"Step back in time"...Amid Summer's Inn Bed and Breakfast in Cedar City, Utah is a lovely 6000 square foot 1930's Historic English Tudor with romantic decor. It sits on a quiet, old-fashioned, tree-lined street one and one half blocks from the Utah Shakespearean Festival and just two doors from a gourmet restaurant. A short stroll past our aromatic, award-winning flower garden takes you to Historic downtown shopping and other great places to dine. The numerous amenities begin with private off-street covered parking in back and extend to a sumptuously decorated inn. The parlor features an original Rococo sofa and chairs dating from the 1800's. An inviting fireplace accents the arched ceiling that takes you back to days gone by while fresh flowers and chocolates add to the ambiance. Breakfast is served in our formal dining room or out on the garden covered deck in Spring and Summer. Home baked pastries, chocolates, and assorted beverages are served throughout the day. Now celebrating 10 years as Owner/Inn-keepers.We are offering a Tea Sandwich Brunch this Spring and Summer. Every room has a private bath,individual climate control-AC, cable,wi-fi, refrigerator, iron/ironing board, hair dryer, night light, alarm clock, specialty toiletries, soft linens, triple sheets,very comfortable beds and nightly turn-down service. Some rooms have jetted tubs with mood lighting, ceiling fan and a 50" TV. Luxury Lodging For Your Vacation Getaway!
5 on October 14, 2014
We stayed at the Amid Summer's Inn for a weekend get away for my husband's birthday. We picked this B&B because it was walking distance to the theatre and, after reading reviews online - the breakfast! Well, actually my husband picked it and I approved after reading online reviews - but most of all, I read somewhere that if you wanted to bring children to call first. I love children but I really don't want to get away to deal with other people's children. I really appreciated that there were no children. Everything exceeded my expectations - our room was lovely and the breakfast was delicious! I liked the variety - I especially liked having breakfast with the other guests who were very interesting and friendly. The back porch was a wonderful place to chat and relax - the owners were welcoming but not intrusive. I also liked that there was a fridge in our room - we stayed in the Windsor Castle room which I would highly recommend. It was a perfect weekend and the inn - more than the festival - is the reason we will make this B&B a new tradition for my husband's birthday weekend.
5 on October 09, 2014
This was my first time at a B&B and it was great! I believe the experience was enhanced by the wonderful hosts and the other visitors. It was a friendly atmosphere and everyone shared stories which made it intimate. The facility was in very good condition. Each room was decorated with a different theme and the room I got was the grotto - a mountain themed room with a very neat shower. Food was delicious - quiche, coffee, oj, fruit, a smoothie, potatoes. Charlene also had great food recommendations in town. I ate at a delightful hibachi place.
4.8 on September 29, 2014
We were pleasantly surprised and felt fortunate that there were openings at the last minute for this B & B. Charlene was warm, gracious, and informative on our booking conversation. The Inn is beautiful and well appointed. The rooms are exactly as depicted on this website with Innkeepers that show exemplary hospitality. We will be returning next year and recommend this B & B wholeheartedly!
5 on September 27, 2014
We rolled into Cedar City and were utterly charmed with the appearance of the home we were going to stay in! They were actually not expecting us because of a glitch with software, but they bent over backwards to ensure that we had a room: and what a room! Comfortable, romantic and spotless!!! Gary and Charlene are so friendly and accomodating. Their attitude is to ensure their guests are pampered. They had a myriad of suggestions for dinner and, for the next day, suggestions for our drive to Vegas via Zion National Park. Breakfast was amazing; first checking to ensure if we had any allergies or particular dislikes. Overall, if you're looking for an amazing experience in a wonderful little city, head for this little gem of a B&B.
5 on July 15, 2014
We really enjoyed our stay at Amid Summer's Inn! It is within easy walking distance of the plays, which was a real perk to us. Charlene is a very friendly hostess, and she wants her guests to feel welcome. The breakfasts are wonderful -- delicious and filling, and the dining room is beautiful!
5 on July 26, 2013
We loved the Amid Summer's Inn B & B. It was everything I'd hoped. It was quaint and there were flowers everywhere. We loved the Knights on the front porch. We parked in the back and didn't get back in the car until we left. We walked to the SUU campus and went to the plays and events they had at the Shakespeare Festival. We also walked around to the shops on Main street and had a wonderful time. We found delicious food and loved the plays. We highly recommend Amid Summer's B&B and plan to return for another lovely time.
5 on May 15, 2013
We stayed at Amid Summer’s Inn Bed and Breakfast for our 25th Wedding Anniversary. This was our first time ever staying in a bed and breakfast. Our friend who has stayed twice recommended it. I was nervous that my husband would think it would not be private enough. We had all the privacy in the world! We stayed in the “Romeo and Juliet” room. It was perfect. It was immaculate and extremely clean. The king size bed was very comfortable. The Jetted tub Jacuzzi was an added bonus. Gary and Charlene were very kind and gracious innkeepers. We sat out on the front porch our last evening there and enjoyed visiting with them as they planted flowers and worked in the yard. Gary is a wonderful cook and along with the wonderful breakfasts, he baked delicious cookies just for us. There is no doubt we will go back. We already intend on convincing our other friends to come with us next time! Thank you, Gary and Charlene for making our Anniversary so special!
