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Since opening in 1941, The Wort Hotel has exemplified historic charm while providing luxury amenities and services making it Jackson Hole’s finest boutique hotel. Jackson’s Historic Landmark, The Wort is an elegant hotel rich in heritage and in the heart of Jackson Hole; located just one half block from the famous town square’s elk antler arches and only… Read more »
The Molesworth House c. 1937 was built by Paul Hindman, Master Craftsman for Thomas Molesworth during the height of the Molesworth Arts & Crafts period, and is the encompassed collection of cowboy design, decor and local western art. Without being present at the time you can still experience the “Art Deco” period of a blended… Read more »
One of the most popular and top-rated restaurants in Thermopolis, The Front Porch specializes in made-to-order sandwiches, burgers, and crepes. We also feature a full salad bar for lighter appetites. Daily specials are also available, along with homemade soups. A lunch staple for Thermopolis residents and tourists alike, we’re also open for dinner, starting at… Read more »
Experience creative cooking in casual atmosphere at Jackson Hole's best new restaurant. We have a wonderful selection of wines, craft beers and specialty cocktails, as well as small bites at our bar. Half priced drinks from 5-6 and 9 until close. Private dining offered at our Chef’s Table, or be part of Tuesday Tastings at… Read more »
The Kudar Motel and Cabins is a designated historic property originally built by the hands of brothers Joe and Max Kudar in 1934 and is still owned and operated by the Joe Kudar family today. The Kudar Motel is famous for its 17 historic log cabins, 14 motel rooms, and the original homestead which face… Read more »
The Longhorn Saloon & Grill is a newer venue to Sundance, WY. Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. Family Friendly and fun western atmosphere with 8 TV’s. We have 6 beers on tap and a well stocked back bar. Friendly staff and amazing steak tips! Check out the hind end of the… Read more »
One hour to two entrances to Yellowstone National Park and the scenic Beartooth Highway, in a quiet neighborhood two blocks from the historic downtown’s shopping area, the Buffalo Bill Museums. In the summer enjoy Rodeo, gunfights, rafting, hiking, horseback riding. Year round you can find good animal watching and many good restaurants walking distance from the B&B. We… Read more »
Open year 'round. The Stagecoach Motor Inn is Dubois' largest and most complete lodging facilities. Located in the heart of downtown. The Stagecoach has been American Family owned and operated since 1977, striving in cleanliness and friendly Western hospitality. Popular amenities include air conditioning, outdoor pool, hot tub, coin laundry and picnic and playground. Park… Read more »