Everything was quite decent. Room was clean & comfy - loved the big bathroom. Nice setting - lovely house. We missed breakfast, but woman who ran it was enjoyable to chat with. Odd to not have anyone greet us upon arrival, but we were tired & grimy from traveling, so I guess it was alright; just different. I liked the herbal oils owner left as samples for us.
It started with check-in. We never met the owners the entire 3 nights of our stay. Only spoke to them on the phone concerning issues we were experiencing. Their website states check in at the office until 8pm. Found out that was not accurate. We were their before 7 pm and found an envelop with our name and room number on it hanging outside. We were back to our room at about 5:30 pm one evening and found more envelopes hanging outside for arriving guests. No one is there. Website says breakfast is at a partner restaurant in town. However, we learned they now have a cook. They should at least keep their website up to date. That shouldn't be that difficult. Our first morning, we had to use a voucher for breakfast at the partner restaurant since cook was out unexpectedly. Limited to $10 which is insufficient. Forced to order from a limited menu. Let people order what they'd like! We did have two breakfasts that were good, but no decaf coffee. Our room had only one small window in the bathroom. No other windows in the place to open. Rooms are air conditioned, but we had to discover that on our own. There is no thermostat in the room. That's controlled from some central location. So, too bad if you’re too warm. We heard what seemed to be air movement and noticed ceiling vents in our room. The vents were closed. We had to open the vents. There was a ceiling fan in the room but that ticked annoyingly (similar to a clock) when it was higher than low speed. Info sheet in room says lobby/office is open til 7pm, they provide maps (Bryce NP?), brochures and ice. The office was always locked and, again, we never saw the owner. So much for obtaining ice. The walls are paper thin. You can hear almost everything. The sprinkler system goes off in the middle of the night (3:00 am or so) vs. 6:30 or 7:00 am. It woke us up 2 out of the 3 nights we were there. Reset your timer! Bed pillows were absolutely horrible! There's a recessed light fixture outside the room in the eave. No bulb, so bees were building a nest. Called and told the owner on Friday afternoon. Came back Saturday afternoon and the bees were still at it. Owner is so lax, can't even take care of a small little bees nest the next day! In short, we were disappointed given the price we paid. Expected more after shelling out a total of $169. the owners of this place are “inn keeper wanna-be’s” and in our opinion don’t know the first thing about running a B and B. They will tell you they care about their guests. Lip service! Our advice... get on site, be present during office hours for starters. Then, fix the comfort issues with the rooms and surroundings. We Do Not Recommend This Place!…
This was a great disappointment. We never met the owner, they never made us breakfast and Instead gave us vouchers to a café in town. It does have a nice view from the small balcony and it was clean. If you are visiting the National Park this place and even the town of Tropic is not the place to stay.
Pretty Place, comfortable and pleasant staff. Breakfast is a little minimalist - they seemed to just have eggs, sausages, orange juice, coffee, hash potatoes, it is nicely presented, but they seemed to forget we were vegetarian, another lady seemed to have similar problems with gluten intolerance forgotten - but they are trying. A little hard to find in the dark but overall a nice place.
Very nice place. The Hosts were wonderful. The area is quiet. The room was comfortable. The location made it easy to get to Bryce National Park. WiFi was good. It was easy to find. If I return to Bryce, I would stay here again!