Set in a peaceful river valley, amid many possible outdoor adventures, the WOODLAND FARMHOUSE INN offers an affordable breath of fresh mountain air for guests wishing to get away from the crowds and enjoy the natural beauty of the surrounding areas. Only a short, scenic drive from the first class amenities of Park City, the WOODLAND FARMHOUSE INN sits as a gateway to great recreation areas. This simple, yet charming, historical home has been restored to serve as a quiet retreat for local guests and people from all over the world. Our friendly, welcoming atmposphere is a good starting point for winter cross country skiing or snowmobile tours and more. The summer offers fishing, rock climbing, hiking, hometown parades and rodeos, and water sports at nearby lakes.
The only suite upstairs, The Loft boasts a beautifully appointed king bedroom with cedar lined closets, dormer window and views of the Upper Provo River valley. The parlor to this suite has a deluxe queen sofa-bed and sitting area. The spacious, private bathroom has a honeymoon-style double shower and an antique claw foot soaking tub.
Nightly Rate: $119-$129
This historical 2 room suite has an attached private shower bathroom with laundry facilities plus an extra tub/shower bathroom available on the main floor. Usually used for extended stays or group stays, this suite is able to sleep 4 on two queen sized beds. This suite is a an excellant value for two couples that travel together.
Nightly Rate: $109-$119
This unit is just plain fun. It boasts a bucket shower and antique fixtures in the private bathroom. The breakfast nook has a small fridge, toaster and microwave. There are two delightful bedrooms each having a comfy queen sized bed. Open the windows to hear bird frog seranades; listen to the Provo River roar in the early summer. View fall colors, garden gazebo, or a blanket of snow from the south facing windows.
Nightly Rate: $119-$129
This beautifully appointed suite is located at the South House. It boasts a private entrance into the breakfast nook/den. The large master bedroom has luxurious linens and bedding on the King sized bed. The bathroom boasts a large picture window overlooking horse pastures and the Provo River bottom, a roomy double bathtub and glassed shower. The Boze radio/stereo has a selection of romatic and relaxing CD's.
Nightly Rate: $129-$159
Basic accomodations for 8-10 people, this 4 room unit has a small kitchette with fridge, toaster-oven, coffee maker and service for 10 dishes and utinsils (and dish rack to dry your clean dishes). The first bedroom has 1 twin bunkbed and 1 double bunkbed. The second bedroom has 2 twin bunkbeds. The commom area has a leather sofa and an oak card table that can be brought out to the middle of the room, seating for 6 people. There is a BBQ and fire-pit outside. Full hot breakfast available by reservation, at the Inn, for an additional cost of $7 pp., 8-10 AM.
Nightly Rate: $149-$189
This King bedded, small furnished apartment, is located on the North side of the Bunkhouse Unit, separate from the main historical Inn. This unit is especially good for extended stays as it has a full kitchen and bath. It even has a very nice set of male/female mountain bicycles and helmets that are available for rent for just $25 per day. Recently we have added this suite to the pet friendly units.
4.2 on July 02, 2014
My husband and I stayed at the Woodland Farmhouse Inn a few weeks ago, and we're already dying to go back. The Sandhill Crane suite is gorgeous; pictures online don't do it justice! The property is exquisitely beautiful, and so peaceful. You will be sorry to leave.
5 on December 04, 2013
Woodland Farmhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast scores 10’s across the board on being a B&B. The owner, Sheri, is so sweet and gracious, and when she found out it was our honeymoon, she added some first-class touches to make it really special for my husband and me. We stayed in the Garden Cottage, which lies attached to, but has an entrance separate from the main farmhouse. It has two bedrooms, a small kitchenette, and pretty much the coolest bathroom I’ve ever seen. The bucket shower is AH-MAZING! Super relaxing and quaint, and its small touches like that throughout the cottage that create the unduplicatable charm of the Inn. The attention to detail was everywhere, amenities, ambiance, furnishings, breakfast. (If you get the chance to take her up on it, Sheri’s raspberry crepes will change your life. Think I’m exaggerating?? Try them first and then tell me. Change. Your. Life. ;) The Cottage has its own sliding glass door entrance to the back yard and hot tub. We enjoyed a warm, sunny afternoon in the shade reading and playing catch with Shadow, Sheri’s chocolate lab. (Great honey-mooning, Tiger, but don’t tell my husband that ;). Highly recommend and we will stay again.
