My husband and I chose to stay here for one night during a long road trip. We were tired of faceless chain hotels and wanted some home comforts. From the moment we arrived Peggy made us feel welcome. She showed us around her beautiful property and explained the interesting history of the building. We stayed in the Northwoods room which was decorated beautifully. We had a lovely private bathroom which had great toiletries, soft towels and a very interesting bathroom cabinet!
We then enjoyed a coffee from the fantastic machine in the garden whilst watching the hummingbirds.
Later that evening we sat on the back deck watching the stars whilst eating a takeaway pizza and chatting to Peggy.
We had a lovely sleep in a very comfy bed and awoke to the smell of a delicious breakfast. Peggy served us lovely fruit with homemade yogurt, peach whole meal pancakes, bacon and eggs.
We were delighted with our stay and wished that we had another night there. It really was wonderful!
- 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