Yonder Escalante, known for its inaugural property in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, has become a prime destination for exploring the breathtaking desert landscapes of southern Utah and Bryce Canyon National Park. Offering a blend of nostalgia with modern luxury, the property recently elevated its glamping experience with the addition of 10 luxurious cabins, providing guests with enhanced privacy within the stunning desert setting.
These cabins boast striking dark timber exteriors and private patios equipped with seating arrangements. Each cabin features a spacious backyard complete with a picnic table and a fire pit, designed for guests to relish the region's famed starry nights. Sliding doors allow travelers to savor the views from the comfortable queen beds. Inside, an open-concept layout encompasses a living area and a kitchenette adorned with custom furnishings. The private en-suite bathrooms showcase double marble-top vanities and upscale toiletries, while each cabin also includes an outdoor shower and bench.
Nestled in a secluded area on the 20-acre property, the 10 cabins are thoughtfully spaced with high fencing and lush greenery ensuring maximum privacy for guests. Charles Tate, the founder and CEO of Yonder, expressed excitement about the new cabins, emphasizing their response to positive guest feedback and the desire to offer travelers a meaningful connection with nature and each other.
In addition to these deluxe cabins, Yonder Escalante offers an array of accommodation options, including 22 more cabins, vintage airstreams, and 19 RV and campsite spots with shared bathroom facilities. On-site amenities encompass a food truck, general store, pool, hot tub, and a communal space known as the Lodge, where guests can gather for breakfast and socialize around firepits.
The nightly rates for Yonder's deluxe cabins start at $299, inviting travelers to embark on an extraordinary desert adventure.