Looking for more than the typical vacation home? This beautiful historic landmark is one of the most well-known homes in Salt Lake City. Our rooms are LIGHTLY themed and they each have their own private bathroom. The common areas are filled with classic antiques and we pride ourselves on the ambiance and the comfort that this home provides to our guests.
The Ellerbeck Mansion is conveniently located at the corner of 3rd Avenue and B Street, in a quiet residential neighborhood just five blocks from the center of downtown Salt Lake City. Guests can walk to Historic Temple Square, the Salt Palace convention center, museums, Family History Library, downtown shopping and dining. The mansion is a short 13-minute drive from the Salt Lake International Airport and just 30 minutes from our famous ski resorts.
We are big enough to meet your business and travel needs, yet small enough to provide you with the intimate grace of Victorian times.
GOURMET HOT BREAKFAST: Our chef will prepare a gourmet hot breakfast for each guest for free. Breakfast is served from 7:30 to 9:30 in the formal dining room (or in your room if you prefer). For those guests who can't make that time or would prefer a light breakfast, we also have lots of self-serve breakfast items to choose from any hour of the morning.
WINTER DREAMS ROOM: A favorite among many of our guests, this is one of the larger rooms in the Mansion. It is located on the main floor right off of the formal living room and it has its own fireplace* and its own private full bathroom. The king-size bed has a draped canopy and super high-quality bedding and linens and there is plenty of space for spreading out.
This is a 124-year-old home. It does not have the sterile, whitewashed rooms that you see at the Marriott. It has character, and with character comes flaws. It is in wonderful shape, but it's still old. County health code prohibits guests from using the kitchen in any bed & breakfast. If you need a kitchen, please rent one of our many vacation homes.
*At certain times of year, burning wood in fireplaces is subject to local air quality regulations. If the county says no, you will not be able to burn wood that day and you agree to not blame it on us.
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