Teasdale, UT, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Teasdale

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Excellent
71 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceNewish two bedroom cabin. Sweeping views of redrock and mountains. Elevation 7100. Hardwood maple floors, wood stove. Small refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, 2 burners. 1 bedroom - queen & 1 bedroom - 2 singles. Down comforters. No TV. OK internet access. The cabin sits about 50 ft from the main house. You can have as much privacy as you like, or come by for a cup of tea, when we're in town. Teasdale is a beautiful little hamlet of about 150 people, right next to Torrey, UT which sits on the edge of Capitol Reef National Park. The high elevation means it is usually delightful weather in the summer, no need for air conditioning. Mid-June through mid-July is bright and sunny in the 70s and low 80s, typically. In later July and mid-August is the monsoon season, so we typically have thunder showers in the afternoon/early evening with spectacular cloud displays. Capitol Reef Park is full of hiking trails and on the western edge of the Four Corners Region. It is one of the lesser known national parks because everyone heads to Arches, Bryce and Zion (which makes us happy since it keeps the numbers of visitors down). What people often don't know is that Arches and Zion are lower in elevation and really hot mid summer - while we are quite comfortable! No pets have ever been in the cabin. We have 1 very precious, polite dog, Lucy. She is always in our fenced in yard or in the main house. This is a very bucolic, rural area. The main grocery store is 17 miles away in Loa, UT and it is closed on Sundays. In the summer in Torrey, from April thru October, there is "The Chuck Wagon" open everyday, where you can get necessities, basic foods. There is 1 liquor store in the county, in Bicknell about 7 miles away - again not open on Sundays. You can get beer at The Chuck Wagon, though. Interaction with GuestsWe travel a lot but love to say hi and meet guests when we are here. The NeighborhoodOur little hamlet of 150-200 people is beautiful, off the main road, great for morning or evening walks. Has a nice park with swings and jungle gym for kids. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation so you will need a car. Other Things to NoteThere is no kitchen, though a fridge, microwave, 2 burner hot plate, coffee maker and dishes, etc. The hardest part is doing dishes in the bathroom sink!
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The SpaceWe are Cactus Hill Motel. Our family-owned 100 acre ranch is located in 2 miles south east of Teasdale, UT just 13 miles west of Capitol Reef National Park and at the foot of Boulder Mountain. (URL HIDDEN)At the Cactus Hill Motel you can enjoy the beauty and serenity of being off the beaten path. (URL HIDDEN)We are 5 miles from Torrey, Utah. Don't depend on GPS. From Highway 12 take the Teasdale exit and go about 5 miles to the Cactus Hill Motel sign. From highway 24 take the Teasdale exit and go through the town and follow the road, going East about two miles until you see the sign for Cactus Hill Motel. Call if you need to. Also, the Airb&b map is not complete. We are two miles out of the town of Teasdale. We have a 4 unit motel on a working ranch. Two queens in each room and a nice size bathroom. Microwave and small fridge, but no major cooking available. No cable, but a very peaceful place. We do have wi-fi. Rooms have two queen beds and can accommodate up to 4 people, $65 for 2 people then add $5 for each additional person. Price includes a sales tax required by the state.
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Excellent
4 reviews
3br Home/Apartment
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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    The SpaceOur family-owned 100 acre ranch is located in 2 miles south east of Teasdale, UT just 13 miles west of Capitol Reef National Park and at the foot of Boulder Mountain. At the Cactus Hill Motel you can enjoy the beauty and serenity of being off the beaten path. We are 5 miles from Torrey, Utah. Airbnb wouldn't pick up Teasdale on their map. We have a 4 unit motel on a working ranch. Two queens in each room and a nice size bathroom. Microwave and small fridge, but no major cooking available. No cable, but a very peaceful place. There is a good map on the photo section of our listing. From highway 12 take the Teasdale exit and go west about 5miles until you see the Cactus Hill motel sign. From highway 24 take the Teasdale exit and go through town and then follow the road East another two miles to the motel sign. Call if you needn't. Rooms have two queen beds and can accommodate up to 4 people, $65 for two people then add $5 for each additional person. Small pets allowed with a fee.. Price includes a sales tax required by the state. We do have wi-fi.
