Flagstaff hosts a wealth of historic and cultural sites including the Museum of Northern Arizona, Sunset Crater and Wupatki National Monument to name a few. It is a wonderful place to explore the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. The elevation is 7,000 feet with the winters being cold and the summers moderate.
Jeanette’s Bed & Breakfast sits at the base of Mt. Elden and is true to its 1920’s Victorian inspiration with its12 foot ceilings, 6 foot windows with tasseled shades, claw footed tubs and oak plank floors. Guests might discover a pair of vintage ladies gloves, shoes and a hat when pulling open the armoire since Jeanette’s passion is vintage clothing. The four rooms are named after Jeanette’s and her husbands grand mothers. The address to this wonderful B&B is 3380 East Lockett Road in Flagstaff. The telephone number is 1-800-752-1912.
The Sled Dog Inn is a rustic B&B with the main attraction being the outdoors. The Inn is surrounded by lots of pine trees. The Inn’s decor is one of natural wood lodge pole furniture and natural fibers. Their unique feature is the kennel of Siberian Huskies. They offer lessons in dog sledding during the winter months. Guided tours of mountain biking, day hikes and ski tours are offered. Their location is at 10155 Mountainair Road in Flagstaff. They can be reached at 1-800-754-0664. Web-site: www.sleddoginn.com.
The Inn at 410 is located on a street lined with trees only a couple blocks from Flagstaff’s historic downtown. The Craftsman style bungalow was actually a fraternity house until the property was purchased in 1993 and converted into one of the most well-known B&B’s in the area. Each room is decorated in a specific theme. In the Southwest room there is a kiva, cozy fireplace and bleached log bed. The Monet’s Garden room is decorated in floral print fabrics and also has a patio garden. The Sonoran Serenade room has a wrought iron bed that is draped with Spanish lace as well as a Mexican tiled fireplace. Many of the tiled murals on the fireplace have been painted by some of Flagstaff’s finest artists. The landscaping and sitting gardens are serene and gorgeous. There is a flagstone outdoor fireplace. The telephone is shared in the main lobby. Fireplaces are in eight of the nine guest rooms. Each room does come with a jetted tub. Four of the rooms come with a private entrance. The address is 410 North Leroux in Flagstaff. Their telephone number is 1-800-774-2008. Web-site: www.inn410.com.