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Welcome to the Rim Rock Inn and Restaurants. We can offer you complimentary continental breakfast, free wireless internet, 32" TVs and two fabulous on-site dining options. You'll love having an outdoor entrance ...Moreto your room and a beautiful scenic view from your own balcony. Less
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All reviewsbasic continental breakfastsmall pastriescapitol reefattached restaurantgreat viewroom was cleanon sitewatching the sunsetbeautiful areacoffee potbit datednothing fancynice staynational parkking beda great place to staymotel
The room and the bathroom are clean and fonctional. The view is beautiful. Unfortuantely there is no boiler to cook tea for breakfast.
We staid one night in this motel the location is perfect and we had a good night sleep.
Very nice cozy inn, with a feeling of being home. This inn does not have all the modern stuff, but for the price, we would go back. The coffee is ready for you, to enjoy while you take in the beautiful morning views of the...More
Nice hotel for the area. Not as expensive as some of the other places were and it is closer to the park. I would recommend this hotel if you are visiting Capitol Reef National Park. The rooms were clean and the staff was friendly. There...More
A friendly, simple, honest place with awesome views in most directions - perfect for watching sunset or dawn. The restaurant is a similarly wonderful place to watch the sunset, especially outside on the terrace, although you will pay for it. Value for money is average,...More
We stayed here way back when.. 1987.. when we were young marrieds. Now, thirty-plus years, two houses, and one son later, we returned to this unspeakably beautiful area.Torrey has thrived, lodgings and restaurants all over (still no real grocery store, though), and the inn was...More