|Minimum Stay||30 nights|
The house at Grant Gulch is a spacious, comfortable and convenient getaway, which can comfortably accommodate 6 and offers all the amenities you would expect in a first class vacation home. Minimum 30 day rentals only. Near Zion National Park (30 min), .2.5 hours to north rim of Grand Canyon, 2.5 hours to Bryce National Park, 2.5 hours to Lake Powell. 2 hours to great skiing in northern Utah.
Keywords: Secluded cliff house.
Graduate of University of Utah, Decorated Vietnam veteran, Restaurant owner.
Harry Grant purchased this house in 1990
Love of Utah's national parks.
Spectacular views of Zion National Park and privacy.
We have thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Grant Gulch House. It is quiet, convenient to the Park, well equipped, and charming. We would stay here again without reservation if we are ever in position to return.
The House is easily one of the most beautiful places on Earth! And, this was far and away the best family vacation we have ever experienced. The house is gorgeous with amazing views and the friendliest hummingbirds you'll ever meet. Within a few hours "the babies," as we called them, will fly right up to you! Further, my 10 year old son was flatly amazed by every trek we took in the surrounding National Parks. My husband and I have vacationed there alone before, and we fell so in love with the place, we talk about moving there all the time! We discovered this summer that it serves equally well as a family spot. The majesty and beauty of this house and everything around it can literally bring you to tears.
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Grant Gulch house. It was the most peaceful, quiet and beautiful place we've ever stayed in this area. The house has all the amenities you need and is full of sunshine to start your day. It was clean and comfortable with a nice open layout just as described. The views from the deck and the hot tub are beyond compare as well and we really hated to leave.
Zion Park is less than 15 minutes away and when you drive back to the house, you leave the crowds and hustle of the park behind. This house is a fantastic retreat while visiting this area and we highly recommend it.
We also recommend the farmers market at the Bit n Spur each Saturday and the Hirishi produce stand on the main road to town.
My sister and I absolutely fell in love with this house and its surroundings. The house is a home you've been welcomed into warmly by Helen--comfy furniture and beds, skylights and big windows make this a bright and airy place to stay. The views are much more spectacular than the pictures convey--sunrises, sunsets, clouds, sun, the view of the mountains is always changing. The kitchen is well appointed, the two bedrooms are on either side of the house so there is lots of privacy. You can walk out the door and go for a good hike into the hills or down the road to Grafton, a ghost town. You can sit on the patio and watch the lizards and hummingbirds do their thing. Lots of hikes close by, as well as all that has to offer. We also used this as a base to go to Bryce and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Just can't say enough how much we loved this house--confession: I cried when we had to leave!! Also the house was clean; Helen is helpful and always available; I would recommend this to just about everyone, especially if you like peace and quiet and solitude. We loved being away from the crowds at that Parks. A great place for artists to paint or draw, for writers to write, for those with a spiritual bent to meditate. Thank you Helen for welcoming us so warmly and for making us feel right at home. We sure hope to be back!!
Wow! We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Grant Gulch. This house is beautifully carved into the side of the canyon. Look forward to getting away from it all. Here you will experience peace and quiet, awesome desert views and unforgettable starry nights. The house itself is secluded, comfortable, clean and well equipped. Barbeque some steaks or relax in the hot tub in this remarkable setting. The fresh tulips waiting for us were a welcome surprise.
From here we toured Zion, Bryce and returned via a awesome drive on Utah 143 (the second highest paved road in the U.S.). If you choose this route, check road conditions first, have a full tank of gas and plan on spending the whole day. Drive with care as the grade approaches 13% at times.
Thank you Helen and Harry for your hospitality. I hope to return someday soon.
I've traveled a lot and rented lots of homes in the process and this one is my all-time favorite. The house itself is simple and beautiful: large, open common areas and two bedrooms at each end, all with lots of windows and amazing views.
The site is one-of-kind, and the house is built into the side of a hill so that the side that faces the road is completely hidden. (We were here in the fall but I bet this design goes a long way toward keeping the house cool in the summer months). The other side faces a spectacular view that we never tired of. The patio with hottub and hammock are so relaxing. The hottub at night, with the amazing starry sky, is something I hope to return to some day.
The house is not fancy or overdone but the hosts thought of everything you'll need to be comfortable. I really love this place.
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30 night minimum stay
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
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