Creekside Inn at Sedona

Address: 99 Copper Cliffs Drive, Sedona, Arizona, 86336, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 99 Copper Cliffs Drive, Sedona, is near Pink Jeep Tours, Northern Light Balloon Expeditions, Snoopy Rock, and Yavapai Observation Station.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Creekside Inn at Sedona

    Very charming and quaint

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    My husband and I were heartbroken when we had to leave the Creekside Inn after one night because they were booked and we had made late reservations between the holidays in December. We are originally from Switzerland and felt at home with the great wine and cheese, breakfast and the beautiful creek - there was even snow and the crackling fireplace in our room made it very cozy and romantic.

    We had our wedding there!

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    What a beautiful place this is! We couldn't have asked for a more beautiful or intimate setting to say our vows to each other. We had 80 guests and there was plenty of room (outdoors, of course) for the ceremony and reception. It was positively gorgeous. It's a great place for weddings too, since it's very centrally located and easy for other Sedona guests to get to (we hired a trolley for the day!) and doesn't feel at all "touristy." Breakfasts were great and the company of our hosts was charming. The rooms were comfortable and well-appointed to say the very least. Every detail is attended to - right down to a basket of snacks and great big cozy white robes. Loved it! (These elements were especially important for a bride who was locked in her room til 3pm for fear of her seeing her groom.)

    One little note for anyone looking to book a wedding there, though: you have to bring in all of your own services including catering, rentals, etc. It's a little more labor intensive than one of those "just add water" weddings - but you get the opportunity to make it into exactly what you want that way. Highly recommended - but not for the lazier or fainter of heart. Would be much easier for a small, low key weddings.

    Creekside Inn Is The Best!!

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    We have celebrated our wedding anniversary for the past three years at the Creekside Inn. Mark & Tammy treat you like good friends. The breakfasts are delicious. The rooms are tastefully decorated and comfortable. The grounds are lovely and being by the creek makes for fun walks. All in all, a great place!

    Very Romantic Location

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    We spent our first New Years Eve in the Creekview Suite. The room was more than we were expecting. bedroom was huge, along with the bathroom and huge jetted bathtub. The scenerey outside the room and private patio was onto the creek and surrounding grounds. Just Beautiful. And the most important thing we look for is a comfy bed. Five Stars to this place on bed comfort.

    The inn is tucked down by the creek but still very close to town that you do not even remember you are that close to everything.

    Morning breakfast was a perfect meal, with pancakes and fresh strawberries, juice, toast and coffee.

    We highly recommend Creekside Inn to anyone. You wont go wrong with your first time visit, anniversary celebration or romantic getaway to Sedona - any time of the year.

    A Red Rock Fantasy Getaway

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    My husband and I visited the Creekside Inn in April. We loved the hospitality, the breakfast was delicious, the surroundings were peaceful and picturesque, and we would certainly recommend staying there again the next time we are in Sedona.

    Wonderful Room & Scenary

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    I got the room for me & my boyfriend for our 5 year anniversary. But, last minute my boyfriend had to work. So I couldn't pass it up. My mom decided to go with me and it was great. We had a great time and the breakfast Tammy made was wonderful. This is a great, quiet and beautiful B&B!

    Very quiet and relaxing

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    Very nice property on the Oak Creek. Rooms were decorated in Victorian fashion which was very interesting. We were there during the week and it was very quiet. The innkeepers were busy organizing a fund raising event for the victims of Katrina but they did not neglect us at all. We wish we could have stayed to attend the event because it sounded like it would be much fun for a good cause. Our room had a nice patio that we enjoyed as well as the public areas. They have a beautiful porch off the back of the house that leads down to the creek. It is also centrally located. We walked to dinner at the Hillside Grill and walked home under a beautiful moonlit sky. It is close to Talaquepaque shopping area which easily could be walked during the day. Our breakfasts were unique and beautifully prepared. Overall this B&B was a wonderful experience.

    The best place to stay in Sedona

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    For our 10th anniversary, my husband and I stayed at the Creekside Inn. This was by far the most romantic and relaxing getaway. We booked the Massage package, includes 2 night stay and a 1-1/2 hour massage for two. Upon arrival, our host was accommodating and gracious. We stayed in the Garden Suite. Huge king bed and a private patio and entrance. The room was beautiful. Every morning we had the most delicious breakfast served on china. The massage by Heart of Healing was the best massage we ever had, and the best part is, the massage was in our room! Thank goodness, since we were literally in a daze for a couple hours after. We felt like jello. If you ever get a chance, stay here on your next romantic trip to Sedona.

    Perfect inn(sept.2004)

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    This is one of the nicest , friendliest places my husband and I have ever had the pleasure to stay in. We stayed , both on our way to and from Grand Canyon and would LOVE to stay there again. Mark and Tammy are great at giving advice on places to go and things to see. Breakfast is a delight,served in a beautiful seated area from which you can view the hummingbirds having their breakfast. Mark and Tammy provide goodies for their guests to feed the biggest.hungriest ducks in the creek at the bottom of their garden. We stayed in the Garden Suite,one of the nicest rooms i have had the pleasure to rest my weary head. Definitely *****

    Dina and David Willis,Belfast,Northern Ireland.

    Beautiful inn, fantastic setting, very romantic!

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    We can't speak highly enough about this place. Gorgeous location with nearly private balconies overlooking lovely creek. The red rocks of Sedona creating beautiful vistas. Rooms are immaculate and lovely--each has its own theme. And you don't want to miss the scrumptious breakfasts. Really romantic and the perfect spot to celebrate our second honeymoon! --John & Leslie Cooper

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