Zion National Park Cabins
Southern Utah Bed & Breakfast
Arrowhead Country Inn & Cabins is your perfect base camp located between three national parks
This world famous bed and breakfast inn can be found in Mt. Carmel, Utah on Scenic Highway 89, across the street from the historic Home Studio of western artist Maynard Dixon.
Arrowhead’s location enables you to head in a different direction every day to explore three national parks and to see many other great sights and destinations along the way.
Featuring a picturesque setting with spectacular views of the nearby White Cliffs and horse pastures, spacious cabins with big wooden porches, beautiful antique decorated lodge rooms and a museum style lounge area in the main lodge.
Enjoy a scrumptious country buffet breakfast feast each morning in our casual atmosphere while overlooking the gold fish pond. The breakfast dining room features large windows so you can watch the morning sun highlight the surrounding White Cliffs and catch an eyeful of entertainment from the quarreling hummingbirds at the feeders that frequent the area. Arrowhead also boasts a beautiful pool, apple orchards, flower and herb gardens.
Wildlife enthusiasts and stargazers especially enjoy our area. Scenic ATV tours & guided horseback rides are available nearby.
3 National Parks: Zion, Bryce & the Grand Canyon North Rim
Mount Carmel is on the northern curve of the Southwest’s Grand Circle, in the geologically diverse area of East Zion, just south of Bryce Canyon’s whimsical hoodoos, and just north of the pristine Ponderosa forests of the Grand Canyon’s North Rim. In addition, to the east, the vast Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument makes its presence known with its towering and scenic White Cliffs, one of the several immense and colorful geological ‘steps’ of the Staircase, ascending in awesome grandeur across Southern Utah.
**Other nearby sites worth visiting** include the Maynard Dixon Home Studio, St. George, the Coral Pink Sand-dunes State Park, Best Friends’ Animal Sanctuary, Kanab’s Little Hollywood, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and the clear blue waters and red sandstone cliffs of Lake Powell.