5 sur avril 10, 2013
We found this B&B to be a highlight on our 5-state and 9-night road trip. Charmingly furnished and accessible to all guests, both buildings were inviting and delightful. We loved our room, the Lookout Room, which was very comfortable and we had our own little balcony which overlooked the gardens and pool. The bed had a very pretty quilt as did the pillows. Off-road parking and free Wi-Fi make it perfect. Staff were friendly and helpful and the inn is close to restaurants and Arches National Park. We would highly recommend this beautiful and classy B&B. There were a lot of guests which speaks volumes for this B&B.
5 sur septembre 13, 2011
We stayed at sunflower for two nights. We could have stayed for a week. It was so comfortable and the staff were very helpful and courteous. our room was accross from the laundry room which was free to guests. We had been traveling for several days when we arrived and loved the opportunity to catch up on laundry in a clean environment. The bed was very comfortable and the room was large. The bath room was great and very clean. We enjoyed the cookies and tea, lemonaide and coffee that was served in the great room. The breakfast was served in the home accross the nice lawn and past the swimming pool. It was great, what else can be said. We would welcome the opportunity to stay here again.
5 sur mai 06, 2011
My husband and I recently stayed at the Sunflower Inn and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Our room, the Sunporch, was charming and spotless. We stayed 4 nights and every morning the breakfast was delicious. The staff was friendly and helpful.
5 sur juillet 31, 2010
This inn was a fantastic find. The owners have thought of everything that can make your visit comfortable, easy, relaxed and memorable. Rooms are quirky but very comfortable and private, breakfast is fabulous, the grounds are peaceful and the common rooms are very welcoming and warm. Every staff member we encountered treated us like special people. They were the stars of our stay. Highly recommended. Don't pass up the breakfast oatmeal!
5 sur octobre 01, 2008
Wow! I can only reiterate what others have said. We have stayed in a lot of B&B's, and this one is right at the top of the list. Wish we lived closer, so we could return often. We stayed in the Bowery Room two nights -- a queen bed with a jetted tub and nice, private balcony. It was perfect! Very clean, roomy, and quiet. We were in Moab the middle of May which is the best time of year to visit the National Parks in Utah -- great weather and no crowds. The B&B is located within walking distance of downtown Moab, but is on a secluded acre with wonderful flower gardens, pool, and hot tub. There is a comfy common room with coffee, tea, water, cookies, and much more. There is also a complimentary laundry facility. The staff was outstanding -- very friendly, efficient, and caring. I cannot say enough about the breakfasts. They were fantastic! It is served buffet style with a different "entree" each morning along with fresh fruit, bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, oatmeal, juice, muffins, as well as toast, cereals, jam, etc. The staff and owner are very attentive to your needs. If you are visiting Arches and Canyonlands or just passing through, the Sunflower B&B is the perfect place for a luxurious stay.
5 sur avril 24, 2008
The Sunflower is a great find. This area of Utah is dry and windy and barren, but the Sunflower is anything but! Outstanding service and amenities, wonderful varied breakfast, and a beautiful setting. I would definitely recommend at least a night or two in Moab, and the Sunflower is the place to stay!
4,8 sur mars 25, 2008
Just spent Easter '08 in Moab - first time visiting. One of the hightlights was our stay at Sunflower Hill. Our experience was great.....helpful and warm staff...fabulous breakfasts, great room with a porch....weather was great so we took advantage of the pool. Highly recommended........Michelle, The Inn Keeper is top notch!
4,6 sur décembre 22, 2007
Sunflower Hill is as good as they come. It's cozy and out of the way in Moab, which allows you to enjoy your stay without families and mountain-bike culture breathing down your neck. It's a short walk to downtown. Gregg and his staff are very friendly and knowledgeable of the area. Will be back!
4,6 sur juin 28, 2007
We enjoyed our two nights. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. Lots of useful tourist information is available to guests. The grounds are beautiful with flowers everywhere. Terrific outdoor pool, chairs in the garden, and rockers on the porch. Nice extras for guests - laundry, snacks, basked goods, beverages available all the time. Morning buffet included scrambled eggs, muffins, bacon, yogurt, fresh fruit, coffee ... fairly simple but tasty. Rooms are decorated nicely and very clean. We'd definitely go back without hesitation.
4,6 sur avril 16, 2007
In stark contrast to the arid surroundings, the grounds of the Inn are lush. You can actually feel the temperature change when you enter the oasis. It is refreshing. The staff was exceedingly cordial and helpful. The food we enjoyed was exceptional. Our only regret was that we planed the trip in advance and allowed ourselves two days, one night, in Moab. The schedule was kept, but I wish we had stayed longer. It is a delightful little Inn set in a spectacularly beautiful place.
5 sur janvier 20, 2007
Sunflower Hill Inn consists of 2 adjacent houses with attractively appointed rooms and lots of amenities. A heated swimming pool and a hot tub are located in the garden area. Unlike most B&Bs, this inn even offers laundry facilities for guests. A wonderful breakfast buffet is served each morning. The hospitality at Sunflower Hill is warm and welcoming, but never intrusive.