Winner of the 2016 Utah Heritage Award for outstanding historic preservation, Browning House is a classic Arts and Crafts-period mansion restored to its 1911 elegance, located within the Eccles National Historic District which is the site of more than a dozen historic homes built during Ogden's Hey day at the turn of the twentieth century. With rich hardwoods, stained glass and painted murals, this glorious house was originally built by the family of famed firearms inventor John Browning. Superb craftsmanship inspired by the Arts and Crafts Movement is brimming throughout. Browning House features almost 6,000 square feet of indoor space and another 2,500 square feet of outdoor patios and decks, complete with a lush waterfall and Koi pond. The house features six spacious bedrooms and 3.5 baths, a chef’s kitchen (designed and built by Milton Berlin the famed chef at the Bigelow Hotel) with all modern appliances, formal dining, and a separate breakfast nook. We have a gentlemen's game room with billards and a childrens game room in the basement below with Ping pong and other games. For ultimate relaxation, enjoy our steam room and private hot-tub, or relax on our outdoor covered deck. Or maybe you just want to enjoy the game on the 64-inch flat screen. Browning Mansion is ideal for ski vacations, Weddings, family reunions or any special occasions.
Browning Mansion is situated on almost one-half acre with lush flowers, trees and gardens. There is plenty of room for outdoor yard games, or a patio party for up to 150 guests. There is off-street parking for up to seven vehicles and near by parking at city and state parking lots within 1/2 blocks walk.
Browning House is more than a house. It is an unforgettable experience in historic charm, elegance and comfort, all wrapped in a blanket of historic authenticity. $300/night (ask us about discounted rates for says of 14 days or more).