We had a very scenic, if long, drive from Denver to Casle Valley. We stayed in the Inn for four nights at the end of June - and it was very hot.
We stayed in the Anazazi cabin and loved it. It is a little dseparate from the other biuidings with its own balcony and barbecue. The setting is idyllic, with red rocks all around and the inn itself a green oasis. There are hammocks under the plentiful trees and we relaxed a couple of mornings in them. We never tried the hot tub.
The accommodation was clean and spacious enough. We had limited cooking facilities with a 2 ring hob, microwave and fridge but this was enough for us to relax and eat in on three nights.
In the main biulding there is a lounge area with books, DVD and TV that all guests can use. Breakfast was largely eaten outside. You book into one of three start ties and there is a changing breakfast menu - announced the previous afternoon. The quiche and crepes were specially good. We could have passed on the biscuits and gravy but that may be our funny foreigh tastes.
It was a great place to start our US adventure. The only down side is the approx 25 min drive to Arches/Moab. However this is along the valey of the mighty Colorado with views at every turn. Also there are more local hikes that you can take.
The hosts were very helpful and pleasant.
- Also Known As:
- Castle Valley Hotel Moab
- Castle Valley Inn Moab, Utah