Peggy, the owner of Red Brick Inn, made us feel at home, comfortable and relaxed. Our family of 5 thoroughly enjoyed and were comfortable in the "Hide Out". A basement level accomodation that had a kitchen, bathroom, living room, fireplace and 3 bedrooms. Breakfast was delicious and conversation with Peggy always delightful and informative about the local area. Panguitch was our home base for Bryce Canyon and Zion. One day weather kept us close to our home away from home to do a little laundry, check out Main Street antique stores and play a board game by fireside. We even enjoyed her firepit out back by roasting hotdogs and marshmelI ows on skewers. She even suggested peanut butter on our smores, which is now a new tradition. We would highly recommend The Red Brick Inn to anyone staying in the area. Even if you aren't planning a trip in the area, it's worth going to Panguitch just to stay at Peggy's place.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in 1919 as the first hospital in Southern Utah, the inn is constructed of locally made red brick. Shady backyard, deck, big country breakfast (special diets are no problem), homemade chocolate chip cookies, chickens, bicycles. Groups and children welcome. No pets, no smoking. 30 minutes to Bryce Canyon, 60 minutes to Zion. Allergy alert: we have a small dog in the house, no cats. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Red Brick Inn Of Panguitch B&B Utah