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We chose Bryce Country Cabins over a few other cheaper hotels in the area, because we wanted something different than the average hotel room. I had put in for a standard cabin, hoping for a stand-alone, but we ended up with a double cabin. As...More
We were delighted to stay here and would definitely return if in the area again. We stayed three nights from 5/7 until 5/10 due to proximity to Bryce Canyon National Park. We had a deluxe cabin (having some kitchen functionality is important to us on...More
The location of the cabin was perfect for visiting Bryce Canyon. We expected to have our own small cabin, but when we checked in, we were put in a "cabin duplex", two cabins attached to one another that share a porch. Each 'cabin' had their...More
I would have liked to tell you about my stay here but the owner made that impossible. I made sure she knew that my husband and I needed a cabin for two and my SD. As soon as I said that, her demeanor (pretty sure...More
Beatiful setting, nice cabins. We stayed in what looked to be a brand new cabin that was immaculate. This cabin/room adjoined very noisy neighbors who woke us very early Satruday morning. Be sure to ask if your cabin adjoins another, as this was not right,...More
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Our room was in a duplex cabin. I don't know if any of the cabins have just one room. We were in no way bothered by having any occupants next door. There are separate entrances of course, but the back porch runs the width... More
Our room was in a duplex cabin. I don't know if any of the cabins have just one room. We were in no way bothered by having any occupants next door. There are separate entrances of course, but the back porch runs the width of the building, although each individual room has its own porch area. I simply don't know anything about what a "standard room" is.