Jackson Wyoming is a very popular town that bears witness to a large number of visitors throughout the year,so my wife and I were very fortunate to "come across" the Wildflower Inn during our stay in the area in June 2009. A beautiful secluded Inn discreetly nestled at the foot of the Teton Mountains where guests will find peace and tranquility after a "lively" day hiking or just browsing the many shops in downtown Jackson. On checking in you will be met by the owner Sherrie who is always happy to convey her vast knowledge of the area to you before showing you to your beautifully decorated immaculate room. Breaksfast is a must dont miss it, the recipes I cant describe but no Sausages and "over easy eggs"in this establishment!!. If your planning to visit Yellowstone leave early it can take up to a couple of hours ,its lovely but very busy, we found the Local Tetons much better and more relaxing. The Wildflower Inn far exceeded our expectations and hopefully we will visit again,but readers dont take our word for it go visit for yourselves!
P.S. we have stayed in many B&B's that have promised views of Moose while you are eating your breakfast .....guess which one came up trumps.
Trudie and Steve Biddiscombe EnglandMore
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