4.6 on April 26, 2013
Very nice remote location, friendly landlady, ideal base for mountain hikes
5 on March 15, 2013
It's great to live in the country again! It's like going back in time. Sheri is a outstanding innkeeper!. My wife and I try to make it a yearly event. It is so relaxing! You can't beat price and value either. I would recommend Woodland Farm House Inn to anyone. (Julie and Amadeo)
5 on March 08, 2013
My wife is 8 months pregnant and she needed a break. This was a perfect stop. It was very private and a perfect getaway. Woodland Inn is close enough to Salt Lake to spend just one night, but far enough away that you feel like you are getting a break from the city. The Inn is nestled in an absolutely beautiful valley. Don't let the low price tag scare you, this place was perfect.
4.8 on January 22, 2013
My wife and I really enjoyed the (Home Cooking) the quiet, beautiful scenery, access to Park City. We were in town for the Film Festival and being 25 min. Away but out in the country was very appealing to me. anchor was also a gracious host. Thank you so much, we will be back ¿¿.
4.0 on May 11, 2012
My husband and I came up for our anniversary and stayed two nights. It was very relaxing. I liked that it was out in the country and away from city noise, yet not too far from Park city. The owner was very hospitable and friendly to us and made great breakfasts. The price is great for what you get, and what you get is great. I highly recommend this inn.
4.0 on March 13, 2012
We stayed in the Loft Suite for two nights and it was the perfect romantic getaway! For two people there was ample space - a bedroom and sitting room as well as a private large bathroom complete with a double shower and tub. Sheri was a friendly host and wonderful cook. The inn is a bit further away from a larger city, but we enjoyed this - it added to the charm and made us feel like we were "getting away from it all". We drove into Park City each night (only 20 minutes away) for dinner and spent the days lounging and walking around the area. Would highly recommend this place to others. It's cozy, comfortable, and certainly a great price compared to other B&Bs in the more resort heavy areas.
4.8 on November 08, 2011
I would love to go back when we could stay longer! We just needed a place to sleep for the night, Sheri was awesome to work with our request. She was very accommodating. What a beautiful home! Very clean and comfy! All the comforts of home. Highly recommended! We did not stay long enough to eat breakfast but it smelled great! Thank you!
4.4 on October 24, 2011
Cozy, quiet and comfortable accomodations. Was very relaxed here. Host was wonderful and informative. She is, also, a good cook. Breakfast was yummy! : )
Countryside, Mountains, Small town, Village
Salt Lake City, UT (SLC) 55 miles
Take I 80 east toward Cheyenne and up through Parley's Canyon. You will pass Park City on your right and exit south-east on Highway 40 toward Heber/Vernal. Exit at the second exit-Park City/Kamas Hwy 248-and turn left and go under the highway. Approx.6 miles of hilly highway brings you into the Kamas Valley. Turn right at the light and proceed south to the Francis blinking red light. Turn left and proceed approx. 4 miles on Highway 35 into the Woodland Valley. The Woodland Farmhouse Inn is on the right hand side of the road. Look for white 3 rail fencing on right hand side. Enter at upright-log gate which preceeds the Inn.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, National/State parks, Nature area, Snowmobiles rentals nearby, Complimentary snowshoe use, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ski area
Air conditioning, BBQ grill, Board games, Computer, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Telephone, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , Adult snowshoe use
Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Sundance Film Festival/ Park City, High Uintah Mountain Rock Climbing, PRCA Oakley Rodeo, Kamas Demolition Derby & Rodeo, Watercraft rentals at area lakes, Snowmobile Rental Packages, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Water sports
1 Dog , Barn Cats Others
Sheri is really a horticulturalist turned historian/Innkeeper. Originally drawn to the flora & fauna of the Uintah Mountain, the outdoor activities and the "good place to raise a family", she has decided that the growing season is really to short, the knees are creaking and the kids are grown and it's much more fun to just share the beauty of this location with others.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , by request
French Toast Creme Brulee
Our American version of an old Danish receipe brings French Toast to life! We whip up some Danish spices, fresh cream, eggs and crusty bread and bake it in individual baking dishes to just the right temperature. You may choose to top this dish with American maple syrup and butter or you may choose our own special fruit glaze and whipped cream.