This Utah Cabin Comes With Its Own Bath Tub Hot Springs
A little distance from city life doesn't sound too bad.
The '70s have made a subtle comeback in the last few years, and we are all about those hippie vibes. Mystic Hot Springs in Utah is a haven of antiques and natural springs that make it both a charming and relaxing escape from civilization. You can book a stay in one of the cabins or buses and the best part? It includes access to hot springs.
Located in Monroe, Utah, these springs are home to renovated pioneer cabins and restored buses. The cabins have been around since the 1800s, and let you sleep inside the original wood first used to build up the area.
The cost per night starts at $104, for two people. It's perfect for a weekend getaway. A free pass to the springs comes with any of the rentals, so you can pick the rental you want to stay in.
There are two larger hot spring, and six bathtubs filled with the mineral on the property, plenty of space for optimal soaking.
If you want a truly rustic feel, My Cabin is kitted out with two beds. This space also has a wood-burning stove, electricity, and a cute little backyard with a fire pit.
If you decide to stay in the Ripple Bus, you can look forward to restored hardwood flooring and even a back deck for stargazing.
The homey decor makes you feel like you're a '70s rockstar.
It's like camping, but with added extras of space heaters and heated mattresses for those chilly desert nights.
There are several different rental options to choose from on the property, and you will leave feeling refreshed and one with nature.
We think that's pretty groovy, man.
Mystic Hot Springs
Price per night: $104 for two people
Address: 475 E. 100 N., Monroe, UT
Why You Need To Go: You can feel like you've traveled back in time at these magically relaxing hot springs with a funky vintage flare.
These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.