Welcome to the Hines Mansion! We are a Victorian style home built in 1895 by a wealthy local family. Come stay with us and we'll share the history with you. We have nine rooms; each with a jetted tub and private bathroom. The Mansion has high speed wifi, private parking, and a gourmet breakfast is prepared each morning. We are located a short walk from downtown Provo, the Covey Center, thehe Provo convention center and the new, downtown LDS Temple.
4.2 on January 01, 2017
We checked ourselves in later in the evening since nobody was covering the front desk after 6pm. After we found our room, though, it turned out to be quite charming. The temperature and amenities were great and made for a relaxing evening. The website said you could grab a snack in the kitchen, but for was scarce. Breakfast was served at a communal table and it took a while for someone to break the ice, but turned out to be quite pleasant. All in all, a good experience.
5 on October 07, 2016
House was beautiful. Check-in process was easy. Location was simple to find. Our room had it's own entrance which we loved, however, it was right next to the kitchen so we heard breakfast preparations. We enjoyed the movie selection and complimentary treats. Hosts were very friendly.
Perched high atop the mansion, featuring vintage 8-foot oval windows, rests our largest room, the Penthouse Suite of the Hines Mansion. From its lofty height, guests have a spectacular birds-eye view of Provo and its surrounding mountains and all the amenities unique to our Bed and Breakfast. Gateway to this spacious suite is the restored, hand-finished oak stairwell, nostalgic of the 1890's. The two-person jetted tub is positioned within the bay of the three-sided window with its panoramic view. This room boasts a 46-inch screen TV, very comfortable king-size bed, ceiling fan, private bath and shower, spacious closet, and lounging area.
This rustic and romantic suite is set off with a massive lodge-pole pine king size bed and handsome oak entertainment center housing a TV and VCR. Colors and drcor are reminiscent of lodge rooms you would expect to find in areas such as Yellowstone Park. Eye-catching western quilts, a handmade bedspread and other frontier relics, along with the two-person jetted tub and shower, are sure to please. This ground floor room boasts both an outside and inside entrance. Butch Cassidy Stayed Here. This western theme is reminiscent of a story, confirmed by descendents of the early owners of the mansion, that the second owner of the Hines Mansion was Provo's sheriff. The Sheriff was also cousin to the infamous Butch Cassidy, or George LeRoy Parker as he was named by his respectable Mormon parents. It is said that Butch would visit his cousin while things "cooled off" for him in other parts of the West.
Fresh as a sea breeze and as colorful as a maritime coastal retreat, this special room will whisk you to dreams of faraway shorelines. Relax and renew your spirit viewing the colorful fish at home in our custom-crafted saltwater aquarium. This second-floor room with ceiling fan and queen-sized canopy bed offers a view of our lawns.
The Whispering Willow is on the first floor and has an inside and a private outside entrance. With its sage and cream colors, and magnolias, you will feel as if you are in the classic south. Rosewood furniture with a queen-sized bed adds to the peace and tranquility of this special room. Besides its outside entrance, this room is unique in that it has both a separate shower stall and a two-person jetted tub.
Our second floor Library, with its secret passage, is reminiscent of a Victorian study; it will intrigue you with whispers from the past. Climbing its spiral staircase will take you to a relaxing bath in your two-person jetted tub under a skylight view of the stars. Rich tones of red, gold and green surround you as you enjoy your chilled sparkling cider, compliments of your Innkeepers.
Retreat to the fantasies of a winter romance in another place and time. Accented in deep, rich tones and warm hand-carved mahogany, Winter Dreams will keep you snug and cozy, and its classical French decor provides a romantic hideaway.
Like an English countryside, the beautiful flowers, vine-wrapped walls and garden hues of this Secret Garden will please those who stay here. The room boasts a king size four-poster bed, as well as two-person jetted tub, TV and VCR, and cozy robes. This ground floor room is one of the Innkeepers favorites and will give your stay serenity and comfort. Close by, in the Parlor, you may enjoy a fireside chat or a game of chess.
The elegant majesty of the Victorian period will give charm and grace to your stay in the Hines Mansion. Period print wall coverings and lace curtains adorn this beautiful get-away.
Named after our original hostess, Kitty Hines, the serenely classical room in shades of blue and creams welcomes our guests to comfortable repose and privacy. This second-floor room is reminiscent of classic turn-of-the-century French decor; it encourages peaceful relaxing in the two-person jetted tub set in a bay window with its magnificent view of the environs of Utah valley.
Downtown, Small town
Salt Lake City, UT (SLC) 49 miles
Take exit 265 (Provo center street exit) and go straight through the light at the off ramp. Follow the road over the freeway and onto center street. Turn right at 500 west then left at 100 south. We are on the corner of 400 west and 100 south. Entrance to parking is on 400 south.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Performing Theater, Religious Services, Sports venue, University
Historic Inn, Boutique Hotel, Mansion
Amenities Basket, Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Fridge, Ironing Board, Kitchenette, Microwave, Movie library, Parking, Piano, Telephone, Walk to mass transit
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Kyle and Michelle
As owners of the Hines Mansion, Kyle and Michelle Schick would love to invite you to stay at the mansion. They have fallen in love with this home and want to share it with everyone. Kyle and Michelle love meeting people from around the world, and strive to make the mansion a world class destination. Kyle loves the challenge of maintaining the house and grounds, and Michelle loves the interior decorating, as well as relating the history of the mansion and the Victorian way of life.