First off, we are both in our late 60's so this is reflected in my rating. Our room was clean and ready when we got there. The houses are located on a dirt road that we missed on our first try but backtracked and found it. Not a big deal. It is only 2 blocks or so to the main drag and it's many restaurants, bars and shops. It was cramped for us but for some reason the shower was enormous, about half the size of the bedroom. There was a refrigerator and microwave in our room which was nice. We were the oldest people staying there by about 30 years. Tiny homes are the future. Just not OUR future. Recommended.
We (a couple, 32 and 347) stayed here for 3 nights in May and had a great time. The grill was excellent to have outside and it was huge, so while we never ended up using it at the same time as another cabin, you certainly could have. The tiny house looked exactly like the pictures and was so clean. It is small (they dont hide that fact in their advertising though some reviewers seemed surprised), but the set up actually makes it feel pretty spacious considering. I used the steps up to the loft area as like shelves for our snacks and to lay out our clothes each night for the next early day and we never really felt cramped. There is a bathroom right outside (as well as the one inside) that we actually found very convenient for when you need a little more privacy if your tummy hurts. Awkward, but true in such a tight space. I agree with some of the other reviewers that the bathroom sink inside was weird for those of us not used to recycled water, but we just used the kitchen sink that's 5 feet away if we felt weird about it. The shower was fine for us, but fair warning in a non judgmental way, if you are a large person it may be too small. We aren't tiny and it was fine, but the door to get in may be a tight squeeze if you are big. Check out the pictures, they are very true to scale looking and decide for yourself. The kitchen could have used a few more sets of silverware, but it was certainly doable for two people. It has a hot top/stove top thing with two eyes that worked well, a mini fridge with enough of a freezer to make a little ice but not much more, a microwave and a nice coffee press thing. They also had a water boiler pot for tea/coffee which was nice. The little seating area makes for a great prep table and then a good place to sit and eat if you dont want to eat outside. I thought we had a private-ish patio, but that wasnt true but I misread the information so that's on me. Most of the other homes did. The outdoor furniture over by the grill and hottub which is what we used for outdoor seating were fine, but could use some new cushions and a little love. Overall, we really loved our stay and nothing was surprising to us which is such a great thing in a rental! If you are comfortable in a tiny home, this place is definitely great, clean, wonderfully located and just a blast. I highly recommend it. However, if you are iffy on the tiny house, not quite that comfortable with your travel partner or are worried about space being an issue, this may not be for you. Side note, I did see that the loft being is aa potential place for a 3rd person or a child. I think this would be difficult. There is enough space up there (though an adult can only sit up, not fully stand) and a sleeping mat so it's definitely possible, but I cant imagine a third person down in the regular space with us while making dinner or eating or whatever. I personally think it would just be too small.…
We chose Kenzie's Cottage, the smallest of the four choices here. It was charming, but also comfortable. Most everything we needed was there, though some things were hidden away in cupboards, and we didn't notice them until the second day. The shower is enormous! The only problem was finding space to put our two full-size suitcases, but that was a minor issue. We enjoyed walking through the little garden on the way to our three-day home. By the way, you can walk to nearly everything in Moab from here.
It was like staying in my home, but better. Really fantastic location but still peaceful. Great facilities, lovely house. The presence of a washer drier was really handy after a long road trip and hotel stays. Just a lovely, charming place to stay that was really relaxing.
Went down with some friends for Moab Pride. Moosewood was PERFECT. The location in town means you can walk to everything. The property is super clean and just plain fun. Three separate bedrooms meant lots of privacy with plenty of common space. Heley our reservations agent was very friendly and made sure everything was set prior to our arrival and got us extra blankets and towels. There is a nice outdoor private space along with a hot tub. Kudos to ownership for keeping such a wonderful and magical place alive for travelers to experience when chain hotels are going up all over Moab.