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Harvest House Bed & Breakfast in Springdale, UT

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Rating: 5.00

Address: 29 Canyon View Dr, Springdale, UT, 84767

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    Comments (9):

    1. Scott M.
    Tom is a generous and knowledgable host.  We have stayed here four times and always enjoy our stay. The rooms are comfortable and breakfast delightful. Ask Tom for hike information and he finds the right one for your ability. Guests are treated warmly by the surroundings and it is so close to the park entrance. Can't wait to go back. Enjoy your stay!

    08/05/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. Kalea K.
    Perfect location next to restaurants and SO close to the entrance to Zion where we hiked each day. We loved the setup of the house and how nice the rooms were. Softest bed I have ever stayed on with a pillow top mattress AND memory foam on top. Tom gave us great advice on hikes (narrows and observation point) and we had the hot tub all to ourselves to relax in the evening and watch the stars come out. Breakfast was also great each morning as Tom is a terrific chef with two different courses and cookies and tea in the evenings. Tom was very accommodating for our late arrival and terrific host! Highly recommended and we would love to come back!

    10/04/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. Sarit W.
    This was our first time in Zion and staying at Harvest House with Tom was the best decision we had made during our week-long West Coast adventure!

    We had been traveling all day on a Sunday - we started the morning in NYC, flew to LA, and then rented a car to drive to Utah. The drive took a long time and we realized we were going to get in pretty late to Springdale. We called Tom to let him know when we were close by - we didn't realize but Springdale is on Mountain Time so we were running an hour later than we originally thought! Tom was so gracious and waited up for us and helped us to our room.

    We were the only ones staying at that point but even so, Tom was an amazing host. He introduced to all the amenities in the house, let us pick out breakfast time, and left out little edible treats for us by the tea! His gourmet breakfasts were the best way to start a day of hiking and when we couldn't finish it he even gave us ziploc bags to take our leftovers with us. We like food muchly - so this was a perfect match.

    The room was gorgeous with incredible views - especially as the sun starts to rise over Zion.

    When we asked- Tom had fantastic advice on different hikes in Zion and Bryce, the best places to eat in Springdale, where to rent equipment, and the best roads to take between his home...and anywhere.

    We had such a great time and really can't wait to go back. Tom is awesome!

    24/01/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Toni M.
    When we reached Sedona and unpacked I realized I had left several items in a couple of bathroom drawers at Harvest House.  Things like my hairbrush, comb and mirror, my little traveling perfumes and lipsticks, some other stuff. I almost never leave anything anywhere and to leave so much behind says I was distracted.  The Freudians would say it's evidence of my wish to come back.  Alan wrote to Tom to alert him and ask him to mail them to us here at Los Abrigados, offering to reimburse him for the cost.  Tom refused to accept any reimbursement.  He packaged it all up and it arrived today.  He did a fabulous job of packing everything securely, packing 2 or 3 perfume miniatures in 2 tiny Dixie cups and closing the tops w/ duct tape.  He packed everything in a gallon Zip-loc bag and packed it securely in a Priority Mail box.  I was totally impressed and appreciative.  Tom rocks!

    16/09/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Ramya M.
    The rooms are welcoming and the restrooms are spotless. Tom has a good supply of spa like toilet supplies that are clearly not picked off a department store shelf. However, the breakfast is the biggest draw for me. The two course breakfast is scrumptious, ample, and, Tom was kind enough to diligently pack the leftovers to carry with us on our hikes. We couldn't thank him enough after tasting the sandpaper like chicken sandwich at the Zion cafe.

    It feels like going back to grandmas with coffee cakes, cookies, chocolates, coffee and tea available through the day. The backyard is pretty with a gorgeous view of the mountains, hot tub et al.

    Tom also gave us fabulous suggestions for our meals thanks to which we had a gourmet dining experience in a town where we least expected it! Plus, all the restaurants were just a short walk away. Oh! The park entrance itself is minutes away from Tom's house. It doesn't get any better.

    I would go back to Springdale just so I could stay at Tom's B&B again.

    04/10/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    6. Scott M.
    If I could give Harvest House a "6" I would. Our two night stay there was the best ever. We're new to the B&B concept, but I can't image anything better than HH.

    At HH you're within walking distance of everything Springdale offers and a few hundred yards from Zion NP. We stayed in the Watchtower room, which had a fantastic view of Zion canyon and from deck you can see the Watchtower in all his glory. A comfy king bed, nice sitting areas and the room is beautifully decorated with local art and photos. The bathroom was amazing, walk-in shower, nice tile. The thing that struck me was how incredibly clean our room and the entire B&B is. I have never, ever stayed in a cleaner property. It was stellar. Of note, there is no TV in the room - we didn't miss it.

    Tom and Mary Ann are great hosts. They both have had careers in hospitality and hotels and it shows. These folks know what they are doing! Tom gave us a quick tour of all of the 4 rooms and I wouldn't hesitate to stay in any of them. I almost forgot to mention, breakfast. - It was awesome! Tom cooked a frittata that was delicious, the next morning we had stuffed french toast - that was out of this world.

    Tom gave us tips on hikes and places to eat. We followed his recommendations and he didn't lead us wrong. We especially liked the Canyonview overlook hike and eating at Oscar's and Cafe Sol for soup/sandwiches.

    My wife and are going to make visiting Zion and the surrounding area (Gooseberry Mesa for mtn biking) an annual Spring ritual to escape the cold and snow of Salt Lake and I can't wait to stay at Harvest House again!

    02/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    7. Hassan S.
    This was our first experience at a B&B and it was amazing. Tom can cook like no other, a lot of the B&B's offer coupons for breakfast at the local places but we were very pleased that he cooked. We felt welcomed and at peace, almost as if we were staying with relatives. Next time we go to Zion there is no reason to stay anywhere else but here.

    11/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    8. Lester H.
    Thank you Tom!!! Your welcoming Harvest House B&B made our short stay in Zion fabulous, from viewing the stary Utah sky from your lovely hot tub to your great breakfast frattata, everything was just right! Mahalo again!

    12/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    9. Chad S.
    Since the moment we drove up, until the moment we left we were welcomed into the Harvest House.  Tom took time to give us a tour of the house and all the benefits of staying here. The house was decorated for Valentines Day. Cookies were laid out, the hot water was ready for tea or coffee. The hot tub in the backyard was waiting to be used. Waking up in the morning to the sweet smell of a well cooked breakfast was just like waking up at home. All of this made our stay one we will not forget. Plus one that will make us stay here again next time when we come back to Zion.  We HIGHLY recommend staying here when you are planning a trip to Zion.

    17/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0