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We stayed one night at the Bullberry Inn in October and were sorry we didn't stay longer. Larry and Teresa really went out of their way to make us feel welcome and at home. They gave us great suggestions about things to do and see...More
Bullberry Inn was the third B&B we stayed at during our two week trip through Utah.
We absolutely loved Teresa and Larry the innkeepers. They are a genuinely sweet couple who are in their second year of running the inn. Warm and friendly, and offered...More
We stayed 3 nights and enjoyed our time with Larry and Teresa. They are in their 2nd season as owners and have done a nice job refurbishing the place. The bed was very comfortable, so they got that part right, and the breakfast was delicious...More
Chose this place near Bryce Canyon after reading the great reviews on TA. Good call-we were greeted warmly by Larry & Theresa upon arrival & given dining tips for the area. They are also very well-versed in getting around both Bryce & Zion parks. We...More
We were so glad not to have booked at the Human Zoo aka Best Western Bryce Canyon. The hosts, Theresa and Larry, made our stay very comfortable and whilst brief, we enjoyed our stay here very much. Great views and only a short drive into...More
Response from Teresa H | Property representative |
Unfortunately we get to many guests who are allergic to pets so we can't allow them in our rooms. Sorry
We don't know about anything in our area that was previously a school house. I think maybe in Torrey ?
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"You are on the outskirts of a town with 550 people. All rooms are quiet."