The Cabin is a lovely 1940s log home set into a hillside on the slopes of Snow King, the original ski mountain in downtown Jackson. Towering shade trees keep it cool and secret in summer and brimming with sunlight in winter. The Cabin is tucked in to a hillside just above town, a rare and graceful retreat in Jackson Hole’s vibrant center. Everything is quickly and easily accessible from here – downtown Jackson, the rodeo, the Teton County Fair. A half-flight of stairs leads from the living area up to the bedroom wing. There are three bedrooms on this level and a bunkroom at the top of the house; in all, ten people can sleep at The Cabin. The master bedroom has a grand king bed. In the master bath is a wonderful, walk-in shower tiled in stone, with an interior window for extra light. Two guest bedrooms and a shared bathroom stand along a short hallway on this level. In the first guest room, spacious and sunlit, a king bed built of peeled logs faces a flat screen TV. The second bedroom is a true camp classic with two twin beds built of logs from Cody, WY with Hudson Bay blankets. The shared guest bathroom is a gem, with brilliant, garnet-hued walls, a soaking tub/shower combination and a wide, carved wood door. A sunny, cheerful mud room is reached through a door in the bathroom. A staircase with rustic banisters climbs to the top of the house, where the bunkroom and “play” room await. The rustic bunk beds have four welcoming berths, piled with pillows. In the playroom, a deep couch and comfy armchairs surround a game table; a flat screen TV is mounted on the wall. The Cabin is tucked in to a hillside just above town, a rare and graceful retreat in Jackson Hole’s vibrant center. Everything is quickly and easily accessible from here – downtown Jackson, the rodeo, the Teton County Fair. And yet the property is a true sanctuary, screened with trees and a yard big enough for lawn games, outdoor dining, fireside ghost stories.