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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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Recent Zion National Park reviews

  • Nice representation when entering

    "Everything in the condo was new/nice. Beds were very comfortable. Smart TV and satellite TV. Owner must be new to VRBO. Not very good description/pics of the property. The address leads you to the complex only, so when you arrive in the dark it's hard to find. Plumbing is very noisy, don't flush if you need to have a conversation or if someone is sleeping. Beware, towel bars come off the wall, and if you need to find your way to the bathroom in the middle of the night, you will need a flash light or cell phone. No night lights. Fyi...Not much parking. Only one car garage. I was told no parking on the streets. Part of a multi dwelling so parking is very limited. I can tell this owner does want a good vibe, but it needs a little work. Still giving it a thumbs up just in case she tends to items listed in this rating. 👍🏼"
    Guest: Tonya B. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: January 22, 2017
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  • Great, Rustic Experience!

    "The cabin is really nice. Just be sure you know what you are getting into first. The electricity runs by solar during the day and gas generator at night if you need it. This worked fine for us although the generator is super-loud. The cabin is in Kolob Terrace, near the reservoir, if you like fishing and near Lava Point, if you are up for a full-day hike on West Rim trail. It's an hour drive to either the Kolob Canyon or main park entrances. You have to drive all the way up Kolob Terrace Road-- which is spectacular both up and down!-- to get to the cabin. There are several trailheads off this road, within 15 or so min. of the cabin. The cabin is clean and well-maintained. All of the appliances and showers worked great. There is a nice outdoor fire pit and a couple of grills. The kitchenware could use an upgrade-- couldn't find a single sharp knife and the pots and pans were limited. The master bedroom is quite nice. The rest of the beds are all loft and bunk style. You could easily sleep 7 or 8 adults but those not in the master bedroom will be a bit cramped. It's a bit pricey considering how far it is from civilization but it was a unique experience and we had a fine time! I would not hesitate to stay here again."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: November 6, 2016
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  • Great house - might need a AWD vehicle in winter...

    "We had a great stay at the Gooseberry Lodge. The house is beautiful with amazing views. The kitchen is well equipped with everything you'd need and the beds were comfortable. My only suggestion to renters is if you're visiting during a time where there might be rain or snow, opt for an all-wheel drive or four-wheel drive vehicle. The hill up to the house is steep and a our wheels spun in the rain. And, we were unable to get out of the driveway one day after about a foot of snow. All credit to the host though, who immediately called the care taker to come help."
    Guest: Lara F. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 1, 2017
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  • Beautiful!

    "Booked this home for a holiday weekend getaway at the end of December. It was clean, cozy, more than comfortable. It has everything you need for a short vacation, not to mention the outside activities, in the winter there's snowboarding, snow mobiling, skiing or just hanging out in the snow. In warmer seasons you can hike and just about anything else. The home is imacculate, with a jet tub, stand in large shower, spacious master bedroom, I absolutely loved the living room and kitchen. There's kitchen utensils, blenders, toaster, and coffee maker. There's a landline and satalite tv and wifi and the service was pretty good despite windy/snowy weather. The house has windows everywhere! Large, unshaded, no blinds or shuttered windows in every room, so you can see everything outside and everything outside can see you - it's about the only thing that I just couldn't get used to. It's a little freaky at first, but the house does stand away from the other homes in the area on a hill too surrounded by woods. The flood and outside lights made me feel a little at ease. But I was not aware it would be so open, I would have preferred to have shades or shutters. Overall, it was all so beautiful and something I have never experienced before. I will definitely consider coming back. Great place for couples, a family or two, friends gathering, and kids."
    Guest: Crystal A. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 3, 2017
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