Rural Getaway Adjacent to the Prescott National Forest in Clarkdale, ArizonaClarksdale, Arizona (United States)
Rural Getaway Adjacent to the Prescott National Forest in Clarkdale, Arizona
This rural weekend getaway is nestled in the Coconino National Forest in Clarkdale, Arizona, and can accommodate two guests. There is one bedroom with a queen-size bed, beautiful decor and carpets, and a private bathroom. There is a door leading out to a small patio with a shared grass lawn.
In the communal living room, guests will find a sofa, fireplace, board games, and books. The fully-equipped kitchen comes with a stove, a refrigerator, an oven, toaster, and coffeemaker. Guests can enjoy the Wi-Fi throughout.
Outside, there is a communal patio. The property's private hot tub is perfect for relaxing and taking in the peace and quiet of the wonderful views overlooking Mescal Canyon and the foothills of Mingus Mountain.
The bed and breakfast offers guests mini splits in each room for efficient air conditioning and heating while both rooms have access to the hot tub terrace and hot tub. This terrace is private with a wood-burning fireplace and a wonderful view of the national forest and Mingus Mountain. It is the best place on the property for star gazing.
There is a new studio communal building, located adjacent to the rooms. This is a community room with a full kitchen and an eating and relaxing area. It is a hand-built stone building with a fireplace and flagstone patio with a view up Mescal Canyon. This new building allows guests to prepare their own lunches and dinners. It gives the guests the opportunity to relax and unwind without leaving the property.
Guests are served delicious organic breakfasts each morning of their stay. The hosts provide organic coffee and teas, veggies and herbs from the garden, and serve eggs from our their own chickens.
- 1 Queen-size bed
- 1 Double bed
- 1 Twin/Single bed
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Air conditioning
- Sauna/Steam room
- Shared Kitchen
We have closed the hot tub. We are renting only one room at a time so no conflict with sharing the common room , the Canyon Studio. We have a 5 night minimum because of the enhanced cleaning routines and the need for 24 hours between guests. We are using a UV Lamp to sanitize each space.
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Check-in: 02:00 PM
Check out: 12:00 PM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Some spaces are shared
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Clarksdale, Arizona (United States)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Wine tasting
- Wildlife watching
- Safari/Game drive
- Jeep tours
Nearby, foothill trails are easily accessible with Sedona Red Rock Country just a 20-minute trip from the accommodation. Being in a secluded region, it's fantastic to explore the best of the trails and historic sites in Clarkdale.
Jerome is a nearby historic village situated on the side of a mountain, which started as a mining village. The town now has 500 residents and has become a tourist hotspot. The former mansion is now a museum detailing the history of Jerome and the mining industry. A great place to stop for lunch is the picnic area on the hill, which provides stunning views of the Verde Valley.
A unique way to explore the Verde Canyon is via the old railroad, a train ride that goes through the southwest of Arizona's backcountry. Guests can sit and observe the red rock canyon on a four-hour excursion, a running commentary is also provided by trained staff. Passages throughout the canyon also include passing through a 680-foot tunnel. Food is also provided along with narration accompanied by classic and popular railroad music.
Guests can take a trip to Old Town Cottonwood, full of little, unique shops that sell handmade objects and fresh jars of organic foods. The little town also has an array of wine tasting rooms and is a great place to stop for a bite to eat in the local restaurants. Guests should explore the jail trail towards the end of town and follow the hike that leads to the Cottonwood River.