First, the good. The owner/innkeeper is very hospitable and friendly. The breakfast was very good, eggs cooked to order, bacon, hash browns and toast, juice and coffee or tea. Now, the not so good. We stayed in the part of the inn that was outside the original house, it was added on at some point. The walls were, very, very thin and you could hear everything from the room next door and above. The plumbing from the adjacent rooms was very loud, every flush and shower. The wifi was practically non existent in our room. If you could ever get a connection, it would only last a minute or two. The location is good for visiting Bryce, just a few miles away and I'm sure a better choice than staying at Ruby's in town.