Arts festival and Western Design Conference visit included in guest ranch package
Dubois, Wyoming – Guests of Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa can get the best of town and country in Wyoming this September with a Fall Arts Day Out package. Guests can catch highlights of the culturally-rich Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival with a trip into nearby downtown Jackson, Wyoming, while enjoying the outdoor activities and connection to nature deep in Shoshone National Forest backcountry with a stay at Brooks Lake Lodge. Just a short drive from Jackson Hole, the nearly 100-year-old historical guest ranch is an exclusive, all-inclusive luxury resort complete with a full-service spa perched on the alpine Brooks Lake alongside the Pinnacle Buttes.
Brooks Lake Lodge created the four-night Fall Arts Day Out package, offered September 7-11, 2017, to allow guests the chance to experience the fun and lively crowds of artists and visitors in Jackson with some signature events of the famous Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, including the Western Design Conference (WDC). Brooks Lake Lodge will drive guests to Jackson on Sept. 8 to spend time at the Western Design Conference Exhibit + Sale, the only event of its kind, where more than 130 juried artists, craftsmen and fashion and interior designers showcase and sell handcrafted museum-quality functional creations that capture the spirit of the West. The WDC is a shopper’s delight and gives guests a chance to check out best-of-the-West design while mixing and mingling with talented artists and designers.
After exploring the WDC, guests can enjoy the highly popular fall arts festival event known as “Palates & Palettes,” where over 30 art galleries stay open late to showcase magnificent art with complimentary food and wine as art-lovers stroll Jackson’s wooden sidewalks around scenic town square. Brooks Lake Lodge guests also will have the opportunity to enjoy a meal in Jackson’s thriving restaurant scene before returning to Brooks Lake Lodge for a peaceful night’s rest.
The Brooks Lake Lodge Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival Day Out package includes accommodations, all resort meals, activities and spa access—plus round-trip transportation to Jackson Hole on Friday, Sept. 8, and tickets to the Western Design Conference. Rates for the Sept. 7-11, 2017, four-night all-inclusive package for two starts at $4,396, double occupancy (rate includes Lodge meals, activities, taxes and resort fees, transportation to Jackson, tickets to the Western Design Conference; dinner at Jackson restaurant not included).
Providing each guest with a transformational experience is the mission of Brooks Lake Lodge – ensuring that guests are getting the most out of the sprawling mountain playground, perfect for activities such as horseback riding, hiking, fishing and canoeing while enjoying a variety of gourmet meals served in the historical dining hall and a unique afternoon fireside tea time. Guests can also enjoy a variety of spa services such as a hot stone massage or fruit active glow facial at the on-site Rocky Mountain Spa.
About Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa
Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa, a nearly 100-year-old historic guest ranch near Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park, sits at 9,200 feet above sea level one mile from the North American Continental Divide, with views of the Pinnacle Buttes, Austin’s Peak and Brooks Mountain. Surrounded by mountains, evergreen forests, wildlife and the alpine Brooks Lake, the exclusive, all-inclusive Wyoming Rocky Mountain resort offers five-star service, luxury accommodations and gourmet dining. The new separate spa facility was built with Western craftsman-style detailing to complement the historic lodge. A dude ranch by summer and ski and snowmobile haven in the winter, the lodge provides year-round activities for outdoor enthusiasts. All-inclusive rates include lodging, meals, activities and spa access. For additional information and reservations visit www.brookslake.com or call 866.213.4022.
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