A charming A-frame cabin building located in Brighton, Utah, United States is the perfect place for a relaxing holiday away. The Brighton wood cabin can accommodate up to 4 guests with 2 bedrooms, and one bathroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cabin building to yourself. The A-frame wood cabin is tucked away in the Wasatch Mountain Range, in a beautiful aspen grove, the little Cottonwood Chalet is an intimate A-Frame cabin building retreat, perfect for small groups.
This A-Frame cabin building was originally built in 1969. The owners have maintained the original structure but have recently renovated the interior space for both comfort and safety. The cabin building has a fully equipped kitchen for cooking. The wood cabin is only 4 minutes away from Solitude Mountain Resort, less than 7 minutes away from Brighton Resort and Nordic Center, and 40 minutes to Salt Lake City International Airport. The wood cabin retreat is just 36 minutes downtown Salt Lake City restaurants and shopping. The A-frame cabin building has large front and back decks.
There are no photoshoots without having prior approval, you'll want to contact the owners for pricing information. If a photoshoot takes place without permission and fees paid, your deposit will be retained. If you visit during the winter, an all-wheel-drive or 4-wheel drive vehicle with snow tires is recommended. The cabin building is available to rent all year long but it may snow heavily anytime during November through May, and the neighborhood roads may not be fully plowed promptly, so you will want to be prepared. Low clearance vehicles are not recommended but may be able to make the drive to the wood cabin depending on the weather.
The stairs that go up to the lofted bedroom in the A-frame cabin building are steep and narrow compared to climbing a ladder, you'll want to go up slowly, use the handrail, and exercise caution. The front outdoor deck stairs are original to the property and are narrow and creaky when going up the center aisle. You'll want to watch your step and exercise caution when stepping up onto the outdoor deck, as the owners have found that going up on either the left or right side feels more sturdy.
This quaint, 1960s era A-Frame cabin building is located in the small neighborhood known as Silverfork by the locals, named after the historic mining community of the 1850s to the 1870s. Today the neighborhood is exclusively made up of mountain cabin building retreats and is located immediately near the Silver Fork Lodge, Brighton Resort, and Solitude Mountain Resort. The closest convenience stores are located in the town of Brighton which is about a 5 to10 minute drive. Your best bet would be to stock up for any of the food and groceries that you'll need before heading up the canyon. A 4x4 vehicle that has snow tires is strongly advised during the winter snowy months, especially when you are driving up and down the cabin building canyon road.
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