5 on February 20, 2013
Every year for our anniversary we go to Cedar City for the Shakespeare festival. We have stayed at Amid Summer's Inn for the past 10 years. The rooms are always clean, quiet and beautiful. The breakfast is always delicious. We enjoy eating and spending time with other guests at the breakfast table. Overall it is a friendly and welcoming place that we recommend to all our friends.
5 on October 26, 2011
Our stay in mid-summer was absolutely unforgettable!! We were most impressed by Charlene's attention to detail, it's truly a talent I've never seen as perfected as she has it (she even noticed a little sparkle of hairspray on a tiled wall by a bathroom mirror). When we arrived at the inn, the innkeepers were not able to be there (I'm positive this is a rarity), however, we did not feel slighted in the least. Charlene was excellent in communicating what we were to do when we arrived. She told us where to find the key and to call her when we got it. She gave us a perfect tour over the phone! She walked us through the parlor and dining rooms, "showed" us the easiest route to take our luggage, "walked" us up to our room (the "Tudor Rose" room), and showed us every element of our room--right down to the saran wrap on the water glasses! She has an excellent knowledge of Cedar City and the surrounding area. And is able to recommend anything to your liking. Breakfast was absolutely phenomenal! Gary is AMAZING in the kitchen! Charlene took us on a tour of the whole inn before we left in the morning, and we just couldn't get enough, everything was just PERFECT! We will never stay anywhere else if we have the opportunity to stay in the area again.
5 on October 24, 2011
Our stay at Amid Summer's Inn in Cedar City was delightful... The rooms, and we saw many of them, are all exquisitely decorated in Shakespearean themes... Our bed was extremely comfortable... Charlene and the staff are very friendly and helpful... We are hoping to reserve the whole facility as a hub for our family reunion next year... We recommend this darling bed and breakfast inn to any and all.
Award-winning B&B.These rooms offer a king-sized bed,jetted tub for two, TV, DVD, Wi-fi, phone, ceiling fan,& a private bathroom. Some suites have a jetted tub with mood lighting & a fifty inch TV. Relax on the garden covered terrace/off street private covered parking lot. Located on a quiet, old-fashioned tree lined street in the National Registered Historic District of Cedar City & a gourmet restaurant just two doors away. Gourmet breakfast including fruit smoothies & nightly turn-down service.
Award-winning B&B.Room offers a king-sized bed, private bathroom, ceiling fan, TV, DVD, Wi-fi, and refrigerator. Some rooms have a tub/shower combination and some a stand up shower, garden covered terrace and a private covered parking lot. Located on an old fashioned tree-lined street in the National Registered Historic District of Cedar City with a gourmet restaurant just two doors away. Gourmet breakfast with fruit smoothies/nightly turn-down service.
Award-winning B&B. Room offers a queen-sized bed, private bathroom w/shower,refrigerator,TV,Wi-fi, hair dryer w/night light& special bathroom amenities. Located on a quiet,old-fashioned tree lined street in the National Registered Historic District of Cedar City. Relax on the garden covered terrace/private off-street covered parking, gourmet breakfast with fruit smoothies and nightly turn-down service.
Spacious studio suite is complete with a full kitchen and dishes. Stretch out and relax in a truly unique setting surrounded by extensive custom stonework. Enjoy a large shower designed in pebble stone and tile with built-in granite seat, all to depict the beautiful outdoors. Located on the lower-level. Room features a queen-sized bed, reading chair, table and chairs, individual climate control AC,Wi-Fi and cable TV. Room offers a private entrance entrance, just nine, easy steps down.
Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah Shakespearean Festival, Neil Simon Festival, Southern Utah University, Airport, City, Desert, Downtown, Mountains, Small town
Las Vegas, NV (LAS-McCarran Intl.) 156 miles
From St. George: Leave St. George heading north on I-15. Take first exit (exit 57) to Cedar City. Continue straight through Main St. to 200 South, turn Left (at Super 7 Hotel). Go one block, take the first Right on 100 West. Our Inn is the 4th house on the left.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Utah Shakespearean Festival, Kolob Canyon, Brian Head Ski Resort, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park, Tuacahn Amphiteatre, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ruins, Ski area
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
BBQ grill, CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Wedding Facilities , Full warm gourmet breakfast
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
warm gourmet breakfast
Three Cheese Crustless Quiche
Rich egg dish topped with Charlene's Homemade Salsa. Seasoned potatoes,ham,fresh fruit bowl,yogurt,granola,fresh pastries,assorted beverages,fruit smoothies served daily. Breakfast is served in our formal dining room or out on the garden covered deck. Chocolates, home baked goodies, and assorted beverages served throughout the day. See website for recipe.