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For a place to call home where the buffalo roam, look no further than this week's escape to The Wort Hotel in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Hole up à la Billy the Kid at this cowboy chic hideaway, where the Wild West fuses with modern creature comforts and fine Western American art at the feet of the majestic Grand Tetons.

Grab your favourite cowboy or cowgirl and stay for one night in a deluxe room, including breakfast for two, and valet parking for your trusty steed ($177). Escapees also receive two cocktails (try the Mango Margarita or Key Lime Martini) at the aptly named Silver Dollar Bar, whose counter actually consists of 2,032 silver dollars from 1921.

There's no showdown when it comes to service at this AAA Four Diamond Award-winning property — finer touches include a yellow rose left on your hypoallergenic duvet at turndown and a complimentary ski shuttle complete with cookies and hot cider.

If your boots are made for walkin', mosey on over to the restaurants, nightlife, and cowboy couture shopping just steps away in Jackson Hole Town Square. Trade in your Tony Lama boots and Stetson hat for ski boots and ear warmers for a day on the slopes, or snowmobile your way through Yellowstone National Park (only an hour away). Springtime guests can saddle up for a horseback riding adventure, or swap spurs for waders to experience Jackson Hole's world-class fly fishing.

Head west to The Wort Hotel and you'll find a luxurious home, home on the range.

Escape kit

  • A one-night stay for two in a deluxe room
  • Breakfast for two
  • Two cocktails at the Silver Dollar Bar
  • Valet parking

For details and to reserve your stay, visit LivingSocial Escapes.

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