11 Most Unique Airbnbs in Wyoming

Wyoming is a state known for its intense natural beauty, home to two of the most renowned national parks in the United States: Yellowstone and Grand Teton.

The entire Wyoming area is rich is beauty, though, beyond the area around Jackson Hole which is the center of much of the tourism in the state.

This guide to where to stay in Wyoming includes quirky and beautiful Wyoming Airbnbs all over the state for all budgets.

These Airbnbs in Wyoming range from log cabins made from reclaimed wood to renovated sheepwagons to baller penthouse suites in Jackson Hole. Truly, there is something for every one and every budget in the Cowboy State.

Wyoming Airbnbs in Cody

Rocky Mountain Getaway

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A rustic retreat nestled in the heart of Cody that’s an easy walking distance to downtown yet tucked away in a quiet neighborhood, while the Shoshone River and Paul Stock nature trails are just blocks away,

This home is tastefully decorated to convey an authentic western experience. It features a spacious open living room, leather furniture, and a wood stove fan for cool evenings. The kitchen is open and fully stocked with all the necessary utensils.

Here, you’ll be able to enjoy your morning coffee in the cheery four seasons sunroom before heading out to explore Cody and Yellowstone.

The home also features two bedrooms and a roomy bathroom with a full-size washe

There is a private, fenced backyard with fire pit, grill, and outdoor furniture that allows you to enjoy the evenings outside

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Almosta Ranch Lodge

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This rustic log cabin lodge is the perfect Wyoming Airbnb for those who want a touch of the rustic Old West.

Spacious enough to comfortably house seven, this 3-bedroom cabin has a good-sized modern kitchen, a separate dining area, and an enormous living area complete with taxidermy, leather couches, antlers, and just an overall Western vibe!

Besides the spacious 2,000+-square-foot lodge with 3 bedrooms, plenty of room for a large family or group of friends, there is a large amount of ranch area to enjoy.

There’s a large pond and a small island with bridge access, as well ranch animals such as Highland cows (the fuzziest and cutest cows in existence) and Hereford cows, as well as chickens and dogs.

There’s also a vintage railcar bridge on the property and a privately-owned covered bridge. While the house itself is beautiful, the impressive grounds of this ranch are the true selling point!

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Heart Mountain Japanese Cabin

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This beautifully designed cabin in Powell, just outside of Cody, combines a classic Western location with Eastern-inspired architecture, particularly Japanese elements.

The door to the bedroom is classically Japanese, recalling a tea house with a red-gridded sliding screen door, whereas the bed is a simple, comfortable bed a step above a tatami mat but still reminiscent of the same simplicity of a traditional Japanese ryokan (rural Japanese guesthouse).

The Japanese also love their ritual bath (onsen) so you will find a full bath with an elliptical bathtub as well as a two-person shower inside the cabin, as well as a cedar-lined dry sauna room.

The Japanese cabin is located on the Big Quiet Farm Stays property, a 400-acre organic farm with plenty of space for hiking and taking in the views of the Big Horn Basin. While you could easily enjoy the solitude of the Japanese cabin as much as you like, there is also a communal firepit where you can meet others staying on the farm property.

There’s also a horseshoe pit, plenty of hiking and mountain biking trails, as well as the ability to tour the farm — one of Wyoming’s only organic farms!

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The Molesworth House

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This charming vintage-decorated house dates back to 1937. It’s kept its retro charms inspired by cowboy, Native American, and Western design elements, all while remaining modern and up-to-date.

The wooden walls make everything feel warm, cabin-y, and oh-so-cozy. There’s a great living room area to enjoy a fire around while sitting in on a cozy leather sofa or a rocking chair, as well as a full kitchen and spacious dining area.

Despite the vintage style, expect modern amenities like WiFi, A/C, and televisions in the main bedrooms.

With five bedrooms, this is a great place to stay with a group of friends, or perhaps multiple families traveling together, as everyone gets their own space.

The outdoor area is quite spacious and encompasses a covered outdoor kitchen, a farmhouse dining table that seats ten, 2 BBQ grills, a fire pit, a covered porch with patio seating, and a private yard.

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Past guests say:

“Host was very accommodating! The Molesworth House is a well-loved place!!

Yurt Next to Clarks Fork of Yellowstone River

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Have you ever wanted to stay in a yurt? It’s one of my favorite types of unique accommodation!

