests. After 10 years operating a large inn and restaurant, we love the more intimate setting of the Bentwood Inn and opportunity to provide guests with top level concierge service to ensure every guest enjoys their adventure in Jackson Hole! We look forward to meeting you and sharing the beautiful natural abundance of Jackson Hole.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian Gluten-free
Chef Bob's Jackson Hole Gravlax
Bob has made traditional Gravlax for years, not only in his restaurant, but as a family favorite and traditional Christmas breakfast. He has finessed the traditional flavors of dill, salt, sugar and gin, to adopt a Western flavor. Substituting mineral salt from Yellowstone National Park instead of sea salt, cilantro and jalapenos for dill, and locally distilled Wyoming Whiskey for Gin, plus a touch of smoked paprika results in a delicious version of Gravlax that we serve each morning, with the traditional accoutrements (bagels, cream cheese, tomatoes, onions and capers). We also use the Gravlax in a variety of appetizers and entress. This is definitely a guest favorite!