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We leave this morning....after breakfast because we don’t want to miss the waffles! The Sunflower Inn has been a wonderful home base for our four day tour of the Moab area. After a hike to the Delicate Arch or a float down the Colorado River,...More
We recently stayed here for 2 nights and absolutely loved it! Every employee we met was gracious, informative and extremely service oriented. Check-in was well organized and gave us all the info we needed for a perfect stay and visit to area attractions. Our room...More
We stayed for 2 nights hiking in the area, and wished we could have stayed longer. Our room,The Ivy, was in the main building, and it had every convenience. The communal living room was warm and inviting, and there was always coffee and ice water...More
And that was that the arrow on the French style entry door pointing to Check In was located on the wrong door! Otherwise, the inn was absolutely perfect in every other way.
My wife and I spent three glorious days and nights here. We loved...More
Wife and I stayed 3 nights will hiking in the area. We were in the Apple Cellar room, which is in the "basement". We still had windows and french doors to the outside, so plenty of natural light. This is a very quiet room, except...More
Thanks for the question. Yes, each of our rooms have separate air conditioning units. Some rooms have central air units with individual vents (these are the quietest), others, such as the Summer House have a wall mounted... More
Thanks for the question. Yes, each of our rooms have separate air conditioning units. Some rooms have central air units with individual vents (these are the quietest), others, such as the Summer House have a wall mounted unit (Mitsubishi heat pump system). It is located in the larger main room and has a control that regulates the fan speed and temperature. The bedroom, which is separate, does not have it's own unit, but it has a window that opens allowing for air flow to provide cooling in that room as well.
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"I prefer rooms in the newer of the 2 houses. Quiet, lovely"