Parrish Place B&B
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Historical Traveler Reviews Parrish Place B&B Salt Lake City
Parrish Place-A Quiet Haven
Parrish Palce is the "perfect place" to spend a few days and explore Salt Lake City....it is a quiet haven within a busy city. The "Breakfast Basket" was a wonderful way to provide guests with a hearty breakfast, always delivered on time and delicious. Jeff and Karin were warm, wonderful hosts from the moment we arrived. They always went the extra step....recommended restaurants, places to see and how to get around the city, providing us with maps and directions. The rooms were spacious and lovely decorated with period pieces. We would not hesitate in booking a return visit!
Next time I'm in SLC, I'm definitely staying again
This is a really special B&B, restored throughout in the style and period of Maxfield Parrish. Comfortable rooms, quick freeway access. The owners are a friendly young couple who obviously enjoy what they do and go out of their way to make you feel welcome.
Great Bed and Breakfast!!!
Met all of our expectations!! Pretty location that is very accessible to downtown SLC. We stayed in the Reveries room and it was great to have our own exit and entrance seperate from the rest of the building. Also it was very close to the hot tub. The jetted tub in the room is a great addition. The place seems very well maintained and remodeled well, but there are some subtle hints around the room and the property that it is an old house. Which can add to the charm if you are looking for it. The decor seemed slightly home done, and lacked the professional trimmings and look. However, it is very elegant and pleasing overall. The real huge strength the bed in breakfast has is the exceptional service which really can make or break a place no matter what it is like. The way they really want you to feel at home and do anything to make it that way is amazing! They got the hot tub working even though with hot days that hadn't been a common request and had breakfast right on time at your door. The only way to describe the service is by going and experiencing it. You can really feel and tell they are there to please and do all they can to make it a wonderful experience so well you think they have a 6th sense about it. Great stay and would recommend it to anyone!!
Best B&B we ever stayed in
This B&B is a gem. It is the very best place we stayed at in a month of traveling through the western USA. Every amenity was available and the hosts were terrific. We wish we could have extended our stay just to stay here longer. The rooms were large and clean and wonderfully decorated. The bathrooms were immaculate. The breakfast was SUPERB. The entire experience earned five superior stars ***** from us. You can't go wrong here! If anyone writes a negative review of this B&B, they must be crazy.
I'd do it again.
What a relaxed, comfortable stay. And the breakfast was wonderful.
The 1890's home is charming, Jeff and Karin were great hosts, and we will stay there again next trip to Salt Lake City.
Loved the Parrish Place Bed & Breakfast
We have just returned from 3 wonderful nights at the Parrish Place Bed & Breakfast. Our upstairs/"attic" room was charming-we felt as if we had returned to our newly married Victorian bedroom! Great location, easy access in & out. The breakfast is wonderful & the owners are terrific! We will definitely be returning. We look forward to the cozy sunroom & hot tub in the winter.
An Anniversary to Remember
My husband and I had never before stayed at a bed and breakfast, so we decided to try one for our 32nd wedding anniversary. We chose Parrish Place B & B in Salt Lake City, Utah. We reserved the Reveries room which, being a former maid's quarters, had a private entrance. Upon our arrival, Jeff greeted us and gave us a tour of the property. We even had our own reserved parking space! The rooom was furnished with either real or faux antiques and appointments (I am not an expert in these matters--I only know that everything appeared period) The 4 poster bed was equipped with a sleep number matress which was a real treat. The bathroom contained a jetted tub for two, another treat! If that weren't enough, after we returned to our room after dinner, Jeff surprised us with a bottle of sparking juice in a bucket of ice and two glasses in honor of our anniversary! A basket of breakfast was delivered each morning at a time of our choosing and contained a yummy assortment of fruit, cereal, yogurt, juice, biscotti & tea. Both Jeff & Karin were extremely attentive to our needs and gave us the right amount of pampering and solitude. The cost of this great experience was about what you'd expect for the SLC area. The only down side, which certainly would not affect our decision to visit again, was that during the 3rd week of June, the window airconditioner was noisy and didn't cool the room very well except directly in front of the unit (which happened to be on my side of the bed--I was cold while my husband was on the warm side). Bottom line--we highly recommend this property, both for the physical accomodations and the top-notch service and friendliness of Jeff & Karin!
What a super place to stay!
I would urge anyone visitng SLC to stay at the Parrish Place. During a week long stay in SLC for a conference, having the Parrish Place to stay at was just wonderful. The room, atmosphere and client care was outstanding, the area beautiful. And I felt like I really was able to enjoy the city in a very relaxed and peaceful setting. I will admit it was hard to come back to my own home and not miss the beautful basket that was awaitng me each moring with a yummy breakfast at my doorstep. If I am ever back in SLC I know just where I'll be staying. Thank you for such a great experience!
Oasis in the Desert
We spent one night at Parrish Place on a ten day road trip of the American West, and neither I nor my partner Jessica were ready to leave the next morning. Jeff and Karin were incredibly hospitable and caring, and our room was a lovely retreat for our road-weary selves (not to mention inexpensive for out tight budget)!. Breakfast was absolutely adorable and I also enjoyed some late night tea and a dip in our private hot tub (there's also a larger hot tub outside).
An extra bonus was their cat, Nona, who was a welcome and very friendly greeter! The Sugar House area of Salt Lake, where Parrish Place resides, is a nice, trendy area. We really enjoyed our stay, and if we find ourselves in Salt Lake again, we will definitely be returning to Parrish Place.
Home away from Home
Jeff and Karin are very welcoming and will make you feel right at home. With additional space available during my stay, they upgraded my room for no additional charge. They deliver coffee/tea and continental breakfast (consisting of granola, milk, OJ, yogurt, fresh cut fruit, and one or more items like biscotti, Nutrigrain bars, muffins, or an apple) to your room at a time of your choosing. Free WIFI and a collection of VHS movies are available depending on whether you need to be productive or not. Their restaurant recommendations were tasty and convenient. Whether you're visiting SLC for work or to do some skiing (in my case both), Parish Place is convenient and affordable. Call them directly (--) to check for additional availability that may not be reflected online.
Note to swimmers: Fairmont Aquatic Center (1044 E Sugarmont Dr, [--]) is just blocks away from Parish Place. It's a new facility and quite nice. Lap swim starts each morning at 6AM, and there's a strong group of masters swimmers there MWF. $4.50/swim session. Realize that swimming at elevation is no easier than running at elevation.
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