The Barn at the Little 5-acre Piece of Heaven

You'll want to take a look inside of this Cedar City, Utah barn-style house that can accommodate up to 14 guests with 2 bedrooms, 11 beds, and 3 bathrooms. With so much space this vacation home is the perfect place for a family reunion or large family. The owners bought this little 5-acre piece of heaven in 2018 and decided they wanted to share their dream with the world. They have remodeled the barn for a comfortable and unique place for their guests. The Barn at the Family Farm is located just outside Cedar City, Utah in Enoch. It sits in a quiet country setting with amazing sunsets and plenty of dark skies to see the stars. When you are not out enjoying the little hobby farm, there are lots of amenities inside to make your stay safe and comfortable.

The Barn includes two suites, (each with their bedroom, living room, and full bath), a central gathering room with fireplace and piano, a fully equipped kitchen (you just bring your food), dining area, and loft/theater room, and another full bath. There are pads/hammocks, a twin trundle bed, and bedding in the common areas. Outside, there is a large patio area with places to sit, a barbecue grill, and a large grassy area to play games or lay out under the stars. You'll have access to the entire Barn, lots of paved parking, and the patio and lawn outside.

The Barn is five minutes outside Cedar City, Utah, and just a short distance from five national parks, six state parks, the popular Brian Head Ski Resort, Utah Shakespearean Festival, and Utah Summer Games. During your vacation stay, you can enjoy beautiful mountain and desert scenery with some of the nicest neighbors you'll ever meet. Farm life includes traveling a very short distance (a few hundred feet) on a flat dirt road. You don't need to worry as any sedan can make it, but you may get a little dust or mud on your car.

There are plenty of things to experience in Cedar City, Utah thanks to nearby ski resorts, a national forest, great national parks, and a superb arts scene. You'll find everything from festivals and cuisine, to hoodoos and wilderness, this city is sure to make for a vacation you won't soon forget. In the expansive Dixie National Forest, there are plenty of public lands and designated wilderness areas to help get you off the beaten path. Three Peaks is a recently developed recreation area that encompasses BLM lands for camping, picnicking, mountain biking, and off-road fun.

Cedar City has long billed itself as the gateway to Utah's National Parks. One excellent travel itinerary is to follow the loop from Cedar City, southeast to Zion National Park, then north to Bryce Canyon National Park, and then back through the Cedar Breaks National Monument to Cedar City. This tour of Utah’s top parks is not a trip that you should schedule for one day, however, two days is doable, three days is ideal and four days is a bonus.

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