Management was excellent, said 100%." staff to be very friendly."
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Engen Hus was built in 1949 by the Engen brothers Alf Sverre and Kaare came to Utah from Norway. All three competed internationally and were integral in establishing the ski industry in Utah and Idaho. The Engen families built five log cabins on a five acre plot of land on Big Cottonwood Canyon Road. The timbers were harvested from a forest fire in Montana. Skiers from all over the world began to use the cabins as their base camp. In the late 1980s Engen Hus became a Bed and Breakfast called Log Cabin on the Hill. A tradition that has continued to this day. Engen Hus Bed and Breakfast a cabin with character at the mouth of the Cottonwood Canyons in Salt Lake City. Visit or read by the fire in the great room. Warm up and relax in the hot tub. Play games in the loft. Fall into the comfy beds after a hard day of skiing hiking snowshoeing or exploring. Rise to the smell of coffee and homemade baked goodies. We offer a complimentary breakfast and specialize in lowgluten or glutenfree baking organic fresh produce uncured meats. Choose from one of our four nature themed rooms Florence Catherine Buckskin or CoreyADA friendly. Engen Hus is your adventure headquarters. BeUtahFull