Under The Eaves Inn is surrounded by Zion National Park on three sides. It is a romantic 1931 landmark home located in the heart of Springdale, Utah with beautiful gardens and shade trees offering easy access to the Park entrance, shops and restaurants.
Guests can enjoy the views from the best front porch in Utah" with stunning sunsets on the Watchman Mountain directly opposite. The sunrise on the West Temple Mountain, directly behind the Inn, reward those who get up early enough!
Our lodging accommodation ranges from one of the best suites in Springdale to the more basic Hiker's room. Due to the historic nature of our home, every room has its own character and ambience. It was not built to be an Inn/B&B, so rooms are quaint.
Behind the main house, sits the Garden Cottage overlooking the terraced gardens. The Cottage was originally built in ~1928 as one of the Zion National Park Lodge properties; it was relocated to Under The Eaves in 1989.
If you are looking for the 'hotel style' experience, sorry, we are not for you! There are no TV's or phones in the rooms, however we do offer: serenity, charm, a lovely historic home and gardens for your enjoyment.
We provide a delicious complimentary full breakfast at Oscar's Cafe - your choice from the menu. Oscar's is open 7:00-11:00am for breakfast. Breakfasts are no longer being served at the Inn; this change has been made for your convenience, enabling you to choose a breakfast that best fits your schedule.
Your hosts, Mark Chambers and Joe Pitti, will endeavor to make all aspects of your stay enjoyable; offering true "Southwestern Hospitality" and are happy to share their extensive knowledge of the area with you; helping you plan your activities including recommendations on hiking, and of course restaurants, if you would like!
If you bring a computer, there is free high speed DSL wireless internet. Private car parking, secure bicycle storage and a hard standing pad for motorcycles is also available.
We cater to an adult clientele; children 8 years or younger by agreement only, please.