Almost criminally underappreciated in the world of tourism, southeastern Utah deserves a closer look when considering either your next vacation or just a weekend getaway. Look to Moab Utah Lodging.
Picturesque scenery, colorful red rock canyons, and naturally-formed architecture unlike any other on earth all contribute to the uniqueness of the ‘Canyon Country.’
Situated next to the Abajo Mountains, the Gristmill Inn, Moab Utah Lodging is a bed-and-breakfast in Monticello. The Monticello Bed and Breakfast is ideally located for convenient access to southeastern Utah’s many historic and scenic National and State Parks, monuments, and other places of interest in the Four Corners region.
Originally, an actual mill (built in 1933), the Monticello Flour Mill, served the region for more than three decades before being converted into a bed and breakfast in 1985. In the thirty-plus years since, the Inn has welcomed countless visitors, providing unmatched service and hospitality.
The 3-story Moab UT Lodging, a Monticello Bed and Breakfast immediately catches the eyes of travelers, who sense that they’re about to have an experience unlike any other Utah Gristmill Inn they might encounter.
Convenient free parking and 24-hour front desk makes arriving a snap, and each room is distinctively decorated, spacious, and filled with a ‘home-away-from-home’ atmosphere.
- 4 Meeting rooms
- A Business center
- Concierge services
- Free Internet WiFi
- Free local and long-distance calls
- Picnic area
- Rooftop terrace
- Smoke-free property
In addition, each Gristmill Inn Utah room includes amenities such as:
- Air conditioning
- Ceiling fans
- Coffee/tea maker
- Cookware, dishware, utensils
- Full-sized refrigerator/freezer
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- Furnished balcony/patio
- Premium satellite TV
- Private bathroom
- Separate dining, sitting area, and living room
Guests of Gristmill Inn Utah are fortunate to be in the middle of Utah’s Canyon Country, with at least a dozen of the region’s top attractions located within a two-hour drive.
To the north of the Utah Gristmill Inn are Arches (over 2,000 natural sandstone arches) and Canyonlands (awe-inspiring scenery, world-class hiking, biking, kayak and rafting) National Parks. These popular destinations are also known for their ancestral connection to the Navajo, Pueblo, Ute, and other Native-American tribes.
Travelling south takes visitors to such popular attractions as Monument Valley (iconic sandstone buttes, Valley of the Gods), Mesa Verde National Park (cliff dwellings, archaeological sites), Natural Bridges National Monument (three naturally-formed sandstone bridges, Pueblo ruins), and several other unique Canyon Country destinations, like Goosenecks State Park, Four Corners Monument, Bears Ears, and Hovenweep National Monuments.
Closer in, the town of Monticello is ideal for a casual, yet entertaining and enjoyable adventure, with friendly and welcoming locals. For golfers, a 15-minute stroll from the Gristmill Inn brings them to Hideout Golf Club, as picturesque as it is challenging. Also, close by are excellent restaurants and shopping, and the Frontier Museum is an invaluable resource for learning more about ‘Canyon Country.’
To sum up, when deciding on a destination for your next family excursion, it’s clear that southeastern Utah checks every box, and Monticello’s Gristmill Inn provides the perfect starting point for a memorable adventure.