Built in 1906, this historic inn stands like a graceful lady in a green dress, overlooking the rolling lawns and pine trees of Prescott. Vintage Victorian architecture with covered terraces and sunny rooms welcome visitors to this quiet retreat. Four uniquely designed guest rooms each include a private bath. An upstairs suite offers a private sitting room with wood-burning fireplace and huge picture windows, while a downstairs hideaway includes a private terrace. A full breakfast including home baked breads is the perfect start for a day open to exploring downtown Prescott, or a scenic drive to nearby Sedona.
What if "roughing it" in a high desert canyon meant rugged rocks by day and sumptuous comfort by night? At this resort, visitors experience the best of both worlds. Rustically appointed rooms include fireplaces and Jacuzzis; some have televisions and VCR's. The creek-side grounds are a scenic stretch for picnics and bird watching. If you want to see the view beyond the beaten trail, rent a Jeep from the resort and take your adventure off road.
US State Route 89A & Mile Marker 387 Sedona, AZ 86336
Spend a night beneath the desert stars and see Sedona from a cowboy's point of view. This is one of Northern Arizon's most popular camp sites, famous for its fishing, wading, hiking, wildlife and photographic appeal. Nestled in Oak Creek Canyon, 58 single camp sites offer fire rings, grills, and picnic tables. No pets, please. Come early, as these scenic spots sell out quickly, especially on fair-weather weekends.
Romeo and Juliet never experienced romance like this! Dive into any one of the Wishing Well's five luxurious guests suites and bathe in the ethereal red rock and sunset views from your picture window. Sink into a private indoor Jacuzzi tub for two, or soak up the starlight from the spa on your secluded redwood deck. All rooms include lovely gas fireplaces, central heating and cooling, private baths and private decks. Decadent details such as rocking chairs and colorful area rugs complete the scene where wishes 'do' come true!
Dreaming of a creek side cabin? Briar Patch Inn has the answer, with 17 cottages tucked along the banks of Oak Creek in beautiful Oak Creek Canyon. Dressed in rustic comfort, these cottages accessorize with Native American art. A crackling fireplace warms many visitors. Most cottages have one bedroom and sleep two to four people. The Heron, Eagle and Creekside each have two bedrooms, and the Ponderosa has three. Borrow a book from the on-location library and curl up in your own patch of sunlight on nine acres of ground, or call your hosts to arrange a therapeutic massage.
Either for business or for pleasure, the Comfort Inn Camp Verde is a most ideal place to stay while in Camp Verde. This Comfort Inn is just 27 miles north of Sedona, AZ with a host of other great attractions in between. Namely, the Sedona Red Rocks. A couple attractions and sights closer by is the Cliff Castle Casino, Montezuma Castle National Monument and the Verde Canyon Railroad. At the hotel itself, you can expect free breakfast that features warm waffles, a seasonal outdoor heated pool and Wi-Fi.
The stunning red rocks of Sedona, the prehistoric pueblos of Verde Valley, the piney peaks of Flagstaff-it's all within your reach from the quiet, cozy town of Cottonwood. This is a comfortable home base for your Northern Arizona adventure and reasonable rates make it an attractive alternative for many travelers. Choose a newly appointed Casita with private patio and refrigerator, or a standard guest room with king or queen bed. All accommodations include in-room coffee, color television with in-room movies, free local calls and a complimentary continental breakfast.
This charming homestead in scenic Prescott, is surrounded by more than scented pines and small-town ambiance-it's also wrapped in history. Over time, the countryside property has been a private ranch, an apple orchard and a small dairy. Today, four guest houses welcome travelers to 11 beautiful guest rooms. All rooms include queen or king size beds, private baths and air conditioning. Some include fireplaces and/or kitchenettes for added comfort. A gorgeous 1,300 square-foot chalet (the largest of four guest houses) is the perfect retreat for groups of 8 to 10 people. The chalet includes three bedrooms and a private deck with barbecue grill.
Snuggled on the quiet streets of a real American ghost town-once a mining town, now a sleepy tourist village. Experience unbelievable views of Verde Valley and Sedona's red rocks. Six lovingly restored Victorian-style themed guest rooms offer comfortable beds, some with private baths and wonderful views. The common area and patio are popular gathering places to watch the sun set over the valley, painting the skyline peaks with mysterious red shadows. Your hosts offer home baked cookies and cake at check-in and a full breakfast in the morning.
Vibrant colors, fresh flowers, hand painted Mexican tiles, lofty ceilings, rustic wood furnishings and breezy terraces weave a magical tapestry of Old Mexico at this bed and breakfast resort. This secluded inn is simply stunning, with Verde Valley and it's silver creek tumbling past the property. Romance comes alive in three beautiful suites, each with queen size beds, kiva fireplaces, private hot tubs and picture windows with scenic views. Some rooms have private sun-dappled patios. If you can tear yourself away from the luxury of your guest suite, you will find that historic Hohokam country is rich with outdoor adventure, from Montezuma's Castle to Sedona's Oak Creek Canyon.
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Snuggled on the quiet streets of a real American ghost
town once a mining town, now a sleepy tourist village. Experience unbelievable views of Verde Valley and Sedona's red rocks. Six lovingly restored Victorian style themed guest rooms offer ...