Updated, Roomy, Lodge-Like. Sleeps 9
From $60 / night
|Per night:||$69 - $279|
|Per week:||$450 - $1,953|
Pets allowed: No
The downstairs master bedroom lets you rest in style & comfort, with a California king hand hewn and polished log bedroom suite with luxury bedding over a memory foam bed. A full bath is included nearby. Enjoy the spectacular mountain views, or just relax privately in the leather recliner & watch the 32'' HDTV.
Stay cozy in the plush living room with a two story rock fireplace 48'' HDTV, XBox 360 Kinect gaming console, free wireless Wi-Fi internet, leather queen size sleeper sofa, and matching loveseat. Prop your feet up on the over sized leather ottoman.
The second floor bed is also a California King accompanied by a chair and desk and large chest of drawers. There is also a shower and toilet on the second floor. Enjoy the 32" TV.
The charming loft has a full and twin size bunk bed with the best mountain views in the building.
You'll appreciate the SECURE UNDERGROUND HEATED, ASSIGNED PARKING, With equipment locker: When it is snowy outside, your vehicle will stay warm and dry.
Due to the high quality construction, you will never hear your neighbors. You will feel like you have the entire place all to yourself, unlike some other hectic, noisy properties in the area.
There is central common area with a massive two story fireplace and three comfy sofas, giving Timbernest the feel of a true ski lodge. This is a classic and classy winter retreat.
Here's how a recent renter reviewed the property and the previous owners:
An absolute Gem, great location & owner is super friendly & helpful
This place deserves all 5 stars and then some. First of all, the pictures don't do it justice...it's even prettier in person and while the outside of the building may appear 'older', this unit is in excellent condition, immaculate and well maintained, and all modern touches.
Leather furniture, state of the art TV system, bedrooms that make you feel like you are in a high end wilderness lodge, gas fireplace, and little touches like coffee, teas, popcorn, bath products, modern and new plates/cookware.
Diane was helpful, sharing tips and maps of the area. We did a beautiful hike of Cedar Breaks National Monument, a 1 mile or less ride from this unit. A easy 1 hour round trip hike to a splendid overlook of a 6K foot red canyon. We even had a slight snow flurry hiking out.
We got steaks from Joe's meat market in Panquitch, UT on our way back from a day of hiking in Bryce Canyon. We cooked them on the Weber grill that Diane has at this unit, and it was a superb meal! Little 2 seater bench on the small deck, is a great place to unwind with a glass of wine.
Bryce is about 1 hour and 15 minutes away, and Zyon about the same.
We went and had dinner at the Grand Lodge in the Lift Bar & Restaurant. This was beautiful...2 large outside fire pits sitting about 20 a piece at each, and gorgeous views. Recommend the burgers and salad.
The local pizza place 1/4 mile down the street is another 'gem' and local favorite. I can't say enough things about this area and how great it is, only potential downside is this time of year is definitely off season, so not many aroundbut, we kinda liked it that way.
Another tip, we packed a cooler bag and some blue ice to pack lunches for our days in Bryce, but Diane also has a couple of blue ice packs in the freezer. You will enjoy this beautiful condo!
Richard or Emily Featherstone
Summer provides mountain biking, hiking, ATV riding, fishing, and cool temperatures. Brian Head is southwest Utah's premier mountain biking area referred to by Outdoor Action Magazine as 'Downhill of the Gods'. Located at 10,000 feet, Brian Head has over 100 miles of downhill, single-track and an additional 100 miles of cross-country trails. Brian Head Resort features Utah's largest mountain bike park with 5,000 ft descents and pro designed freestyle elements. Many of Brian Head's trails are accessed by a pre arranged shuttle or by the ski chairlift on the weekends. Brian Head town features three full service bike shops, with rentals, gears maps and shuttles to many of the trail heads. Nearby Cedar City has three bike shops to serve both mountain bike and road cycling enthusiasts.
Cedar Breaks National Monument is only minutes away from Brian Head. Discover one of America's most special parks: look down into a half-mile deep geologic amphitheater; wander among timeless bristlecone pines; stand in lush meadows of wildflowers; ponder crystal-clear night skies; and experience the richness of the sub-alpine forest.
Zion National Park is 70 miles away: It is Utah's First National Park. Follow the paths where ancient native people and pioneers walked. Gaze up at massive sandstone cliffs of cream, pink, and red that soar into a brilliant blue sky. Experience wilderness in a narrow slot canyon. Zion's unique array of plants and animals will enchant you as you absorb the rich history of the past and enjoy the excitement of present day adventures.
Bryce Canyon National Park is 60 miles away: It is hoodoos and forest mixed together. There is no place quite like Bryce Canyon. Hoodoos (odd-shaped pillars of rock left standing from the forces of erosion) can be found on every continent, but here is the archetypal 'hoodoo-iferous' terrain. Descriptions fail. Cave without a roof? Forest of stone? Even photographs strain credulity. When you visit maybe you'll come up with a better name. In the meantime 'Bryce' will have to suffice.
Panguitch Lake is located in south central Utah and sits at an elevation of 8,400 feet. The word "Panguitch" comes from the local Native American indians and means "Big Fish". In the summer you find excellent fishing for some of the largest rainbow trout in Utah. In winter ice fishing is a popular sport and easily accessible from local lodges. Panguitch Lake sits in the Dixie National Forest and is adjacent to Scenic Highway 143 between the towns of Panguitch and Brian Head.
In the summer and fall, drive 30 miles to Cedar City, the home of the Utah Shakespeare Festival. You'll find more than Shakespeare! Plays like 'Into the Woods,' and 'Sense and Sensibility' are first class. World renowned actors create top notch entertainment to rival New York.
|Nov 17 2016||Dec 19 2016||$159||-||$950||$4,800||2 Nights|
|Dec 20 2016||Jan 04 2017||$279||-||$1,953||$7,812||3 Nights|
|Jan 05 2017||Apr 15 2017||$199||-||$1,190||$4,800||2 Nights|
|Apr 16 2017||Nov 19 2017||$69||-||$450||$1,800||2 Nights|
|Sep 14 2017||Nov 16 2017||$69||-||$450||$1,800||2 Nights|
|Lodging tax: 13.65%|
|Deposits: Refundable Damage Deposit $250|
|Payment Options: Mastercard, Visa|
|Other Fees: 100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.|
Reviews for this vacation condo rental in Brian Head, Utah
Felt like home
Michelle Schumacher Damerow
Felt like home
April 7, 2015
High end lodge-like home full of warmth and lots of lightning. Our family of four ( twin teens) had a lovely time exploring both Bryce & Zion canyons all day long. At the end of the day the "lodge " provided the perfect place to made dinner, watch movies and rest up for the next day adventure! Hopefully, the "lodge" will be available for our net trip there.