Beth & Allan Bush said:August 17, 2011 7:45 am PST
We arrived home safely and wanted to thank you for all you did to make our three days
in Monticello very enjoyable.
We very much enjoyed our session at the temple. It is always fun to visit different temples and observe how different some things are done and yet there is always such a sweet spirit. There were enough people attending the 10:00 session that they had to bring in folding chairs.
We were very pleased with our accommodations at the Grist Mill Inn, the two lovely breakfast meals and your will willingness to accommodate our schedule.
We are gratful for the opportunity to meet you and your son. We wish you all the best in your endeavors of keeping up with your busy responsilbities at the Grist Mill Inn. We hope your business will continue to do well. We will certainly recommend your Inn to anyone we know who will be traveling your way.
Hopefully we will have the opportunity to visit you again in the future.
Sincerely, Beth & Allan Bush
Jyrki & Family from Germany said:August 6, 2011 5:39 am PST
During our 3 weeks visit in the US we had our best stay in the old Grist Mill Inn. It was wonderful and Crystal a marvelous host. We stayed four nights there and had every morning a different, excellent American breakfast (yummy, yummy). The rooms were cozy and clean. Monticello, Utah, is really in the middle of big attractions such as Canyonlands, Mesa Verde, Arches National Park, Monument Valley and others. We are considering really staying there again sometime and we can only recommend this fantastic B&B. All the best to Crystal and her family
Anne and Gerry from Maryland said:June 20, 2011 3:46 pm PST
Forget Moab, spend a few days in Monticello, Utah, and take advantage of the inkeepers' suggestions for a more serene outdoor experience in the canyonlands. A nick on our windshield down at Hovenweep ruins led us to a repair shop in Monticello, which led us to the charming Grist Mill Inn and the peace and friendly atmosphere of lovely Monticello. We wound up touring some local canyons and ruins avoiding the crowds and heat of Moab in June.
Bob and Annette said:May 30, 2011 12:16 pm PST
We took advantage of the stay and play golf package..2nights at the B&B, 36 holes of golf each at the Hide-Out CC, 4 dinners and 2 breakfasts. Such a great value!! The B&B is totally awesome..we have stayed in over a dozen B&B and this is the best one ever! Crystal (and Jackson) were very good hosts. Food was excellent, rooms & common areas were clean. We took numerous business cards to hand out to family and friends! We will be back!!
Jim & Judy said:May 26, 2011 6:46 am PST
Stayed almost a week. Crystal was a great hostess, rooms were very clean and food wonderful. Plan to stay again.