Peaceful Bed and Breakfast Accommodation near Capitol Reef National Park in Torrey, Utah
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In the bedroom, guests will find a queen-size bed and an armchair surrounded by cozily carpeted flooring. The bathroom contains a combination bathtub/shower. Linens and towels are provided. Other amenities include a complimentary breakfast, Wi-Fi, and a ceiling fan. Outside, guests will find a shared deck from which they can see the Golden Throne of Capitol Reef National Park.
If you cancel 24 hours or more prior to check-in.
- Queen-size bed
- Linens and pillows
- Running water
- Dining room
A blow dryer, an air mattress, a Pack 'N Play, and an iron and ironing board are available upon request.
Outside, guests will find a wraparound deck, a fire pit, and ample outdoor parking with space for oversized vehicles.
- Dinner additional charge
Location + Surroundings
In a landscape dominated by desert, guests might not expect to see much wildlife, but the park's pinyon-juniper woodlands, perennial streams, dry washes (also known as arroyos), and rock cliffs are home to an abundance of creatures big and small, with 239 species of birds, 71 species of mammals, 15 species of reptiles, five species of amphibians, and 13 species of native fish having had recorded sightings within its boundaries. Residents of the park include mule deer, gray foxes, mountain lions, desert bighorn sheep, desert spiny lizards, midget faded rattlesnakes, peregrine falcons, golden eagles, and Mexican spotted owls.
To the southwest, the park borders Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. The former safeguards more than a million acres of some of the most remote lands in the entire United States, while the latter contains 1.25 million acres of deserts and canyons surrounding Lake Powell, providing an abundance of land and water-based recreation options.
The bed and breakfast is about four hours from Salt Lake City, where the nearest international airport is located.
- Horseback riding on-site
- Wildlife watching
At Capitol Reef National Park, guests will find nearly 200 miles of marked trails and backcountry routes on which they can go hiking through the park's 243,921 acres of spectacular desert landscape. Guests can also explore the park by bike, on horseback, or by car.
A variety of designated roads are open to cyclists and/or motorists, such as the appropriately named Scenic Drive, the Cathedral Valley Loop, and South Draw Road. For horseback riding, guests can explore the Old Wagon Trail, Halls Creek, the South Desert, and the South Draw.
Guests can also go rock climbing at the park. The most popular site for climbing is Wingate cliff, which has naturally fractured walls and hard stone walls that lend themselves to the use of chocks, nuts, and camming devices.
While exploring the park, guests will have ample opportunities for birdwatching and wildlife viewing, with 239 species of birds, 71 species of mammals, 15 species of reptiles, five species of amphibians, and 13 species of native fish sighted within its boundaries, including mule deer, gray foxes, mountain lions, desert bighorn sheep, desert spiny lizards, midget faded rattlesnakes, peregrine falcons, golden eagles, and Mexican spotted owls.
For more enjoyment of the great outdoors on land, guests can head to Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, where they can go hiking, biking, ATV riding, and rock climbing. For water-based recreation, guests can head to the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, where they can go boating, fishing, swimming, and kayaking on Lake Powell and the Colorado River
Check-in: 03:00 PM early check-in allowed additional charge
Check-out: 11:00 AM late check-out allowed additional charge
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Pets are not permitted.
Alcohol may not be consumed within the building.
Check-out is at 11:00 a.m. Monday to Saturday and 8:00 a.m. on Sundays.