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Some of our favorite guests are newlyweds, creating some of their first memories–and maybe even beginning traditions–here in Spring City. The Osborne Inn is only 17 miles from the Manti Temple, Spring City is a beautiful spot to celebrate before or after a wedding.

One of our family members came across a book with a picture of the Manti Temple, calling it a great American castle! While functionally “castle” might not be accurate, in form, the structure’s inspiration can easily be traced to the palaces of the French Renaissance. The inside is no less beautiful and is expertly maintained. Set atop a hill, the grounds also include a gorgeous little wood grove–where this particular couple took many of their wedding photos. Afterward, they rode a tandem bike down Spring City’s Main Street, complete with celebratory tin cans!

Into the Woods

A Bicycle Built for Two

We love making honeymooner’s visits extra-special and memorable!   The “Carnahan Suite” is typically our celebration room with 2 person jetted tub and gas fireplace,  we serve breakfast in bed, cookies and sparkling cider, flowers, carriage ride, etc. Make your request in advance so we can assist you in the planning of your special night.  We are also conveniently located for anyone attending a wedding in Manti and looking for accommodation, or for anyone celebrating an anniversary or birthday–we like to think we’re the best spot around for a bed, bike, and breakfast! :)  Call: 435-462-9338 or email:

*thanks to Carly and Jared for letting us share their photos!

Spring City hosted the “Start and Finish Line” for the Sanpete Classic.  Excitement was in the air as bicyclists gathered early  at the old school and prepared for the forthcoming race.  Some participated in the fun ride and others vied for state championships.   The picturesque, rolling country side provided a beautiful and  challenging course for all levels.  We loved hosting participants of the Sanpete Classic and hope to see this race continue for many years to come.