Escalante's Grand Staircase Bed & Breakfast Inn

Address: 280 W. Main St., Escalante, Utah, 84726, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 280 W. Main St., Escalante, is near Highway 12 Scenic Byway, Escalante Petrified Forest State Park, Peekaboo Gulch, and Escalante Resource Area.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsEscalante's Grand Staircase Bed & Breakfast Inn

    Reviewed by cytravel

    Nice Retreat

    Reviewed May 20, 2012
    by (13 reviews) Portland, OR , United States Flag of United States

    This B and B is an excellent choice if you want a more upscale experience than the motels in Escalante. The friendly owner, Tom, will offer local's advice on what to see and do. He also is a pretty good cook who offers specialty eggs and dishes like French toast with apples.

    We enjoyed sitting on the porch outside the room. There is a large skylight in each room that is wonderful for star gazing at night, but the morning light woke me up. If early light bothers your sleep, use a mask

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Escalante's Grand Staircase Bed & Breakfast Inn

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