Adobe Abode Bed & Breakfast is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Moab, offering a charming environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
While staying at Adobe Abode Bed & Breakfast, visitors can check out St Pius X Catholic Church (0.9 mi) and The Overlook Gallery (0.9 mi), some of Moab's top attractions.
Adobe Abode Bed & Breakfast is a charming bed and breakfast offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Moab. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Pasta Jay's, Antica Forma, and Cafe Italiano, which are some Italian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for something to do, Rotary Park and Scott Matheson Wetlands Preserve are a nice way to spend some time.
Enjoy your stay in Moab!
It has been closed for almost two years and is for sale by owner, no takers as of yet I guess. I ride by it twice a day, there is no activity except the occaisional caretaker or owner. There are not any signs identifying it as Adobe Abode. The web-site is now some Chinese thing and the phone answering machine does not identify the property. Too bad, I toured it once and it was pretty nice. My "ratings" are just to fill in spaces as this "review" would not be accepted otherwise.
We went to Moab for an adventure vacation. We wanted the hotel to be as awesome as the day trips and we couldn't have found a better location or sleeping arrangement. Firstly, we were greeted by an awesome hostess. Our rooms were right at the end on the first floor, very clean, enough room for suitcases and a large counter for all of our bathroom stuff. Had quite a few conversations with the owners, nice little breakfast was provided each day and wonderful to have a quiet beer courtesy of the owners at the end of the day. Will stay here again!
We stayed at Adobe Abode for three nights on a road trip through Utah and Arizona. On the plus side, the beds were comfortable; beer, boxed wine, bottled water and iced tea were complimentary and the home is well laid out as a B&B with two large sitting areas. The hot breakfast was good and cereal, coffee and juice were available early (7 am) if you were going to be on the road before 8. The owners, Keith and Judy, were helpful and have been in Moab for a long time. They mentioned that they are considering winding down the B&B and that showed with the level of maintenance we saw. The hot tub was out of order and several other things needed attention. Also, several rooms do not have a window that opens. There is a patio door but we did not want to leave it open at night. If booking here, note that it is over a Mile to the nearest restaurant. There are taxis and Uber is starting to gain traction but we walked quite a few times. The road is very dark so a flashlight or headlamp is a good idea so the cars will see you!…
Judy greeted us on arrival Another guest told us that she was ill the following morning, when we arrived for breakfast, so no hot meal, yogurt, cereal, fresh fruit The next morning, although i had told her i am allergic to peppers, the hot breakfast was quiche that had LOTS of peppers in it. Back to the yogurt and fresh fruit. Never met the host-Keith House is decorated with much of his art work, he works in metal Rooms have high windows that have no coverings. so sun enters room early. if you want to sleep in , that makes it difficult There are large common areas in the main house. refrigerator for guests, with complimentary beverages is available Pool table in common area Our room was up a flight of outside stairs
Some B & Bs can offer a great lodging experience. This is not one of them. The inn itself had promise but they missed the mark. The area seems more commercial than residential. Breakfast was poor. Room was small. The host almost seemed burdened by your presence. There must be better lodging in Moab.