The Armstrong Mansion in Salt Lake City, Utah is a historic bed and breakfast.
In their own words, here is a bit of their history. “Original construction on the Armstrong Mansion was completed in 1893 as the fulfillment of a wedding day promise made by Francis Armstrong to his bride, Isabel. After extensive travel through Europe, the two-term Mayor of Salt Lake City and his wife decided on the popular Queen Anne-Style for their family home. When completed, the Mansion included a beautiful master bedroom, Victorian dining room, library, parlor, and living quarters for house staff. The Mansion was also proudly one of only three homes in all of Salt Lake City to provide indoor-plumbing and running water for its occupants!”
The January Promise room boasts a billowing four poster bed, piled high with pillows, covered with an exquisite feather duvet. Each room is named after a month of the year and what better place to ring in the new year than in this room.