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Saw this bird at Arrowhead Country Inn in Utah last weekend.  ANYBODY know what kind it is???????
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I looked through this web-site and didn't see it, but maybe I missed it?  This is a neat web-site anyways.

http://www.whatbird.com/browse/objs/ALL/birds_na_147/38/Location/20/Utah
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Arrowhead is an amazing place!  Thanks for sharing!
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2155 S State St Mt Carmel, UT 84755
2155 S State StUSUTMt Carmel84755
(435) 648-2569arrowheadbb.com
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Arrowhead Country Inn & Cabins is a bed & breakfast inn located centrally between Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park and the pristine Grand Canyon North Rim. The Inn is in Mt. Carmel, Utah on Scenic Highway 89, across the street from the historic Home Studio of western artist Maynard Dixon.

We feature a picturesque setting with spectacular views of the nearby White Cliffs, spacious cabins and antique furnished guest rooms, a casual atmosphere, and a farm fresh breakfast each morning. Scenic ATV tours & guided horseback rides are available nearby.

3 National Parks: Zion, Bryce & the Grand Canyon North Rim + many other really neat places!
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reviewed a year ago
This place is amazing! The views at Arrowhead Country Inn and Cabins are incredible. The central location to three National Parks (Zion, Bryce and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon) worked perfectly for a new adventure each day of our 4 night stay. Fall asleep watching satellite TV on a comfortable bed, in a clean and well decorated cabin. Wake each morning to a home cooked feast - a different main dish every time - Yum! A nearby grocery store and restaurants made dinner convenient. Keep your goodies in the refridgerator in the cabin and a microwave to pop that popcorn for movie time. "Quality" time with friends and family, "quality" cabins, "quality" food. Overall a true "quality" experience - We will do it again! Actually we ran out of time to see all the area has to offer. Never made it to the Coral Pink Sand Dunes, Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, Grand Escalante National Monument, Cedar Breaks National Monument, The old Gunsmoke set by Kanab Utah, Lake Powell and many more! Arrowhead is a perfect base camp to set out each day in a new direction in Southern Utah! I can't wait to go back!
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A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
I went to Arrow Head 2 years ago with a girlfriend. I talked so much about it my family wanted to go. We spent 7 days here. The location could not be better 1.5hrs or less away from most of the National Parks around. Mrs. Jane is so sweet. Her breakfast spreads are a family favorite. The Hospitality is great. The grounds are gorgeous and hey the mountain in the background and the horses running in front of the cabin. This is my hideaway from the city and multi-multi tasking!!! My husband was planning out next trip back on day 2. Cabins are great & the Yellow Rose room in the main house is AWESOME and homey. Grocery store is in Orderville 10 min drive. You do have to pay to go through Mt. Zion National Park $25 just go back another day and hike out to the Canyon Overlook. We couldn't stay any other place if we wanted to!!! We love the variety of people we meet everytime we go. They come from all over the world! We love Mrs. Jane. She even remembers us and what we like! Only problem is we can't take Mrs. Jane with us wherever we go. Mrs. Jane we are still praying you stay booked, but make sure we get an opening!
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Stéphane Dubé
reviewed 2 years ago
A Google User
reviewed 4 years ago
Finding an accomodation that is comfortable and clean for 2 & 4 legged travelers is not easy. My dogs were welcome here, but the cabin that now is designated for dogs is right on the road which makes it noisy. And there is only 1 bed, not a problem if you are traveling alone...I was not. Our television did not work, managements solution...watch a video unless I wanted to phone the satellite company. The food is good, breakfast is a feast, but probably will not go back. Service for the money, just not worth it to me.
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A Google User
reviewed 4 years ago
We stayed with our small dog in the cabin by the road and I had read that it was noisy; solution: two beers from just over the UT/AZ border after a full day of hiking and a hardy dinner at one of the three places to eat nearby will do the trick nicely--I was out like a light and never was bothered by the highway noise. The next morning Jane made her usual FANTASTIC breakfast featuring biscuits, eggs, bacon, fruit-salad, coffee and juice. The TV is now on DISH TV so all the big-city folks can feed their lust for information. I'd stay there again, but $155/nite is a bit pricy.
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