Friendly and very helpful staff, great accommodations. Loved the privacy and hominids of having our own little cabin. Beautiful and comfy chairs on front porch of cabin to relax. Every night inn keeper made a fire in fire pit outdoors. They had wonderful chairs all around the fire area to relax in and they provided makings for s’mores. We met a lot of wonderful people from all over our country and one person from Finland. Very fun evening times. The rooms also came with cards for $5 off coffee and or breakfast at the cute and friendly coffee shop two blocks from the hotel. Fantastic coffees, muffins, breakfast burritos, yogurt fruit and granola bowls, etc.
The trip from Zion to the entry into Bryce Canon is beautiful and full of wildlife and halfway in between is the town of hatch and Mountain Ridge Cabins. We were two couples and we each had two beds in our cabin. The beds were very comfortable, Tiled shower, very nice TV and the exterior fit the landscape. We also had a fridge and Microwave. We got in just as the sun was setting and happy to see the fire pit was stoked and burning with s'mores and S'more sticks waiting. The chairs around the fireplace we Adirondack chairs and were very comfortable. The whole place had a nice and simple vibe. There was a nice little breakfast place across the street and a great dinner place with great steaks and Ribs and a little coffee joint with great coffee. I wish the rest of the hotels we stayed at were just like this place! We will be back and explore more and stay at these cabins!…
Rooms were comfortable and clean and the location was perfect - near Bryce, Red Canyon and Zion. The staff went out of their way to make our stay very comfortable. The restaurant options in Hatch are VERY limited but theres a small coffee shop that has excellent choices. Also, the saloon in town made terrific ribs and a wonderful salad.
We stayed here 1 night to visit Bryce Canyon. We will return again for sure. It was a very clean cabin.. Parking is right in front of the cabin. Located on highway 89 but the noise was minimal. Definitely a winner.
We were traveling cross country and with Bryce Canyon on our list for spots, we searched for lodging. The reviews were spot on and these cool little cabins met our needs. The coffee shop and store/restaurant across the street were great surprises too. Would stay here again for sure!