Today’s post is all about the best of Airbnb Jackson Hole! Whether you’re on a road trip from Salt Lake City or you’re heading in from a faraway locale, Jackson Hole is the Wyoming gem you should definitely consider visiting.
This valley is situated between Grand Teton National Park and Gros Ventre Range in the Rockies, so you can be sure of some awesome mountain views from this rugged retreat.
Awesome for skiing in winter as much as hiking and enjoying town festivities in summer, Jackson Hole is best experienced via Airbnb. A Jackson Hole Airbnb gives you a local view of the area and a comfortable home base, which I sometimes prefer over a hotel!
Here is a list of the best places to stay, Airbnb Jackson Hole edition!
If you're looking for a log cabin experience with mountain views that really give a social distance experience, then this place is perfect. Situated almost in the middle of nowhere, on 2.5 acres of land, you'll really be surrounded by the tranquility of this location.
The stunning Teton views to the east are unforgettable—sit on the swing seat and take it all in. It's a clean, stylish space with a wood-burning stove to keep you cozy and chic.
With its location just a few minutes from the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort ski area, anyone looking to hit the slopes this winter is in for a treat if they book this Airbnb rental.
There's plenty of room here for a family to enjoy a ski holiday, complete with a full kitchen, cozy living room area, and deck to look out at the mountains. There's nothing better than coming back to a warm, comfy place like this on a freezing cold day!
This condo is perfect for a couple looking for a vacay in the heart of Jackson. It's super convenient. From here, it's just a five-minute walk to the town square, with all the shops and entertainment options you'll find there.
This Airbnb is a clean and modern place, with high ceilings and an industrial-chic vibe throughout—it has a balcony with a beautiful view of the surrounding landscape. With a king-size bed and a fireplace to cozy up next to, and you've got yourself a great place to stay.
This beautiful Downtown Jackson Hole Airbnb is super cool. It's a modern take on an old cabin with wood-clad walls and a large deck for stargazing and morning coffee with mountain views. Inside, this place is as comfy as it is chic, with mid-century modern furniture and a sense of rustic elegance.
There's room enough here to sleep six guests, with a sofa bed if you need a little extra space. There is a huge master bedroom and twin rooms for kids, too.
This Airbnb is the modern mountain retreat for your Jackson hole vacation. It's close to all the restaurants and skiing options that Teton Village has to offer, which makes the location great for getting outdoors and exploring the area.
This vacation rental is pretty much the perfect base, with a comfortable living room with a wood-burning stove and a cozy queen bed to snuggle in at night time. There's not much more you'll need in this entire condominium. There's even easy parking just outside, with a shuttle pick-up to the slopes thrown in for good measure.
A more affordable alternative to staying in the center of Jackson Hole, this studio log-cabin-style Airbnb is your minimalist hang-out for the weekend. It's got just about everything you need for a perfect retreat into nature.
Situated at the base of Teton Pass, this one-bed, one-bath Airbnb allows quick access to Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park. It's also budget-friendly per night with the price.
There you have it—my top picks for the best Airbnbs in Jackson Hole. Whether you go for one of my choices or something different, let me know about it! Tag me in your Insta stories or pics (@wtfab) and let me in on those awesome mountain visuals!
The best time of year to visit Jackson Hole is from April to May or September to October since the weather will be at its best. However, if you are a skier then definitely visit during the winter months.
How many days do you need in Jackson Hole?
It is recommended to spend a minimum of 3 days in Jackson Hole to really explore all the sights it has to offer.
What is Jackson Hole Wyoming known for?
Jackson Hole is best known for its outdoor activities and sighs, as well as, being close to Yellowstone National Park.
Elise Armitage is an entrepreneur and founder of What The Fab, a travel + lifestyle blog based in California. At the beginning of 2019, Elise left her corporate job at Google to chase her dreams: being an entrepreneur and helping women find fabulous in the everyday. Since then, she’s launched her SEO course Six-Figure SEO, where she teaches bloggers how to create a passive revenue stream from their website using SEO. Featured in publications like Forbes, Elle, HerMoney, and Real Simple, Elise is a firm believer that you can be of both substance and style.