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Stone Canyon Inn
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Reviewed May 18, 2014

When at Bryce National Park, this is a very nice upscale alternative to traditional motels, inns and B&Bs. The standalone cabins and bungalows give you an instant at-home feeling, while breakfast and dinner are served in the lodge’s cozy dining room from a menu created by their own in-house chef.

Owner Dixie Burbridge met us at the door, and our bungalow (#9 Sego Lily) was immaculate. A living room-kitchenette combo, large bedroom with king-sized bed, two large screen TVs with satellite service, and a full bath with a Jacuzzi tub and rainforest shower made it even nicer than home. It was a wonderful place to return to after a wearying day on the steep canyon trails.

Room Tip: The bungalows are newer than the cabins.
  • Stayed: May 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 18, 2014

The Inn is located close to Bryce, Kodachrome and Escalante. For us, this was the perfect location for spending time in the Parks. We stayed two nights in one of the cabins (Larkspur). The cabin itself is a total gem! We had one bedroom with a separate sitting area. The sitting area had a gas fireplace and a small frig. The bathroom has an oversize tub with a rain shower. The overall property is still in construction mode (it appears that they are adding additional cabins), but still a great stay. They do not service the cabins on a daily basis, so if you want fresh towels/linens you will need to ask for them. My only suggestion is that they add wine glasses and coffee mugs to the room (you are supplied with two plastic and two paper cups). We would stay here again!!

  • Stayed: May 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 5, 2014

Amazing view from the Inn. We stayed in Ivey Room with a great view in the evening and morning; fabulous room and bath. Breakfast provided in the morning with a great view. Sad to hear that the Inn rooms are closing and restaurant taking over the lodge. However we understand that the cabins will be available for rent. The beds were also wonderful.

Room Tip: Recommend that Ivey Room.
  • Stayed: April 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 5, 2014

We had requested a cabin but were put in a room on the first floor, just above the entrance and breakfast room. Not great for peace and quiet.
It was a shame that there was no way to curtain off all of the windows in our room for a lie in, however as breakfast is set for 8.30am for all guests this was unlikely to happen anyway, which was a shame. Breakfast was mediocre, with no choice. On our visit is was crustless quiche. We prefer something lighter in the morning and it would have been good to have a choice.
Rooms are tastefully done, and this is reflected in the cost which we felt was a little overpriced. The inn was just a few days off opening a restaurant - can't help feeling that this was a distraction to the owners during our stay.

Room Tip: Go for a cabin if you want peace and quiet.
  • Stayed: April 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 24, 2014

We arrived tired from a long days hiking in Bryce Canyon - and were met by Dixie, looking downcast and saying there had been a hiccup and the boiler had packed up - she had booked us into the local motel - but we decided to stay despite the lack of hot water. We upgraded to the Ivy room with great views of the canyon and a huge bathroom (sadly the shower remained untried!). Had a ghastly meal at Clarkes, down the road - everything re-heated - but our view remained un dimmed that this would be a great place to stay if everything was working.

  • Stayed: April 2014, traveled as a couple
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