Grace's Secret Garden B&B
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Historical Traveler Reviews Grace's Secret Garden B&B Sedona
I just returned from Sedona, and I can truly say that my stay at Grace's Secret Garden made my trip very special. My room was very comfortable and had every amenity that I could have wanted. Grace provided a delicious and plentiful breakfast every morning, as well as great hiking and sightseeing suggestions. The views from the house are gorgeous. I highly recommend Grace's Secret Garden.
A Special Place That Should Be No Secret!
Every morning is a Polish Christmas at Grace's breakfast table!
Tom & Coleen
Perfect & Peaceful
After a hectic work week, Grace's Secret Garden was perfect! Grace is an amazing hostess! Grace's place is off the main drag, so every view is breathtaking. The room was clean and cozy, the food was delicious and the company was fantastic! The only problem was that I was only there for two days. I live on the East Coast, but cannot wait to get back there!
A very special place with good feelings that stay with you.
Grace's Secret Garden is by far the most amazing B&B in Sedona. We did not want to leave. Grace's hospitality comes from the heart. As soon as you arrive you can feel the good energy. Her breakfast is so delightful, and she makes sure you have plenty to start your day. All natural and homemade. We feel very lucky to have met her and to have experienced a weekend on her beautiful ranch. Grace's is truly a warm person. We feel like we've made a new friend in Sedona. We will be staying at Grace's again in July and can't wait.
Tom and Nataly
Grace's Secret Garden is Wonderful and Warm
My daughter and I were so lucky to find this gem. We arrived after a beautiful drive through the snowy mountains from The Grand Canyon. We were in awe of the Red Rocks and were very excited that we had such a wonderful view of them from the front yard and common rooms.
Grace is a gracious hostess. She spent a long time telling us what activities would fit in the timeframe that we had in Sedonna. She suggested wonderful restaurants in the area.
Our suite was just off the secret garden, I cannot wait until we can return so that I can actually spend some time relaxing in the garden. My daughter would love to return with her girl scout troop to hike and camp. Another treat for my daughter was feeding the horses.
The hike she suggested was perfect. We met one of the other couples that was staying at the B&B on the trail which added to the atmosphere.
Grace was willing to feed us in shifts which was great for us. We wanted to sleep later than some other guests who had more on their agenda. The homemade food was wonderful and abundant. The aromas of cookies,bread and other goodies added such a homey touch. The table was beautiful and the family setting was a great bonus. We were able to share our adventures and learn local history at the shared breakfast table.
I am so glad my original lodging was not available, so that we could enjoy the luxury, serenity and fabulous breakfast that is available at Grace's Secret Garden.
A truly relaxing retreat
If you want a vacation retreat that makes you feel so comfortable and welcome, Grace is the gold standard.
The day begins with a breakfast that sustains you throughout the day, and is scrumptious to boot.
We spent our days enjoying everything Arizona has to offer--and looked forward to returning home each night to a warm and welcoming retreat.
We have never had a better vacation experience.
Grace's Secret Garden's B&B, Sedona, AZ
We were pleasantly surprised and enjoyed our time in Sedona thanks impart to Grace. She was the most gracious hostess that we have ever stayed with. Her website drew us in because of it's beauty and uniqueness. When we arrived on April 21 we were greeted like we were family. She had cold drinks and goodies waiting for us. Our room accomodations were that of a 5 star hotel. Everything was neat, clean and smelled fabulous! She was very helpful telling us about local attractions and delicious restaurants. My husband became ill during our brief visit and Grace stayed up with us until he was feeling better. Our breakfast was so delicious we asked for the recipes and she had them printed out in color. We felt like we were visiting a relative or in our own home. We would recommend this B&B to anyone visiting the Sedona area. Grace's is 6 miles out of town, quiet, beautifully landscaped, and has the most scenic views in all Sedona right from her yard and windows of the bedrooms. We treated our friends who live in Phoenix and they had a wonderful time. We would all go back in a heartbeat. Thank you, Grace for making our trip to Arizona memorable.
So relaxing and beautiful
We had such a lovely time at Grace's. She served the most divine breakfasts, easily catering to our vegetarian preferences. The location had fantastic sunsets and peaceful atmosphere. It was truly a pleasureable place to relax. thanks Grace.
Aaron and Danielle
Our recent visit to Grace's Secret Garden was just awesome. Her warm personality and excellent breakfasts were a highlight of our trip. The location was great for us because it was quiet and relaxing, but still close to all the attractions, and it has a great view. An overall rating of her Bed and Breakfast would simply be "awesome".
I absolutely love this place!!!
I felt like being home. Grace spoil us with the best breakfast in the world.
We wake up in the morning and in front of our room we were seeing "The Courthouse butte"... what a wonderful and peaceful view to start your day,
it was so magical.
We're coming back!!!
Thanks Grace :)
TripAdvisor Reviews Grace's Secret Garden B&B Sedona
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