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I guess that most people visit Torrey just for one day. My advice would be to spend at least two nights in this B&B: you will regret it later if you only spend a day.
We stayed 3 nights in the garden room, a small...More
The renovated old schoolhouse has been done with lots of luxury! BUT there are no elevators, so be prepared to walk up 3 flights of stairs if you happen to get a room on the 3rd floor. We being from flat Florida struggled with the...More
Thank Darlene Y
Response from luvutah2, Manager at Torrey Schoolhouse Bed & Breakfast InnResponded 1 week ago
Yes, this historic building has no elevator (as is the case with the vast majority of B&B's). We have 3 stories but only 2 flights of stairs (thank heavens, not 3). As Torrey is the gateway to a HIGH-elevation national park, we know stairs can...More
We've driven past this place for years and didn't know it was here. The owner has painstaking renovated an old schoolhouse. Our room was spacious and comfortable, with a view of the cliffs north of town. The gardens are worth visiting. Breakfast was delicious and...More
The Torrey Schoolhouse is a luxury retreat tucked away in the small town of Torrey, Utah. The converted Schoolhouse is palatial yet homey. The sun shines through the many windows in the grand first floor sitting room which makes it a fine place to sit...More
We had a very relaxing stay in a homey room on the top floor. Well, except for the views---our actual home doesn't have views like that. It's worth seeking out---you wouldn't know it exists driving on the main road, so you have to find them...More
Response from Colleen M | Reviewed this property |
There are different sized rooms with various prices, but $150 a night is close (as mentioned above). Each room has an attached bathroom. They also have a massage chair in each room, which was lovely after a long day of... More
There are different sized rooms with various prices, but $150 a night is close (as mentioned above). Each room has an attached bathroom. They also have a massage chair in each room, which was lovely after a long day of hiking / walking the trails.The breakfast is all organic and delicious. We are going back again this summer and plan to stay here again.