Letter July 30 2018

Dear Friends and Guests:

We appreciate your loyal patronage over the past nearly 14 years. In an effort to improve our visibility and reach more of you, the Osborne Inn has now joined with airbnb to secure your reservations.  We have adjusted our prices, and no longer serve breakfast. We will continue to maintain our website at Osborneinn.com to provide information on the history of Spring City and our Inn, and on other local attractions not available at the other websites.

One of our major draws for relocating to Spring City back in 2004 was to rekindle our spirits and heal from nearly 30 years working in busy emergency department & trauma centers. We thought others would likewise welcome the change to a more peaceful clime, so we opened the Osborne Inn in 2005. Over the years we have touched hearts and souls with many of you– the real reward for our labors here. Our initial objective back in 2005 was to pass on the abundance of peace and quiet we find here to our friends and guests. Many like us have been able to “get their lives back”. In fact, several of our past guests have relocated to Spring City themselves!

Over these past 15 years, we’ve become more dedicated to living a healthy lifestyle and applying the principles of wellness. We now are pleased to be able to pass to you some of what we have found most helpful in this regard. In 2013, Dane underwent additional training and board certification in Integrative Medicine. In June 2018, he opened a very part-time Integrative Medicine clinic adjacent to the Inn right here in Spring City, Utah! As part of your stay, you can receive evaluation and training to optimize your health through one-on-one or group sessions in Lifestyle and Integrative Medicine (see danemchapmanmd.com to arrange a session).

Would you like some fresh air and exercise through a ride down memory lane on one of our complementary bikes for registered guests? Or, would you rather take a walk around our beautiful town recognized for over 50 buildings on the National Register and its designation as a National Historic Community, climb & repel nearby Maple Canyon or just hike up Center Street into Spring City Canyon? You will love the natural wilderness as you venture outside the Inn. Come! Rejuvenate your spirit and rekindle your love of life as you see the impact of a few simple adjustments like healthy food options, a bit of exercise, peaceful quiet and rest.

Warm regards,
Dane and Barbara Chapman