Willow Glen Inn has 8 units in three separate buildings capable of accommodating up to 30 overnight guests. Some of the most interesting rooms in the area are at Willow Glen.
More than just a room for the night, our guests enjoy 8.5 acres of yards, gardens and walking paths to explore.
Willow Glen is a great place to hold a family reunion, company party, business luncheon, wedding or other special event. Our unique reception/conference facilities serve thousands of guests each year.
Willow Glen is open year round with each season of the year having its special attractions of birds, gardens, weather and room decorations. Willow Glen is conveniently located for day trips to Bryce and Zion National Parks and Cedar Breaks National Monument. Great winter skiing and summer mountain biking are available at Brian Head Resort a short 40 minute drive from Willow Glen.
The following slide show which was produced for the local Cinema, provides an overview of Willow Glen Inn. It is a rather large video file which will take significant time to download on a slow internet connection.
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||Spring at Willow Glen brings warm days and cold nights. In summer day time highs are most often in the 90's with afternoon thunder showers common in July and August. Fall brings cooler temperatures with mostly clear skies and beautiful mountain foliage. Winter sometimes starts with snow for Halloween but most often the first major snow waits until the Thanksgiving holiday. Christmas is often white but not always. No matter when you plan to visit, we reccomend checking the weather forecast to be sure of a pleasant visit without surprise. Click the current weather report at left to get a weather forcast from The Weather Channel.|
Cedar City experiences four distinct seasons. The average January low dips to 17.6° while the average July high climbs to just over 90°. The average annual high temperature is about 65° degrees and the average annual low temperature is almost 36°. The city receives an average of 10.6 inches of annual precipitation and just over 45 inches of annual snowfall. The sun shines regularly averaging 310 clear days per year.
CEDAR CITY UTAH
Monthly Climate Summary
July 1, 1948 to December 31, 2005
|Avg. High (F°)||42||47||54||62||72||84||90||88||80||67||53||43||65|
|Avg. Low (F°)||18||22||27||33||41||50||58||56||47||36||25||18||36|
|Avg. Snow Fall (in.)||8.5||8.0||8.4||5.1||1.2||0.1||0.0||0.0||0.1||1.7||5.1||7.0||45.1|
|Avg. Snow Depth (in.)||2||1||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||1||0|
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Willow Glen enjoys a relatively mild climate making it a pleasant place to live, work and visit. Most days are clear and sunny with summer highs typically in the 90's and lows in the 50's. Winter highs average in the 40's with lows in the teens. However, mother nature is not without a sense of humor. Short afternoon thunderstorms are common in July and August. And winter blizzards with white-out conditions have been known to happen December through February. Checking the current weather forcast is always a good idea.
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Willow Glen is located in the town of Enoch, Utah just north of Cedar City, the largest community in Iron County with a population of 27,000. Cedar City (shown in the photo to the right) is located at the mouth of Coal Creek in south-central Utah. Its elevation is 5,800 feet above sea level, and it lies in a semi-arid part of the state with 10,000-foot mountains to the east and a vast desert area to the west.
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