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Historical Traveler Reviews Legacies Bed and Breakfast Williams
Most romantic place to stay at on your Honeymoon!
I's been 6 months since we spent our honeymoon at Legacies B&B but we still haven't forgotten our friendly hosts Ron&Linda and the luxurious accomodation. I'd searched hundreds of website for a romantic & elegant room, I could't find anything nearly as luxurious as Legacies suite.
Our wedding took place in Sedona and we travelled more than an our at night just to celebrate our honeymoon at this special place. It was like a dream come true, the Legacies suite is so perfectly designed and elegant that I felt like a real princess!
It Doesn't Get Any Better Than This!
We got married at the Grand Canyon on New Year s Eve and stayed at Legacies for three nights. It was nothing short of heaven! The accommodations are elegant and luxurious, the place is immaculate, the amenities are top-drawer, the gourmet breakfasts are delicious, but what really makes this B&B truly exceptional are the hosts. Ron and Linda allow you all the privacy you want, but are available when you need directions, conversation, or company. All the rooms are lovely, but the Legacies Suite is pampering at its best. It just doesn t get any better than this! We highly recommend a visit here if you re visiting the Grand Canyon or for a romantic get-away.
A Wonderful Place To Stay
We chose this B & B solely on the reviews of this website. Thankfully everything that was said turned out to be true, it is a wonderful place to stay. All rooms are beautifully decorated but we were glad we paid the extra for the Legacies Suite. Whilst being luxurious it is so tastefully decorated that you immediately feel at home. Linda and Ron are the most welcoming hosts whilst still respecting your privacy. Our morning chat around the breakfast table was a delight and gave us a feel of the real America.
It had been almost two months now since my wife and I spent two days early Sept in Grand Canyon, and of course in Legacies B&B. I come back here to write this review simply because we had wonderful time during those days. As the hosts lived in the area where we are living now for many many years, we had many topics and experience to share. The Hawaiian room we stayed is so beautifully decorated that reminded us of the tour a few years ago in Hawaii. What a great stay!
Legacies bed and breakfast
this is a very nice b&b. we felt very welcome in there home. we were in arizona for 2 weeks and its nice to find a place you can find thats home away from home. i would highly recommend this stop if your going to the grand canyon for a few days or if you just need a nice getaway, great for a anniversary or honeymoon too.
Legacies Suite is a Five-Star location in America's Hometown
My wife and I spent our six-year anniversary with Ron and Linda this year, and a finer anniversary has not been seen! We had many seemingly overpowering difficulties with other areas of our trip; however, every contact with Ron and his bed and breakfast was the pinnacle of elegance, relaxation, and enjoyment. Let me repeat that: every contact with him at his location exceeded our expectations.
We not only welcomed the opportunity to share our memories with others, but also wished to give away a little known secret in Williams, AZ at the finest lodging we've ever stayed in.
Thanks again, Ron and Linda, and we'll see you soon!
Eloquent and Charming
Linda and Ron were very gracious hosts. Their bed and breakfast is a must see. It is immaculate and the suite is romantic and would make a great honeymoon suite. Loved the shower built for two, the lighted hot tub with candles and the king sized poster bed adorned with white sheers. The room is white, pristine and a place to fall in love all over again. Breakfast was delicious too. Would definitely visit again.
Wonderful, Peaceful Getaway
This was our first B&B experience, and all others will have a hard time living up to the standards set by this relaxing property! After a day of activities and crowds at the Grand Canyon, this is truly a luxurious oasis in an area where one normal thinks of campgrounds and "roughing it" on vacation! From the Egyptian cotton towels to the aroma of the custom coffee blend in the morning...every detail is covered. The owners are warm, gracious and an excellent source of valuable information for exploring the area. Be sure and check out the back patio in the late afternoon. Between the pines and the hummingbirds you can't help but relax. A stay at the Legacies will def. be a highlight of your trip! Wendy & Lawrence B.
Fabulous Getaway at the South Rim
This was a fabulous place to relax! The owners are the perfect hosts, providing to your every whim while allowing you privacy or conversation depending upon your desires. The home is spacious, luxurious, and spotlessly clean. There are no pets or children to interrupt your privacy.
Ask for the Legacies Suite, a very large room with and elevated king bed and a spectacular bathroom with deep Jacuzzi tub and separate dual jet shower. Huge, soft white plush robes are also provided in the rooms.
This inn is over 5,000 sq. ft and provides three bedrooms for guests with two separate living areas. The hosts stay at the opposite end of the home allowing for quiet, relaxing space for their guests.
We highly recommend the Legacies Bed & Breakfast!
John and Debbie
Beautifull home and great hospiltality made for a very enjoyable stay in Williams.
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Travel Blogs from Williams
... Although itbwas all a little pricy, it was not the commercialised tourist tat being sold in the many trading posts. I felt the need to buy something small as a token of appreciation to their culture. The jewellery was expensive, but I was drawn to a little silver arrowhead design with turquoise stone in the middle, a sign of positivity she said. This piece had been made by a local Indian; Orlando Chatter of the Navajo Tribe. Signing their quiets book we left and continued ...
... Dean focused trinkets. However with essentially everything one could imagine that typified 1970s America, coke bottles, old school muscle cars, diners and so much more, this was a very enjoyable morning. We are both in agreement that firstly the Grand Canyon edges all other national parks and Abbie's first view of the canyon was simply incredible. Reveling in the nostalgia of returning the the park after first visiting eight years ago (we think?), Josh led Abbie with her eyes closed ...
... About 5 minutes after getting our main course I felt a couple of large drops of rain - then came the deluge - it was a soggy and rushed dinner!
The best part of the evening was when we returned to the RV and realised the sky-lights had been open - so two soggy sets of bedding were draped around various parts of the van; we then had had sleep on and under whatever dry sheets and towels we could find - not a great end to the day!
... old pretty quick unless you have a shitload of money and love spending it on naked women, gambling, drugs and alcohol.
From Vegas, we hopped on Route 66 at Kingman, and drove around 200 miles of some of the best remains of Route 66 between Kingman and flagstaff.
It is a very cool drive. I would love to do the entire trip one day from Chicago back to the east coast. Along the way you can really get a feel for Americas love for ...
... 1965 that the site was finally recognised as a meteor crater, with many in the scientific community dismissing that possibility. I spent a significant portion of the early afternoon just drinking in the spectacle. Rejoining Route 66, the road diverges from the interstate at Winona. If Bobby Troup had written his Get your kicks song today he wouldn't have put the line Don't forget Winona. There is not much of Winona left now. The road ...