As amazing as the surroundings are with this cabin on a hill above the Snake River on a secluded byway, it’s what’s inside that counts. Swinging open the wide stained glass entryway doors depicting a mountain lake, you’ll quickly discover that art and craftsmanship make this cabin something as unique as its setting. Imagine sleeping in a museum filled with art by some of the most recognized names in Western representative art, because that’s almost what you’ll be doing when you book the Rocking V. You’ll marvel at paintings by artists represented in the permanent collection at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Want more? The museum itself is a 20-minute drive away. The traditional crafted Western decor add to the artistic flavor of this property. You’ll dine, entertain, and converse beneath an elk antler chandelier at the main dining table. Intricate log work and giant beams lend beauty to high cathedral ceilings. The motif carries throughout the house with rawhide seats on some chairs and stools, sconces featuring local wildlife, wood-burning fireplaces in the master suite and the great room, and Western riding gear on display. The main floor houses the kitchen, dining and living areas of the great room, but also holds the master suite and a media room/den/office. Three guest rooms make up the lower level, along with a hot tub and a door leading outside. Of course, you’ll love what’s outside, too. Traversing the hardwood floors of the great room will take you to tall windows displaying the stunning Tetons through a corridor of trees. This cabin sits on a forested lot above the world-class fishing of the Snake River, where you’ll enjoy private access. This well-designed rustic cabin makes the perfect vacation getaway, sleeping up to eight in its handsome hewn-log beds.