Just three blocks off Main Street, this cozy B&B is the next best thing to owning one of Park City’s charming Victorian homes. Staying here is like crashing with ski bum friends, complete with insider tips on the best trails, bars, and restaurants from the longtime innkeepers. Other homey features include a shared living room with a fireplace, a hot tub deck lined with Tibetan prayer flags, and a home-cooked breakfast served daily in a sunny nook.
Though Old Town Guest House is an intimate property, all four guestrooms (named for Park City Mountain Resort’s best trails) offer plenty of privacy—none share a wall. On the main floor, the spacious Treasure Hollow room features a comfortable sitting area and two big windows overlooking the town. McConky’s Suite can sleep four between the queen bed and twin bunk bed, while the Quit-N-Time and Silver Skis rooms have their own half bathrooms but share a shower. Expect lodgepole pine furniture and eclectic mountain style in spades.