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This elegant, five-guestroom log lodge is as beautiful and inviting as its backdrop, the legendary Grand Teton mountain range. 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 6,000 square-foot 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 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
5 on May 23, 2016
Everything about our stay was A+, from the location, just down the road from the Park entrance, to the log beauty, the exquisite breakfasts, the comfy, quiet room.
4.8 on May 26, 2015
Don't limit yourself to just peak times (summer and winter) to visit The Bentwood. It's a great place 12 months a year! Just did a long weekend in May and next to the fact the tourists had yet to fill the roads and parks, the best thing had to be the prolific wildlife we encountered! Elk, moose, grizzly bears, coyote, bison.... the list goes on... all spotted within an hour's drive of the inn (and some just down the road). Match that with superb breakfasts, a bistro dinner to die for and ultra cozy rooms - the Bentwood is a real gem!
5 on August 13, 2014
My husband and I stayed for a couple of days at the Bentwood Inn in August 2014. The innkeepers Bob and Virginia were so warm and friendly, it made us feel right at home! We stayed in the Cabin room which was very comfortable with a spacious bathroom. The breakfasts and late afternoon hors d'oeuvres with wine were delicious and filling. While some people may balk at the nightly rate, I think it is comparable to prices for other local accommodations, especially those that don't include breakfast. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Bentwood Inn and highly recommend it for anyone traveling to this area! Thanks Bob and Virginia!
5 on January 21, 2014
Fantastic stay, impeccable service throughout, Neil our host went above and beyond expectations to make us feel at home and was so eager to show us the best of Jackson Hole. Highly recommended, looking forward to our next visit
5 on January 13, 2014
My significant other and I travelled to The Bentwood Inn to get married. The Inn was beyond beautiful, and the inn keepers Neil and Rachel were extremely helpful and knowledgeable of the Inn and the Valley. We had our ceremony right in front of the beautiful 2 story stone fireplace with stones from the nearby Snake River. Then our hosts Neil and Rachel prepared a Bistro Dinner that night, so we didnt have to go far for a proper wedding dinner. It was romantic, warm and just perfect for us. The inn was full of holiday travelers and the atmosphere was great! Like going on vacation with your family, everyone goes and does their thing during the day then everyone reunites for wine and cheese to catch up on the days activities.
5 on January 08, 2014
A few friends and I chose to stay at the Bentwood. From the moment of our arrival we were welcomed with fresh baked cookies and a delicious appetizer hour. We enjoyed wine, cheese, and great conversation with other guests in front of a crackling fire. The innkeepers, Rachel and Neil, were incredibly helpful with their knowledge of the area, giving us great recommendations for activities aside from skiing. The breakfast was excellent, the beds were comfortable, and we thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of the inn. If you choose to stay at the Bentwood, you will not regret it!!!
5 on November 05, 2013
The Place was Excellent...but the People were Better! Your review (200 character minimum) We came to Bentwood with no expectations really, other than to see the Jackson area in late fall. Phyllis had never stayed at a B & B before so she had no idea what to expect. Since we were the first couple to arrive for the weekend, we got to see all of the rooms and wound up switching our reservation room to another. It wouldn't have mattered really, as they were all very nice. The other good thing about arriving early was the opportunity to spend a few hours alone with our hosts, Dave & Melissa. They were subbing in for the usual Innkeepers and were both just super. Dave has his own catering business and aside from just serving us outstanding breakfast treats, we had the bonus pleasure of one of his dinners, a made from scratch rainbow trout specialty...that was every bit as good as the meal we had at a five-star restaurant in downtown Jackson. If you get the chance, don't pass on a dinner deal if Dave is cooking. As a bonus, Dave & Melissa also joined us by the fire pit outback and between the 4 of us, we were able to solve most of the world's problems...:) All that aside, what really made the stay as great as it was, were the other guests who began arriving. I'll protect their privacy, but let me just say that we haven't laughed, sang, drank as much wine or shared as many entertaining stories with a bunch total strangers in a long long time. And it even included a couple of newlyweds...What a trip! Thanks to all of you for the relaxed, let-your-hair down atmosphere that your genuine comradery generated. Too special...I think the place itself tends to bring out the best in people. What better could be said. Craig & Phyllis
5 on October 24, 2013
have to say this was the BEST 1st time at a bed and breakfast we could have ever asked for. We were greeted by name by Dave at the door when we arrived, the atmosphere was so relaxing . The food was great and so was conversation! I would definitely do this again.
4.8 on October 22, 2013
As a family we stayed for two nights (10/4-10/6) and had a great time even though the Park was closed due to the government shutdown. Neill, the Innkeeper, helped us to find great hiking opportunities outside the Park. We were welcomed very friendly at arrival and loved the cozy, homely feel of the Inn. The room (Polo) was very spacious with two Queen-sized beds. The breakfast was delicious with a view to moose strolling through the backyard. The common area was a great way to meet other guests, before, during, and after the wine & cheese hour.
King or twin beds in a cabin setting. Lots of cowboy influences. Private bathroom. Handicapped accessible.
Nightly Rate: $219 - $359
Nightly Rate: $219 - $359
King bed with private bathroom.
2 queen beds, Private bathroom.
Snake River, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Yellowstone National Park, Grand Targhee Ski Area, Countryside, Mountains
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
Board games, CD player, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Telephone, 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, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
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
Kurt Landuyt, Bob & Virginia Schrader
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!