We stayed two nights in the room next to the patio. The room was immaculate, the bed was comfortable, the toiletries organic. One night, David set up a telescope to look at the night stars. The dark sky near Bryce is reputedly to be primed for star gazing compared to the rest of the country. Alice and David were very good hosts. The living room and dining area were not picture perfect tidy--books and magazines were strewn out on tables giving it an air of lived in comfort, like we were visiting friends or family. Sophie, the yellow lab was around and though I'm not a dog lover or even that comfortable with dogs in general, she was very sweet and friendly. Alice is an awesome cook. We weren't planning on having breakfast there since we were going into Bryce predawn for sunrise pictures but we decided to at least try it once and afterwards decided to come back the next morning for breakfast too. One morning, breakfast included a delicious scone (golden and caramelized around the edges rivaling Berkeley's Cheeseboard's cherry corn scone), cheese and ham omelette, fresh melon, home fries and the next day we had waffles, perfectly crisp bacon, scrambled eggs, sweet watermelon. Finally, it's proximity to Bryce (10 min.) made it a great find!
- Also Known As:
- Buffalo Sage Bed & Breakfast Tropic, Utah