The Red Brick Inn of Panguitch Bed & Breakfast
While visiting Bryce Canyon & Zion national parks you can stay in an historic B&B and wake to muffins baking, freshly ground coffee and a hot, homemade breakfast... just for you. Quietly located a block off Hwy. 89, our inn is a Dutch Colonial home built in 1919 by Dr. Moses Bigelow for his family and to serve as the area's first hospital.
OPEN APRIL 17 - OCTOBER 31
This is us, Brett & Peggy, your innkeepers with Cheyenne, our Pomimo. We talked about a B&B on our second date, 29 years ago and finally in 2000 we took the leap and bought the house. Peggy is the main innkeeper and after 15 years loves it more than ever.
Enjoy a complimentary drink on our shady deck, watch the hummingbirds or take a nap in the hammock under the elms. In the evening take in a famous Panguitch sunset followed by a "star show" in the sky above... have you ever seen the Milky Way?
The pioneer town of Panguitch is listed on the National Historic Registry. Here in small town America we're an active ranching community offering many annual festivals, rodeos and rallies. The old downtown is just a block away with shops, restaurants, a market and a restored cinema with homemade ice cream.