Desert Rose Bed And Breakfast

Address: 4190 E Bridle Path Road, Cottonwood, Arizona, 86326, United States | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 4190 E Bridle Path Road, Cottonwood, is near Tuzigoot National Monument, Dead Horse Ranch State Park, Verde Santa Fe Golf Course, and Page Springs Valley.
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    Travel Blogs from Cottonwood

    Montezuma and the Wild West

    A travel blog entry by tan14 on Jan 10, 2015

    15 photos

    The next leg of our trip had us heading south to a small town called Cottonwood where we stayed for two nights. The drive there had some interesting small towns that we passed through including Valle which has a Flintstones Bedrock City that you can visit. It was looking a tad run down and there was a for sale sign on it so maybe if any one of you is looking for something different to do this could be your chance. We continued through Flagstaff and up into ...

    Now at Sedona

    A travel blog entry by sk010564 on May 15, 2014

    20 photos

    Words can't explain how nice this place is. We are staying at Oak Creek Canyon and the view from our patio is amazing, overlooking the creek and canyons. Humming birds in the flowers and bright sunshine, outstanding. Went for a walk round Coconino national park, beautiful. Had a lovely barbecue outside the room last night, Steve doing his Chefs ...

    Covered in snow to washed by sun

    A travel blog entry by david.pierce on Dec 04, 2013

    14 photos

    ... the northwest and was in full beam by the time I returned to the Charger. I learned that these trails are normally heavily used by both hikers and mountain bikers but the weather kept most folks away. I only saw one older couple (twice) and a mountain biker. Just how I like it!

    I strung together four different trails for a total hike of around 9 miles which I did in just under 4 hours. I was pretty beat though as this was my fourth straight day ...

    A visit to spiritual cowboy-land

    A travel blog entry by michael_darlene on Sep 25, 2013

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... waiting. It was Larry, saying they had been running errands in the same town an hour earlier. I couldn’t call back for lack of a signal. It was like this all day as we traveled through the Navajo Indian Nation. We called with sporadic success in Kayenta, Tuba City and Cameron. Some calls went through only to be dropped in the middle of a call. We camped in the Coconino National Forest just off US 89 and we have not ...

    Last post till we get home tomorrow

    A travel blog entry by elysa.w2013 on Sep 07, 2013

    1 comment

    ... the camper so I don't have to do so much in the heat. Just alot to unload.
    This trip has been so much fun. We learned how to snag the Reds in the month of resurrection creek in Seward. How to catch the silvers at Valdez. Just wish Charlie,Sharon,Mike and Janet were with us. It's such a fun time that everyone should take the time and go! So if anyone has any questions about the trip let me know. We will be glad to share what we know.