4BR/ 3 BA, 1/2 House- Stay Three and Get One Free*
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- Minimum stay:N/A
- Pets allowed:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
~~~~~~~~~Stay THREE or more nights and receive an additional night FREE**~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Alta Hills Farm is located within 5 minutes of Little Cottonwood Canyon (Snowbird and Alta) and 8 minutes to Big Cottonwood Canyon (Brighton and Solitude). It is also located within 25 minutes to Park City and downtown Salt Lake City.
The mountain views from each room are breathtaking!
Alta Hills Farm has 4 rooms, all with new beautiful hardwood floors, furniture and fixtures. The main area has a couch area with a TV and fireplace as well as a full kitchen and eating area. There is also a computer available for use of any guest. The apartment is for the entire 2nd floor of the home and has a door that renters can lock and close off. The homeowner resides on the main floor of the home.
The Snowbird room has a king size bed and has its own private bath. The room also has its own TV.
The Deer Valley room has a queen size bed, a private bath with shower and a fireplace, as well as its own TV.
The Park City room has a queen size bed, a TV and a shared bath.
The Brighton room has two twin beds as well as its own TV. This room shares a hall bath with the Park City room.
The brand new hot tub on the 2nd floor deck is a wonderful place to rejuvinate yourself for the next day's adventures!
** This offer not valid December 24th thru 31st, you may only receive one free night per stay.
*This facility can also be used for those travelling cross country with their horses, as horses can be boarded here nightly.*
- Vacation Rental
- Non Smoking Only
- Children Welcome
- Pets Considered
- 4 Bedrooms, Sleeps 10, Beds for 8-10
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Bedroom 3
- 3.0 Bathrooms
- Bathroom 1
- Bathroom 2
- Bathroom 3
Kitchen & Dining
- Cooking Utensils
- Wood Fireplace
- Linens Provided
- Clothes Dryer
- Washing Machine
- Air Conditioning
- Parking For RV/Boat/Trailer
- Gas Fireplace
- Wood Stove
- DVD Player
- Satellite / Cable
- Wireless Internet
- Broadband Access
- Computer Available
Pool & Spa
- Hot Tub
- Jetted Tub
- Outdoor Grill
- Deck / Patio
- Rock Climbing
- Cross Country Skiing
- Basketball Court
- Mountain Biking
- Water Skiing
- Jet Skiing
- Fitness Center
- Horseback Riding
- Sight Seeing
- Wildlife Viewing
- Health/Beauty Spa
The property has an equestrian component for those hunter/ jumper enthusiasts. It includes a 42 stall barn with an indoor and outdoor arena. Please contact for boarding and or lesson information. This facility is also available if wanting to board your horse for short term while travelling....morecollapse
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Guest comment entered by owner
Beautiful! This place is wonderful. My family thoroughly enjoyed staying here. The hot tub out on the deck was incredible, to sit and look at all the stars- it took my breath away! The beds were cozy and the private kitchen was perfect to be able to make our lunches and snacks. Thanks so much! Would recommend to anyone!
- Guest John
- Date of stay 01/07/10
- Review Submitted 11/01/10
$249/Night for the entire apartment 1 day before, day of & 1 day after Holiday rate is $279/ night ***50.00 cleaning fee for stays longer than one night.
Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.
This owner accepts: Credit cards.
Call the owner directly to confirm reservation details and pay with an approved method (credit card, check, or bank transfer), to protect your payment up to $1,000.
Year Purchased: 1970
About the owner: Owner of Alta Hills Farm Equestrian Center in Sandy, Utah
Why the Owner Chose Sandy:
Gorgeous Location with Mountain Views
The Unique Benefits at this House:
Close to Skiing Home Sits on 3.5 Acres Equestrian Center
- Primary: (801) 664-2500 (Utah, USA)
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Alta Hills Farm
Park City Room
Common area with fireplace and TV
Full kitchen for guests
Deer Valley Room
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