Planning a staycation in the state? Then these tiny homes in Utah should be added to your bucket list. The movement towards smaller and more ecologically friendly vacation spaces is a real trend; these Airbnb listings show the huge appeal.
Just because these homes are small, doesn’t mean they don’t have everything packed into the space that you need. In fact, some of them are even better equipped than a larger house. Given their size, they are also all in super interesting locations and are way more affordable.
It’s time to think a little different about your next vacation and look into booking a tiny home. An experience you won’t forget in a hurry…
Tiny Homes In Utah
This studio unit is fully customized with unique touches such as sleek matte black kitchen cabinets and handmade encaustic tile in the huge walk-in shower. It also features lime washed plaster walls, and wood accents that have been finished in the “Shou Sugi Ban” technique.
With floor to ceiling windows and an open living space, it’s an ideal option for that weekend getaway.
The house will set you back just over $150 a night and sleeps 2 people.
The Ark is a vintage style tiny home with every convenience built in. Aptly named after the classic biblical story of ancient times, this tiny home really has it all! Kitchen appliances, a large bathroom (bathtub / shower), a beautiful bay window with fantastic views and a cozy loft.
The office desk and mud room make it the ideal place to come and do some remote work. As an added bonus, you will also find a fire pit and hot tub outside. One of the slickest tiny homes In Utah.
The house will set you back about $300 per night and sleeps up to 6 people.
The hosts pride themselves making your trip to Utah truly unforgettable. The home is new, modern, and packed with luxury finishes. It even features a pool and hot tubs, which are located 1/4 mile down the road and free to use.
The location is perfect for visiting Southern Utah’s National Parks. It is situated right between Zion (20 minutes away) and Bryce (50 minutes away). If you want a bigger trip, you will find The Grand Canyon is just 90 minutes south.
The house will cost around $180 a night and sleeps up to 5 guests.
A Tiny house that’s modern and stylish with all the conveniences to make your stay pleasant and comfortable. Private bedroom with Queen sized memory foam mattress, bathroom, on-demand hot water and even a massage chair.
You can kick back and relax with free Wi-Fi, 40″ Smart TV, completely stocked kitchen, full size refrigerator, microwave, oven, and Keurig coffee maker. When you aren’t hiking through canyons, enjoy the blue skies from the property’s front porch.
The house will cost you just over $50 a night and sleeps up to 3 people.
The Narrows A-Frame is located in a campground and has everything glampers need to have an unforgettable experience in the stunning Utah mountains. The unique wall design is meant to open and close at-will, giving you a breathtaking view of the southern side of the Zion mountain range.
Outside of the cabin, there is an observation deck that doubles as a dining/ outdoor kitchen area. The dining and kitchen area includes a BBQ grill with propane provided.
Near the observation deck is an outdoor fire pit for you to roast s’mores and enjoy the evening stars.
The house will set you back just under $150 a night and sleeps 2 people.
Reconnect your soul to the things that matter and kiss the chaos goodbye. Enjoy your own private deck surrounded by pristine, untouched nature just a short drive away from the central hub of Zion National Park.
Centrally located within the heart of Color Country, Angel’s Landing is a hidden gem and the perfect base camp for your visits to Zion, Bryce and more! This unique home was built with the vision of reduce, reuse, recycle. Built with recycled, local materials and handcrafted in love with personal getaways in mind.
Barn wood elements salvaged from Grandma’s barn, heirloom hand-tied rugs, and Grandpa’s artwork are just a few of the touches that make this space so special.
The house will set you back just under $150 a night for 2 people.
Quaint cabin in the mountains, located in the Tollgate Canyon, just north of Park City.
This is a small, two-floor cabin featuring scenic views of the Wasatch Mountain range.
You’ll find lots to do with hiking paths, abundant wildlife, easy access to fishing, and ATV/snowmobiling as seasonality permits.With a propane-powered BBQ pit and grill near the front porch of the cabin you can also cook up a storm. When it comes to tiny homes in Utah, this is absolutely ideal.
The tiny house will cost you just under $50 per night and sleeps up to 4 people.