Imagine sweeping views of canyons and the Colorado River from your overnight accommodations. Sorrel River Ranch and Red Cliffs Lodge are musts on everyone’s wish list for an outstanding unique stay experience. Another unique place travelers should splurge to enjoy is Moab Under Canvas.
Sorrel River Ranch Resort & Spa feature farm to plate dining at The River Grill. The menu changes with seasonal produce and chef inspiration. Pairings go well with local and International wine list options. It is elegant riverside dining available to both resort guests and those desiring the gorgeous 25 minute drive from the heart of downtown Moab. The Sorrel River Ranch provides adventure, spa treatments, plus seclusion and privacy for guest staying at the ranch.
Red Cliffs Lodge has the Castle Creek Winery on the premises with free daily tastings. Enjoy horseback riding, meandering among the items in the Moab Museum of Film & Western Heritage or a meal at the Cowboy Grill. The restaurant services serve up a buffet breakfast daily from 6:30 AM – 10 AM; with a Sunday Brunch lasting from 7 AM – 2PM; River Deck Lunch 11:30 – 2 PM and dinners start at 5:00 PM. Stay with Red Cliffs Lodge in a rustic creekside suite or riverside cabin, a true western lodge with modern amenities.
Utah’s first glamping experience (Glamorous Camping) emerged in the landscapes of Moab Utah. Moab Under Canvas has a plethora of accommodation options. Stay in a TeePee or Safari tent or a combination to serve the entire family. The Deluxe Safari tent has a shower, sink and flushing toilet. The other accommodation options require a short walk to nearby amenities. All lodging comes with breakfast which is pre-ordered the night prior. And the views are as impressive as those at Red Cliffs Lodge and Sorrel River Ranch.
Besides these sweet locations above, the Castle Valley Inn is a Bed & Breakfast located in Castle Valley, a paralleling canyon to the Moab Valley. Waking in the exquisite surrounds of high canyon walls, a mature orchard and green lawns in the desert is pretty special. And the quiet is absurd, definitely a great pleasure.
And why rent a room when you can rent a canyon? Los Vados guesthouse, is located singularly in another nearby canyon. Four wheel driving will be required to access this piece of heaven replete with silence punctuated by sounds of the breeze and birds. The swimming pool is inviting and open May 1 to October 1. Only 4-6 may stay there and young children are not allowed. A person will be off the grid at Los Vados.
These unique spots in southeastern Utah are treasures discerning travellers will relish verve. Find links to these fabulous places on http://discovermoab.com/lodging.htmor phone the Moab Travel Council for further consultation 435-259-8825.