Welcome Time to sit back, relax and breathe in the magical energy and spectacular scenery of Sedona. Whether you are looking for a vacation with your family, a getaway with friends or a retreat space for your group, you'll feel at home the moment you arrive. We welcome the opportunity to help create your ideal vacation or retreat. We are nestled in the majestic red rocks near Sedona's shops, restaurants and beautiful hiking trails. This fully furnished private home and guest house is decorated in Southwestern décor and sleeps 8-10. We are in Uptown Sedona, ithe ideal accommodation for those seeking a peaceful and quiet stay with easy access to lots of amenities. The master House and the Guest House can be booked together or. Please see below.
Sedona AZ: Nestled amongst dramatic crimson towers of sandstone, Sedona, Arizona provides a stunning sanctuary for outdoor adventures and secluded retreats. Sedona's natural beauty is evident in its compelling surroundings, but Sedona's beauty is more than skin deep. Rich with diverse cultural events, spiritual energy, cozy bed and breakfasts, world-class resorts and spas, golf with unparalleled views, eclectic art galleries and exquisite cuisine, it is no wonder that Sedona, Arizona draws nearly 4 millions tourists each year. We are near Sedona but out side the city limits.
Sedona Geography: Situated at the base of Mogollon Rim, a geologically dominating structure of limestone, mudstone and sandstone, Sedona is engulfed by extraordinary monoliths resembling distinctive objects that bear their name. There's Cathedral Rock, Coffee Pot, Bell and Snoopy to name a few. Coffee Pot Rock marks the tallest point in Sedona at 5600 feet, although the town itself is elevated at 4500 feet. Sedona's high desert climate is generally mild year round. The average high is just under 75 degrees Fahrenheit, and the average low is 45. It is this mild four-season environment that draws visitors year-round to Sedona.
Getting to Sedona from Phoenix: Travel to Sedona is easy via a scenic 90 minute drive from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport that serves all major airlines. Or visitors can hop a small plane into Flagstaff's Pulliam Airport which accepts private commuter planes and is situated about 30 minutes away. Sedona also has an airport perched atop a scenic mesa with incomparable views open to smaller private planes. However, getting to Sedona is half the fun and the short drive from Phoenix is well worth the trip. As you come around the bend in the road and spot your first glimpse of the extraordinary Red Rocks your jaw will drop and you'll know why such a small town can make such a big impression.