Like Staying With An Old Friend The Old Miners' Lodge is located in the national historic district of the colorful resort town of Park City, Utah. This charming bed and breakfast inn was established in 1889 as a boarding house for local miners seeking fortune in Park City's ore-rich mountains. Today, the spirited warmth and hospitality of Park City's illustrious past remains in this building, which has been lovingly restored to its original splendor.
Reminiscent of the Colorful History
of a Bygone Era Named for historic Park City personalities, the Lodge's 12 rooms and suites are restored and furnished to their period fullness with antique and country pieces, down pillows and comforters. To start the day, guests are greeted in our cozy dining room with a hearty breakfast, fresh coffee, teas and nectars. A revitalizing year-round, outdoor hot tub welcomes guests after a satisfying day of skiing, golfing or sightseeing in Park City. The large fireplace-focused living room becomes a gathering place in the evening, with complimentary refreshments. And of course, knowledgeable innkeepers are always on-hand to provide casual conversation on everything from Park City history to assistance with evening dinner and entertainment plans.
Exciting and Convenient The inn is located within easy walking distance of the Town Lift, which services Park City Mountain Resort and enables our guests to ski home. Historic Main Street, with its many restaurants, shops, galleries, and bus stops, is only one short block away!
Park City offers exceptional year-round recreation to visitors, including skiing, snowmobiling, biking, hot air ballooning, golf, tennis, hiking, horseback riding, concerts, festivals, and special events.
The Perfect Spot for Group Gatherings In addition to providing a unique sanctuary for your vacation pleasures, The Old Miners' Lodge is an ideal location for workshops, seminars, retreats, anniversaries, honeymoons, and birthday celebrations. Lunch and dinner may be catered by your innkeepers for special groups.
Susan Wynne and Liza Simpson
General Manager: Hugh Daniels
We are pleased to answer any questions you have.
Simply call us at: (435) 645-8068
or fax to: (435) 645-7420