Pine Victorian Bed and Breakfast

Address: 6160 West Bradshaw Dr., Pine, Arizona, 85544, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 6160 West Bradshaw Dr., Pine, is near Montezuma Well National Monument and Fossil Creek Llama Ranch.
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      Visiting the Past

      A travel blog entry by betsyandkris on Oct 03, 2014

      8 photos

      ... day for my lifetime.

      Now I had made a mistake yesterday in thinking that we actually drove through Red Rock Country as we followed 89A outside of Sedona. I found out when I pulled out a map that Red Rock Scenic Byway is actually to the south of Sedona. So to get back to the cabin we went up 179 which ends in Sedona and then we just followed our exact route as the day before. The Red Rock Scenic Byway didn't ...

      Montezuma Well

      A travel blog entry by jgonda on May 12, 2014

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      A limestone sink formed ages ago but still fed by continuously flowing underground springs. The Sinagua Indians irrigated crops with its waters. A cool little oasis in the desert. Water is undrinkable because of the high concentration of carbon dioxide gas but a few species of aquatic life have managed to survive here. A nice "quickie" visit here on your way to ...

      Wind again??

      A travel blog entry by psandefur on Apr 22, 2014

      4 comments, 29 photos

      ... to do some browsing in the historic section.

      No one knows why this Cliff dwelling home is called Montezuma as he had nothing to do with the discovery. This excavation was done around the same time as all the others, in the 1930's. They have a 1/3 mile walkway at the base but you can't get any closer. This group of people were part of the Tuzigoot people that we visited yesterday. It is truly amazing that they built 5 levels of homes in the limestone ...

      The vacation continues... YES!!!

      A travel blog entry by bugsy.4271 on Jul 11, 2013

      28 photos

      ... plus most importantly I got COFFEE!! I decided it was still fairly early in the day so I decided to take the short trip(to me anyway) up to see Montezuma castle. Can you believe this was built some 700 years ago into the side of a cliff? It reminds me of the Pueblos I have read and seen pictures about. It was quite stunning and worth the 5 dollar entry fee. Then on to the Montezuma well. Here is a fresh water ...

      Three days, two grandkids, one great adventure

      A travel blog entry by travelingma on Apr 08, 2013

      10 photos

      ... a single to two room "suites". It is definitely an owner operated place, which means pretty much any time you go to the office, you have to ring the bell outside so someone will come let you in. They advertise a continental breakfast, but don't get excited. It is store bought pastries, one day had cereal (the other none), and coffee (one day also had juice drinks). But the people were nice, although not likely to gab. The rooms were very clean and pretty good size. ...