We (parents and son) stayed here during our visit to the national parks in late October and we could not have been more pleased. The rooms are quite spacious, very comfortable beds with linens so great we bought some ourselves ! Very quiet at night which meant a much appreciated good night's sleep after running around Bryce Canyon during the day.
The Inn itself is lovely and dripping with history, which we very much enjoyed hearing about. It's an easy walk from there to the Main drag where we had a great dinner one night. While it was a bit too chilly to enjoy the garden out back, I could well imagine lazy late night evenings there during warmer months.
Breakfast was indeed a treat. far and away the best we had on our trip. Everything fresh and freshly made with excellent coffee, banana bread, eggs, etc., etc. We are kind of sticklers for a good meal to start the day (we run a B&B of our own back home) and the Red Brick Inn past the test with flying colors !
Finally, and most importantly, was the warm welcome and friendliness and willingness to go above and beyond of Peggy, who made our all-too-short stay such a pleasure. We certainly know where we'll stay when we return and have already given this address to friends.
Very highly recommended.
- 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