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Jackson Hole Hideout

3.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

The B&B offered delicious home cooked breakfast, a variety of snacks for a long day on the mountain, endless coffee and a stunning atmosphere. You need a 4x4 to get up the hill, but the hosts were sure to let us that know that ahead of time. We were right in between the town of Jackson and the Resort Village, which was exactly where we wanted to be. We parked for free in the commuter lot just 2 miles down the road, and had option to eat at a variety of locations within 5 minutes, but choose to spend our time in town instead. The beds were very comfy with all the amenities you could ask for, and a great views from each room. The only thing I might have changed was the use of the fireplace. The hosts tried to have one burning in the mornings and evenings, but I think we only got one two of our 6 mornings, and two of our five evenings. We most certainly could have asked them to start one, but didn't want to disturb them at night since we returned at various times, and didn't want to ask while they were fixing us breakfast. They prefer to start them, but it would have been nice to have a little more liberty to start one on our own. Other than that it was an absolutely amazing experience. Beth and Greg were very knowledgeable and helpful with ideas for things to do in area, even prior to arrival. We would love to come back and stay with them again.

My husband and I came to stay in September 2017 (writing this review has been on my list of to-do's for quite a while). We absolutely loved our time here, staying three nights in total. The decor and amenities were great -- spotless bedroom and all communal areas. The kitchen was stocked with great snacks to take hiking or nibble on whenever. We spent a few events after hiking and before dinner on the deck with a few drinks from the Hideout's fridge just enjoying the amazing scenery outside - very peaceful. The breakfasts every morning were amazing - the owners are great chefs and sources of knowledge about what to do / where to go. We were sad to leave this place and would recommend it to anyone. You can't really walk to town or anything like that but no problem for us - we liked being a bit out of the way. Uber serves the area so there was no issue at all getting a cab whenever we needed it. It's only about a 7 minute drive into town. Stay here if you want a classy rustic experience! - Vicky & Ben Buckley

We stayed at Jackson Hole Hideout for a week over Christmas, in the Gunslinger suite, which sleeps 4. Beth and Greg were the best hosts you could have ever wished for. My daughter contracted the flu during our stay,and Beth and Greg made sure we had all the comforts of home. As our plans totally changed due to illness, we had the opportunity to enjoy this beautiful bed and breakfast to the fullest. Greg and Beth were very understanding of our situation and opened up their home to us.This bed and breakfast is the most beautifully decorated, rustic, country, homely residence I have ever had the pleasure to stay.They have put so much time and effort in getting everything perfect, to make your stay is enjoyable and comfortable. The breakfast is amazing and huge. They are both great cooks and they make sure you will be full for the day. Greg and Beth helped us out of a few sticky situations. They go the extra mile to make sure you are happy and safe. All these little extra things contributed to the satisfaction of our stay, especially when driving in snowy conditions were very foreign to us. We can`t thank Greg and Beth enough, and hope one day we can return the hospitality. I would highly recommend staying at Jackson Hole Hideout, you won`t be disappointed.

Beth and Greg are wonderful hosts in a warm and luxurious environment they have carefully created. We were seamlessly upgraded after a last minute cancellation, to a room with larger bed and balcony ( all views are lovely). Breakfast was delicious and carefully prepared:) I hope to stay at this Hideout again!

We stayed at the Jackson Hole Hideout over Christmas for some skiing and snowmobiling. This was our first time to Jackson Hole and the accommodations were outstanding. Jackson Hole Hideout fits the area, comfort with a rustic feel. Due to late booking, our party of 4 had to switch accommodations mid-visit and were able to stay in three of the rooms, Cowgirl, Trail Boss, and the Gunslinger suite. As in most B&B's, the little things really set Jackson Hole Hideout apart. The beds are probably the most comfortable that i have ever experienced. The breakfasts are excellent and often a bit unique (Santa strawberries and Christmas Tree waffles on Christmas Day), and there are coffee, tea, soda, water, and snacks available 24-hours per day. In winter, there is typically a fire in the fireplace in the morning and evenings, with comfortable seating to unwind at the end of the day. The backpacks in each room are great for winter or summer activities, and the location is convenient to Jackson, Teton Village, and Teton Pass. There is plenty of parking, and we were able to maneuver/park our snowmobile trailer in the lower parking lot with no difficulty. Beth and Greg were great hosts, and made sure that we had directions and maps for each day. They have a connection to Jackson Hole that predates their opening of this B&B, so they have a wealth of knowledge of the area and its history, and are able to give advice on trips and activities. We are already planning a return trip and will most definitely stay at Jackson Hole Hideout any time we are in the area.

