Kamas, UT 

Woodland Farmhouse Inn

2602 E State Road # 35
Kamas, UT 84036-9660 US

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Rates: $109 to $189
Total Rooms: 6


Circa 1897. Feel refreshed at this high altitude country farmhouse on two acres in the fertile Uintah Mountain Valley of the Provo River just 25 minutes east of Park City, Utah and one hour east of Salt Lake City. Experience the friendly, relaxed atmosphere, comfortable furnishings with upscale amenities, and natural beauty. Soak in the outdoor hot tub on a quiet, starry night. Stay in a romantic guest suite in the historic main inn or spacious luxury accommodations in the South House. The Bunkhouse offers a more rustic and sturdy ambiance for families, fishermen and hunters. Savor a hearty home-style breakfast before embarking on the day's adventures. Recreational activities are plentiful. Explore the scenic area on snowshoes in the winter or ski at one of the first-class resorts nearby. Hike, bike run and rock climb the scenic trailheads of Mirror Lake in the summer.Publicity and Awards: Wasatch Wave, Summit County Bee.Location: Country and Mountains.


Rooms & Rates

Rates: $109 to $189
Payment types accepted include Travelers Checks, Discover, Personal Checks, Visa, Master Card and Cash/checks 5% discount.
Rooms: This property has 6 total suites, including 3 two-bedroom suites and 1 three-bedroom suite, 1 cottage and 1 guest house.
The types of beds available include Queen, King, Double and Twin.


Minimum Stay Requirements: Minimum Stay required for Holidays and Sundance Film Festival
Cancellation: 24 hour advanced notice for each night reserved, (ie. 48 hours notice on a two night reservation) or 50% of the room rate(s) will be retained
Pets: Innkeepers pets on premises, Pets Allowed, The Garden Cottage, The Cowgirl and The Bunkhouse accept pets. We also have 3 12X12 horse stalls for rent. Extended lenghth rig parking is nearest to the Cowgirl or Bunkhouse.
Smoking: Outside Only.

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast and Upon request we will prepare a sack lunch ($8ea) that can withstand a snowmobile's vibration.
Types of meals: Vegetarian Breakfast, Full Breakfast, Country Breakfast, Sunday Brunch, Early Coffee/Tea, We serve a full, hot country breakfast and "Cooks Choice". When possible we will take requests from our website menu.
Amenities In Room: Wireless Internet Access, Iron/Ironing Board, DVD, Bath Amenities, Stereo, Clock Radio, Reading Lamps, Hair Dryer, Telephone, CD Player, Refrigerator, Television, Modem Hook-Up, Coffeemaker, VCR, Bathrobes and Air Conditioning is generally not needed except for possibly a few weeks in mid-August. We are able to bring in air-conditioning units if the weather changes. We have an outdoor hot tub for star-gazing. Some suites have soaking tubs. The South House has a common fireplace.
Amenities On Site: Laundry Facilities, Fax, Copy Machine, Parlor Games, Fireplace, VCR, Stables, Television, Handicap Access, DVD, Hot Tub/Spa, Phone and Complimentary snowshoe use. Borrow from a good selection of DVD movies/free microwave popcorn.
Business Traveler Amenities: Desk, FAX On-site, Flexible Cancellation, Flexible Check in/out Times, Gym Nearby, Hair Dryer, Internet Access, Iron/Ironing Board, Modem Connection, Television and Wireless Internet Access.
Languages Spoken: "Farm animal" only.

Spa Services

Off-Site Spa Services Available


Events Hosted: Weddings, Honeymoons, Romantic Getaways, Family Reunions, Bunkhouse sleeps 8 for families and friends.
Other Activities: Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Parks, Shopping (Local Crafts), Skiing Cross Country, Skiing Downhill, Canoeing/Kayaking, Bicycling, Antiquing, Water Sports, Snowmobiling and Watercraft rentals.

Recommended Restaurant(s)

Gateway Grille, Summit Inn Pizza ..

Historic Interest

Built in 1897 for his Indian bride Lucy, Fred Peterson supported a large dairy herd using several barns, chicken coops, worker/"hand" house and bunkhouse which still remain on the property. In the early 1900s, the home also served as the Woodland Post Office. In the mid '70s an addition was added to the house for the area's Justice of the Peace office.
Historic Awards: Local Register (Granted) and Local Register (Applied).
Historic Memberships: Local Historical Society.
Historic sites nearby: Historic Main Street, Park City mining town (17 miles)

Romantic Interest

Natural beauty and views of river and nearby mountains give this place a reflective quality.