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Alpine is a short scenic drive from the Jackson hole tourist area and the Flying Saddle is the perfect place to stay in Alpine. My wife and I stayed in the cabin and it made for the best romantic setting. Outside our window was the...More
It is a nice place near Jackson. It has a wonderful sight to the mountains and the snake river. The dog area is very nice, my dog loved it. We could see some wildlife while we were at the river. We did not get a...More
My family & I stayed here for two nights. Our room was clean and we had two sinks - one in the bathroom and one in the room area - this was very handy for multiple people to be able to get around in the...More
It has been a while since we ate at this resort's restaurant but the wait was worth it!
The Mother's Day brunch surpassed all our expectations in a very positive way. The seating was both out as well as inside with live music and several...More
Wonderful scenery and very nice property. Great find for the price. Great staff.
We had a room in the hotel building with mountain view, with balcony and all the things you need. Very comfy beds as well. Good free parking
The only negative thing was...More
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I think Flying Saddle is pet friendly, but I'm not positive as I have not taken my dog. There is a section of lawn designated as a 'pet area' and I recall seeing a man walking a small dog on my last stay- but you should... More
I think Flying Saddle is pet friendly, but I'm not positive as I have not taken my dog. There is a section of lawn designated as a 'pet area' and I recall seeing a man walking a small dog on my last stay- but you should probably call them to be sure.