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Ogden, Utah is a popular day trip from Salt Lake City, it has three ski resorts offering a variety of terrain, and the streets are loaded with history—if anywhere is truly a hidden gem, this town is it. Here you can experience artisan coffee, shows at one of the few remaining movie palaces, vegan dishes that will have the most avid carnivores drooling, and let’s not forget those spectacular mountain views peeking over the skyline. Ogden awaits you, and these Airbnbs are some of the best for a phenomenal vacay.
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The blend of modern, traditional and rustic have been so perfectly executed within this wonderfully scenic cabin, which overlooks both the city and the mountains. The A-frame structure has floor to ceiling windows letting in plenty of natural light, and a wraparound deck allows guests to get a vast glimpse of the surroundings. Three bedrooms and two baths can comfortably accommodate up to eight guests.
Other than the fact that this rustic modern loft has both a contemporary and historic feel, it’s also proximal to many of downtown Ogden‘s top attractions. Go to the theater, grab a hot bowl of noodles from the Ramen Haus, and get your morning coffee from local roaster Daily Rise—public transportation is available to take you to the surrounding ski resorts, so you really won’t even need to use your car.
Another Airbnb located outside the edges of Ogden and closer to the ski resorts, this little dome-shaped home looks like something a hobbit would live in. Whimsical and charming, the structure still meets all your comfort needs. It’s a toasty warm place to wind down after a day on the slopes. Your views will consist of lots of mountains, and the vibrant night sky.
Simple inside with one bedroom and a small but efficient kitchen, the adorable house sleeps up to four. Being in one of Ogden’s historic neighborhoods, famed sites and restaurants are a short walk away. But the biggest perk may, quite literally, be that it is located next to a coffee shop! Not just any coffee shop either, the best rated in the city.
Built in the 1920s, the brick home gives a peek into Ogden’s past while being remodeled on the inside. With a kitchen, washer and dryer and all the comforts of your own place, it’s a good base for exploring the area’s three diverse ski resorts. With two bedrooms, five people can make this their skiing paradise.
Ogden’s 25th Street once housed underground speakeasies and the bustle from Union Station. Today, not much has changed, as folks still are drawn to the now Historic 25th Street, for great food, age-old structures and a good drink. This loft is located right on the popular stretch and was part of a hotel in the early 20s. We can only imagine the stories these walls could tell. Exposed brick, sleek decor and the best location around—that’s a major win.
Guests will feel at home in the accommodating interior of this family bungalow, which has a pet-friendly upstairs, and a no pets allowed apartment in the basement. But the backyard with barbecue space and lots of colorful flowers is the best place to relax in the spring and summer. You can see the gorgeous mountains from here as well.
From the outside, it looks like your average home, but the inside welcomes with farmhouse appeal and lots of space—eight guests can spread out amongst four bedrooms. The backyard is a glorious gathering space consisting of a covered seating area and luxurious hot tub—this place could make for a seriously lavish Ogden getaway.
The river that runs through Ogden is pristine and considered to be amazing for fishing. So how perfect is it that this humble cabin sits right near the waters? Cast a line literally steps away from the adorable log dwelling, which houses appropriate rustic decor and a stone fireplace for nights of snuggles and sipping wine.
On the outskirts of Ogden, conveniently located close to the refined Snowbasin ski resort, is the most precious tiny home with a kitchen, loft and bathroom. The setting is so dreamy, with a stream flowing right beside the outdoor fire pit. And, of course, they would provide a Smore’s kit. Mountains sit as the perfect backdrop to this enchanting little getaway.
Stone walls and concrete floors contrast against the light, contemporary fixtures such as the rectangle vanity and spacious soaking tub in the bathroom. The kitchen meshes well with the significant 1905 mansion’s original details. The apartment is private, spacious and just downright cozy.