This was a lovely , well equipped home shared by 15 of us which included three generations of adults , of which four were married couples, and the other seven were millennials (cousins, boyfriends/girlfriends). Plenty of beds and bed options in this five bedroom home. There was seating for all between one table and one island , plenty of crockery and cookware , two refrigerators to hold food for the week and a heck of a well equipped kitchen. Ryan, the owner, was a dream to work with , answering many questions, and even responding to my query of whether there were two fridges with a "hope to get a second one up there in the next two weeks" which he did, in the couple of weeks before our Thanksgiving stay there. The location out past the east entrance of the park was not as convenient to Springdale as some rentals might be so if you are hoping to eat out lots of meals, staying here means a 30 minute drive to town or heading there directly after a day of hiking. We routinely hiked until late afternoon, hit Springdale for a latte and crepes , and then headed home to our cozy cabin where we cooked a simple meal. We didn't venture to a nearby restaurant we were told about so can't comment on services nearby. I thought it was a really good value for such a nice five bedroom home accommodating so many people in this particular area of Utah. The drive into the park to take the signature hikes on the floor of Zion National Park is spectacular and we never tired of it. The house puts you in a good location to drive to Bryce National Park for a day. Given our trip was in November, the days were short, but fabulous temperatures for hiking in the desert sunshine . It was our second Thanksgiving in Zion.
I highly recommend this house and this owner!