Castle Valley Inn

Address: 424 Amber Lane, Moab, Utah, 84532, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 424 Amber Lane, Moab, is near Scenic Byway of Highway 128, Fisher Towers, Professor Creek, and Colorado Riverway.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCastle Valley Inn Moab

      Reviewed by dearrajat

      Excellent stay & rooms

      Reviewed Jul 7, 2013
      by (9 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      It was on the banks of Colorado river. It had fruit trees.

      Inn keeper name was Mercedes, was Mexican & had lemonade & choc cookies ready.

      There was a black cat & dog for Devesh to enjoy.

      Rooms were most spacey of all the places we visited. They were the beautiful as well due to ya wooden theme. It was located at a quite place, which had a pitch dark night.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews Castle Valley Inn Moab

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