Accommodation September 03, 2017
Treat Yourself To A Peaceful Retreat At One Of These 9 Arizona Inns
If you’re feeling the stress of modern life, why not request a couple days off from work, pack your bags, and get ready for a relaxing stay out of town? Check out these fantastic little inns where you can unwind and rejuvenate before heading back to the daily grind.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
1. Aravaipa Farms Orchard and Inn, Winkelman
This inn sits in a secluded 46-acre spot of the San Pedro River Valley, making it the perfect spot to enjoy peaceful sleep. Spend some time walking through the fruit orchards, watching wildlife, and turning in for the night in a room with a rustic feel.
89395 East Aravaipa Road, Winkelman
2. The Big Blue House, Tucson
Located in a quiet neighborhood just a ten minute walk from downtown Tucson, this little inn offers a relaxing atmosphere with comfy rooms under the historic roof. Enjoy a homecooked breakfast in the backyard cottage and reading a book at sunset on the porch.
144 East University Boulevard, Tucson
3. Briar Patch Inn, Sedona
Enjoy the babbling Oak Creek and the stunning views of Sedona’s red rock buttes when you book a stay at this little bed and breakfast. You’ll have 19 rooms to choose from, each offering cozy accommodations and beautiful views.
3190 State Route 89A, Sedona
4. Casa de San Pedro Bed & Breakfast, Hereford
If you’ve never had the chance to escape into this area of the state, I encourage you to do so, especially in the spring and fall months. The weather is beautiful, the environment quiet, and you’ll find yourself loving the proximity life in the desert. This bed and breakfast offers a relaxing stay in a hacienda-style home where you can also spot 355 species of birds throughout the year!
3 Harshaw Creek Road, Patagonia
5. Now let’s look at some Air BnB stays! This lovely place offers a guest house in Sedona for those looking for a zen retreat.
Enjoy the red rocks, fresh air, and peaceful surroundings at this small guest house right in the heart of Sedona’s natural beauty. If the number of tourists in town is a bit much, you can find the opportunity to relax while sitting by the koi pond or enjoying the afternoon on the porch swing.
6. Or, for all you artists and artists at heart, try spending a few nights at this Tucson poet studio.
If your idea of relaxation involves settling down with your laptop, notebook, or typewriter, then you’ll love a stay at this little casita. The minimalist décor coupled with a relaxing atmosphere means you’ll have plenty of time to finish up the first draft of your next short story.
7. Enjoy the fresh mountain air when staying in this A-frame cabin in Flagstaff.
Who wouldn’t want to enjoy a quiet stay in the mountains, surrounded by trees and with the perfect view of the San Francisco Peaks? You’ll get all of that when you book a stay at this rustic cabin, which offers a cozy stay where you can unwind after hiking one of the many trails in the area.
8. Enjoy sweeping mountain views in this beautiful desert casita in Tucson.
This casita offers some spectacular views, which are enjoyable any time of day but we know you’ll love especially during sunset hours. The small guesthouse offers comfortable accommodations along with a chance to spot wildlife from the charming property.
9. Watch a slower pace of life take place at this Sedona ranch.
How does a weekend of lounging in a rocking chair on a ranch, watching the sun set against red rock buttes sound? This casita is located in a perfectly secluded area with plenty of pretty views and a wonderfully cozy room.
How incredible did those places look? Where do you like to escape to when you need some peace and quiet?
If your ideal retreat involves heading out into nature, you will love reading
15 Of The Most Serene Places In Arizona To Unwind After A Crazy Week.