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... one of which was an Elvis film that neither of us had heard of) but a lot of other more famous ones too (you’ll have to Google them though – no time to be writing out the list right now! :-) ).
As time was ticking and we wanted to make Flagstaff before the evening we left Sedona and hit the road arriving at our campsite, Woody Mountain campsite, just in time to have dinner, some wine and hit the hay for the ...
... it came to the base of one of the crater sides up close. We continued up the road and then ran into the second half of the park which is the Wupatka National Monument. If felt like we were in another area as we went from 7000 ft to 4200 and when we got to the Wukoki Pueblo you were so far down in the valley you couldn't even see the mountains. Not only were we in the valley but you could see part of the Painted Desert that we had seen back when we were in Holbrook, it ...
... the corner was always busy - but it has a young and vibrant population and a love of craft beer, with decent running and a mission to connect up existing trails to make a 43 mile loop round the edge. After a nap in the afternoon to make up for having had little sleep on the train, I went for a run, finding it tough but not as bad, nowhere near, as Ethiopia. It gets my vote for lifestyle and training, for ...
... drive away so we flagged it. Instead we headed into downtown Flagstaff which is full of old heritage buildings. We had a great pizza for lunch at Fratellis and walked it off through the streets which were mainly filled with bars, restaurants and outdoorsy shops. Celyn had said if he could find a pair of orange snowboard bindings for $100 or less he would buy them and what do you know he did and he did!! In Lake Havasu I bought a little slow cooker thinking ...
We finally arrived in Flagstaff at about 7 pm. This town is significantly larger than the others in Navajo country and is significantly cooler, owing to its elevation in the San Francisco Mountains. Our hotel, The Little America, is equal parts "The Shining" and mountain-retreat old grandeur. We quickly ate dinner and turned in to our respective forest-overlook rooms, readying ourselves for the next day's descent into the Grand Canyon...
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Now, read this review knowing that I usually disagree with people on Tripadvisor... I find what most people think is fabulous, I think is just OK- but here is what I thought of our trip in June of the Inn at 410 in Flagstaff. I am picky.. I have taken to not staying anywhere if there is a marginal review from Trip Advisor because I find those will probably be my thoughts which is why we chose this spot... But here's my impression.
Beautiful and charming
WeI had a wonderful stay at the Inn. The rooms are absolutely delightful and beautifully decorated. The staff was incredibly helpful and warm, yet discreet when necessary. The food was delicious. My new fiancee proposed to me during our weekend stay at the Inn, and I can't think of anywhere better to have that memory. We thank everyone at the Inn, and we will certainly be back again...
My husband and I do enjoy our getaways to bed and breakfast locations and our experience at the Inn at 410 was one of the nicest.
I'm not a BnB person, but I had a really great stay at the Inn at 410. First of all, the breakfast is so great - really fresh, good food, enough so that I skipped lunch both days that I was there.
We have stayed in many B&Bs in many cities and I can definitely say this is the best we have ever been in. Each of the rooms (we looked at almost all of them) is wonderfully furnished and is so comfortable to be in to relax. None of the staff members acts like an "employee"; they are happy to provide whatever you ask and will go out of their way to do so. The breakfasts (we were there for three nights) are gourmet and they are different and unique each day; if you are hungry they are happy to provide seconds. They are also very up on the area and will give you great tips on where to go and how to get there. An example is a trip to the Grand Canyon: Most people have to wait in line for an hour or more on an average day but we were given directions to the east entrance and we got there at 11:30 a.m. and there was no line. When we left at 4:45 p.m. out of the main entrance we saw a 1/4-mile line during the "slow" period. They also have a large garden area with many tables and chairs for you to relax, read a book, sip some wine, and enjoy the visiting hummingbirds. Bottom line is that if you can find anything better let me know!!
Plwasnat place near the railroad
The inn is small, immaculate, charming. The staff was helpful in making reservations for a massage and for dinner.
The breakfasts are skimpy especially since many people come to the town for active vacations.
Flagstaff has two grade level railroad crossings four blocks away, and freight trains go through very fifteen minutes day and night. Shutting the windows and turning on the air conditioning let me sleep, but the noise might be a problem in the winter with no air conditioning sound to mask it.
Inn at 410 is beautiful, the service is impeccable, and every room is different and delightful to look at, but we did encounter some problems. Our bed was as hard as a rock (and we're used to a firm mattress!) and made sleep difficult, and, while the chairs in the room were very cute, they certainly weren't comfortable - we ended up sitting on the bed. Breakfast was beautifully served but uncommonly small portions - so small we wondered if they had not planned for as many guests and had to cut down serving size to accommodate everyone (even my husband, an extremely light eater, commented on how little there was for breakfast). Overall, this inn is above average and we might well stay there again, but not in the same suite. I do want to add, however, that the manager told us they were talking about getting new mattresses, so others might not encounter the problem we did.
What a great B&B!!!
What a great B&B. Big rooms. Extremely clean. Beds as comfortable as the Ritz Carlton. Big fireplace. Great area. We walked to numerous restaurants in the snow. Real Christmas feel for someone from Southern Cal.
The owner Gordon was great. (Former Ritz Carlton Employee) Gave my wife discount tickets to the Snow Bowl to go snowboarding. Awesome breakfast in the morning.
My wife and I are use to staying at the Ritz, Westin or Hyatt. This was by far the most comfortable. You won't be disappointed. Each room has a different theme but are very classy. It also doesnt have the "Old Grandma Feel" that some of the B&Bs have. I saw other places we thought of staying before booking here.....thank goodness we didn't. This place is by far the best in Flagstaff.
We stayed here last October and are planning to go back this Christmas. Beautiful rooms, thankfully not in the 'European style' most places boasted. Hot apple cider and cookies welcomed us on our very late arrival and breakfast of pancakes and fruit was just what we needed after a long drive the night before.
Absolutely delightful property within walking distance to downtown. My fiance and I loved the room we were given (we were upgraded), and the wonderful staff that helped fill all of our needs. A beautiful b and b in a quirky, fun town that is too often overlooked.