Macker's Cabin - 5BR + Loft Home + Private Hot Tub
A log cabin handcrafted with large living in mind. Tucked away in the trees beside a babbling brook, the cabin feels like an enclave unto itself, yet its proximity to the Aspens makes it convenience incarnate.
Conveniently located four miles from Teton Village, Macker’s Cabin sits directly across from the Aspens entrance, making it steps away from the Aspens market.
A log cabin hand-crafted with large living in mind. Tucked away in the trees beside a babbling brook, the cabin feels like an enclave unto itself, yet its proximity to the Aspens makes it convenience incarnate. The experience outside with the ground floor patio featuring a hot tub, gas grill and seating. A brand new upstairs deck affords mountain views. The magic continues inside: river rock lines the foyer, and taxidermy mounts peak from the great room. Beside the front door lies a bedroom with twin bunk beds, a stereo, closet and built-in shelves. Artful light fixtures and photography decorate the walls. Continue on into the great room, where huge windows funnel in light. The two-story river rock fireplace, fronted by an intricate fireplace screen, presides over the expansive living space. Two deep leather sofas and a matching loveseat offer ample seating in front of the big-screen plasma TV and DVD player. Mounts of animals indigenous to the valley, from a massive bull moose to a wily jackalope, line the walls, as do historic photography and memorabilia. French doors open onto the aforementioned patio. An electric keyboard invites entertaining, as do the cubbies of board games.
The attached open kitchen features a vintage Frontier Gas sign and six tooled leather barstools. Meanwhile, a large dining table sets eight. Outfitted for gourmet cooking, the kitchen boasts custom cabinetry and new high-end appliances including a gas stove. A pantry, laundry room and full bathroom round out the living area amenities and a second ground-floor bedroom features a lodgepole pine king bed and a twin daybed. A gas stove, flat-screen TV and country Western bedding make for a cozy room.
Climb the stairs and find two twin beds tucked under the eaves of the loft overlooking the living room. Benches and a bookcase make the loft a lovely perch for more guests.
The first upstairs bedroom features a queen lodgepole pine bed and a vintage cobalt-blue stove. The ensuite bathroom features checkboard tiles and a closet. Its mirror bedroom lies across the hall with a queen bed, a telescope sighted on the Tetons and an ensuite bathroom with a closet and black-and-white tiles.
A recently-renovated mother-in-law apartment features a large deck, studio kitchen, dining table and living space with a leather loveseat, gas stove and TV. A washer/dryer is tucked inside a closet. The studio’s apartment features a queen bed with deck access and a brand new bathroom with slate floors, a river rock shower and pine countertops.
Minimum age for check-in is 18 years old.