Sweet, comfortable, two bedroom cabin. Sweeping views of redrock and mountains. Elevation 7100. Hardwood maple floors, wood stove. No TV. No kitchen, exactly, but most cooking needs metQuiet. Take morning/evening walks in our little hamlet/neighborhood. Wifi. Day hikes in Capitol Reef Park. Amazing star gazing at night. Local park a block away.
Newish two bedroom cabin. Sweeping views of redrock and mountains. Elevation 7100. Hardwood maple floors, wood stove. Cooking/eating amenities include: small fridge, microwave, burners, coffeemaker, electric hot water maker, toaster, pots & pans, dishes, utensils. 1 bedroom - queen & 1 bedroom - 2 singles (very comfortable beds). Down comforters. No TV. Decent internet access - streaming works fine. The cabin sits about 50 ft from the main house. You can have as much privacy as you like, or come by for a cup of tea, when we're in town. Teasdale is a beautiful little hamlet of about 150 people, right next to Torrey, UT which sits on the edge of Capitol Reef National Park.
The high elevation means it is usually delightful weather in the summer, no need for air conditioning. Mid-June through mid-July is bright and sunny in the 70s and low 80s, typically. In later July and mid-August is the monsoon season, so we typically have thunder showers in the afternoon/early evening with spectacular cloud displays.
Capitol Reef Park is full of hiking trails and on the western edge of the Four Corners Region. It is one of the lesser known national parks because everyone heads to Arches, Bryce and Zion (which makes us happy since it keeps the numbers of visitors down). What people often don't know is that Arches and Zion are lower in elevation and really hot mid-summer - while we are quite comfortable!
No pets in the cabin. We have 1 very precious, polite dog, Lucy. She is always in our fenced in yard or in the main house.
This is a very bucolic, rural area. The main grocery store is 17 miles away in Loa, UT. In the summer in Torrey, from April thru October, there is "The Chuck Wagon" open everyday, where you can get necessities, basic foods. There is 1 liquor store in the county, in Bicknell about 7 miles away - again not open on Sundays. You can get beer at The Chuck Wagon, though.
Zugang für Gäste
We have a fire pit in the back, as well as a grill. And if you'd like to do laundry, just ask and we'll set you up.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We travel a lot but love to say hi and meet guests when we are here.
Weitere wichtige Infos
There is no kitchen, though a fridge, microwave, 2 burner hot plate, coffee maker and dishes, etc. The hardest part is doing dishes in the bathroom sink!
No smoking inside.
We don't allow any pets inside the cabin. If you have a pet you want to bring and keep outside, let's talk about it.
John and I have lived in this beautiful redrocked land since 1994. We both have degrees in Transpersonal Psychology, and do work in the meditation and recovery world... We've been wilderness guides and therapists for many years. John speaks German and Spanish.