Stayed in the Cowgirl room on main floor. Living room was cozy with fireplace. Innkeepers very welcoming and friendly. Breakfast was a little too 'chic' for us. Was looking for something like pancakes/waffles etc but everything was great.

This was our first time traveling to Jackson Hole. We decided to mix it up and try out a B&B instead of a hotel. The Hideout did not disappoint! The property, itself, was immaculately kept with a beautifully designed interior. We stayed in the "Cowgirl" room which had a private balcony. The room was quaint and, just like the rest of the house, very homey. Beth and Greg were so welcoming, friendly, and easy-going! They offered advice about things to do in the area and they even let us have a bear spray for hiking. We stayed for two nights and the breakfast both mornings was absolutely amazing. There was also an area in the kitchen with complementary snacks and drinks available all day. The Hideout really made our stay in Jackson Hole our most enjoyable vacation yet! Thank you for your gracious hospitality during our stay!

What a fantastic find! Couldn't have chosen a better place to celebrate our 30th anniversary. Beth and Greg made our stay so welcoming with all the extra touches of home. Breakfast was good, home cooking, but with flare. A return visit is in the planning.

Haven chosen this Bed and Breakfast based on the superb reviews, it is difficult to find unique comments. The reviews are spot on!!!!! The property has amazing views....tucked away for privacy, trees, and mountains. The bedrooms and bathrooms are well appointed and comfortable. Greg, being in the construction business, did a marvelous remodel, and he and Beth gave the main areas a homelike feel. My husband and I stayed in another B&B located in the same area. It was stunning, but run by managers rather than owners. They seemed to be going through the motions. In contrast Greg and Beth make you feel like long time friends without being intrusive.They are ready to offer ideas as well as snacks and water. Greg's breakfasts were a great start to the day.There are no tvs in the rooms which cuts down on noise, but there is a huge flat screen in the living room. Rarely do you find a B&B where the beautiful decor matches the warm personalities of the proprietors. We LOVED it.

This bed and breakfast was an excellent choice for our recent visit to the Grand Tetons. It is a short distance from Jackson and was hidden in the trees to give a true hideaway feel. We were able to enjoy watching deer while eating our delicious breakfast. The room was comfortable, the public spaces were nice and well furnished and all sort of snacks and drinks were available for guests. I highly recommend staying at this delightful place.

6175 Heck of a Hill Road Wilson WY

Hotel highlights

  • Free full breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Laundry facilities

Jackson Hole Hideout places you 6.8 mi (11 km) from Teton Pass and 8.3 mi (13.3 km) from Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum. This 5-room, 3.5-star bed & breakfast has free breakfast along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and free self parking. In the mountains, the B&B is also within a 20-minute drive of Jackson Town Square and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.


Free full breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 8 AM to 9 AM. For a nice break, mingle with other guests at the free manager's reception.


The 5 rooms are individually decorated and have portable fans and safes. Guests can expect to find free WiFi. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.

Property features

Renovated in 2016, Jackson Hole Hideout offers free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and a library. Free parking is available if you drive. Additional amenities include a terrace, laundry facilities, and barbecue grills.

Room options

Room, Private Bathroom (Cowgirl)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Room, Private Bathroom (Marshal)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Room, Private Bathroom (Wrangler)

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Room, Private Bathroom (Gunslinger)

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

89% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 127 reviews