About the Innkeepers

Charlene and Gary Elsasser are the owners and innkeepers of Amid Summer’s Inn Bed and Breakfast. We have served in the hospitality industry for 18 years. 

History of the Inn

Amid Summer’s Inn Bed and Breakfast is set at the heart of town and is part of the Cedar City Historic District. The Historic District is a set of one hundred and seventy-two main buildings and fifty-two outbuildings that help contribute to the historical integrity of Cedar City, Utah. Cedar City was founded by Mormon pioneers that were sent to mine iron found in the area. The iron mined in Cedar City was the first west of the Mississippi River. The iron works was shut down in 1858 and most of the town’s residents left for other cities, but three hundred and one people stayed behind. Cedar City then became a town based on agriculture, which was lucrative and allowed several citizens to begin building Victorian, Colonial, Tudor, and Renaissance Revival houses in the area. In 1935  Amid Summer’s Inn Bed and Breakfast was built as a private residence. The home remained relatively the same until 2002 when renovations and additions were added. When completed it became the stunning 6000 square foot Historic English Tudor Cottage home that stands today.

Inn Amenities

Leave ordinary behind! At Amid Summer’s Inn Bed and Breakfast, each of the ten, awe-inspiring, themed guest rooms is designed for relaxation and comfort. Every one of our rooms features a private bath, individual climate control AC, Wi-Fi, refrigerator, TV, DVD player, iron/ironing board, hair dryer, night-light, alarm clock, specialty toiletries, soft linens, triple sheets and very comfortable beds. Also available to guests is the private, off-street, covered parking at the back of the property.

Each day we offer a full, homemade breakfast. Enjoy home-baked pastries and snacks, which are available throughout the day.

However you choose to fill your days, allow Amid Summer’s Inn Bed and Breakfast to pamper you in luxury.