Deb is a great innkeeper. She helped us with things to do in Park City and much of the rest of our trip to Utah. She is a very interesting athlete with stories from skiiing to mountain biking that we enjoyed. She helped guests who wanted to mountain bike with good trails etc. Her breakfasts were excellent, tasty and varied but with an emphasis on wholesome. The room provided everything we needed with a very comfortable bed. The inn is small but with an excellent innkeeper and interesting Australian guests to visit with, our visit was superb. – Greg
My wife and I stayed at the Old Town Guest House, March 2003. This year we took an extended drive in the West during August and September 2006; we arrived at the Old Town Guest House on September 7th and stayed for four nights. We love the place. We now live in Massachusetts and to have such great comfort and pleasant attention was surely welcome after extended touring. We spoke often about the Old Town Guest House the rest of our trip and still do now that we are home.
Every Morning we had great breakfasts and ate more than we should have. Deb, gave us great tips on fun hikes and events occurring. Every afternoon we read and napped on the huge deck. We were told about all of the good restaurants and time went by way to fast. Old town Guest House is one of our most favorite places to stay, anywhere. I’ll bet we will find good reasons to return many more times. – John and Mary Sheppard
After months of research, we decided to stay at the Old Town Guest House for our five day, active vacation in Park City. This was the best get-away that my wife and I have had in a long time. Everyday the Innkeeper had a variety of ideas for us to fill our sunny days. She understood out abilitiy and her suggestions were wonderful.
The Inn is quiet, cozy and very clean. Breakfast was wonderful and the afternoon snacks yummie. Everything has been thought of…. robes, Internet, guest refrigerator and video library. The deck was our favorite with the afternoon shade and breeze.
The enthusiasm that Deb has for Park City is contagious and Mary and I can’t wait to put into practice our newfound love for exercising. The mountain biking and hiking was a challenge and we will be in better shape next time we come out so that we can participate in bigger and better terrain.
There is no doubt that we will be back and we highly recommend Old Town Guest House. We have found our” home away from home.” – Paul and Kathy