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We stayed 2 nights in the cabin house with the bunk beds. Has everything you could need Large comfy bed private bathroom second bedroom with bunk beds, kitchen with mini fridge own balcony with a BBQ Grill if needed, Has a TV and movies to...More
My parents first discovered the Castle Valley Inn and have come back several times to experience the warmth and hospitality that are the heart of the experience. My family and I were excited to experience the inn for ourselves during a recent camping trip through Utah. We...More
Response from cvibnb, Owner at Castle Valley InnResponded 12 July 2017
We're so glad you and your family decided to follow your parents advice and experience beautiful Castle Valley and the Inn ;) But for real, we are very pleased to hear that you had a pleasant time and enjoyed the Inn, hospitality, and breakfasts outside....More
We stayed in the Anasazi cabin; great accommodations, grounds, hosts! Private, quiet, and about 30 minutes from busy Moab. Nearby hiking; hosts very informed and helpful. Lovely spot; a highlight of our recent 4 week road trip!
This was a last minute trip and we had such a wonderful time! We stayed in the Chinle room, which was small, has a detached, private, bathroom and was wonderful for the price, especially last minute! Michelle took my reservation over the phone, told us...More
Thank Pamela W
Response from cvibnb, Owner at Castle Valley InnResponded 30 June 2017
Thank you very much for taking the time to write such a lovely review of the Castle Valley Inn! We're glad you enjoyed your small "anniversary" gift, the breakfasts, treats and our "little oasis among the red rock". We hope you can make a return...More
We stayed two nights in September 2016 in this B&B and we appreciated so much the area!
This B&B is located in a relaxing environment. The roow was cleaned and the breakfast served in the garden (surrounded by rocks) was so appreciable (and delicious!).