Quality heritage lodging, such as Bed and Breakfasts in historic buildings in Northern Utah and Southeast Idaho.
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This old Mormon meetinghouse is built of local stone and nestled in the pleasant community of Providence, just south of Logan. Built in 1871, the Old Rock Church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is affectionately known as the Old Rock Church. An addition to the Old Rock Church,…View more
Family owned and operated, the Baugh Motel was built in 1957 on the site of an old trolley car depot and is reminiscent of 1950's brick roadside architecture. The registration office in an old gas station. The rock-walled ruins of a flour mill can be seen on the northwest corner…View more
Home of the best burgers, home cut fries and raspberry shakes in Randolph. A sign in the Crawford Trough (previously Gators) reminds you that this is not fast food–each order is prepared from scratch. They also has the only lodging in Randolph (four cabins with plumbing), so make sure to call ahead…View more
This cute inn along a quiet lane has been a lodging facility since 1943. The site features mini-theme rooms in a separate building, and large theme rooms in the historic house built by Moses Thatcher in 1861. Said to be the first frame house in Logan, the house was owned by…View more
This beautifully restored building, built in the early 1900s, was always known as the Rock Store in Laketown, and for many years served the community as its general store. It was saved from demolition in 2005 and underwent a complete renovation to its present use as a first class lodging…View more
(Previously Riverdale Resort) features a large outdoor swimming pool and hot tubs fed by natural hot water, including a therapeutic jetted tub. A waterslide pool and children’s pool make this a good family outing. A gaming room and snack bar compliment the changing and locker rooms. The resort has several…View more