Under the Lindens – Salt Lake City, Utah

Published Date Author: , January 4th, 2017

Under the Lindens

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay:

Under The Lindens Bed & Breakfast is a historic home (recently listed in the National Historic Register) and was originally built in 1903. The house was the home of Lewis Ramsey, a well-known Mormon painter.

We’ve renovated the property, keeping the original historic style, and Under the Lindens now offers four full suites.

Each suite has a private entrance, living room including a cozy fireplace, sleeping area with a queen bed, ceiling fan, private bathroom, full kitchen, Television, VCR & DVD Player, phone/fax line, parking, and a laundry room, deck and hot tub.

Our suites exemplify an attention to detail, with antique furnishings, marble, granite and tile counters, hardwood and tile flooring, and really comfortable beds. We don’t have any theme rooms, just refined, simple, clean decor that complements the historic nature of Under the Lindens Bed & Breakfast.

Our private room entrances allow our guests to come and go when they please, with complete privacy.

Every morning, an expanded continental breakfast is served at your doorstep. We also serve cocktails each afternoon in our sunroom – it’s a great place for guests to mingle and to get to know one another.

Under the Lindens B&B is perfect for guests who plan an extended stay in Salt Lake City, especially business travelers, but we also welcome short term visitors too.

Other services and amenities include:

  • Pick up from the airport (small fee)
  • “Concierge” service
  • List of local events
  • Local restaurant Menus
  • Local maps showing bars, restaurants, day-trips, etc.

Next time your business or vacation plans bring you to Salt Lake City, come stay with us at Under the Lindens B&B.

See the Under the Lindens Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

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