Heated radiant floors, high-design fittings, and a communal spirit rooted in Jackson Hole’s homesteading history await the modern-day explorer at the recently opened Cache House, an elegant new hostel at the heart of the celebrated Wyoming Valley. Like its sister property Anvil, a 50-room hotel located directly above, Cache House is also the work of Brooklyn-based Studio Tack. The space, which once served as a blacksmith shop and later a hostel in the 1990s, was gut-renovated and infused with a new minimalist aesthetic imbued with warm and welcoming, rustic touches.

Cache House encourages a sense of community in its cozy, 800-square-foot lobby furnished with custom lighting, sofas from TRNK Studio and Lawson Fenning, and chairs from Fern NYC.
Located just outside of Town Square on Cache Street, Cache House is named after its location and its "cached" position directly beneath the Anvil Hotel.
An oiled white oak reception desk welcomes guests to the lobby, where they can also enjoy complimentary Snake River Roasting Co. coffee.

See more on Dwell.com: Cache House – Jackson, Wyoming

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