Cradled in the foothills of the LaSal Mountains, the ranch affords a cool retreat from the summer's heat while offering superb views of southeastern Utah's high desert. Local specialties: peacefully rejuvenating atmosphere, unparalleled views, quiet.
Welcome to our secluded, hillside oasis! Situated outside of town in a peaceful neighborhood, the Aerie Loft offers a hotel-style studio engulfed in absolutely stunning panoramic views. It is located on a south-facing slope above the charming Moab Valley, 3 miles south of town. We're up on a hillside, so sunrises and sunsets are amazing! The 'Aerie Loft' offers a covered carport for relaxing outdoors, tinkering with gear, and BBQing.
“Dailey’s place was above and beyond what we expected. I booked at the last minute and Airbnb said it was a rare find that it wasn’t booked, and now i know why! the view of the room is as amazing as the other reviews said. The room is spacious and has the cutest little decorations and touches. We sat out on the back patio for the sunset and a campfire and it was perfect. Dailey was a great host. If we are ever in Moab again, we will definitely be staying here!”
Tucked snugly into our apple orchard Cider House Inn is a lovely retreat big enough for the whole family. Just 8 miles from Arches National Park we have wide open views, access to front and back decks, and plenty of parking so bring your trailers, ATV’s, mountain bikes. Plan for the Moab adventure of a lifetime! After a day of exploring the beautiful back-country around Moab relax on the deck with a cool drink and enjoy fantastic views of the LaSal Mountains and red rock cliffs of the Moab Rim.
“Great location just south of downtown Moab with plenty of space for our family to be together, but also spread out. It was nice to keep our mountain bikes in the garage, do laundry, and wake up with a view of the spectacular red mountains. A bit out of town, so quiet, but also easy access to trails and Arches. Nice touches like laundry detergent, granola, yogurt, and a book collection that any literature major would appreciate. Definitely would stay there again.”