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Very nice motel in the middle of almost nowhere. Rooms are clean and you're offered a in room breakfast. Goblin Valley and Little Wild Horse are half an hour drive away, Capitol Reef about an hour. Reception is not 7/7 so make sure you arrive...More
We were not expecting the amazing find we made with Whispering Sands Inn. The room, or deluxe cabin as it is called, is large, well laid out with an outstanding complimentary basket of goodies. Clean without question. Admittedly off the beaten path somewhat but that...More
Stayed 4 days, used it as base for Powell, Goblin S.P. and national bridges national mon. Very clean, had all the necessities. It is about south of Green River off of I-70. Highly recommend staying here.
Nice motel near Captiol Reef National Park. About 20 miles or so outside the park entrance. Friendly staff at the front desk. Clean, no frills, comfortable rooms at a reasonable rate. Quiet down home feel. Would definitely use again.
Traveling and Hanksville had to be our stop. We usually choose chain brand motels but no choice here. Thanks to TripAdvisor we got a room at this motel. All was good except the Internet was slow and the room was a little stuffy. My husband...More
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As you now know, Slick Rock Grill will be closed when you plan to visit. They were the one that definitely served beer. However, if the weather is good, you could pick up a six pack at Hollow Mountain next to Blondies and... More
As you now know, Slick Rock Grill will be closed when you plan to visit. They were the one that definitely served beer. However, if the weather is good, you could pick up a six pack at Hollow Mountain next to Blondies and likely eat on the patio and drink the beer. Blondies has been a must stop every time I go through.