I agree with the previous reviewers regarding the Pines. If you are looking for a clean, inexpensive comfortable place to relax, The Pines is a good place for you. With kitchen facilities in the suite, it was easy to keep expenses down. Moreover, from what I could see, you have to go pretty far afield to find fine dining- we didn't even bother. Looking for wireless? Park your car outside of the library just down the road for free 24 hour wireless. They also have a nice book exchange going, if you are looking for reading material (donation to the library suggested- they need it). Small, well-kept outdoor pool which we had almost all to ourselves. Sauna was under repair and the local fitness center (which was advertised as available for a fee) had just closed down and is for sale.) The Bryce resort activities are available for a fee, but we didn't need them. Walking on the grounds can be chancy during good golfing days. There are many beautiful trails in the nearby mountains and a few within a short hop by car. For us, it was a perfect place to rest and recharge. Thinking of going back for the fall color. It should be gorgeous. If you are light sensitive, bring blinders for sleeping since the shades were not adequate to darken the room and the old style room air conditioners can be noisy.
- Also Known As:
- The Pines Hotel Basye