Tucked away in the beautiful Elkheart Cliffs above Orderville, Utah, the XbarH Lodge offers comfortable accommodations in a unique setting that combine to create the ideal place for either exploring Southern Utah, or just getting away from it all.
Beautiful in every season, the Lodge is available year-round and may be rented either by the room or in it's entirety. Resident caretakers are on site to take care of the details and make your stay easy and worry-free.
So whether you're getting together with family and friends for a holiday gathering, looking for a secluded getaway, or just enjoy making new friends along the way, the XbarH is the place.
Please visit the XbarH website for additional photos and more information about the accommodations we offer.
From the XbarH Lodge Guest Journal: Thank you for your kind and compassionate hospitality! You definitely went above and beyond the call of duty! Keep up the great work. You have a beautiful gem here at the the XbarH!
I am part of the "Lori, Fredi, & Friends" group from a review below. We stayed at the XBarH Lodge in October 2009, and it was truly a fantastic trip all around. For most of our stay, we had 10 people in our group, and there was more than enough room for us all...to sleep, hang out, eat, and plenty of bathroom availability, too! :) We had everyone from a "tween" to a few married couples, and a few "singles" on our trip. The rooms were cozy, the bathrooms VERY well stocked with towels, and a washer and dryer right there for our use, if needed. The kitchen was a great feature, since we mainly ate at "home" for most meals. We made dinners, desserts, breakfasts. There were plenty of pans, dishes, utensils, etc. for that. It really was very convenient. We also took advantage one night of the VCR, and had a home-movie night. We had a lot of laughs seeing Lori and some of the others from years back...crazy hairstyles, clothes and all!
JC and Michele (the caretakers) were so welcoming, so friendly, and so helpful. They may never know exactly how special they are in my heart (even though I just met them for that one trip), but they are truly kind, sweet people, and they made our stay/trip even more special than we had hoped for. The lodge itself was SPECTACULAR, but the surrounding views/scenery...wow...BREATHTAKING!
It was an easy drive to Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, and we volunteered and toured Best Friends on several occasions. We even had a sleepover one night with two dogs, Cookie and Crunch, from Best Friends! :) That was very fun, since everyone in our group are animal lovers. And of course, when we were wanting a little canine companionship when our "sleepover dogs" weren't there, we had Jack...a big sweet gentle furbaby to play with and pet. :)
We also were close to several other National Parks...Zion and the Grand Canyon, and we visited those places, too. And for closer-to-home activity, we took some nice walks around the property, enjoying the views, the fresh air, the PEACEFULNESS.
I could go on and on, but I'll wind down soon. I will say that we have recommended the XBarH Lodge to others, if they ever get out that way. I also am hoping to get back myself in the next year or so. I would definitely say that I doubt you'd be disappointed in this home (or in the cute smaller cabin that they also have on the same property) and I highly recommend it. You can have as relaxed or as busy of a time as you'd like there!!!
We had a great weekend at XBARH lodge ; This is a true vacation luxury lodge and is truely Pet friendly our German Shepherd was made to feel as home as the rest of our family.
I wanted to surprise my husband for our 39th anniversary, so I booked 3 nights at the XbarH after seeing the website and reading the glowing reviews.
Our 2 grown children brought their kids & dog, and we brought our dog. Michele & JC were wonderful in accomodating all of our needs, and our entire family enjoyed a relaxing, beautiful weekend.
We were pleasantly surprised at the spotlessly clean lodge with very large rooms. We had plenty of room to spread out and relax. A fun game of horseshoes is a favorite memory of us all. There are plenty of games and videos to keep everyone occupied, but there are also plenty of places to cozy up with a book.
A quick trip to see Bryce Canyon National Park was magical and Zion National Park is even closer.
Needless to say, we will be returning to XbarH.
Sarah in Salt Lake City, Utah