Are you looking for an escape from the city? Look no further. We have a beautiful 2000 sq ft log cabin that sits in the trees at 8000 ft. Only 15 miles NE from Park City, Utah. This location is the best of both worlds. Close enough to skiing, restaurants and shopping but far enough to have the solitude of nature all around you.
The kitchen is appointed with granite counter tops, bar with stools and modern stainless steel appliances. It comes equipped with all dishes, pots and pans, coffee pot, blender, etc. Everything for your cooking needs. The kitchen is open to a large dining table (seats 8 to 10 people) and living area where there is a couch, love seat, 52" TV, (Direct TV/DVD) and stereo. The home is heated with a pellet stove in the living area as well as a forced air furnace if needed. There is a half bath off the kitchen. The master bedroom is right off the kitchen and is cozy with a queen bed and a propane stove for those chilly nights. The master bathroom has beautiful travertine and slate tile, jetted corner tub, double sinks and a large shower with duel shower heads. There is also a walk in closet. Upstairs there is a loft with a large sectional (sofa bed) and game table as well as Nintendo for the kids. There are two bedrooms upstairs each with a queen bed. A full bathroom has sinks with the tub/shower and toilet (in separate room) that is located in between the bedrooms. The laundry area is in the basement. Our cabin has a garage so your car stays out of the elements.
Our cabin has winter access, however you need a 4 wheel drive vehicle and chains. This road is narrow and can be very challenging to drive on. This is non negotiable. We want your stay to be safe as well as fun. Also our full time neighbors depend on that road to get to work, etc and if someone is stuck it impacts the whole mountain.
Our log home is a very special place. Summer-Fall you can see moose, deer and elk on our property or maybe an occasional fox trotting up the road and hawks flying overhead. Sit out on the large deck and soak in sun and the beauty that surrounds you. In the winter the glistening snow, green pine trees and blue sky are breathtaking. Snowshoes are available.
We hope you enjoy our beautiful log home as much as we do.
Welcome to our mountain retreat. We want you to enjoy our home. Please note that rowdy parties are not allowed. Always keep screens closed while doors are opened to keep chipmunks and other critters out. Keep deck gates closed at night.
Please make sure the propane tank for the grill and fire pit is turned off after using them. Please conserve water by using bath towels more than one time.
There are recycling crates next to the water cooler. Please put rinsed out glass in the crate labeled glass. Plastic, cardboard and cans go into the other crate.
BEFORE YOU LEAVE:
Please leave dirty towels in the bath tubs.
Leave the beds unmade that were used.
Make sure dirty dishes are washed. If you have time before leaving please put dishes away.
Leave all rooms picked up and check for any personal items.
Make sure the grill is clean and propane tank is turned off. Make sure the deck gates are closed.
Please make sure all doors upstairs are closed. The master bedroom, living room, and sliding glass door should be closed and locked. DO NOT lock the doors going to the basement or garage.
Please take all garbage with you. There are dumpsters as you exit near the bottom on Forest Meadows Road on your left.
If you have any questions or need assistance with anything please let us know.
I live near Salt Lake City Utah. My husband Gil and I Have been married 48 years! We have three daughters and four grandsons and one grand daughter. We love seeing new places, meeting new people, experiencing local cuisine and music. I can't live without my dog Crosby, my family,my cabin near Park City, wildlife, outdoor music and dancing. Love Hawaii, Hermosa Beach and San Diego. To Kill a Mockingbird is my favorite movie. Michael Franti and Spearhead is my favorite band. I love fresh food. We have done home exchanges for years. We know how important it is to respect the home we are visiting. We are vey considerate and responsible. Always be amazed by the nature that surrounds you!