Desert Hills Bed and Breakfast
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Desert Hills Bed and Breakfast Moab
Travel Blogs from Moab
... recommend it for pure adventure.
The still photos probably don't do the experience justice but they at least give an ideal.
Mike dropped us back into town at 11am and after chatting and browsing their shop we walked along Main Street to find an early lunch. Having been up so early and been out in the sun all morning we headed back to the hotel for a bit of a chill and a snooze.
With the ...
... some work to do if it is going to impress us now. In between these trips to see nature in action we have decided to save money by buying suspect microwaveable products from the supermarket to eat meals in our room. It's easy on the wallet, but maybe not on the body. Time will tell. Salt Lake City, famed for its Mormon culture, was really very nice indeed. The streets were eerily clean and there were so many fountains that we ...
... Three Gossips, The Organ, Courthouse Towers, Park Avenue, La Sal and the Three Penguins). We stopped at one of the picnic areas near Devil's Garden to eat our snack lunch and catch some shade. It was 102 degrees while touring the park and we hiked 5.4 miles today. A pause that was refreshing... 4:30pm (MT): Moab, Utah. After leaving the park we were all exhausted and very hot (jeep seats and shorts soaked from sweat). We headed to the McDonalds to get a coke (with a fountain ...
... parks are similar to KOA parks,
just a different slant (not so family orientated, I think). We couldn’t find a
State Park around here so we booked this one. As far as I’m concerned, we
should have boon dogged it somewhere. Although they have full hook-ups and tick
all the boxes for a four or five star park, they fall woefully short of the
State Parks. This park is in the middle of Moab. They do have ...
... of photo opportunities on the way before arriving at our Super 8 Hotel in Moab. We dump our stuff and take a ride around the Arches National Park. What an incredible place? Hopefully the photos give you a sense of the place.
The evening we spent in an elevated restaurant overlooking our hotel. Some locally brewed beer (IPA) and a new York strip steak finished off a great ...