Utah Bed and Breakfasts
The sky's the limit on a Utah vacation. The elevation of Utah's tallest peaks makes Utah America's rooftop! Then come down to earth and stay at a Utah bed and breakfast.
Adventurers can go hiking in Moab and hunt for fossils at the Flaming Gorge. Adventurers can travel the Grand Circle tour of six National Parks -- Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef and the north rim of the Grand Canyon, best accessed from Southern Utah. Adventurers can find a restful night's sleep at any bed and breakfast in Utah
Adventure was an everyday occurrence for the miners who founded Park City. Today adventure in Park City involves Utah's dry powder, "The Greatest Snow on Earth" which lures snowboarders as well as skiers. And after such adventures, there is always a warm bed & breakfast in Utah for your accommodations.
The vibrant community of Cedar City in the southwestern section of Utah hosts an annual Shakespearean festival as well as mountain biking trails in the summer and ski runs in the winter. So for the year round adventurer there is always a choice of bed and breakfasts in Utah, especially Cedar City.
If you haven't worn out the adventurer yet, try whitewater rafting on the Colorado River or head to St. George for year round golfing on 10 different golf courses. And of course your choice of several Utah bed and breakfasts.
Stay at a Utah bed breakfast in Salt Lake City, the state capital, and walk through the historic downtown, full of tempting restaurants and shops.
From Provo to Park City or Ogden to Logan, this state's middle name is adventure. And no matter how tired, the traveler has a comfortable bed and tempting breakfast at any number of Utah bed breakfast across the state.
Utah B&B Associations
Bed and Breakfast Inns of Utah
Ashland's Bed and Breakfast Network