Stayed here for two nights when visiting the Tetons area. The motel is in essence an extension of the owner's house who lives on site. The grounds are well kept, and the exterior has a lot of character with its shingles and deer antlers/bull skulls.
We stayed in a downstairs room with two double beds which was very small and had next to zero room for storage. This required some juggling of the the dog crate, extra air mattress, and folding table to make things work. Amenities included refrigerator, microwave, free WIFI, cable TV, and a fan, but no AC. Upstairs rooms were bigger it seems and did have air conditioning. The room was quite hot in the evening but manageable. The room itself was quite well-worn and reminded me of a 1970-style ski lodge, with bed posts fashioned from pine logs and the bathroom being pine-paneled.
Everything you might want while you stay is in walking distance, and the backyard was quite large, which was great for taking the dog to the bathroom. A sandbox and a tree swing were on site. Some seating was right out front which I used one night. The owners were very friendly and suggested we use their gas grill out back one night.
Overall for the price it is easy to overlook that the rooms are kind of old. We ended up paying something like $70 a night, which is about half of what we would have paid elsewhere. Would stop by again, but probably get a larger room with AC next time.
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