Where Your Stay is Like Home.
Escalante is one of several perfect base camps for your visit to Bryce Canyon Country, with scenery and adventure in every direction. Centrally located along Scenic Byway 12, Escalante is surrounded by rugged beauty and offers easy access to Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, Dixie National Forest, Bryce Canyon National Park, Escalante Petrified Forest State Park, and more.
A variety of B&B lodgings promise an enjoyable, relaxing stay in Escalante, from the century-old rustic farmhouse at Canyons Bed and Breakfast to deluxe western accommodations at the Cowboy Country Inn. You’ll find good ole’ fashioned guest service with convenient amenities like a hot tub, sun deck, and hearty breakfast at the Rainbow Country Bed and Breakfast. Charm overflows at the Escalante’s Grand Staircase Bed and Breakfast Inn, featuring eight themed guest rooms (Earth, Wind, Fire and Sun in the Coach House; Clay, Cadet, Antique, and Sage in the Carriage House) with Aspen log furniture. The Slot Canyons Inn, located on a 160-acre ranch, offers beautiful and tranquil lodging in the majestic landscape of the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. The inn offers themed rooms in the main lodge, or a restored 1,600-foot log home (once home to Amanda Blake and Miss Kitty on Gunsmoke).
Known as ‘The Center of Scenic Utah, Panguitch is immersed in history, scenery, and outdoor adventure. Centrally located near Dixie National Forest and Bryce Canyon National Park, there are plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, ATV riding, snowmobiling, horseback riding, fishing, and more. An evening stroll through Panguitch’s charming red brick historic district is the perfect end to any day.
Local B&Bs like The Red Brick Inn B&B reflect Panguitch’s distinct historical flavor. The 1920s Dutch Colonial home once served as the first rural hospital in the region. Six guest rooms offer a quiet reprieve from the real world, and a hearty breakfast will energize you for the day’s coming activities. The William Prince Inn also offers three guest rooms in a historic home, for a restful retreat.
Scenic Tropic is located just 11 miles from Bryce Canyon National Park, right on Scenic Highway 12. Several small bed and breakfasts dot the bucolic ranching community, making it an ideal location for exploring Bryce Canyon Country.
The AAA-approved Bulberry Inn offers clean rooms with log furniture, individual baths, internet access, and air conditioning. Views of Bryce Canyon Point and Powell Point are sure to make your stay as scenic as it is relaxing. At the Bryce Point Bed and Breakfast, you’ll feel just like you’re staying at Grandma’s house, in one of five guest rooms named after the host’s children and grandchildren. Bryce Point is the scenic focal point of this B&B, with large picture windows in each guest room and a wrap-around sun porch for all guests to enjoy.
Nestled under the rim of Bryce Canyon, the Bryce Trails Bed & Breakfast has five truly spacious, themed rooms named after trails in Bryce Canyon National Park. Each room offers gorgeous views and private baths. A fresh breakfast of puffed pancakes or hearty omelets accompanied by sausage, bacon, fresh muffins or fruit packs the perfect punch to start your day. Whether you’ve come to Tropic to explore the great outdoors or immerse yourself in serenity, The Slot Canyon Inn offers luxurious accommodations and stunning views. Choose a guest room with a Jacuzzi in the main inn, a family-friendly lodge, or more secluded accommodations in the cabins or cottages. A large, east-facing deck is the perfect spot to enjoy a hearty breakfast at sunrise, afternoon views of Powell Point, or evening stargazing.
Red Brick Inn of Panguitch B&B
The William Prince Inn B&B: 888.676.2525 / 435.676.2525