B&B @ Saddlerock Ranch

Address: 255 Rockridge Dr., Sedona, Arizona, 86336, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 255 Rockridge Dr., Sedona, is near Bell Rock, Tlaquepaque, Sedona Golf Resort, and Sedona OffRoad Center.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Grove View Barn Ross-on-Wye

    Nicest B&B We Have Ever Stayed At

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    My husband and I enjoyed a truly delightful stay at the lovely Saddlerock Ranch. We slept so well and enjoyed the company of our hosts, Brad and Fran, and that of the other guests. B&B's are a such a warm and friendly alternative to hotels and Saddlerock was the nicest we have ever stayed at. We had a comforting sense of "coming home" at the end of each day.

    Our hosts cooked delicious breakfasts for us. We particularly liked the artichoke frittata and the oatmeal cookies. We enjoyed their dinner suggestions as well. Altogether, Fran and Brad do a superior job.

    A Great Place to Just BE

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    A Sedona historical landmark, Saddlerock Ranch B&B is an ideal getaway--clean, comfortable, quiet--all the ingredients for a romantic time. While Sedona offers much in the way of sightseeing, you can see all the red rock beauty your eyes can imbibe from the deck above the pool. All that and a gracious hostess who has lived in Sedona for many years and can direct you to all the activities and restaurants. In short, Saddlerock Ranch B&B is a beautiful place. I look forward to staying there again.

    Romancing the stone

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    We just returned from a lovely trip to Sedona and Saddlerock Ranch Bed and Breakfast. My husband and I chose the Honeymoon cottage and appreciated the privacy it afforded and the ability to be in control of the heating and cooling of our room. The view from the BnB itself was one of the best in the city and from our room almost the same view right from our comfortable King size bed. We enjoyed the in room fireplace stoked each evening for us, as well.

    The owner Fran Bruno, was a gracious host and provided top notch full breakfast each morning. Fran also gave great recommendations and/or reservations for sightseeing, shopping, spas and dining. And who can forget those dessert plate size oatmeal cookies!!

    We will come back again!

    Sedona's Best Kept Secret

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    We enjoyed our stay at the bed and breakfast. We truly felt at home with the wonderful hospitality. We enjoyed visiting with Fran and Brad. They are wonderful and definitely enjoy what they are doing. They were very accomodating and know the area well. Their dogs Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid are adorable. We had a wonderful time relaxing by the woodburning fireplace. The breakfast is great and so aren't the cookies!!! Wish we could have stayed longer. Definitely will return and recommend it to others. We have stayed at other bed and breakfasts, especially in Sedona. They do not compare to this. They have the best service, the best view, and the best innkeeper. Actually the best of everything!!! We highly recommend this to any of the viewers.

    Spectacular views

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    The views and hospitality at the Saddlerock Ranch B&B are equally outstanding. Fran and Brad are gracious hosts. Their knowledge of things to do around Sedona and nature information was terrific. My wife and I enjoyed the great breakfasts, trail cookies and warm wood fires. The views of the sunset off the deck are something my wife and I will remember for years to come. The trail to the Vortex right out the back door was our favorite hike in Sedona. We'll definitely be back and I will recommend Saddlerock Ranch B&B to all of my friends.

    Bill and Freda

    Incredible Red Rock Views

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    This hidden paradise in the residential hills of Sedona, Arizona, provides breathtaking views from every angle of this charming Bed and Breakfast at SaddleRock Ranch. The owner, Fran Bruno, is a wonderfully welcoming woman who starts your day off perfectly with an incredibly tasty breakfast, while you enjoy the most picturesque view of the famous Red Rocks of Sedona. The B&B is just a few minutes from the cute town of Sedona with all of the attractions and restraunts. In the backyard is a nice trail that can lead you directly to the Airport Road Vortex and sunset viewing spot, as well as to gorgeous trails with amazing views of the entire valley area. This is a hidden paradise in Sedona that I highly recommend for anyone wanting a memorable getaway. I will definately return in the near future.

    Sublime in Sedona

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    We lucked out finding this wonderful B&B in a guide book and calling to book a room while driving from the Grand Canyon. The views from SR Inn are breathtaking. The innkeeper called a private resort for us to eat and view the sun setting on the Red Rocks for which Sedona is famous. However, Saddle Rock Inn 's view is difficult to beat. Our breakfast was delicious and the portions werevery generous. Our cabin was comfortable,private and equipped with everything. We would go back in a heartbeat and have already told friends of ours who live in AZ about where to stay the next time they plan a trip to Sedona.

    Beautiful stay!!!

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    This was a beatiful place to stay in Sedona! The views are fantastic, the location is great, and the rooms are wonderful. THe bed was also very comfortable. I would reccommend this to everyone. Fran, the owner, was also very accommodating and sweet.

    Fabulous stay

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    What an absolute jem! Unbeatable views from the main room, breakfast and pool area. However, the best part of the entire place is the innkeeper who genuinely cared about us - from the moment we made our reservation, to the hugs we got upon checking out. Fran made dinner reservations even requesting specific tables, packed up homemade cookies for our daytime outings, and made sure we were always hydrated! Breakfasts were delightful and imaginative. Stayed in the Rose Garden Room which had a great huge bed. With only 2 other suites in the b&b, we never felt crowded, enjoying our breakfast interactions with the other guests ,and yet essentially feeling like we had the entire place to ourselves for the one day that we stayed in, playing billiards and relaxing by the pool. Hiking trails right out the backyard led up to the airport mesa. Would definitely go back!

    A Great Find!

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    Having researched many places to stay in Sedona, I wanted to find the right one. I wanted to have my family stay in a unique, historic inn to really give us a memorable experience, and Saddlerock Ranch did this perfectly.

    As the Saddlerock web site and Frommer's will tell you, the views alone are worth the stay. In fact, it was hard to want to go to sleep and not stare in wonder at the fantastic scene from the bedroom picture window.

    Accommodations were wonderfully comfortable and roomy, the common areas (billiard room, living room, pool) were lovely and well kept, and the entire place is full of character and historic interest. Hostess Fran Bruno has a wealth of informative material on hand to assist with questions about the area. She is great fun, very welcoming, and provides a fabulous gourmet breakfast each morning.

    For people who enjoy the personal touch of bed and breakfasts, this is the place to stay in Sedona.

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