Panguitch, UT, US
Entire Private Home in Panguitch, UT
14 guests · 5 bedrooms · 4 bathrooms
Seven Gables 5 bedroom / 4 bathroom sleeps 14 in bedsSeven Gables
Sleeps 14 plus separate Garden Cottage now included as part of the rental (pictured to the left of the main home).
The Carriage House is a new apartment that sleeps 2 people on the adjacent lot to this home that can be added onto your reservation. Click here for more information The Carriage House.
Seven Gables is one of the oldest red brick homes in Panguitch. This historic home of Sheriff Thomas Haycock was built in 1893 and sits on almost one acre. The home is a beautifully restored Victorian home that boasts 4 bedrooms in the main house that will sleep 12 with 3 bathrooms. A large kitchen allows you to cook for your group or just gather for breakfast or snacks. Plenty of room is available in the dining room for meals or to sit in comfortable wingback chairs with your favorite read. The parlor is the perfect location for movie night. The Garden Cottage will sleep another 2 if extra space is needed. The one room jailhouse that will be restored at a later date, sits below the cottage. Panguitch has some of the best outdoor living so enjoy sitting under the shade of the large Elm tree or the expansive grass yard is great for kickball games or volleyball. Evenings are great to gather around the fire pit and tell tall stories, roast marshmallows or view the brilliant starry sky. A two-car detached garage is included for the guests. The home is within walking distance (one block) to main street for dining or grocery store for shopping.
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Located in the valley between the Markagunt and Pausaugunt Plateaus, Panguitch Utah is home to some of the most majestic scenery on earth. A Native American Paiute word meaning “Big Fish,” Panquitch is undoubtedly named for the famously plentiful lake in the nearby mountains, hosting some of the largest rainbow trout in the state and ideal for year-round fishing.
In springtime, Panquitch hosts an Annual Quilt Walk Festival where local quilters display both hand-crafted and machine embroidered works of art, while local performers re-enact the story of Quilt Walk and food lovers highlight their culinary creativity with quintessential pioneer cuisine.
As the gentle warmth of spring fades and the lazy days of summer make their yearly entrance into the town of Panquitch, the city pulses with excitement as pilots launch a sky-full of hot air balloons into the heavens for the annual Panquitch Valley Balloon Rally. As night falls, spectators in the Historic Downtown area encounter the adventurous spirit of the town’s past, mixed in the magic of glowing hot air balloons as they parade up and down Main and Center Streets, like enormous planets waiting to be explored in the starlit sky.
Rodeos, concerts, horse racing, sports tournaments, conventions, and equestrian competitions are hosted at the Canyon Country Complex, the city’s new event center. This state of the art, Triple C Arena is located just off scenic highway 89.
July 24th is one of the town’s biggest celebrations. As the rest of the state pays tribute to the settling of the pioneers in Utah with an annual parade and fireworks, Panquitch commemorates this historic “homecoming” with reunions (family and class), a community breakfast, pit barbeque dinner, races, games, rodeo, and a city dance.
The Haycock house was build in 1893 and is listed as an historical home. Even though this masterpiece has been restored to it's original splendor, it still has all the modern conveniences.
We know your family will enjoy their stay at this home. It not only like stepping back in time, but its convenient location makes it easy to enjoy the downtown area that Panguitch is known for.
Summer isn’t the only time to enjoy activities in Panguitch. A New Year’s Eve party is held every year at the indoor Triple C Arena. The whole town comes out to celebrate and enjoy food, games and live entertainment. Ice fishermen can ring in the new year by participating in the Panguitch Lake “Big Fish” Derby. Beginning the first Saturday in January they vie for cash and other prizes by catching the largest fish.
For those desiring a more personal tribute to the early settlers of Panquitch, a historic cemetery awaits visitors just two miles east of the town on Highway 89. This hauntingly beautiful burial ground hosts tombstones dated as early as 1870.
Come fall in love with this beautifully restored brick home in the heart of Panguitch! Easy walking distance to shops and restaurants. This home is beaming with historic charm, that welcomes you in!
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Panguitch, UT, US
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