This intimate, Scandinavian-style inn just might be the friendliest lodging in town. With 22 unique rooms (plus five cottages on Flat Creek, a few blocks away), a library with a crackling fireplace, and a sunny atrium where the chef serves local bread and homemade granola for breakfast, The Alpine House is more B&B than hotel. Every room is different, but all share a bright white color scheme, blond wood, and touches such as antique furniture or lofted beds. Perks include free use of cruiser bikes and a 24-hour “honor bar” stocked with wine and whiskey. Owners Hans and Nancy Johnstone are former Olympians and great resources for planning outdoor adventures in Jackson Hole.