The Ellerbeck Mansion Bed and Breakfast, an
eclectic two-story Victorian showcase inn built in 1892, is
located in the heart of the historic Avenue District of
downtown Salt Lake City, Utah.
A convenient alternative a Salt Lake hotel,
the Bed and Breakfast is close to Temple Square, within 30
minutes of 12 world-class ski resorts and just 15 minutes from
the Salt Lake International Airport.
The Ellerbeck Mansion Bed and Breakfast
features hardwood floors, original moldings, beautiful stained
glass, vaulted windows, and period furniture. Relax in either
the main-floor or upstairs gallery, both warmed by fireplaces
and charmed by talk as guests conduct business, plan their
daily agendas, or rest before dinner.
The mansion's six suites are equally
inviting. Each has seasonally themed decor and a private bath.
Standard amenities include remote-control cable television and
individual phone extensions with modem capability, and three
accommodations have working fireplaces. All guests enjoy
convenient access to secure, on-site parking.
For your convenience, a delicious
continental breakfast is served directly to your room when you
want it. This allows maximum flexibility in the scheduling of
the day's activities. Some guests, for example, choose to hit
the ski slopes early and want to eat breakfast during the wee
hours. Others opt to sleep in and venture out mid-morning to
explore downtown Salt Lake City.
Delta Center, home of the Utah Jazz, is
less than a ten-minute drive from Ellerbeck Mansion.
Experience the recreated pioneer setting of early Salt Lake
City at Old Desert Village, near which you can find the "This
is the Place" Monument, commemorating Brigham Young's
words as he first entered Salt Lake City. Historic Main Street
in nearby Park City boasts several quaint shops and
restaurants, or you can visit Gardener's Historic Village,
originally a grain mill, for hand-made lace and quilts,
original paintings, and candy.
The Ellerbeck Mansion is within walking
distance of downtown's famed Temple Square, which, along with
several adjacent blocks, is home to some of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints' most historic buildings.
You'll also be within walking distance of the ZCMI shopping
mall and the new 21,000-seat Salt Palace Convention Center.
Self-guided walking tours of the historic district are
Of course, a trip to Salt Lake City
wouldn't be complete without seeing the Great Salt Lake, one
of the world's largest inland bodies of salt water. This is a
beautiful place to swim, boat, or just enjoy the sunset. Near
the lake are Antelope Island animal preserve and the famous
Bonneville Salt Flats, well known among car racing