Wyoming has more of a storied history than most realize. Although it is widely renowned as the location of Yellowstone National Park, Women have enjoyed some singular “firsts” in Wyoming. It is also the first state to give women the right to vote. It was also the first state to elect a woman governor, Nellie Tayloe Ross in 1925. In keeping with this theme, the designation of the first national monument was given to Devil’s Tower in 1906. Wyoming is also home to Grand Teton National Park, the Old Faithful Geyser, ski area Jackson Hole and the Flaming Gorge.
Luxury Wyoming Vacation Rentals
At Villaway.com, our discerning guests expect the best in their vacation homes. With our luxury Wyoming vacation properties, we deliver on that expectation. Ranging from a cozy 2 bedroom and 2 bath home accommodating a group of 4 to 7 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms accommodating 16, we’ve got what you’re searching for. The majority of our luxury Wyoming vacation homes are stately log properties, with incredibly dramatic vistas from walls of windows. Extensive decks feature rustic Adirondack chairs, heaters and hot tubs. You may be occasionally rewarded with a fleeting glimpse of wildlife. Inside these properties, you’ll find grand living spaces spanning multiple stories, floor-to-ceiling stone fireplaces, professional quality kitchens, with Viking, Miele and Sub-Zero appliances. Bedrooms are overly spacious, with seating areas and extravagant baths. As expected in these luxury Wyoming vacation rentals, you’ll also find dedicated office space, game rooms and massage rooms.
Attractions Near Luxury Wyoming Vacation Rentals
A visit to Yellowstone National Park should top the list of “to do’s” while visiting Wyoming. Besides Old Faithful, it is home to 2.2 million acres often described as America’s ‘wonderland.’ Bison still roam free in the valleys, sightings of grizzly and black bears are common, as are elk, antelope, gray wolves, and bald eagles. Don’t forget the Grand Prismatic Spring, a large hot spring that has a vivid rainbow ring on the surface. A large tourism draw is the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo. In annual operation since 1919, this celebration of Wyoming’s roots has gotten larger and larger as the years have passed. The festival lasts ten days and includes major concerts, parades, a carnival, a western art show, and a re-enacted American Indian village.