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3066 Highway 12, Panguitch, (UT) 84759, United States of America – Show map
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Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
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Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children or adults stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Up to two additional older children or adults stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 10 per person per night for extra beds.
Cribs are not available.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. No extra charges.
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Located just under 1 mile from Bryce Canyon National Park, this Utah hotel features convenient amenities and comfortable accommodations just minutes from Scenic Byway 12 and the Escalante national...
Score from 700 reviews Good
This Panguitch, Utah resort is 20 miles from the Bryce National Park. Zion National Park is 68 miles away. A free hot American breakfast is served daily.
Score from 576 reviews Good
Offering a hot breakfast each morning, this bed and breakfast is 20 minutes’ drive from Panguitch Lake. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen cable TV. Free WiFi access is available.
Score from 63 reviews Wonderful
Featuring a restaurant on site, this motel is in Bryce. All rooms come with free Wi-Fi and a TV. Bryce Canyon National Park is a 5-minute drive from the motel.
Score from 176 reviews Review score
even tho' on a busy road no traffic noise beds comfy
choice of menu we don't eat big meals but enjoyed what we had
These darling cabins had everything we needed, were fairly priced, and the breakfast at their restaurant was delicious. The cabins were nice and soundproof, so we slept well with no outside sounds keeping us awake.
Tiny shower, but it was okay, and I'd much rather have a shower than a bathtub.
Different type of accomodation from norm which was a travel goal for us friendly manager and very good breakfast
Not enough hot water
- It's so close to the Bryce Canyon - Nice Cottages
- WiFi didn't work at all - We arrived at 8.10 pm and the woman at the office told us, that the restaurant closes at 8 o'clock and that we won't get any meal. But people just startet eating their soup... - It was very cold at night and in the morning (it was end of September) - No fridge
Poor restaurant No wine. Food mediocre.
Food in restaurant was plain but very well tasting!
The staff had the most horrible attitude. We arrived a bit late due to heavy rains. Was given my room key and instructions to go next door to the 2nd floor (no eye contact). I objected as I had booked a cottage. She finally looked me in the eyes with a reproachful look on a her face and told me that that was not possible, as she had no cottages left. But on the upside, the rooms in the inn next door had WiFi..according to their website so do all the rooms, so either she told me a fat lie or their webpage is untrue... The rudeness continued towards most guests in the restaurant, which kind of ruined the otherwise nice place and good food.
The cottage was deceiving. Actually larger than it looked. Very clean, comfortable and quiet. A good deal for the money. Breakfast at the Inn next door was super......however dinner menu was very limited and food so-so.
Location Parking Ease of access
Poor food, especially for the price
Cabins added some charm, it was one of the closest accommodations to Bryce without being in the park itself. Meals were really nice (although cost extra).
No real dislikes but it would have been nice to have had a swimming pool!
Clean and tidy Great breakfast and dinner (home cooked) Owner with a huge heart only 15 minutes to Bryce
Wi-Fi reception is a bit poor, but hey, who needs wi-fi when on holiday.
The log cabins are excellent inside and out! Excellent staff or maybe the owner just call the number posted in the front door if you're late for check in, we came around 12 midnight just one ring the staff responded impronto!
Very charming cabins a well equipped Nice host Restaurant with home made traditional food. Proximity to Bryce Canyon
Restaurant/breakfast hours : restaurant closed at 8:30PM / breakfast starts at 8AM Shower water smells bad (sulfur)
Unexpectedly quaint rustic wooden cabin ... new and spacious. Down the road from Bryce Canyons and lovely humming bird feeders surround the cafe. Wonderful stay with our little boy
Not close to a gas/food/ice mart.
Motel rooms are individual cabins (but VERY close to one another).
The lovation is acceptable only if you stop for one night coming from or going to Bryce Canyon; Panguitch, the next place offering any services, is ten miles away. Around Harold's Place is nothing but plain desert. Free WiFi is a joke, there is no WiFi at all. Although I had it written on my confirmation, I was charged 20 extra bucks first, and only upon my complaint that there is no signal I have been told that WiFi coverage is outside (!) buildings only and been given my extra money back. Not more than that, even though I had booked and paid for WiFi. Apart from all that, the front desk lady was not very friendly. Straight after I was handed my room key, she closed the office for the day (at ~8pm!), and I had to ring via phone for the WiFi things, see above. The restaurant can't be good, never of the three times I was there I saw any person in or around.
cozy feel, quiet
hot water ran out very quickly
You have to try the breakfast. Home cooking at its best! My wife and I had fun "camping" in our cabin. Don't worry; there is a sink, coffee maker, shower, and two beds.
We arrived late, and no restaurants were open in this remote area, so I simply made dinner with my Propane Stove. Place looks a little old fashioned, but that's what adds to the character. If I wanted a 5 star hotel, I wouldn't be looking for a cabin.
Cute cabins were rustic and quaint. Clean rooms and good location. Hummingbirds at the restaurant.
Staff was competent but not friendly, even cold.
The 'barbecue area' was a single small barbecue grill and 2 wooden tables that had lots of slivers. There were no queen-size beds.
Location relative to bryce
No internet in cottage Erratic internet at office Were placed to noisy room instead of cottage and changed back only after insisting on original deal Staff is not accommodating
Wonderful restaurant, great service, down home food and 60's music..
Rooms face parking lot, and could be updated
Nice spacious cabins.
Could do with fridge and wifi in rooms. Also a telephone to contact other rooms would have been handy as our son was poorly and staying in a separate cabin. The cellphone reception was poor.
The small but adequate cabin was built with the same style log as our former home. Had a pleasant piney aroma, comfy beds, nice location close to Bryce Canyon.
Restaurant wasn't open when we were there but there were many other places to eat in the area.
Cute cabins, location near main hwy. and close to National Park.
Bed mattresses, insects in room, dirty windows.
Next to highway very noisy with cars going past all night long. Staff could have been friendlier and more available and Informative regarding food options I.e. Chef from Las Vegas and such
The location was very convenient for a trip to Bryce Canyon. Restaurant had excellent food.
No wifi in cabins.
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