This place has loads of character. There is a lovely view of the Tetons from the front landing. The historical cabin at the front has been restored quite well, but there are obviously limits to what conveniences have been added. The kitchen is compact but has most things you'll need. The double headed shower in the back cabin is excellent. One of the main disadvantages is that there is no toilet in the front cabin, meaning if you sleep here you'll need to be prepared for an expedition in the middle of the night to the back cabin. Take great care in the pitch black - my husband ended up with very bad scrapes and bruises from tripping on the uneven landing and path. The log furniture bed in the front cabin might seem like a romantic idea, but it is too big for the bedroom, and you can only get out on one side. Also the road is actually quite busy and disturbed our sleep. There was hardly any information in the cabin about local attractions and the managers next door were rarely around after taking our payment. On our last day there, we discovered there was a resident mouse, which meant we had to thrown away a lot of our unrefrigerated food like cereals, rice, pasta and biscuits.
The cabins are very conveniently located - an easy drive to the Tetons or to Jackson.More