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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

Recent Utah reviews

  • The property was great. Well appointed, cozy and close to activities.

    "Our family had a very relaxing 4th of July weekend. We enjoyed relaxing by the fire during the chilly evenings and the great views from the decks by day and for the fireworks show. Couldn't have asked for much more, great property! The Barrera's"
    Guest: Frank B. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 8, 2016
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  • Fantastic location, beautiful vistas.

    "My wife and I selected Duck Creek Village at random for our honeymoon. I had lived in Utah previously, and she had never been west, and I wanted to see some mountains again. So we opted to head south - And boy was it worth it. The drive out is amazing (18 hours - Beautiful drive through Colorado and Utah to get there) - Upon arrival, Duck Creek Village sits in the caldera of a dormant volcano, with beautiful Birch forest surrounding almost everything, and lava rock jutting to and fro around the logging operations on the side of the road. Despite being in the South West, this had a very North West feel to it, as it was fairly cold each day where we stayed (40-50's in September) - Along with that, it snowed us in one day, and the fog rolled over the mountain the next, which was both stunning to see and harrowing to drive in/on. Which brings us to the mountain itself - A drivers haven of twisty, mostly empty roads crossing the mountain, with small towns to the west, and Cedar City to the west side of the mountain... And the drive in to Cedar City alone was worth the vacation. Stunning chasms and a drive that takes you from 11000 feet to sea level over the course of a half-an-hour is priceless, and beautiful in the fall. The cabin itself was quaint, and quite comfortable - And shockingly well insulated when we had a sudden freezing rain and snow storm! The wood burning heater was a fantastic touch, and kept us warm without engaging the electric heaters at all. Decoration and furniture lends a home-style stay, with an open floor plan and a kitchen that's fully stocked with plates and utensils. We did have to drive in to Cedar City to get groceries, but we loved the cabin so much we extended our stay by two days! The only detail I'd have to add here is that you'd probably need to bring a 4x4/something with more than two-three inches of ground clearance (My poor Hybrid Civic wasn't having any of it!) to get to the parking lot behind the cabins where the rooms are located. It's up a fairly steep (I'd estimate 16 degrees) incline which is made of mud and gravel. There is a normal parking lot in front of the cabins as well, which is where we had to park, but it required lugging our luggage up and down. Not quite elderly or wheel-chair/handicap friendly, but not entirely inaccessible if someone of able body is along to assist. That said, this is just a note - Didn't impact our visit at all other than loading and unloading the car. 10/10 would stay +1"
    Guest: Brent and Kim D. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 4, 2016
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  • Great Condo and Location.

    "We again stayed at 3 Kings for our annual week in Park City. The condo and location were perfect for our family, including and 8 and 6 year old. They love the skiing and the hot tub. The bus is right out the door and the first time chair is a short walk. Chris was once again an outstanding host. He even replaced our lost key within an hour--saving lots of panic. We all look forward to returning in 2017."
    Guest: Maury Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 7, 2016
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  • Great location and pool

    "Great location to stores and bus lines so is optimal if you do not have a car. Property set up was great for our family of 6 with 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. The property was maintained well and was clean. The pool was refreshing and kept clean. We would hesitate to stay again in the summer as no air conditioning and minimal windows open in bedrooms. The bunk room's window only opened about 2 inches due to the sloping roof on the balcony. If more windows were able to open fully there would have been enough air flow to make the bedrooms tolerable at night when it cools off after the 90 degree days. There were portable fans but not very effective with the windows. The owners quickly responded to reservations and any questions and checked on us after our arrival."
    Guest: LESLYN W. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 7, 2016
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