|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
This retro Cedar Breaks Lodge condo provides easy access to ski slopes, cozy accommodations, and a year-round shared pool, hot tub, and other resort amenities for up to five guests to enjoy!
Located near Brian Head Resort, you can get to the slopes easily via a free shuttle, or even take the shuttle into town to the restaurants and shops. You'll have complimentary access to a fitness center and playground, as well.
This condo has a soft, green rug and comfortable furniture to make it cozy throughout. The single-story makes this accessible to those with limited mobility.
In the main room is a queen-size bed beside a wide window and a leather recliner for some easy reading. Inside the cabinets is a cable TV with a DVD player. There's a dining table for two and a kitchenette with a mini-fridge, microwave, and two-burner stove for quick meals and snacks.
There's a raised twin bed above a futon that will sleep the remainder of guests, and a shared full bath with a jetted tub rounds out the accommodations of this condo.
WiFi is available in the lobby of Building 1 for you to plan out your days, and the common area features a Ping-Pong table, a charcoal grilling area, and coin-operated washers/dryers for any laundry you need to refresh.
This condo is perfect for a small family or group of friends - stay close to the slopes to maximize your ski adventure, or enjoy horseback riding and ziplining in the off season less than one mile away. Other activities in the summer include fishing, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, hiking, and bird watching.
Plan your next vacation to Brian Head at this comfortable, retro condo - book today!
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Vacasa began in 2009, simply because our founder and CEO Eric wanted to find a better way to share his wife’s family’s summer home in Long Beach, Washington with guests as a vacation rental. Eric and his early team worked to build Vacasa on the premise that local employees can do what they love most (taking care of guests, homeowners, and properties), while the hands-off tasks of vacation rental management—things like marketing, filing taxes, and maintaining a website—could be handled by a specialized central support team.
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We stayed two night at the Cozy Buffalo Condo at Cedar Breaks Lodge. The Cozy Buffalo was everything we needed for our trip which basic accommodations that would allow close access to the Brianhead Resort. The price was reasonable and the amenities offered by Cedar Breaks give you plenty of things to do. I would stay again at the "Cozy Buffalo".
Area was beautiful but lack of a tv in the room was a major drawback
I stayed in this unit over President's Day weekend 2016. This was my 4th stay at Cedar Breaks Lodge, but first time staying in a private unit. I like the fact the owners put bunk beds in the unit as it makes it more spacious than the hotel rooms, which have 2 double beds. The unit is very dated, which is not an issue as we only needed a place to hang out in and sleep after spending all day on the slopes. The problem with the unit is the bed and bedding. Both myself and my daughter experienced bad allergies (including difficulty breathing) in this unit from the down pillows and old bedding (I just ditched the pillows after waking up in the middle of the night unable to breath properly and slept on top of my coat). The unit would be great if the owners invested in new bedding and a bed (the bed seemed super old and is very uncomfortable).
We made it to the room and was surprised about the strong smell of cigarettes when we went inside. I have some lung problems and cigarette smoke aggravates it terribly. I went to the front desk where we had just checked in to see if there was something they could do and they said they don't manage the building. She gave me a phone number to call but I could not reach anyone. The desk clerk said she would leave a message for the cleaning staff for the next day. I went back and discovered the smoke smell was coming from the bathroom vents. I had to open the windows and clean the fan so could turn it on to help remove the smoke from the room. I ended up leaving the room several times during the night because the cigarette smoke was so strong. It would be nice if there was someone on site that could help with problems like this that arise. Besides the fan having a half inch of dust on it that went all over the room when I turned it on. There was also a used towel on the back of the bathroom door. I li