As you approach our B&B
National Register Historical Marker
Our Sunroom with beverage station

Parrish Place is now Svea!

Same owners, new name.
Please visit our new website at www.svea.usto see our changes.

Originally named the Cannon House, this beautiful structure was built in 1890 by George M. Cannon and Marion A. Morris. It is listed in the National Historic Register.

During your stay at this beautiful Salt Lake City Bed and Breakfast, relax and revisit the times of an era gone by in the dining room under rainbow reflections from a beautiful, original stained glass window. Carefully sought out period chandeliers accent the original medallions found in most of the rooms. The exquisite tile work and carved living room fireplace remain in their original splendor. All rooms are named after Maxfield Parrish paintings and hence our name, the Parrish Place Bed and Breakfast.

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You have wonderful gift of hospitality! Thank you for sharing your beautiful home with us. The breakfast was great and we enjoyed our conversations with you. - John & Judy