Tintic Goldminers Inn
Get away from it all at our historic Fitchville Bed and Breakfast. Our "bungalow mansion" style home was originally occupied in 1918 by Lillian Fitch and J. Fred Johnson, superintendent of the Chief Consolidated Mining Company. We lovingly restored the home in 2007 to create 6 guest rooms, each with a private bath.
Located in the heart of the Tintic Historic Mining District in Eureka, Utah and surrounded by abandoned mines, ghost towns, rockhounding sites and dozens of trails, we are your ideal “home base” for exploring, collecting or playing. At 27 miles from Little Sahara Sand Dunes, we are close enough for you to swing by, clean up, sleep and breakfast before returning to the dunes for another day of fun.
Our family-sized suites and 900 sq ft common area provide the perfect intimate setting for groups up to 25 people. Family reunions, business retreats, church groups and hobbyists have all enjoyed their experience here in our quiet and serene hide-away.
Fresh mountain air, spacious rooms, fiery sunsets, and hearty meals await your arrival - come meet us at the Tintic Goldminers Inn!