Inn at 410 Bed and Breakfast

Address: 410 N. Leroux, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 410 N. Leroux, Flagstaff, is near Historic Downtown and Railroad District, The WineLoft, Artist's Gallery, and Flagstaff Playhouse.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Inn at 410 Bed and Breakfast Flagstaff

    Fine...

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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.

    FABULOUS innkeepers- just very nice people, super helpful and accomodating.

    Garden is super, main house is terrific... although ask about the specifics of the room you are getting, we noticed the 'Tea Room' opened right onto the main sitting room.

    We stayed in the Suite Nature suite with our kids- a downstairs suite and could hear the people walking above us. But we were SO grateful to find a two bedroom set up that was not an 'Inns Suite' or Franchise type place so we sucked up for the 235.00 a night. Well, the very loud air conditioning was in the kids room, our room only had a ceiling fan so we had to keep the door between the rooms open to keep it cool enough for us (not really what we hoped for having a 2 room suite). Although, you NEED the air conditioning on to cover up the train noise which is 4 blocks away and comes through town about every 15 minutes. There was a restaurant with outdoor seating directly out the front door of the suite behind a fence- a bit noisy at night and prevented being able to leave the windows open to cool the 'parent' room or sitting on the 'private' patio at night.

    Our room was not made up for us each night. Who wants to make their own bed on vacation?

    Bathroom towels were small- water pressure low in shower.

    Breakfast was great- super service and had cold cereal for the kids, which was great.

    No cable TV- and no tv at all in the adjoining room. The one tv was tiny but would accomodate DVDs and VCR tapes but we ended up getting 'kid' videos from the lobby because there was only one tv- The 'Twig/Wicker sofa and chair' were not very comfortable to sit.

    No clock in the adjoining room and my kids said the beds were rock hard and they didn't sleep well leaving them cranky during the day.

    We didn't see any of the other rooms except peeked into the 'Tea Room' because the doors were open- It was decorated more nicely than ours- The decorating in our suite- I would say was a bit cheesy (fake birds in nests... silk greenery, moose wallpaper trim)- and I expected a bit nicer accomodation for the price we paid.

    The journal in the room was bursting with complements about the room so for most families it's probably just fine or better than fine- and if you are used to your family of four sharing a Holiday Inn room then this would definitely be a treat.

    We did enjoy the grounds, breakfast and the innkeepers... SUPER convenient location for walking to downtown and easy parking which is a definite plus.

    I felt it was overpriced for the accomodations.

    Thank you for your review and I apologize for your unpleasant experience with us.

    While I can see from your other reviews that you are a pretty picky person, I wish you had spoken with me while you were here, so I could make amends. In the future, I hope you speak with management during or at the end of your stay when we can do something about it. We do know that you left your "Do Not Disturb" sign out while you and your family went out for the day, therefore, you received no housekeeping over your two night stay.

    We have made a lot of improvements to Suite Nature over the past summer, new bed, new photography (originals, one is in AZ state governor's office), new furniture and double paned glass throughout. We now have televisions/DVD players in both rooms.

    As to Tea Room, we have never had a complaint about noise in this room, the door and its padding are over 4 inches thick. Guests love it. The Inn at 410 has received many awards and great reviews from the industry as well as our guests.

    As to train noise, we are located five blocks from the train and we have double paned windows and privacy shades in every room. Yes, there are over 100 trains that come through Flagstaff per day and the City Council has plans to eliminate the train horns over the next year.

    I would like to offer you a gift certificate for a return use in the full amount of your stay if you would like to call me at the Inn.

    All my best,

    Gordon Watkins

    Owner

    Beautiful and charming

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    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...

    Cozy and Comfortable

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    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.

    From the outside, it looks like any other older bilding but once you step in, you are transported to a world of the early 1900s. The house is about a 100 years old and since we arrived early (and the early check in was no problem), I had a chance to look at all the rooms...they were all lovely! I would love to stay in all of them. We stayed in the Southwest which is a cozy 2 room suite with a jacuzzi tub and the room decor was very cozy and very comfy and private. I highly recomment it for a special weekend.

    They had evening refreshments, all freshly made and very delicious which were pretty much available all evening to keep snacking. They are located a few blocks from downtown Flagstaff which makes a very comfortable evening stroll. We met the owners who were very nice in suggesting places to visit around Flagstaff as well as a restaurant for dinner, which was indeed very nice! They have the cutest little dog, Ginger!

    Breakfast, the next morning, was lovely and we also got to meet all the other guests staying at the inn. We were sorry to leave but had a wonderful stay! Thankyou!

    A lovely place

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    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.

    I found the staff really pleasant and unobtrusive - esp since I spent most of my stay in my room, recovering from a bad cold.

    The video library is a plus, since there's no TV. But they have hundreds of movies to loan out to you for free. They also have wireless internet free for guests, as well as a computer downstairs for checking email, etc.

    I stayed in "Canyon Memories", which was a very nice, simple room, with a gas fireplace (like all rooms) and a very decent bathroom. Overall, I had a good experience and would go back - although it helped, I think, that I went in low season and got the room for $100. Also there were hardly any other guests there, so I didn't feel cramped or strange - mostly I just felt like I was crashing at a friends house (or a friend's parent's house) for a few days, being taken excellent care of by a full staff. Not a bad time, at all.

    Best B&B in the world

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    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

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    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.

    Highs and Lows

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    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!!!

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    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.

    Perfect

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    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.

    Wonderful Place

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    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.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Inn at 410 Bed and Breakfast Flagstaff

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