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The perfect place to relax, unwind, and find refuge from the stress of everyday. 27 breathtaking acres nestled in the heart of the Oak Creek Canyon. Our charming 1-3 bedroom cabins have kitchens and fireplaces. A delicious continental-style breakfast basket is delivered to the cabin each morning.
Sycamore Springs Guest House is located on a private ranch on lower Oak Creek. Trail’s End and the Storybook suites with soundproofing between, offer a retreat with ponds, green lawns, and large trees. Sealy Posturpedic King beds, full kitchen and bath. Air conditioning. The Spa Cabin available.
4 wonderful cabins with fireplaces, whirlpool baths, kitchens, patios & gas grills. Superb Oak Creek Canyon location! Specialize in romantic getaways for 2 or quiet singles retreat. Continental breakfast plus, no TVs, phones, or internet. Friendly personalized service. Total non-smoking property.
Sedona’s red rock adventure resort directly bordering Coconino Ntl. Forest w/9 A-Frame chalets and 5 suites each w/ kitchen, breathtaking red rock views, Pool, Jacuzzi, a private gate leading to trailheads, fire ring, grills, recreational retreat & concierge services.
Seventeen cabins on 10 acres in Oak Creek Canyon, most with wood burning fireplaces, others with porches overlooking the creek, gourmet DINNERS and hearty BREAKFASTS INCLUDED. Stroll through our organic orchards and gardens. Great hikes, yoga, massage, facials, and tennis. “…the most scenic spot to spend a night in AZ…the food is every bit as impressive as the landscape.” Robert Stieve, editor, AZ Highways, May 2008.
Briar Patch Inn consists of 9 acres nestled along the lush banks of Oak Creek. Featuring 19 individual cabins with Southwest furnishings & Native American art, private patios, wood burning fireplaces and kitchens. A homemade breakfast is enjoyed creek side in the summer with live Chamber musicians. A nature lover’s paradise! “So private and sequestered is this little constellation of cottages that it feels like a secret, all the more delicious for being unraveled in stages.” Arizona Highways