Seventeen years ago two Chesapeake Bay sailors made their first venture out West. Our stay at Wildflower Inn those many years ago turned our lives in a new direction thanks to Sherrie and Ken and our introduction to mountain hiking. After that visit we hiked all over the West! This year we returned to the inn with our son, daughter-in-law and three year old granddaughter. Thankfully, the inn had not changed - the rooms are still charming; the setting, among manicured lawns with profuse flowers surrounded by woods and a meandering stream complete with four foot bridges, is even lovelier; and the breakfasts and afternoon snacks (all made from scratch) are a culinary treat. Sherrie is a wealth of information and especially helpful when looking for restaurants with vegetarian and child menus. Everything about the inn reflects attention to detail including three hooks in the bathroom, 3-way lightbulbs in the four bedroom lamps, fresh flowers in the main rooms and even Caspari napkins with the snacks. In the scheme of things, these small details may not be all that important, but they reflect the overall care Sherrie and Ken apply to ensuring guests are comfortable and at peace in their surroundings. This was especially meaningful to those of us who live in the perpetual chaos of the Washington DC area. We loved our eight night stay and encourage you not to miss a Wildflower Inn escape.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A beautiful log Country Inn located on 3 gorgeous acres close to Yellowstone, Grand Teton National Parks and the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Wildflower Inn Jackson Hole, WY - Wilson