From the first day communicating with Meg, the Inn’s manager, I knew we would be in for a treat by staying at the Wildflower Lodge. Meg was a complete professional throughout the process of renting the entire inn. We were a family of twelve, ages 67 through 6 months and Meg made sure every need was met for such a diverse group.
The Inn has everything one could imagine. Bikes and helmets of every size, a huge Weber gas barbecue for grilling, indoor and outdoor games for every age, a large hot tub and wonderful fire pit surrounded by Adirondack chairs. They even supply the marshmallows, Hershey bars and graham crackers! I even wonder if Meg arranged for the mother moose with calf to visit nearly every day along with two bulk elk that also appeared in the back yard for our viewing pleasure!
The Inn itself was beautiful and very well kept. Seven wonderful bedrooms with en-suite baths, beautiful den and sun room for the family to gather overlooking the backyard and creek running along the property. And oh, did I mention the cutthroat trout in the creek. My son successfully pulled two from the creek with his fly rod!
Lastly, the breakfast prepared each morning by Lauren was better then any one could find in any restaurant. You name it Lauren prepared it. Bacon, eggs any way you wished, including Benedict. Not to mention the pancakes, waffles, biscuits, sausage, yogurt, exc.,you get the point. Meg also arranged for Rene, a top notch chef, to prepare two dinners during our stay. A delicious grilled wild game dinner featuring elk and bison as well as an outstanding Italian dinner featuring a slow roasted Italian pork roast. I could go on and on about the beauty of the Wildflower Inn and the luxury service they provide but the best way to describe my family’s happiness and approval with the Inn was our decision to book a two week stay before we left!
If you want the best in what Jackson Hole has to offer do yourself a favor and stay at the Wildflower Inn! Thanks again Meg, Lauren and Rene!!