Luxury Tiny Home near Capitol Reef by Pam


Experience a new luxury Tiny Home, nestled in rural Southern Utah, in a quiet little hamlet on the edge of Capitol Reef National Park, Red Rock cliffs in the distance, and the busy Milky Way skyscape. From the distance the Tiny Home looks small, but once inside, the high ceilings and lots of windows make the space more spacious and brighter. It is ideal for 1-2 people, but can accommodate up to 4 since there is a comfy sofa bed for the 3rd person, and a long padded bench for the fourth.


You might need the provided oscillating fan to help cool off the bedroom if the temperature is high outside. The queen sized bed is comfortable for a good sleep after a day of hiking and exploring. The bedside tables are equipped with wireless charging, USB, and air conditioning. A full sofa bed is available in the living room as well as a long padded bench for the fourth person.


A full bathroom is available with many thoughtful touches. The pebble shower floor looks really cool and gives you a foot massage. It might feel good or might annoy you, so there is a rolled up pad just in case. tankless water heater his house has a waterless hot water heater.

The shower sprays out warm water, comfortable for showering but it is not that hot when the weather is really cold as the tankless water heater system has trouble getting the water really hot during cold weather. The water heater here also provides additional heating in the bedroom and bathroom. There is no laundry provided but you can always go to the laundromat at the general store.


The house itself is great, unique, roomy, well thought out, and very comfortable for one or two. It is clean, well maintained, and spacious with the high ceilings. The aesthetic interior design with all the beautiful wood paneling, hardwood floors, a lot of shelving and cabinets, furniture and natural light is gorgeous.

Do take note that the cabinets are high up and require a step ladder to reach. It is actually designed that way to maximize the view, but it can be a bit of pain to keep going up and down the step ladder. Just put the handy stuff on the wide wooden counter or in a bin under the cushioned bench. The cushioned bench is a perfect spot to read some books or watch TV. The air conditioning is in the main living area and the internet speed is fantastic.

A nice tiny kitchen is stocked with just the right amenities and everything you could possibly need to cook small meals. The kitchen gadgets and cookware such as a full oven, gas stove, coffee maker, toaster, and electric tea kettle are provided. There is even a counter available for eating with a view.


A sizable deck with two deck chairs and nearby picnic table to eat outside are a few of the sweet elements to this comfortable, inviting place to chill after a day in the Park. The patio space is also perfect for viewing the stars at night and you can see Red rocks in the distance as well as the Milky Way. It’s very quiet and reading on the patio was peaceful.

The location is convenient and quiet. This cozy home is surrounded by lots of outdoor adventures which makes it a great base camp for exploring the local national parks and monuments. It is close to great hiking, climbing and canyoneering. Great proximity to Capitol Reef National Park which is just 15-20 minutes drive, only an hour away from Grand Staircase-Escalante, Dixie National Forest, and Fish Lake, and just a quick drive to Boulder.

Also, the home is located about 10 minutes from Arches National Park and about 30 minutes from Canyonlands National Park, other natural wonders in south-central Utah, and countless acres of other public land available for multipurpose use. To get groceries, you can go to Loa which is 20 minutes drive, or check out Hunt and Gather for delicious fresh local food.


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