Travel: A Log Cabin of One's Own, Plus Hot Tub


It would be tough to overlook a bed-and-breakfast located in Jackson Hole, Wyo., 10 minutes from a buzzing town, five from the Jackson Hole Ski Area, 15 from Grand Teton National Park and just an hour from Yellowstone. But the Wildflower Inn, an actual log cabin built by owners Ken and Sherrie Jern, is a destination in its own right.

With its pedestal sinks, cathedral ceilings, luxurious down comforters and ample electricity, the log cabin is not one that Abe Lincoln would recognize. Each of the five guest rooms--named for local wildflowers that cover the property--has a handcrafted log bed...

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