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    2br house
      New modern house built around for the views of Escalante National Monument. Leather couch and lounge chair in living area with flat-HD television. Free secure Wi-Fi. Fully-furnished kitchen and all linens provided. Air-conditioning and base board heaters. Washing machine and dryer. 2 decks for eating viewing the wildlife. Every room has a different view of Escalante National Monument. Walking distance to Escalante town with many restaurants and stores. 45 minutes drive to Bryce National Park and hour and half drive to Capital Reef National Park. Three State parks within 40 minutes drive from La Luna. Escalante/Boulder Utah is home to multi-colored slot canyons, free-flowing water courses, wild rock formations, stunning pristine canyons, forests full of pine, aspen, fir, juniper and pinion trees, and big skies to watch the stars at night. The warm desert plateaus are perfect for adventurous day hikes. Holiday Home in Escalante Utah, located in Southern Utah, heart of Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. Abundant desert flowers, slot canyons, water courses, high canyon stained walls, sunshine year-round, clean fresh air, large nighttime viewing. After hiking or driving Scenic Highway 12, relax and rest well, at La Luna Desert Retreat in Escalante Utah.
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      2br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceThis spacious, older, house in Bicknell has recently been remodeled. The house is minimally furnished and decorated, so you have plenty of room to spread out. Both bedrooms have one queen sized bed. I also have a twin bed available in a small back entry/laundry room (no washer/dryer available), and a double-sized futon in the living room. The carpets are old, but clean. The kitchen/dining area is large, with a table that can seat at least 8. There are basic pots and pans, dishes and silverware -- should be plenty for normal vacation use. But if you plan to cook a lot, let me know what extra cooking utensils you might need. Pantry items are not included, however there is some salt, pepper and sugar. Let me know if you need flour or an egg. I'm happy to help. I don't charge a cleaning fee, however, if you want me to clean DURING your stay, that would be an additional charge. Ask and we can work out the details. There are chairs and a table outside on the back porch. Past renters have used the carport in the front as a porch as well, since it has a wonderful view of the Boulder Mountain and the Awapa Plateau. However it does face Bicknell's Main Street, which is also Hwy 24. There is a large vacant field behind the house if you need extra parking. Feel free to explore. Please make yourselves at home. Guest AccessThe separate garage will not be accessible to you, however, there are many other closets and storage rooms which you can feel free to use. Some of them have cleaning or yard supplies stored in them, but most are empty. Interaction with GuestsI very much enjoy meeting my guests, and I do my best to meet each guest at the house soon after you arrive. I'd love to sit and talk if our schedules allow, however, I'll also be happy to give you whatever privacy you need. Feel free to come three blocks down to my home, or call/email me any time with questions, or if you need something in addition to what is already in the house. I love dogs, although I don't have one right now. If you are staying with a pet, please introduce us when we meet. I may be outside sometimes in the mornings to water or weed the front garden and yard, but I try not to disturb you. The NeighborhoodBicknell is a sleepy, but friendly town of approximately 350 residents. The large front windows look south, across open pasture land with horses, cows and sheep, to the Boulder Mountain, and west to the high Awapa and Aquarius Plateaus that are nearly unparalleled in the United States for remoteness. Bicknell is located in the Rabbit Valley at about 7,200 feet above sea level. Because the mountains and plateaus surrounding the Rabbit Valley rise to nearly 11,000 feet, the town rarely experiences the heat that much of Southern Utah does. We do get monsoon rains occasionally -- mostly in July and August. If temperatures do get hot during the day in July and August, the nights cool off quickly. To the East, the Rabbit Valley drops down into the red rock country of Capitol Reef National Park (13 miles away). Bicknell is centrally located for many Southern Utah adventures. Accessible within 1.5-2 hours drive are parts of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, and the canyons of the San Rafael Swell. Moab, with Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, is about 3 hours east. The Escalante Canyons are approximately 2 hours south. Bryce and Zion National Parks are about 3 hours south. If you are tired of red rocks, the Fish Lake area just north, and the Boulder Mountain on the South have plenty of mountain lakes, streams and wooded areas. The area around Bicknell has everything I can imagine a person might need . . . unless you need cities. