Canyon Villa Bed and Breakfast Inn of Sedona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Concierge desk
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Historical Traveler Reviews Canyon Villa Bed and Breakfast Inn of Sedona
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Peg and Les are great hosts and this B & B has to be one of the best!
If your planning a trip to Sedona this is the place to stay. We look forward to returning to the Canyon Villa Inn
Canyon vlla of sedona is like staying at a five star hotel
canyon villa of sedona is like staying at a five star hotel,the service, the food ,and the rooms were amazing.
A warm and welcoming stay
My husband and I visited Sedona in October. Our first 3 nights we stayed at the Lodge at Sedona (details in separate review), then planned to explore northern Arizona (Grand Canyon and beyond), but because of unexpected cold and rainy weather, we decided to stay in Sedona after staying at Grand Canyon for one day. Fortunately, we were able to call Canyon Villa, spoke with innkeeper and owner Les, who was able to offer us a room 2 nights, at reduced rate for booking on the day of arrival. The Inn is beautiful, spacious, warm and inviting from the minute we stepped in. There's a fireplace in the center of a large room with comfy sofas on one side and grand dining tables on the other. There is a separate library with internet access and a bulletin board posting local events, menus galore of local restaurants, and lots of fun books. We stayed at the Manzanita room, and it was just what we needed -- a most comfortable bed with the softest sheets! The rooms were also amazingly soundproof -- even though the inn was full, we never heard anyone else come and go, not even showers or toilets. And the Bell Rock view from our french doors is exactly like what is on their web site. The evening turn down service (chocolate on pillow) made us feel especially pampered. Having fresh ice water in a thermos is another nice touch.
The staff at the inn were all very warm and friendly. They seem genuinely interested in our well-being, and also had great suggestions on how to spend our time. The food is wonderful and there is plenty! Easy for vegetarians to omit any meat portions too. Large gourmet breakfasts kept us energized for hiking way past lunch. Evening appetizers were generous and one of the nicest spreads we have seen. Enough to skip a formal dinner, because an hour later, they put out coffee and dessert!
Sedona is an amazing place, and staying at the Canyon Villa made seeing it so easy. There were hiking trails within walking distance. Even though technically this Inn is outside of Sedona in the Village of Oak Creek, it is very convenient to shopping and dining, and easy drive to many sights. By not staying in Sedona, we also saved on the higher room tax that Sedona (12.325%) has, but Village of Oak Creek does not have (6.325%). We will definitely return!
Wonderful B&B with terrific views!
We typically stay in B&B's and must say, Canyon Villa is the nicest B&B we have ever had the pleasure to stay at. After 5 nights at Canyon Villa, we're absolutely spoiled. Wonderful hosts, gorgeous views, delicious breakfasts, tasty evening hors d'oeuvres, ultra clean and well kept, free use of a PC with internet to keep tabs on home, the list goes on and on. Oh - did we mention the cinnamon rolls at every breakfast? We're already looking forward to a return trip to Sedona and Canyon Villa.
A View of Bell Rock from your Bed
We could not have asked for a better experience for our first trip to Sedona. When I booked the room, I told them we would be arriving late, having come from the Grand Canyon train ride. They told me to keep our blinds open so that the first thing we would see upon awakening would be the red rocks. They were right - the first thing we saw when we opened our eyes was Bell Rock! The villa is beautiful - the spacious and comfortable room, the balcony overlooking the red rocks, the pool area, the living room. The hosts welcomed us upon our arrival, showed us around, and invited us to use their computer to check our email. The next morning, they served a gourmet breakfast - do not miss the cinnamon roll!! Our only regret was that we only stayed for one night. Our next stop was the Four Seasons in Scottsdale, and I have to say that the Canyon Villa, with its luxury and service, rivals the Four Seasons. This is the best B&B we have ever visited.
Words cannot express how much we enjoyed our stay at Canyon Villa. The views were spectacular, the room was very romantic and the breakfasts are to die for!! The hosts were very accommodating and felt like old friends. We are excited at the opportunity to return to the lovely Villa and wouldn't stay anywhere else when visting Sedona.
You won't regret your stay
This a nice and causy B&B, warm, and the view on the red rock is just amazing. We have tried 3 rooms in 4 nights. Our favorite is the Spanish bayonate...the view on the morning is "whoua"!.
The bredfast is delicious, but we just it a continental (cafe and toast). The best was on the evenening, you can bring your bottle of win, and get a drink in front of a beautifull fire plice. Great time, thanks to Canyon Villa owners.
Beautiful Inn. From the moment we arrived, it felt like coming home. The views are incredible. Our room (Octillo) was simply lovely. Breakfast is a work of art. Presentation is excellent. Taste is just plain delicious. Highly recommend. A truly beautiful Inn to explore Sedona from. First Class all the way. Inn Keepers should be congratulated on doing such a wonderful job.
The beauty of this location is surpassed only by the friendliness of the hosts. We were treated like royalty in a fantasyland setting! Our room was fabulous; the views of the Red Rocks were gorgeous; the breakfasts and afternoon "teas" were delicious.
Wonderful place to stay!
From the moment we arrived and saw the spectacular view of Bell Rock rising above the Inn, we were blown away. We were promptly greeted and given a tour of the Inn. Our room (Evening Primrose) was beautiful....fine linens, nice furnishings, immaculately clean and with a breathtaking view of Bell Rock from our french door and wall of windows! We also enjoyed our own little patio complete with rose garden. And from it, we followed a path to the beautiful pool area complete with outdoor fireplace. The Innkeeper, Les and his staff were very helpful and personable. Les had an outdoor fire for us in the evening which was so pleasant while enjoying the magnificent evening Sedona sky. The afternoon hourderves were to die for along with the evening snack, tea and coffee (they also provided complimentary sodas).
The breakfast was delicious...a three course affair! We enjoyed sitting at the dining table while looking out at Courthouse Butte. The only thing that upset us was that we couldn't stay longer. I highly recommend this Inn to anyone looking for a very nice place to stay.
We'll definitely be back!
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