Lifestyles of the Laid Back

by Dennis B
(AZ. USA)

These people are so friendly. They are there for you if you need them, and if you do not they leave you to your privacy.

Dixie helped set up an all day ATV excursion, which we probably could not have accomplished ourselves with so little time. We went places that were forbidden to vehicles. Just what we were looking for. A very nice laid back 34 year old tour guide, Joey, who took us where we wanted to go, and had a plethora of knowledge about the areas we saw. Very interesting stories.

Dixie supplied an abundance of info. for hiking, eating, relaxing etc....

We enjoyed the B&B for 2 nights and The Manzanita cottage for 2 nights. Very comfortable and quiet. They even moved our luggage for us while we were gone so there was not any trouble making the transition. In fact, we found it rather exciting to experience both ways of lodging.

If you enjoy serenity and beautiful outdoors with sculptured mountains all around, you should check this place out. They are truly on the backside of Bryce Canyon which is a wonderful site to see.

We hiked into the canyon one day and drove to several points for more pictures before we left. We also hiked Mossy Cave after our arrival. Stone Canyon Inn is in close proximity to a lot of adventures.

Do the tourist things and then come back to the tranquility of the Inn. You can simply walk the rim of Bryce if hiking is not your thing. There are several other canyons in the area of course, but we did not have enough time for everything.

We live in AZ.and have an abundance of mountains, but not quite like this. The rock formations and colors are unreal. Sedona is the only place we have seen that could possibly compare to the colors, but I have not seen rock formations like this.

We met some wonderful people at the B&B at different times, including a couple from Germany.

I am very particular about where I stay on vacations and the B&B as well as the cottage were very clean and we felt right at home. We feel as if we have some new friends in Utah now.

The only downside was the fact we only had 4 nights, and if we ever stay in a B&B again elsewhere, I am sure to be disappointed. I don't see how it could possibly compare to The Stone Canyon Inn.

We were a little disappointed when we checked out. Dixie was unavailable at the time and we were both looking forward to giving her a handshake or a hug upon departure. So Dixie, if you read this, be prepared for that the next time we are fortunate enough to stay at your place, and thanks so much for all of your help during our stay.
Sincerely,
The Britton's

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