Are you looking for an alternative to standard Hotel lodging options? Try a B & B…
The Bed and Breakfast Inns of Utah (BBIU) is a collection of inspected and approved B & B’s and Inns that are located throughout the great State of Utah. From the classic Victorian to the rustic farmhouse-style, all Members provide the inn-goer with an experience that cannot be found in a standard hotel setting.
Utah is widely known for it spectacular scenery, and long historic tradition. Utah is home to five National Parks, seven National Monuments, several National recreation areas, forests, and Historic sites, as well as 40 + State Parks, wilderness areas, and other public lands. Utah was settled in large part by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, also known as LDS or Mormons. Numerous historic sites, towns, and church buildings can be visited throughout the state.
If winter sports are of interest, Utah is home to 14 World-class resorts. Summer finds mosts resorts also providing various opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. In addition, with Utah’s varied terrain and elevation, visitors can ski one day and golf or fish the next. Utah’s southern regions are home to some of the west’s finest golf courses, and blue -ribbon streams abound. ATV enthusiasts, hikers, and bikers will find hundreds and hundreds of trails, many just steps from the inn’s door.
If outdoor recreation is not your choice, Utah is also home to a variety of museums, art galleries, world-class theater, and other cultural activities. Those seeking just a relaxing or romantic get-away will find that also.
A visitor in any area of the state will find a BBIU member inn nearby. There are urban inns, inns in the mountains, inns near the water, inns at the edge of National Parks or Monuments, and inns tucked away in secluded valleys.
Ask any BBIU innkeeper for suggestions about what to see, where to go, and what to do. They are a wealth of information. Most have personally toured, hiked, skied, or played in the area and are often willing to share their “locals” knowledge.