|Space||1,200 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Each of our bedrooms has a queen bed. The Shoshone Room has its own bathroom. It also has two entrances, one of which leads to a flagstone patio. The Mountain View Room shares a bathroom with the Hummingbird Room.
The kitchen is large and has everything needed to cook with, including spices, pots and pans dishes.
The living room has a large fireplace and television DVD's, WiFi, Direct TV with HBO, games and hand-made log furniture.
The flagstone patio has BB-cue and patio tables and chairs. Lean back and watch the aerial show between the hawks and the blackbirds.
The sky is so bright it hurt your eyes as there is no pollution. This makes star gazing amazing. Really!
Climb the mountain behind the cabin and look down on a volcanic lake which has no bottom, at least, the old timers have never found it.
Walk down to the stream and soak your feet after a hard day of hiking which is the main event in the canyons.
My wife is a retired nurse who dedicated her life in the service of others. First as a rancher in Duckwater Nevada until age fifteen. Then she was shipped to Oklahoma to care for a family as a nanny. She then had four boys and worked full time. For the next forty-five years she worked as a nurse. If she can't find someone to care for, she cares for the animals. I have never heard her complain about how hard she has worked. She is amazing! She is a Shoshone Native American.
Me, I am just a lucky fool. Oh, she is also beautiful.
Terry Behling purchased this cabin in 1993
My relatives were the first settlers in Glendale, however, I didn't grow up here. My wife and I found this property and my relatives by traveling through the area and fell in love with it. The area is called Long Valley.
When the city folks come here, they can't believe how quiet it is. Every animal that was ever here, is still here. Our property boarders on the Pauncigaunt Plateau which is a pristine wilderness. We have the biggest mule deer in the world here and all the other animals from the Wild West.
We stayed at the Cabin the second week of April. Our family of five was more then comfortable in this three bedroom house, and we could have easily invited more people and it would still be fine (bedrooms also have a fold out beds in the closets). Talking about sleeping, I really appreciated nice and cozy linens. Kitchen and pantry were well equipped, not that we did lots of cooking since we wanted to spend our vacation outdoors. But still, it felt good coming to the cabin, which you can tell owners keep in great condition. Also, it's lovely decorated with Native people art, so that was neat! We took trips to Zion and Bryce, it would take us about 45 min to reach each one. Parking in Zion fills up early, 9.30-10am, but you can try to park next to the Museum, or Springdale. Shuttle system in Zion is fantastic and helps a lot; the one in Bryce was just about to start running when we were heading home. All in all, nature is beautiful, the house warm and inviting, owners ready to offer advice if you need it. There's plenty of maps and travel guides left for you in living room, which we noticed too late, sine we relied on internet as usual... There seems to be a good German bakery in Orderville which we unfortunately didn't go to... but next time perhaps! :)
We had a very comfortable stay. Beds are great, plenty of space, well stocked kitchen and very pleasant surroundings. Audrey and Terry were attentive to our needs. Felt like home to us!
We enjoyed our stay here for 4 nights in October. This house is centrally located between Zion and Bryce, which was convenient for going to both parks. The back patio was nice, but it was a bit too cold to use in October. The house was very clean and everything worked fine. The only downside is that there isn't much in the way of restaurants nearby. However, if you are cooking, then this is not a problem.
We couldn't have picked a better place. We were touring Utah and the National Parks. This was our first stop to see Arches and Canyonland. We picked Moah as our place to start since it was in between the two parks. The place was clean and will kept. They had everything you need. You will not be disappointed.
We felt very comfortable in our secluded cabin. It was off the beaten path which we just loved because we got to see a lot of wildlife. Everything imaginable was provided for us from laundry detergent to a cooler which we used for our beverages and snacks. We loved the decor, the coziness of the cottage and the outside patio. The only regret was that we were on the go so much that we didn't get the opportunity to really take advantage of our rental. If I was out that way again I wouldn't hesitate to stay there again.
We stayed here for 6 nights in late August and used it as out home base for exploring Zion, Bryce, Grand Staircase and the Grand Canyon. The place is very clean, well stocked, roomy and comfortable. Audrey and Bruce are wonderful hosts and (along with Rocket the wonder dog!) go out of there way to make you feel welcome and at home. When I come back to visit this area again i would definitely stay here again. I highly recommend it. The only downside to this place is the lack of decent restaurants nearby but if you cook your own food (and save a lot of $$), the kitchen is very well stocked and equipped.
Our property is located between Bryce and Zion National Parks on a pristine trout stream. We have Hummingbirds by the 100's. And several very rare birds near our bird feeders. There is a hidden lake that can be viewed, if you hike up the mountain. The East Fork of the Virgin River flows through our property.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|cleaning||£57.98 + Tax|
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