Historic and Charming Rooms for Rent on a Private Retreat in Alpine, ArizonaAlpine, Arizona (United States of America)
Historic and Charming Rooms for Rent on a Private Retreat in Alpine, Arizona
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These rooms for rent are located on a private retreat in Alpine, Arizona, and set on the second and third floor of the main lodge. Each of them come well-appointed with cozy linens, private bathrooms, and beautiful antique furnishings.
They offer a shared lobby perfect for gathering with family and friends or for those looking to mingle with other guests on site. This lobby comes set with a fireplace, a vending machine, plush leather seating, and even a piano! In the morning, guests can make a fresh pot of coffee, which is also offered in the lobby for guests to use at their convenience. The private rooms on this shared floor are unique and elegantly decorated.
Please read below for individual descriptions of each of these rental rooms.
This room can sleep up to two guests and has been praised as the ultimate honeymoon suite. It was named after an Apache Indian Chief and comes with a romantic interior perfect for two. Inside boasts cozy carpeting, a king-size bed with a vintage bed post and a sitting area with an exceptional view of the nature that surrounds this property.
This rental room is smaller in size and was named after the former Arizona Governor Bruce Babbitt. It is a lovely, cozy one bedroom accommodation, which provides a full-size bed and a private bathroom. It offers carpeted flooring, plush pillows, and a warm quilted comforter.
Named after the Spanish explorer of the Coronado Trail, this private rental is perfect for one to two guests. It comes with a full-size bed, a carpeted floor, a lamp, and a bedside table. This room also boasts comfortable linens and pillows, a private bathroom, and windows with impressive meadow views.
This rental room is one of the larger rentals on the second floor and has been named after the original permit holder and founder of this retreat. One of the most popular rooms, it can sleep up to two guests and comes with a charming dark cherry wood bed post, as well as matching wood furnishings and plenty of additional space. Guests will enjoy a large vanity dresser, cozy carpeting, and a private bathroom with a bathtub and a shower. It can be rented out with the Greenlee Room, which is set alongside and offers a shared door. This room also has a view of the meadow.
This room can sleep up to two guests and has been named after Mason Greenlee, a historic figure and popular settler, in which Greenlee County was named after. This grand rental can be conjoined with the Cosper Room and comes with lovely decor. It is elegantly appointed with a king-size bed, an immaculate bed post, and a sitting chair. There is also a private bathroom with a bathtub and a shower.
This room is perfect for kids and can sleep up to two guests.Offering two twin beds, it was named after Mrs. George Hill, the 1930's founder of the restaurant on site. It comes decorated with lovely antique furnishings and is located on the third floor. Guests will enjoy having a private bathroom, two wide windows, and quilted comforters which accompany the vintage white bed posts set behind each bed.
This rental room is also located on the third floor. It can sleep up to four guests and has been named after the former Arizona Governor W.P. Hunt, who stayed at this property in 1926. It is a slightly smaller room compared to the king-size rooms; however, it offers elegant decor, one queen-size bed, and one full bed. Guests will also enjoy the patchwork quilted comforters and a private bathroom.
The hosts provide comfort and luxury with stunning modern amenities and facilities, such as an on-site restaurant in the lodge, however, a rustic old-world charm is maintained throughout the getaway, with no cell service or televisions, for a truly unique outdoor experience. Guests can, however, stay connected with the Wi-Fi on the property. Glampers are welcome to take advantage of the lodge lobbies and sitting areas where they will find open fireplaces and wood burning stoves. All the log cabins are heated for comfort and warmth during winter, and each cabin features an equipped kitchen.
There is a restaurant located on the site which is open from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, seven days a week. Guests can enjoy the breakfast buffet, which is served from 8:00 am to 10:00 am. Glampers will also have lunch from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm and dinner from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Lastly, there is a 'Cowboy Cook Out' which takes place every Saturday from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm from Memorial day weekend to Labor day weekend. Dinner reservations are highly recommended for larger groups.
- 1 Double bed
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
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Check-in: 02:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
For longer stays, a discount is available for guests who inquire.
Smoking is not permitted in the cabins or in the lodge. Ashtrays can be provided for guests to smoke outside.
ATV's are allowed on the property; however, for liability reasons and the safety of other guests, they are staying not allowed to be ridden on the property, at any time.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Alpine, Arizona (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Horseback riding
Located in the Bush Valley of Arizona, this property offers a plethora of jaw-dropping wildlife and unlimited outdoor activities. Head to the Blue Vista Scenic Overlook and take in the views at an elevation of 4,000 feet above the valleys below. Here, guests can see the immaculate Mogollon Rim, as well as views of the Blue Range and other mountain peaks. Glampers can also head to the nearby Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, a paradise of nature in all seasons. This forest is home to over 400 species of fish and big game including elk, deer, antelope, and bear.
Along with sightseeing the natural wonders of this region, guests can also explore the surrounding area on horseback, go fishing at the Blue Fish Hatchery or, for the adventurous types, go mountain biking. Additionally, guests can take advantage of plenty of winter activities such as cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and winter hiking. Kids can go sledding right on the property and families can enjoy the convenience of having plenty of snow trails right out their front door! The trails on the site are free of charge and, at an elevation of 9100 feet, offer fresh snow and one of the longest winter seasons in the state!