Restaurant-rude people to deal with, breakfast was inedible. 60's style bedrooms, no phone in bedrooms, dirty bedrooms and bathrooms. No bar to relax and have a drink. Tiny reception area-closes at 10 o'clock. Can't walk to a local restauant/bar-there is NOTHING you can walk to. Would not recommend it this 'Harold's Place'.
We arrived at Herold's near Bryce Canyon, Utah. It looked "fun" to stay in the cabins. We checked in and then checked the rooms, they were cute, but not clean. There was hair in the bed, on the sheets and pillow case. I asked about them being changed from the previous customer and was treated very rude as if it was my problem, the girl came and checked the room and did not even knock to enter she just walked in. She said that the hair was from the maids. I requested CLEAN sheets and she huffed about changing the sheets and left without a word. No sorry for the inconvience, the "dad" was rude again making the situation my problem. I would not suggest staying here. Find a place closier to Bryce and with friendlier people.
My wife and I stayed in one of the cabins before heading into Bryce Canyon. The service was excellent! The owner met us out at the car to tell us the rates, and we didn't get in there until about 10 or 11 at night. The breakfast the next morning was REALLY good! Harold used to be a chef in Las Vegas, and the food was fantastic. I would recommend the cabins. We didn't stay in the hotel, but if it's as nice and clean as the cabins, then I would recommend it too.
April May we travelled around by car Utah, Colorado, Arizona, my wife and I. We are the Netherlands. We visited Bryce Canyon the end of April, and spend one night in one of the woorden cabins. They where considering the price, I think it was 50$ a night, everything was quite comfortable. The female owner was very nice, spoke 60 languages. The food in the restaurant was good. You have to take for granted the distance to the park, but if you say one night as we did it was no problem