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation. A car is needed, and a vehicle with high clearance can get you to more remote areas. However, Bicknell's claim to fame is that parking is never a problem. You can park in the carport. But if you think you might use it as a front porch, then park in the driveway to the side of the carport. The Sunglow Restaurant guests often park along the side street and sometimes in front of the house, so it is best if you park off the street. If you would like me to drive a shuttle for biking, hiking or even boating, let me know and we can work that out. Other Things to NoteBicknell is a very quiet and peaceful town, but please be aware that the main street can be busy on some mornings and is especially busy on holiday weekends. Although the house may be suitable for children, it is not "Child Proofed." If you are bringing young children, I may ask you to sign a "Parental Consent" or "Waiver of Liability" form stating that you do understand the house is not Child Proofed and there could be dangers including electric cords, stairs, etc. The carpets are not new -- Drab is a good description -- but have been cleaned regularly. Please ask if you are traveling with a pet and we can discuss the fit. The yard is not fenced, and since it is on the Main Street (Hwy 24), that could be dangerous for some pets if not carefully supervised. Also, your pet would not be allowed on any beds or furniture during your stay and please don't leave them alone in the house for more than a very short time. The house has no air conditioning. It is rarely needed in Bicknell because of our elevation. But there are occasions in August and July when it does get hot. In that case, there are two ceiling fans that help move the air around. If days are hot, leave the windows open at night to let the cool air in, and close them in the morning to keep hot air out. The house was recently equipped with WIFI for your convenience. Connection information is in the Guide Book once you arrive. There is no cable or Dish TV. The TV is attached to an antenna and has just the normal channels, such as ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, etc. There is a large boom box that you can plug your own devices into, or bring some CD's to relax and listen to music. The town of Bicknell has very few amenities: Two restaurants, two gas stations, an auto repair shop and the only liquor store in the county. There is a small laundry in town, plus the only Health Care Clinic in Wayne County. You may need to purchase groceries either in the town of Loa (8 miles north of Bicknell -- grocery store is open until 8:30), or else in Torrey (9 miles southeast), at the Chuck Wagon General Store. Torrey has most of the restaurants in this area, as well as a few tourist shops. I have a Guide Book at the house with a few more notes about where to eat and what to see in the area.
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      1br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceThe apartment sleeps two people in one queen bed that mostly fills the little bedroom. A short set of stairs separates the living area from the bedroom/bathroom, and there is a shorter than average doorway into the bedroom (about 6 feet high). There are two restaurants in town -- a pizza place on the west end and a "mom and pop" cafe on the east end. Plus, the theater makes hot sandwiches. There are a couple more restaurants in the town of Loa, 8 miles north, and quite a few restaurants 9 miles south/east in Torrey. But you may want to cook in the fully functional kitchen and eat in. Dishes are supplied, but no food or pantry items. A propane hibachi grill can be supplied so that you can cook on the cozy back porch if requested. Guest AccessGuests should have everything they need in the apartment, and are asked not to enter the back of the cinder block shop the apartment is attached to without owner permission, even if it is not locked. However, if the front retail space (The Raven Song) is open, please feel free to browse, or to find me there on Fridays and Saturdays if you need something. The back porch and the lot behind it are yours to explore. Interaction with GuestsI very much enjoy meeting my guests, and I do my best to meet each guest at the apartment soon after you arrive. If our schedules work out, I'd love to sit on the back porch with you and chat. However, I'll also be happy to give you whatever privacy you need. Feel free to come next door to my home or call/email me any time with questions, or if you need something in addition to what is already in the apartment. I love dogs, although I don't have one right now. If you are staying with a pet, please introduce us when we meet. The NeighborhoodThe apartment has a glass door that looks south, across open pasture land with horses, cows and sheep, to the Boulder Mountain, and west to the high Awapa and Aquarius Plateaus that are nearly unparalleled in the United States for remoteness. Bicknell is located in the Rabbit Valley at about 7,200 feet above sea level. Because the mountains and plateaus surrounding the Rabbit Valley rise to nearly 11,000 feet, the town rarely experiences the heat that much of Southern Utah does. We do get monsoon rains occasionally -- mostly in July and August. If temperatures do get hot during the day in July and August, the nights cool off quickly. To the East, the Rabbit Valley drops down into the red rock country of Capitol Reef National Park (13 miles away). Bicknell is centrally located for many Southern Utah adventures. Accessible within 1.5-2 hours drive are parts of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, and the canyons of the San Rafael Swell. Moab, with Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, is about 3 hours east. The Escalante Canyons are approximately 2 hours south. Bryce and Zion National Parks are about 3 hours south. If you are tired of red rocks, the Fish Lake area just north, and the Boulder Mountain on the South have plenty of mountain lakes, streams and wooded areas. The area around Bicknell has everything I can imagine a person might need . . . unless you need cities. