Situated in Ephraim, Utah, the reestablished home has two stories accessible for use as a family or little gathering meeting and hotel office. The house is situated on Primary Road, US 89, in the focal Utah town of Ephraim. Its area makes it helpful for explorers going to Snow School, or the Manti Sanctuary of the Congregation of Jesus Christ of Modern Holy people.
“We have endeavored to make a feeling of the pioneer time in the house,” said Randal Labrum, Proprietor and Proprietor of the home. “The rebuilding and the period furniture individuals feel like Canute Peterson and his family were quite recently here yesterday,” he said.
The home has three rooms upstairs and one room on the primary floor and has resting housing for 8-10 individuals. The home has a working kitchen, supplied with basic things. Reservation request can be made at the home’s site: www.ephraimhouse.com.
Worked in 1869, by Canute Peterson as his own habitation, the home has been a meeting place for some nearby chronicled occasions. Numerous amicable gatherings with neighborhood Indian Boss were held in this home. A marker over the road from the house honors the area where the peace settlement with the Dark Sell Indian tribe was concluded. He served as the Minister and later, as Stake President of the Sanpete Stake until his demise in 1902.
About the Ephraim House – The Ephraim House is a reestablished pioneer abiding situated in Ephraim, Utah. Worked by Canute Peterson in 1869, the house was acquired and reestablished by Randall and Judith Labrum in 2008. The house is recorded on the U.S. National Enlist of Notable Places as a fine case of pioneer craftsmanship from the late nineteenth century. The house is currently accessible as a hotel office to families going to the Ephraim and Manti region. Reservation solicitations can be made at www.ephraimhouse.com.