Utah Airbnb in a cave ranked among the most unusual rentals

BOULDER, Utah (ABC4) – Utahans and visitors to the state are well aware of some of the unique landscapes you can find in the hive state.

From “goblins” in Goblin Valley State Park in hoodies in Bryce Canyon National Park in Bonneville salt flats in Tooele County, Utah is adorned with curious landscapes.

In addition to Utah’s out-of-the-ordinary landscapes, you can find unique places to stay. There are this cabin by the river in Kamas owned by Dean Martin’s granddaughter, a fantastic treehouse in Nephi, the Running deer teepee in Panguitch, and a stunning cave that just made Airbnb’s list of top roadside sights.

The BedrocK Homestead Grand Staircase Escalante in Boulder offers you the possibility of sleeping in a cave.

Staying in the Airbnb rental, located on a working farm, also gives you the option of hiking to the top of the cave to enjoy views of the surrounding desert, the stars above, and the sunrise.

To book your stay at BedrocK Homestead, Click here.

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