Cliffside Tiny Home Container by Stephanie


A simple shipping container that transformed into a beautiful farmhouse themed tiny home. This unique space will surprise you from the moment you open the front door. No luxury spared, so be assured that you can relax after a long day of traveling or visiting the national parks. This tiny house also has a rooftop deck for amazing star gazing and beautiful sunsets on the cliffside.


The bedroom shares the same space as the living room, but it does not decrease the comfort at all. The queen sized memory foam bed is really comfortable and perfect for two. The mattress is soft with nice sheets down comforter, lots of pillows, and plenty of blankets. It is amazing to just lay in bed, open the blinds, and have a direct view of the canyons right up close. The Smart TV is clutched in the corner.


The tiny bathroom is clean and has two sinks and the toiletries you might need during your stay, including shampoo, soap, towels, and hot water. Hot water is a solid 10 minutes max, so prepare for a quick and short shower as the hot water heater is tiny as well.


The finishes inside is a bit underwhelming for the point as it feels more like a tiny hotel room than a tiny home experience. That being said as it provides everything alongside the gorgeous decoration with lots of lovely touches and local designs. Talk about being minimalist with this place. It is so cozy and definitely keeps you warm when the temperature drops, thanks to the heater provided.

Air conditioning works perfectly so it would be nice to come home after a long day outside during warm weather. The view from inside the house is also breathtaking. Blinds are provided for extra privacy. Wi-Fi is available for those who want to get some jobs done while relaxing in this space and dozens of USB outlets. Netflix is also available along with coffee for the morning.

The small kitchenette has plenty of dishes, spices, cookwares, utensils, and all the appliances which allow you to cook some meals on your own. This includes microwave, mini fridge, hot plate, and Keurig Coffee Maker.

Dish soap is generously provided, but make sure to bring your own sponge or paper towels otherwise you would have a hard time washing the dishes. The amenities are lacking: a kitchen knife and cutting board would have been nice, as well as some simple glassware for your beverage at the end of a long and satisfying day of hiking. There is no table and chairs so guests may eat while sitting on the bed with the side table.


The common area near the old barn has a propane fire-pit with plenty of woods and chairs where you can enjoy a soothing fire after the sun goes down and roast a s’more if you want. This tiny house also has a rooftop deck for amazing stargazing and beautiful sunsets on the cliffside. Ladder up to the top is sturdy and safe.

Cliffside is centrally located between Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon. The unique location makes it easy to visit both parks without having to find lodging in two separate places. Cliffside is located on 5 acres of property with a massive pink and grey sandstone ledge as its backdrop. Cliffside property also touches highway 89 so it is easy to access and is the perfect place to stay while visiting Southern Utah. Red Canyon is within walking distance, Coral Pink Dunes is just 25 minutes away and Kanab is only 20 minutes drive.

And although this space is about 10 miles away from the Main Street but you would better grab some groceries and snacks if you do not want to drive back out after 8-9pm because most things are closed by then. Try Terrys Food & Drug right around the corner to top up your supply, The Forscher German Bakery & Restaurant right down the street for a great breakfast with their very good chocolate croissants, and Thunderbird Cafe for the great food and staff.

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