Karyn Wofford is a freelance writer in the fields of travel, eco-tourism, and wellness. She’s an avid traveler and Georgia native. She grew up with a passion for travel, exploring everything from the mountains to the ocean, and continues to find new and unique things to do in the places she travels.
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Logan, Utah is located in Cache Valley and is ideal because it is away from the hustle and bustle of Salt Lake City, but still has its own urban and exciting feel. The destination serves as a great home base when wanting to venture toward other prominent sites of Utah, like its collection of beautiful parks. If you haven’t seen Bear Lake, also known as the Caribbean of the Rockies, you should definitely put that one-hour road trip on your to-do list. When exploring Logan, Utah, these top Airbnbs are a wonderful option in or around town.
The gray home is accented with an eye-popping royal blue front door, which is the gateway to the beauty that resides inside. Be prepared to be welcomed with loads of brightness! Everything is so cheerful and neutrally decorated, with both chic and earthy attributes. The kitchen will be the place to gather, with the lovely breakfast bar, wooden countertops, and accented tiling. Outside, is a fire pit space to enjoy a long night of bonding in conversation. Conveniently located on Main Street, you will be close to some seriously great places to eat, like the Waffle Iron— you have to try the Montecristo waffle!
Welcome to the loft, a vibrant space in downtown Logan, that sits near beloved restaurants, such as The Crêperie, which has mouthwatering sweet and savory crepes that can also be made gluten friendly. Inside, bright green walls meld with brick, which somehow turns out to be quite a pleasant combination. The space would be ideal for honeymooners that are looking for an upbeat yet not too high-traffic town to visit. The show-stopping feature is the rooftop deck, with incredible views of Cache Valley.
When guests walk up to this building, they will be able to appreciate the historical vibes, while also seeing the intense preservation and modernization that is taking place. This particular suite is down a few steps, with a keyless entry. Open and ambiently lit, the sleek space has some cool exposed concrete that almost gives it a cave or castle-like feel. Expect updated technology within the space, and a well-equipped bathroom, and an elegant kitchenette. The hosts go out of their way, to make guests feel special, by providing those little extras that just make all of the difference.
Have you been wanting to try an off-the-grid experience, but would like to be a little bit closer to civilization before going crazy? Well this little cottage, which sits on a property with other structures, would be a wonderful place to start. Imagine carting your belongings via wagon, to this precious abode, and teaching your kids what it was like for their great-great-grandparents to use an outhouse! But truly, the simplicity, and the alpacas, make this a magical experience. Don’t forget to take a glimpse at the night sky.
It’s hard to believe that this beauty was built all the way back in the 1800s. However, the charm from older construction is evident although there have been some add-ons to the structure. You’ll be able to notice the detail of certain elements, while being able to experience updated amenities, such as the well-equipped and vibrant kitchen. The house sits on a large amount of property, and you’ll have views of the mountains that aren’t blocked by other buildings. Those mountain views are enough reason to come to Logan, all on their own.
The building in which this rental resides is stunning, and right within downtown Logan. Guests will easily be able to walk around the historical and breathtaking buildings while being close to lots of great places to eat. Inside, is absolutely upscale and totally refined. Expect to feel like a VIP, while soaking into the chic environment. This particular option gives the opportunity to rent out both suites, which would sleep up to 10 guests.
From the exterior, this home looks like the average bungalow. But the interior has been perfectly revived, to present in a modern and contemporary way. Ultra sleek and angular furniture define the living room space, and the kitchen has been intricately tiled, while still housing warm and welcoming cabinetry. Up to seven guests can comfortably stay here, with a variation of sleeping options, including bunk beds. Guests will likely appreciate conveniences such as the washer and dryer.
We absolutely are swooning over this farmhouse suite, which truly lives up to its description, with perfectly rugged and storytelling flooring, super comfortable Nectar bedding, and an open concept kitchen with the most charming decor. The overall aesthetic is extremely bright, and most definitely reminiscent of something you would see on HGTV. Guests will also have access to lovely outdoor spaces while being proximal to downtown Logan. Meander to one of the great restaurants for dinner, like the Beehive Pub, which has really awesome elk burgers, and a fun Fish Bowl cocktail.
Sleep up to nine guests for a rate that’s typically under $100! No kidding! This basement suite is an impressive 1900 square feet and really does feel like a really homey and welcoming place. Guests will likely feel like they are staying at a family friend’s house. Many essentials to do some basic cooking, like a dishwasher and air fryer, are at your disposal. And for the grand finale of amenities, there’s an infrared sauna tucked within the space as well, so you can truly decompress after playing in the snow.
It doesn’t get a whole lot cuter, than this adorable tiny blue cottage that sits on the side of a residential home. The private entrance suite features all the comforts of the home, while the decor exudes the most updated and modern trends. While the kitchen is small, it houses all of the needed components to prepare meals or snacks. Off to the side, is a lovely little nook to enjoy a TV show or two from. Expect special extras here, at this rental that is just a few minutes’ drive from downtown Logan.
The hosts note that guests might feel like they are lounging in a New York apartment when staying at the loft space. With brick accented walls, yet an overall modern presentation, this three-bedroom space is a fun change of pace when looking for somewhere to stay near the mountains. Situated in downtown Logan, you can easily walk to get a Cortada in the morning, a stack of pancakes with house-made syrup at Stacked, or some drinks at night. However, you are likely going to want to eat on that stunning back patio, covered in a pergola with grapevines, then later lounge by the gas fire pit.
Jaws will drop when you see the price for this gorgeous suite located in a nearby town called Nibley. The area is the epitome of quaint, but it’s also close enough to Logan to enjoy delicious meals and shopping. The interior is truly reminiscent of the beloved farmhouse style, and tucked in the corner is an efficient kitchenette for preparing snacks and other basics. The bathroom is most definitely worthy of a high-end spa, with its glistening shower and the overall soothing ambiance. Guests will have a totally private entrance during their stay.
When coming to the mountains, some folks just want a traditional log cabin stay. Logan has that too! Traditional logs have been stacked to create the stunning structure, which is affectionately and adorably named. The interior exudes expected log cabin aesthetics and an overall traditional home feel. That kitchen can certainly accommodate a large family. Overall, the home can accommodate up to 16 guests, so bring along the cousins for an adventure in Cache Valley.