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation. A car is needed, and a vehicle with high clearance can get you to more remote areas. However, Bicknell's claim to fame is that parking is never a problem. Please do not park overnight on the street. You can pull off of the Main Street and park in the lot in front of the apartment, beside the big garden. If you need help with a shuttle for biking, hiking or even boating, let me know and we can work something out. Other Things to NoteBicknell is a very quiet and peaceful town, but please be aware that the main street can be busy on some mornings and is especially busy on holiday weekends. The apartment has no air conditioning. It is rarely needed in Bicknell because of our elevation. But there are occasions in August and July when it does get hot. In that case, I will supply a standing fan to help move the air around. If days are hot, leave the windows open at night to let the cool air in, and close them in the morning to keep hot air out. There is no cable or Dish TV. The TV is attached to an antenna and has just the normal channels, such as ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, etc. There is a boom box that you can plug your own devices into, or bring some CD's to relax and listen to music. The town of Bicknell has very few amenities: Two restaurants, two gas stations, an auto repair shop and the only liquor store in the county. There is a small laundry in town, plus the only Health Care Clinic in Wayne County. You may need to purchase groceries before you arrive, either in the town of Loa (8 miles north of Bicknell, grocery store is open until 8:30), or else in Torrey (9 miles southeast), at the Chuck Wagon General Store. Torrey has most of the restaurants in this area, as well as a few tourist shops. I have a Guide Book at the house with a few more notes about where to eat and what to see in the area.
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      The SpaceOff the beaten path and wonderful for star gazing. Guest AccessWe do have Wi-fi. No cable, but main channels. Interaction with GuestsCheck in mostly and can answer questions as needed,
      hotel
      Poor
      204 reviews
      29br hotel
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      • Swimming Pool
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      Situated in Bicknell, this motel is 19.2 mi (30.8 km) from Capitol Reef National Park and 31.1 mi (50.1 km) from Fish Lake.
      hotel
      15br hotel
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      Along with a restaurant, this lodge has a spa tub and a library. Free WiFi in public areas and free self parking are also provided. Other amenities include a picnic area.
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      12br motel
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      When visiting Bicknell, Sunglow Motel and Restaurant is a great choice to consider. Guests will have free perks like WiFi and self parking. Rooms feature bonuses like refrigerators and microwaves.
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      3br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceIt is in a very peaceful small town. But only minutes to Torrey, where you can find dining, general store, country bar and dancing. Guest AccessThe whole house. Except basement is locked and off limits. You can use laundry facilities. Very large yard and orchard. Lots of parking. Please note *The door to enter the 3rd bedroom is accessed through the 2nd bedroom* Interaction with GuestsI always touch base with guests. I will drop by in the afternoon to check in and introduce myself. If nobody is available i will send a text to make sure all is well. I live 5 min from property, so I am available to help in anyway. The NeighborhoodQuiet town and friendly neighbors. Take a stoll and checkout beautiful yards. There is a house made of bottles 2 blocks away. It hasn't been lived in for a long time. But is very unique. Getting AroundNo public transit
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      3br house
        This is a home that is just miles away from Capitol Reef National Park, Boulder Mountain, and Fishlake. If you enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, hunting or just relaxing in a quiet atmosphere, this is your place. It has everything you need to fully enjoy your getaway. A fully equipped kitchen, gas barbeque, 2 decks to enjoy the views. Also, a parking pad with water and electricity for an RV. Teasdale is a small community 2 miles off of highway 24, 7 miles from Highway 12 and 5 miles from the town of Torrey. Teasdale Vacation Retreat is nestled close to easy access to Boulder Mountains fishing, hiking, and sight seeing. Capitol Reef National Park is 10 miles from Teasdale Vacation Retreat. Torrey has a small grocery store with all that you would need for food, sundries, fishing and hunting supplies, beer and pop. Also a bakery and deli. Several delicious restaurants ranging from burgers and pizza to steaks and fish. Also a gas station is located in Torrey. Hunting,fishing, hiking, horseback riding and ATV rentals are also available in Torrey
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        2br Home/Apartment
          Nouvelle maison moderne construite autour des opinions de Escalante National Monument. Cuir chaise canapé et salon dans le salon avec la télévision plat-HD. WiFi sécurisé gratuit. Cuisine entièrement équipée et tous les draps fournis. Chauffages à air conditionné et base Conseil. Machine à laver et sèche-linge. 2 platines pour manger Regarde un de la faune. Chaque chambre a une vue différente de Escalante National Monument. Situé à quelques minutes à pied à la ville de Escalante avec nombreux restaurants et magasins. 45 minutes en voiture au Parc National de Bryce et heure et demi de route jusqu'au Parc National Capital Reef. Trois parcs d'État à 40 minutes en voiture de La Luna.
