Bryce Trails Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Historical Traveler Reviews Bryce Trails Bed and Breakfast Tropic
Stayed for one night in September in the Bristle Cone Pine room. Lovely room, extremely clean and comfortable. Had a peek into the other rooms as we checked in early and all looked just as nice. Great hospitality from Heather and breakfast kept us going for the rest of the day. Breakfast was freshly prepared to order and included fresh fruit, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, toast and some gorgeous pancakes with fresh raspberries. Wish we could have stayed another night. If we are ever back in that area we will definately return.
A fantastic B&B and great host!
We stayed at the Bryce Trails B&B in late August in the "Mossy Cave" for 1 night. The room was very, very clean and so nicely decorated. The whole place has such a warm and cosy feeling to it.
Heather is the best host! She warmly welcomed us into her home and she cooks the best breakfast, especially the orange pancakes!! She organised an ATV tour for us and advised where we should go for dinner and to watch the sunset. We were a little wary about taking our 6 year old son to a B&B, but he just loved the home atmosphere and Heather made him feel so welcome, in fact he followed her around everywhere, asking lots of questions to which she happily answered.
Our only regret is that we didn't stay longer. A fantastic B&B!!
Wonderful B & B.
My wife and I stayed at this B & B on Sept 12 and 13. The room was spacious and beatufully decorated. The breakfast was basically made to order and the owner, Heather, was both gracious and enthusiastic. It took about 10-15 minutes to drive to the Park. I would recommend staying here to anyone thinking of going to Bryce Canyon National Park
I loved this B & B and would recommend to anyone!
My husband, me and a friend stayed at Bryce Trails for one night and loved it. We came in late and we were able to get into our rooms. My husband and I stayed in "Under the Rim". It was the cleanest room I have ever stayed in and in the morning we had a good view of Bryce Canyon. It was so peaceful and quiet. We had a wonderful breakfast the next morning and we got to enjoy the view as we sat and ate. Everyone was so friendly and we got advise about our trip through Bryce Canyon. I would recommend this B & B to anyone who is going to be visiting the Bryce Area. We plan on going back on our next trip to Bryce.
Sparks, Jeffersonville In.
Better late than never.
We had traveled for 12 hours across a very empty but beautiful southern Utah in 100+ degree heat all day. We arrived at Tropic and the Bryce Trails Bed and Breakfast at 8 pm - exhausted and late. Heather welcomed us warmly and helped get us settled into our room, called Under the Rim. Heather helped us find a place to eat and cooked a great breakfact. The room was comfortable and faced the mountains of Byrce NP. Great place to stay if you are going to see the national park.
Big Breakfast & Clean Rooms and Great Hosts
Bryce Trails B & B was clean and had Big rooms to fit our family.
Heather was a great hosts and booked our horseback ride, atv ride and a guided hike tour. I will recommend this B & B for families that like to relax and have fun and with a great view of the back of Bryce Canyon and off the main hwy!!!
The Stevens Family
Clean, large rooms and great hosts
Jim & Heather are great hosts!! Very clean and big rooms. The best & biggest breakfast ever at a B&B and it satisfied us all day.We even got fresh fruit!!.
We had a wonderful view facing the back of Bryce Canyon and in the am we sat out on the deck to watch the sunrise. We will be back next year and tell all our friends to stay at Bryce Trails Bed & Breakfast.
Loved this place. Hosts were warm and went all out to please!
Toured the southwest by car on a 9 day trip in early September that took us 1600 miles starting and ending in Vegas (best direct flight from NYC area out west was to fly in to Vegas on the great airline JetBlue.)
This place was by far the nicest accomodations and in fact we modified our trip to stay for a second evening because we enjoyed it so much. The rooms are beautiful, spotlessly clean, and large (we had the biggest room in the place but we toured the others just to see how they were and all would have been more than adequate.) The hosts Heather and Jim were most gracious, not only baking cookies in the evening, huge breakfasts in the morning, but even cooked us dinner one evening too!! (They're very good cooks btw). They stayed up with us and the others staying there to play games and entertain and the whole experience felt like staying at a friend's place, not just an inn. To be honest, we hated to leave, but take solace in the fact we will definitely be back to see them next year.
Great Place to StayWhen in Bryce Canyon Park
My husband, 16 year old son, and I stayed here for 2 nights on August 1st and 2nd. Heather & Jim was extremely hospitable and friendly, I felt like I was staying at a friend's house. Breakfast each morning was outstanding. Our son loved the OJ pancakes! Other couples and families were very friendly also. Stayed in Navajo Room, with plenty of room for the 3 of us, which included a queen bed and futon. Heather made cookies each night with milk. The surrounding views of Bryce Canyon are gorgeous! Would definitely come back here again and would recommend this place to others! The website truly depicts each room as they actually are. Take the 1/2 day horseback riding tour down to the bottom of Bryce Canyon.
Large room and Great Hosts
A friend of ours recommended Bryce Trails. Our hosts were very helpful with information about the surrounding area. We ended up hiking from the back of the property up to the top of Bryce Canyon Park.It was a great hike. At the top of the canyon we had lunch then heading back down to the bed & Breakfast. The room was very large. My husband, me and our son had pletty of room to move around. The sofa turn into a futon bed for my son. For breakfast they served a buffet style country breakfast, complete with homemade biscets and gravy. We plan on staying there again when we head back to explore more of the Bryce Canyon Area.
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