There’s something about the round environment that makes it far more spacious-feeling than it is in terms of square footage, and this yurt in Cody is extremely charming and well-designed for the perfect Wyoming glamping experience.

Because of the yurt’s construction and lack of heating, it’s not available in the winter months, so look for this Airbnb from May through August.

The interior is really charming, with exposed cross-hatching showing the yurt’s construction, and furniture and rugs that complement the colors of the yurt.

The kitchen is small but well-appointed, perfect for making some meals which the group can enjoy together around the five-person dining table.

There are 3 beds sleeping a total of five people, so it’s great for a family of 5 or a group of five friends that don’t mind bunking up in a few of the beds.

However, do note that because it’s a yurt, there’s no bathroom inside the yurt itself, but rather an outhouse extremely close by. It’s fit with an Incinolet toilet and an outdoor shower (which is private and closed off).

If an outhouse icks you out, this isn’t the Airbnb for you! But if it sounds like the beginning of a fun adventure, you won’t regret staying in this charming Cody Airbnb.

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Past guests say:

“We loved our stay here! What a fun adventure in a very cool and unique property! JK was wonderful about meeting us, an arrival tour, answering questions… and the breakfast, YUM! We really enjoyed everything about the Yurt… including the tree climbing, fire pit, shower, and the toilet/incinolet, ha! They were crowd favorites for my crew! Plenty of room inside to sleep 5 comfortably. It was a little further from Yellowstone than we would have liked, but the local hikes and waterfalls made up for it. Plus on our way out we took the scenic Beartooth Highway, a must! The drive included rise to nearly 11,000 ft elevation – beautiful!”

Wyoming Airbnbs in Jackson Hole

Baitshop Cabin

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The Baitshop Cabin is the perfect Airbnb in Jackson: not too basic, not too luxe. The house strikes the perfect balance between rustic and modern with its vintage-feeling furniture and coordinated color palette.

On top of being spacious, the living room area features a fireplace, and the extra bathrooms are a much-needed bonus considering the house’s six-guest capacity. The price is a bit high, but split between a large party, it can be more than reasonable.

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Boasting large windows and sliding doors that connect to the deck, the Baitshop Cabin is sure to be bright and lively throughout the day. Speaking of the deck, this is a great place to sit back and enjoy the view of Snow King and the surrounding neighborhood.

Skiers will especially appreciate this resort, thanks to how close it is to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and Grand Targhee Resort.

If that’s not your scene, worry not – you’ll be within walking distance of Jackson’s Town Square, giving you plenty of places to shop, dine, and wine, as well as an easy drive from Grand Teton National Park or even Yellowstone National Park just a bit further away.

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Past guests say:

“The cabin was very nice! It had a view of a mountain in the background. It had the perfect location to go anywhere. Everything you needed was provided! Great stay!!”

Pearl at Jackson

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This incredible house puts the extra in extravagant with its stunning design that’ll keep you coming back to this Airbnb in Jackson year after year!

The main living area features stylish furniture with just a hint of vintage – it comes equipped with a fireplace, designer chairs, a guitar, and plenty of windows that keep the place bright and add to the amazing atmosphere.

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While some Airbnbs in Jackson may boast two bathrooms, The Pearl has two full-blown baths, and you can see Jackson and the surrounding mountains in the best light from the third-floor deck.

What’s more, you’ll have access to a fitness area, spa, and an on-site restaurant. Then there’s the outdoor hot tub – completely private and with stunning views of Snow King Ski Resort.

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Past guests say:

“Wonderful location beautiful views!”

Adobe at Moosehead Cabin

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  • 8 guests
  • 2 bedrooms (5 beds, some are sofa beds)
  • Prices from $930/night
  • Check the listing on Booking as well as on VRBO for details

This beautiful log cabin with Western inspiration located in Jackson Hole is the perfect escape, winter or summer.

The crown jewel of this beautiful luxury cabin is its great room: combining the living room, dining area, and kitchen into one open-flow room that’s insanely spacious and inviting, centered around a grand fireplace.

The windows are huge, streaming in natural light into the main level of the house. The lower level contains the home’s two bedrooms, with gorgeous mountain views. The master room includes an en-suite bath with a deep soaking tub with separate shower. The second room contains either two twin beds or it can be converted into a king bed upon request of the property. This room also has a private bathroom, with his-and-hers sinks and a shower and a tub.