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          3br Home/Apartment
          • Pets Allowed
          This is a home that is just miles away from Capitol Reef National Park, Boulder Mountain, and Fishlake. If you enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, hunting or just relaxing in a quiet atmosphere, this is your place. It has everything you need to fully enjoy your getaway. A fully equipped kitchen, gas barbeque, 2 decks to enjoy the views. Also, a parking pad with water and electricity for an RV.
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          Located amidst some of southern Utah's most interesting wild places, the Muley Twist Inn sits on 30 private acres just outside Teasdale. Sited in a grove of pinion pine at 7000 feet, the Inn overlooks the Fremont River Valley and the red rock cliffs of Thousand Lake Mountain. The views from the wrap-around porch are outstanding. Newly built as a bed & breakfast inn, the contemporary "farm house" boasts five guest rooms with private baths. One room is fully handicap accessible. Rooms are a comfortable, eclectic mix of furnishings, all with queen beds. Full breakfast is included, often featuring fresh baked goodies and cooked to order omelets.
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          The Lodge at Red River Ranch was built on the grand scale of the great Western lodges, with rustic log construction and elegant furnishings. The three story Great Room features open-beam construction with a massive floor-to-ceiling Anasazi-style fireplace. The Great Room showcases a piano, game nook, house phone, and furniture arranged for intimate conversation. The Lodge offers a reading alcove with plenty of books and magazines and a recreation room with games, an exercise machine, and home theater projector with VCR satellite feed. Each of the 15 guestrooms is individually decorated and appointed with antique furnishings and artifacts. Each room includes its own fireplace and featured a step out balcony and in-room music. **PLEASE NOTE: Breakfast may be included as additional fee, please make arrangements at time of reservation.
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          3br Home/Apartment
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          Three bedroom home in quiet Teasdale Utah. This home is just minutes from Capitol Reef National Park, and also Boulder Mountain. If you are a family or group of friends looking for a nice getaway, this is the place. We have a large sunny kitchen with a stunning view of Boulder Mountain. The living room has a cozy fireplace along with flat screen TV. The outside has 2 porches with propane BBQ and a patio outside one of the bedrooms. The house is surrounded by grass and trees. An orchard is in full bloom in the spring. A nice relaxing property, that you will love.
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          6br Home/Apartment
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          Newer home, built in 2000, can sleep up to four families. Quiet Teasdale neighborhood with great access to mountain and road biking and hiking. Close to Capitol Reef National Park, Boulder Mountain and Escalante. Plenty of garage space to store your gear, new washer and dryer, and great kitchen and dining space. This house is a great place to relax after a long day enjoying the red rock of Capitol Reef or the alpine forests on Boulder Mountain. Plenty of sleeping space with bunk beds for the younger ones, and comfortable king and queen sized beds for the rest of the family.
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          3br Home/Apartment
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          Newly updated home on 6.7 acres not far off Highway 24. Just 4 minutes west of Torrey. Surrounded by open space with views of Thousand Lake Mountain, Boulder Mountain, and the Henry Mountains. Nearest neighbor is over a mile away! There's a fire pit and charcoal grill when the urge strikes to cook outside, or just to stay warm by a fire under the stars. No neighbors = no lights = great stargazing. Bright, open kitchen and dining area. Stove and convection oven are older, but have easily cooked everything to host Thanksgiving dinners for 10. Great for kids with lots of space, toys, and a ping pong table in the game room. Older stereo (teach your kids what cassette tapes are!) and new tv/dvd player (we also have a VHS player and some tapes, for more history lessons). The antique tv and radio in the living room don't work, but can contribute to the history lesson too. Great bike rides, nature walks, and trail runs right out the front door, and of course Capital Reef National Park and many many other natural wonders are within easy reach with a short drive.