Cisco Post Office
An authentic desert ghost town stay, in a quirky, characterful and historic Utah guest house, surrounded by wildlife and wondrous views.
A thriving area in the 1880s, Cisco has since faded into a ghost town, filled with the deserted buildings and relics that characterise a typical ‘old west' railroad town.
As its name suggests, Cisco Post Office is the town's former mail hub. Closed down in the 1990s, it has now been creatively converted into a small-yet-beautiful guesthouse for two.
Inside the rustic, cosy space is a comfy twin-sized bed (if you need more sleeping space, an extra cot can be provided on request), seating, air conditioning, Wi-Fi, and plenty of quirky hints to the building's past! There's also a firepit for you to enjoy by evening, as you take in those unique views.
Adding to the unique ‘ghost town' feel is your very own outhouse, surrounded by derelict buildings and abundant wildlife. But if you feel like returning to civilisation at any point, there's plenty to explore close by, including Canyonlands National Park.
(If you're staying put, don't worry - you won't be left completely alone with the ghosts, as friendly owner Eileen lives right across the street, in a 1950's airstream trailer!)