Shooting Star Cabin 1 is a beauty of a Jackson Hole vacation rental: substantial, welcoming and full of light, its rustic barn board siding and log-and-mortar walls harking back to old Wyoming while inside all is comfort and joy, with luxury appliances and a state-of-the-art sound system. The front door swings open to the cabin-like foyer; steps beyond, creamy walls and bleached wood amplify the wonderful natural light of Cabin 1. An airy, wide open Great Room crowns the top of the house, and vast wilderness vistas roll away from every window. The kitchen, dining and living areas share this big, bright space, while a distributed audio system saturates the room with music, movie soundtracks, or the morning news - whatever you choose. The long wood dining table, overhung by a circular chandelier with Edison bulbs, stands between the fire lit living room and the luxury kitchen. It is a wonderful place to celebrate, especially when snow is falling silently outside the windows. In the kitchen, a center island with prep sink is bracketed by a fabulous, six-burner Wolf range at one end and a counter/breakfast bar at the other. The kitchen has a walk-in pantry, a huge refrigeration system and a wine cooler. The Great Room is the heart of the house; wrapped in windows and anchored by a wood-burning fireplace set in a wall of Wyoming stone. A huge flat screen TV is mounted above the fireplace; below is a wide stone ledge that radiates warmth. Welcoming sofas and armchairs are grouped around a wide coffee table; firelight dances over the walls. Like the Great Room, the master bedroom sits at the top of the house, beams spanning the high ceiling. Huge picture windows frame the Tetons. The soft, snowy king bed faces a wide stone fireplace – gas fired – and a big flat screen TV above it. A pair of chairs wait in an alcove, the perfect quiet place for morning coffee, and the floor is carpeted in soft ivory wool. A walk-in closet offers ample clothes storage.