Wildflowers Bed & Breakfast
Welcome to Wildflowers Bed & Breakfast
Runners at Wildflowers
The living room
Cill brought a lot of copper home from France. It warms the kitchen.
Cill still adds to her collection of well-used cookbooks. Diplomas are from the École Dijon cooking school. There are also a few from Lynne Rossetto Kasper’s cooking workshops.
Holidays in the Chicken Palace

Featured in:

Fodor's America's Best Bed & Breakfasts, 1st Edition
America's Favorite Inns
Bed and Breakfasts and Small Hotels
America's Painted Ladies

Wildflowers is that absorbing combination of new and old that gladdens the heart without taxing the rest of you. A full restoration of this 1891 Victorian home provides the best of everything. Its open rooms, high ceilings, abundant light, and ready access to the gardens have a modern feel. The hand-carved staircase, original chandeliers, beveled and stained glass windows, period furnishings, and oriental rugs add a note of elegance. Original art throughout the house gives it warmth and distinction. Two balconies provide sweeping views of the mountains and the town.


“One of the top 10 places to stay in Salt Lake City,” — London's The Guardian:

Sugarhouse is one of Salt Lake City's oldest and most vibrant neighbourhoods. And Wildflowers Bed and Breakfast is a fully renovated Victorian-era home built in 1891. The house was built by Byron Cummings, who was the first dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Utah. As well as a tasteful interior, the B&B has a colour-splashed wildflower garden filled with larkspur, columbine, foxglove, wild geraniums, lupins, and meadow rue. Over nearly 20 years owners Cill Sparks and Jeri Parker have developed a reputation for hospitality and enjoy a loyal following.


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