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Reviewed April 8, 2018

We stayed here for one night in conjunction with our visit to Bryce. There is not a lot available in this area...not many hotels and not many (any?) decent restaurants - keep that in mind.

This place is small and rather isolated. We did not have a car (a tour dropped us off), so thank God that they had a restaurant onsite for dinner. This restaurant is rather formal/expensive - the staff was not exactly friendly - and they do not have a full bar (just wine)....but I think it is pretty much the only game in town so at least it was open and on site with a nice view!

The cabin itself was quite roomy and clean for our family of 4. It was very nice to have 2 bathrooms. One teen used the sofa bed which was not super comfortable but handy. We had a hot tub on the deck which was fun to use. There was a BBQ as well but unless you come armed with a bag full of groceries I can't imagine being able to use it. Nice hardwood floors. Handy kitchen. Internet is spotty at best.

My one complaint would be the lack of any breakfast - not even a pot of coffee (although you can make some in your room). I'm an early riser and would have loved to have been able to walk over to the main office and grab a nice cup of coffee and maybe a piece of fruit or a muffin - but there was absolutely nothing open or available and as we had no car we had to wait for our tour pick up to then take us to a very average/rather unappealing restaurant in town.

From what I saw in my realtively short time in the area this is pretty much the nicest place to stay/best place to eat available

Date of stay: April 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank MLO1965
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Reviewed March 23, 2018

Our family of three stayed in a bungalow for one night on March 13, 2018. The bungalow was more than adequate for two adults and one child, but I suspect any more than that would be a bit cramped. We arrived relatively late in the day, and the office staff was professional and very helpful in giving us directions.

The bungalow was clean, beautifully decorated and has high quality touches throughout. The rainshower bathtub was phenomenal, and we enjoyed our stay very much. The complementary caramel corn provided was excellent. If I wanted to nitpick, the wifi wasn't phenomenal, but we weren't there for internet! We did have to move the couch over in order to get the Murphy bed out, but our son loved the Murphy bed, and it was not a bother for us at all.

We did not take advantage of the continental breakfast in the morning (the restaurant itself was not open for the season yet), but it looked lovely from the outside.

As I recall, it is quite close to Mossy Cave Trail, so be sure to check that out while you're there as well.

Room tip: Bungalow is charming and great for two adults and one child; anything more than that and I would upgrade to a cabin for more space.
Date of stay: March 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank winterfyre
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Reviewed March 21, 2018 via mobile

Had excellent food, service, and guest house accommodations. The owner took special care to make note of our 10yr anniversary! We felt very welcome and relaxed. It would be somewhere we would come back too.

Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank EnglishPaige
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Reviewed February 25, 2018

We stayed here in a 2-bedroom cabin while visiting Bryce Canon. The accommodations were very nice, with a full kitchen, two well appointed bedrooms, and 2 separate baths. Our unit even had a hot tub. The cabin was comfortable, and the view of the sky at night was spectacular. Off season, it was also a very good value.

The staff and owners here were very friendly, and we'd certainly stay there again, we'd also highly recommend it. Our only complain was breakfast.

Because it was off-season, the restaurant is closed. We were told, though, that there would be breakfast in the morning (which surprised us). We should have asked further. Frankly, they should just skip serving it. There was bread and bagels, oatmeal and whole fruit. There was (really weak and flavorless) coffee, and lukewarm water for tea and the instant oatmeal. We'd have been better off (and have rather) gone elsewhere to get a better breakfast, but we were already there, so we ate it. In season, I understand their breakfast is something special. Off-season, make your own in the cabin, or go elsewhere.

All that being said, we didn't go there for the breakfast, we went for the proximity to Bryce and the accommodations, and both met and exceeded our expectations.

Date of stay: February 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed February 23, 2018

Very nice place to stay! A little hard to find, and sort of difficult to find your way back to your bungalow in the dark, but well worth it!
The bungalow is really nice and the fireplace was welcome on the chilly February night. I wasn't a big fan of the rain shower head that points directly down. It makes it hard to rinse places that don't point up. :)
If you come during the off season, pick up a sandwich from Subway on your way in, or buy something already made or microwavable from the grocery store at the corner. The only restaurant in town open was Ruby's and that was just disgusting!

Date of stay: February 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Martha W
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