Each room is decorated and furnished differently and with taste. The rooms are spacious. But what really made our 3 day stay unique was the assistance and great advice of Tom (the manager). No doubt we would go out of our way just to stay there again !
We were just passing through Escalante and stayed one night at The Inn. Tom was most welcoming and told us about good places to visit on our way to Bryce. He recommended the Outfitters next door for their pizza and was right on target, it was just about the best pizza we’ve had. But it being March and with limited dining space we ate outside. When asked, Tom gave us a cup of coffee and tea to warm up with—most appreciated! The room was immaculately clean and super comfortable. Breakfast was a home made blueberry muffin with tea or coffee and delicious. This being an Inn and there being many restaurants nearby, we didn’t expect a full spread. We’d come stay again if in the area.
We stayed one night at The Inn of Escalante on a whim as we passed through the area. The room was nice - we loved the skylight and to see the stars at night but were not as certain about the barbed wire as part of the mural on the wall. The walls were thin and we could hear the tv from another room as well as murmured talking, coughing, etc. Tom was nice as we checked in and offered suggestions for eating and such. As other reviews have indicated, there were a number of rules. It didn't bother us as we were simply passing through and didn't have kids, coolers, etc. If we were a family passing through, it's likely we would have needed to choose a different lodging location.
This little place was perfect. We were greeted by the nicest man! The room was clean and AC was cold. Next door has some of the best pizza I’ve ever had! And if you need something for the trip they have it too!
The room was great however, no coffee maker or microwave...The owner showed us to our room and proceeded to tell us about all of the extra charges if we didn’t follow the rules stated on the room handout. Kind of harsh..Tom could have presented the rules differently.We felt on edge the entire length of our stay. We travel frequently and stay in hotels about 3-4 months out of the year and have never felt as uncomfortable as he made us feel with the rules. Again, if he had communicated them differently- we might have felt differently...just be prepared if you choose this establishment- the room was nicely decorated and the bed was comfortable- and...a great shower!
Stayed for 4 nights exploring the Grand Staircase. Tom,the owner, greeted us upon arrival and asked us what are plans were and he shared his knowledge of the area. He walked us to the room and showed us the remote and tv. The room was very clean,spacious and quiet. It was decorated with some really cool southwestern things and a mural. The downside was his list of rules and penalties(more $$$added to bill) . Not that the rules were horrible but they come across very harsh and not welcoming. Think Tom could handle his requests differently. It made me feel afraid to leave a speck of dirt! Even tho most renters would be hikers, he didn't allow coolers,no hiking gear in room,don't leave door open for more than a second,dont be a minute late to check out,his list goes on... There was no fridge or microwave. Only a community fridge outside. Maybe Tom should just charge a refundable deposit instead of having the harsh rules. I enjoyed my stay in spite of that and the room really was lovely.…
My friend & I stayed Friday and Saturday nights in September 2020 while we explored the beautiful area around Escalante. Tom, the owner, was delightful to visit with each morning in the main dining room where we enjoyed baked goods fresh from the oven and our choice of hot beverages. Tom seemed to know every trailhead around and gave us excellent directions and tips. The place doesn't look impressive outside, but the rooms are each tastefully decorated, spacious and clean. The bed was very comfortable. Parking is right by the room. There are only a few rooms and It sits far enough from the main highway that it seemed very serene here, especially with the pastures bordering the property and the view of the beautiful Red Rock. I would stay here again and highly recommend it.
This is a great place to stay! We had 2 rooms for 3 nights. Each room has a different theme and each family enjoyed their time there. The Inn was very quiet and the beds comfortable. When we arrived, Tom, the owner, came to greet us and told us about places to see in the area while staying there. (He is very knowledgeable of the area and you will get some inside tips on where to go. ) He has hot chocolate and coffee early each morning. Parking is right outside your door. There are picnic tables in a courtyard area in case you want to get food from nearby restaurants or have your own food to eat. We definitely will stay here again when in the area.
Yes, it is very hard to find..as driving I had to pass twice to find it.. and from the exterior you have second thoughts as to your reservation. When we arrived our check in material was posted on the door of the office and key and papers were left in the mailbox. No smoking, pets, children... sign a waiver of responsibility. Room was nicely appointed ( rugs, linens, beds, etc.) however, no coffee pot, microwave, fridge. It is not a B and B. Only coffee and tea in the morning offered at office. However, Tom is very helpful with areas of interest!!! Gave us great suggestions as to things to see, do and eat with hand drawn maps!! Would stay again!! Love to support local independent businesses at this time!!!❤️👍❤️
Booked for July 2020 for conference and sightseeing Unable to travel due to Australian Govt travel ban, liquidation of airline and cancellation of conference Made bookings. Requested refunds from properties. 7 agreed and 2 didn't. They all sent pleasant emails stating sorry you had to cancel, hope you visit us soon and the 2 that didn't refund pointed out their conditions in a pleasant manner. Fair enough Then there was the Inn of Escalante who sent a fairly obnoxious email stating all was well in Utah, it was my fault for not taking insurance( I did but COVID not covered) and was written in a rude condescending manner NO apology or visit us soon. Unprofessional Avoid
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