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Recent Kanab reviews

  • Loved it here!

    "I just want to add my accolades to Roger's review. The home was spacious and comfortable, well decorated, and had everything on hand that one would need for the stay. And it was spotlessly clean! My bed in the second bedroom was extremely comfortable, including the pillows. While a big reason for coming to southern Utah was to visit the parks and get out doing things, this house was such a pleasant venue that spending some time just relaxing there "at home", whether inside with all the windows and views, or out on the porch, was a special treat as well. Lastly, its location is convenient to the parks, and the town of Kanab is a very likable town with useful amenities."
    Guest: Jackie P. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 16, 2016
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  • Cozy cottage

    "This cottage is charming and comfortable, and Sue is a wonderful "hostess". The place has everything anyone could want or need, and the back yard is such a cozy place to relax in the evening and enjoy wake up coffee in the morning. It is beautifully appointed inside and out, and I can't wait to go back."
    Guest: ML Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 25, 2016
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  • Great vacation property!

    "We spent 4 nights in Kanab at the cottage. It was a good fit for our family. We had 7 of us and had plenty of room to spread out. Everyone loved the front porch in the afternoon for a gathering spot, and we had the fire pit and the back patio for evening grilling and chilling. The kitchen was roomy (though a bit dark) and well supplied. Plenty of seating for all inside and out. Laundry is available in the basement. The house is so central to the sights. We did a day at Zion (45 minutes), day at Bryce (1 1/2 hours), and Lake Powell/Lower Antelope Canyon (about 1 1/2 hours). The Grand Canyon is about an hour or more south, but it was closed when we were there. We were able to walk everywhere in town for breakfast or dinner, the food store is close by for supplies. We did have a few gripes. The shower, while newly renovated and modern, was either running out of hot water or the water was too hot and couldn't be turned down. Seemed a little out of place in an old house, but it was nice when it worked for the lucky ones who got the hot water. Upstairs ceiling is low, so tall people beware. Nice apartment type arrangement up there with private bath and living room separate from the rest of the house. We did blow the circuit breaker turning on a stand-up lamp at the top of the stairs. The back patio and yard were great, but we felt like it hadn't been tended in a while. We had to sweep up a lot of dirt and leaves before we hung out there, and there was a hole dug in the at the edge of the patio which hadn't been filled in yet. There seemed to be outdoor speakers and party lights, but we never did figure out how to get any of those working. Those were minor items overall as the overall experience was great - everyone had a wonderful time and loved hanging out at the house. Highly recommend it for a group or family vacation!"
    Guest: Cathy H. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: May 22, 2016
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  • New railing

    "We put in new railing so toddlers are safe!! From Mark - caretaker"
    Guest: Mark G. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 18, 2016
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