The outdoor spots are plentiful as well. There’s a stone terrace on the lower level for enjoying a cup of coffee with a mountain view, whereas the upper wooden deck has a gas grill, hot tub, and picnic table.

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Past guests say:

“My wife and I rented moose head lodge for our 10th anniversary. We loved the cabin and the decor. A perfect Wyoming getaway. The cabin and mountain view was surpassed only by the moose we saw just outside the cabin window. one morning! Awesome stay.”

Wyoming Airbnbs in Buffalo

U2 Horse Glamping

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This lovely 20-are property is located on Rock Creek, where they run a fishing camp in the summer months. The property is home to one yurt, built on a platform right in front of the pasture where horses graze.

So if you want to wake up to views of horses grazing right outside your glamping tent windows, this is exactly the place!

This glamping tent is 14 by 16 and fits a large queen bed with a memory foam mattress, as well as two side tables, interior lights, and a patio space.

Note that the glamping tent does not have a private toilet, but there is a camp toilet as well as a sun shower (outdoors but private) available.

Families will love the smaller tipi-style tent space with cots and pads, where up to 3 kids can play, relax, and even sleep away from their parents if the parents want the glamping tent to themselves.

There’s also a charcoal grill on-site for grilling and plenty of space to enjoy an outdoor meal in the summer.

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Wyoming Airbnbs in Casper

Geodesic Dome Cabin

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Have you ever wanted to stay in a geodesic dome house? Well, in this gorgeous mountainside Wyoming Airbnb, you can do just that!

This geodesic dome house is the perfect winter escape, located right on groomed snowmobile trails which you can access by snowmobile, snowshoe, or cross-country skis.

In the winter, you’ll need to trek in the 1.6 miles on a snowmobile (or skis or snowshoes!). In summer, though, it’s an easy road to drive in as long as your car has decent clearance.

This beautiful dome cabin is located on 2 acres of mountainous land, and the Airbnb includes a main floor, a lofted room, and a deck. There’s a full kitchen, cplete with oven, stove, microwave, and coffee pot, as well as a dining area for enjoying meals as a group.

The loft can hold up to two air mattresses (sleeping 4 people), whereas the main floor has a queen sleeper sofa. Use your discretion as to whether a loft is suitable for children.

While there is electricity and running water, due to the remoteness of the location, the water isn’t potable, so be sure to bring your own water for drinking and cooking.

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Past guests say:

“A great place set in a very primitive setting. The Dome comes with some nice amenities making for a perfect place to relax or explore.”

“We wanted to immerse ourselves in the mountains and the dome exceeded our expectations. If you are traveling in winter, it is worth every penny to rent the ATV. Expect to have a beautiful sunrise in a cozy dome when you stay here. Hosts are very helpful!”

Wyoming Airbnbs in Saratoga

Encampment Forest Ranger Cabin

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Staying in Encampment? Trust me, you’ll love it!

If you can forgive the awful pun, I’ll show you why this is one of the most unique homes in Wyoming worth staying in!

Yes, it’s rustic, and yes, that’s kind of the point! The key of staying in a property like this it to get away from it all and reconnect with nature.

Just under 11 miles from the quaint town of Encampment. This warm and welcoming 1-bed, 1-bath log cabin boasts a rustic interior with a kitchenette, vaulted ceilings, natural sunlight, and plenty of charm.

You’ll be able to relax on the deck, and fire up the grill for a sunset dinner while enjoying the peaceful, natural open space all around you.

Designed with fly fishers in mind, this single-story cabin offers all the mountain essentials, plenty of jaw-dropping views to immerse yourself in Wyoming!

There’s also a well-equipped kitchen featuring cookware, cooking basics, knife set, drip coffee maker, mini-fridge. For your winter comfort, there’s also central heating available

If you’re a fishing enthusiast, remember that Encampment River is 10 miles away, North Platte River, 11 and Water Valley Fish and Recreation Pond, 19.9 miles. In Encampment you can visit Grand Encampment Museum, Saratoga (28.2 miles), and Saratoga Hobo Hot Springs.

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Past guests say:

“The cabin was just what I had hoped it would be. I loved the fact it was very isolated and rustic. The conveniences in the cabin were fine and appropriate for the setting. Would not hesitate to recommend for a tranquil stay.”

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