The Canyon Wren - Cabins for Two
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Canyon Wren - Cabins for Two Sedona
Canyon Wren is a step above the others
I can't say enough about this beautiful place. Tucked away against the mountains in Oak Creek these cabins offer so much. You can spend the day hiking nearby and then coming back and cooking on your own grill while gazing out at the stars. The owners are what really make this place special. They are wonderful people who are great fun to talk to and can recommend many great things to do in the area. I wouldn't stay anywhere else if I was visiting Sedona or Oak Creek.
A little piece of Heaven on Earth
We recenlty took a vacation out to the Southwest. We went to Vegas, Grand Canyon and then on to Sedona. I found these wonderful looking cabins on the Internet and decided to book them because of the charm. Well we got more than we expected.The cabins were wonderfully warm and cozy. Fully equipped kitchen, jacuzzi tub, fireplace and a magnificant view. The grounds have such a spiritual feeling about them. I could have sat in the hammick all day long and watch the Humming Birds. They have birds feeders all around the yard and you can sit at your kitchen table and watch the birds out side your window. What a wonderful feeling. I'm hooked.Mike and Milena are the owners of the Cabins and are great people. They couldn't have been nicer. It wouldn't be right if I didn't mention Mike's BROWNIES and the wonderful muffins they provided daily. WOW!!!!! We looked forward to breakfast every morning because you never new what they baked. No matter what they baked, from Cinnamon rolls dripping in icing or Whole apples back in their own crust they were awesome (I miss them).I would stongley recommend this little piece of heaven to anyone looking to reconnect with their significant other (there is not phone or T.V.) and simplier times.Thank you Mike and Milena for providing this wonderful place on earth. I can't wait to come back.
Canyon Wren offers Sedona perfection
We stayed at Canyon Wren for the first time last year for our anniversary. When we arrived, Mike and Milena, our hosts, greeted us like family and showed us to our beautiful cabin. We had booked it for the double Jacuzzi tub and the fireplace, a romantic getaway. We didn't expect the champagne, the chocolate, the special "Happy Anniversary" note they left us. Nor did we expect the scrumptious breakfast pastries every morning, nor the decadent homemade treats left for us each evening in our cabin. The beauty of Sedona was made that much more special by our stay at Canyon Wren. A week after we got home, we booked another stay for the spring. The second visit, this time in the cozy Honeysuckle cabin, was like coming home and seeing Mike and Milena again felt like a family reunion. A visit to Sedona just wouldn't be the same for us if it didn't include staying at the Canyon Wren. Its secluded, quiet beauty away from the bustle of downtown is the perfect way to experience Sedona.
I have visited the Canyon Wren cabins many many times over the years.
And while I there are a multitude of choices in the Sedona/Oak Creek Canyon area this quaint secluded get away is by far the best. I guess that's why my wife and I always return. One of the big reasons I love this property is Mike and Milena always make us feel like family. They remember little things about us as people and always try address any special needs. Each cabin is well appointed from the fire places to the Jaquzzi large tubs. If you are the least bit romantic these cabins and the other aminities will bring out the Don Juan in almost every man.
Mike and Milena are both out doorsy types so the advice about hikes and mountain bike rides and other adventures are from personal experiences and therefore reliable. If you want to have a peaceful get-away and explore new pleasures with you mate The Canyon Wren Cabins is where you should spend your next holiday. Terry Lyons
I just had some clients stay at Canyon Wren Cabins in Sedona AZ for their 18th anniversary and loved it! Milena and Mike were wonderful to work with in the planning and treat their customers (from travel agents to couples actually staying at the Cabins) with top notch professionalism while being personable and hospitable. I would recommend this property to anyone. To travel agents out there - you never have to worry that your clients won't be taken care of! Thanks Milena and Mike - for sharing your true care for your guests and those out there to help give them good service.
The perfect place to stay!
I have stayed at Canyon Wren several times, and loved every minute! I travel alone and I'm handicapped, so the Honeymoon Cabin is just right for me. Milena and Mike do all they can to make the stay perfect! I am planning an Arizona vacation in the Spring, and I will surely consider Cabin Wren for my Base of Operations.
A Great Getaway
We have spent a week or so at the Wild Rose chalet cabin at Canyon Wren for the past three consecutive summers, and we find it to be totally rejuvenating. We love the intimacy in the midst of such natural splendor. The hosts and other guests provide a pleasant camaraderie at what we believe is the best continental breakfast around and all outdoors on the patio surrounded by singing birds and the mind-boggling scenery of Oak Creek Canyon. Every day gets off to a great start followed by the exploration of the various wonders of the Sedona area, about which Milena and Mike provide helpful and detailed information based on their own extensive experience in the area. When we get back to reality after our stay at Canyon Wren, we immediately start thinking of how long it will be until we can go back again.Vicki and Jim Graham
Warm and Inviting
My husband and I have been repeat guests at the Canyon Wren Cabins for nearly eight years now. Not only are the cabins so completely warm and inviting so are your hosts/owners Mike and Milena. They are two of the most hospitable and down to earth people you'll ever meet! The property itself has so many personal quaint cozy touches to it inside and out.
You'll love all of their beautifully maintained flowers and garden areas with benches, hammocks and ponds. Inside the cabins themselves you'll never find them anything less than impeccably cleaned and well maintained. Also not to be forgotten, the warm hearted and thoughtful decorative touches by Milena throughout the cabins. Forget your diets and splurge! Their baked goodies are amazing too.
Peace and Beauty Abounds at Canyen Wren in Oak Creek Canyon
The time we spent at the Canyon Wren in Oak Creek Canyon just outside of Sedona was wonderful. As you first come on to the property you are surrounded by a lush atmosphere of flowers, ponds, fountains, humming birds, trees, etc. The property is extremely well groomed and inviting to hang out in one of the many hammocks or lawn swings.Once inside our two story "home" we found everything to be just as incredibly taken care of. Spotless yet comfy and cosey. Our hosts were so acomodating, helping us figure out where to hike, eat, and just chat over the homemade breakfast goodies and coffee.Many thanks to Mike and Milena for a wonderful stay at the Canyon Wren Cabins.
The True Song of Sedona
This idyllic romantic setting, in the heart of Oak Creek Canyon, sang to our souls with the melody of the breathtaking red rock cliffs nestled among the majestic ponderosa pines truely enhanced the wonderful Sedona experience. The gracious hospitality of the warm and knowledgable hosts magnified the enjoyment and serenity of our stay.
Cool nights by the fire lent themselves to a sensous romantic experience. Where memories are surely made! We come back again and again. Thanks Mike and Milena for the getaway of a lifetime. Fresh baked muffins and cookies to die for! Great knowledge of fantastic hikes, shopping, tours, and resturants. The total Sedona Experience!
Nancy & Johnn from Florida
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