Arizona September 26, 2015
These 11 Awesome Cabins In Arizona Will Give You An Unforgettable Stay
Looking for a new overnight location that’s unique, welcoming, and comfortable? Why not try out a cabin? These rustic icons offer a glimpse into past rural life with modern amenities. Check out our list of lovely Arizona cabins below!
1. Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins, Flagstaff
If you need a view of the San Francisco Peaks and a whiff of fresh pine air first thing in the morning, be sure to check out these cabins. The inn is bordered by Coconino National Forest and is the perfect location for a personal retreat or a family bonding weekend. The Arizona Mountain Inn and Cabins are located at 4200 Lake Mary Road in Flagstaff.
2. Briar Patch Inn, Sedona
Seated a short distance from Oak Creek, this location has 19 little cabins for a quiet retreat into the woods. One of the best ways they help you to connect with nature is through engaging the senses. Enjoy breakfast or a massage along the creek; there’s no better background music than nature’s own. The cabins for Briar Patch Inn are located at 3190 North State Route 89A near Sedona.
3. Cabins on Strawberry Hill, Strawberry
For an experience along the Mogollon Rim, you will want to look into these cabins in Strawberry. If you have kids or pets, this is a great location that provides welcoming accommodations for both. The Cabins on Strawberry Hill are located at 5306 North Highway 87 in Strawberry.
4. The Canyon Wren Cabins, Sedona
Okay, we've mentioned this place before in another article but the accommodations are that good! It's a lovely, quiet location that's perfect for getting back in touch with nature and reconnecting with a loved one. The Canyon Wren Cabins is located at 6425 North State Route 89A in Sedona.
5. Garland’s Oak Creek Lodge, Sedona
A former homestead from the early twentieth century, this luxurious location offers not only charming cabins and stunning red rock views but it also focuses on creating a serene environment for its guests. All media devices one would typically expect in a hotel room are gone and so that instead you can focus on relaxing from your busy life. Garland’s Oak Creek Lodge is located at 8067 North State Route 89A in Sedona.
6. Juniper Well Ranch, Skull Valley
Although the town’s name summons an image of barren landscapes, the cabins at this ranch are located near beautiful Granite Mountain. This place makes a wonderful retreat to experience central Arizona’s rural area near Prescott. Juniper Well Ranch is located at 10080 West Tough Country Trail in Skull Valley.
7. Katie’s Cozy Cabins, Tombstone
While visiting Tombstone’s historic Allen Street, you may want to include a stay here, which is located a short distance from the OK Corral. Imagine waking up and walking out into an Old West dream. The cabins are located at 16 West Allen Street in Tombstone.
8. Ramsey Canyon Cabins, Hereford
If you fancy a stay in southern Arizona, check out these cabins in the Huachuca Mountains. You can stay in one of the two cabins here, which each have their own theme and is a quaint area to watch southern Arizona wildlife. The Ramsey Canyon Cabins are located at 76 Ramsey Canyon Road in Hereford.
9. The Ranch at South Fork, Greer
You'll find several cabins that are great resting areas from a long fishing day. The cabins are settled in the White Mountains and make a great retreat from everyday life. The Ranch at South Fork is located at 93 Country Road 4036 in Greer.
10. Whispering Pines Resort, Pinetop
For a weekend getaway into the White Mountains, check out these cabins which are beautiful inside and out. With more than a couple dozen cabins scattered on the property, you can choose from a range of different sizes to fit your budget and family needs. Whispering Pines Resort is located at 237 East White Mountain Boulevard in Pinetop.
11. Wooden Nickel Cabins, Payson
Sitting right below the Mogollon Rim are these 6 cabins that are wonderful stays when you're looking for a retreat in the woods. You can find Wooden Nickel Cabins at 1022 South Hunter Creek Drive outside of Payson.
Which of these Arizona cabins intrigues you the most? Let us know in the comments!