Sedona Cathedral Hideaway
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Spoiled in sedona
To Whom It May Concern,
My husband and I stayed at this lovely B&B for our 2nd wedding anniversary. It was absolutely extraordinary. We were welcomed with open arms and felt right at home the 1st day. The accomodations are clean -- jacuzzi tub, very comfy bed, views from our bedroom were breathtaking. Their breakfasts really spoiled my husband and I may have to ask for some of their recipes for breakfasts at home. I also enjoyed a fabulous facial and purchased spa products from Kathy's own signature line. I also had the best R&R vacation ever. Larry and Kathy were great hosts and I would recommend this location for anyone wanting to get spoiled in Sedona... Thank you Kathy and Larry for a great anniversary trip. We will definitely be back as soon as we can...
We stayed here for 5 days the second week of May in the Evergreen Room, and like the others, can only give this place a huge thumbs up! The house was even more beautiful in person than just seeing it in pictures, and the backdrop of Cathedral Rock was even more amazing, right in your backyard. All the amenities you can ask for are provided, or can be provided upon request. Kathy and Larry are great hosts, and as friendly as everyone says :) The breakfasts were awesome, we ate like royalties there. We highly recommend the french toast and the blueberry pancakes. And Larry's homemade ice cream...yum.
You can't go wrong renting either rooms, both give you plenty of space and privacy. We also recommend arranging massages thru them. Both Tia and Henry were great!
If you're looking for a romantic getaway, a serene retreat, an intimate downtime, or just a private getaway without the tourists, and some great food, this is the place to go. Check out their website online.
The Perfect B&B!!
Sedona is a beautiful place to get married and what made our visit perfect was our choice to stay at The Sedona Cathedral Hideaway. Kathy and Larry know how to run a top notch bed and breakfast. Staying at Cathedral Hideaway was like going to visit good friends. The house is simply beautiful, nestled in a quiet corner of Sedona's Red Rock's. The B&B is a perfect balance of luxury and the outdoors. You can hike nearby trails to Cathedral Rock, or simply enjoy the landscape spread out before you from the property. We stayed in the "Safari Room." It is a beautiful room with everything you would need for a comfortable vacation. The first thing you notice in the room is the commanding view of Cathedral Rock outside the big picture window. The room is VERY spacious with a comfortable sitting area where you can gaze out on the rugged landscape of Sedona. The bed is a large comfortable Sleep Number bed. The bathroom has a very large whirlpool tub, large counter tops with double sinks and cavernous 2 person shower, with controls to set the water to the perfect temperature for your entire stay. The room also has a nice private balcony, stereo system, and flat panel TV, not to mention tons of other amenities. But what made the stay perfect at the Hideaway was not just the amenities...It was Kathy and Larry. They truly know what hospitality is about. They understand when you want your privacy and are there if you want a nice conversation. And the breakfasts they make for you are simply awesome! You will not start out your day feeling hungry. But as I said, we went there to get married and Kathy and Larry went above and beyond to make our wedding day special. We got married on the property and it was perfect. There are more than enough beautiful spots on the property for a wedding ceremony and the backdrop is magnificent. As Captain of the Hideaway, Larry was able to perform the marriage for us. :-) He's actually a licensed minister ( and don't tell Larry, but Kathy is actually the captain of the Hideaway :-) There just aren't enough nice things we can say about Kathy and Larry and their home. Our stay there was fantastic. The only bad thing was having to leave. I wish we were still there now.
Heaven under Cathedral Rock
Well, we can't stay at any other B&Bs. This was our first stay at a B&B and we're afraid the others won't live up to the extremely high standard Kathy and Larry have established.
The breakfast, the home, the rooms, the grounds, the breakfast, the atmosphere, the blueberry pancakes (twice!), the energy, the eggbeaters pizza, the relaxation, the cheese & crackers w/ our wine the first 45 minutes there, the company, the breakfast...where do you start. Did i mention the breakfast? CUSTOM MADE for each of you...
The room: we stayed downstairs...we really liked being able to walk out the room onto the deck and onto the grounds...was perfect for us: HUGE shower, jacuzzi tub, walk-in closet...most comfortable 2 person love seat and a select-comfort bed...we brought our i-pod and b/w that and XM radio on satellite tv, we had our mood music playing all the time...
The breakfast: to have a custom breakfast for YOU is something we don't even get at HOME!!! When Kathy and Larry say "what do you want?", they mean it...ahhh...the blueberry pancakes...
The location:...shhh...perfect for those that want to relax away from the hustle, close enough to MANY trails and not far from Uptown if you dare want to go...
The Hosts: Absolutely the best...Kathy and Larry can make your trip to Sedona the vacation you never knew you wanted...
The PERFECT place to stay in Sedona
Add us to the group of people here who can't come up with enough words to say how wonderful this place is.
Larry and Kathy are amazing hosts that make you feel way more like old friends than hotel guests. The house is beautiful, the grounds are beautiful and the whole experience was pretty much magical for us.
We made the trip to Sedona to celebrate my birthday. What a perfect day I had. We woke up in the morning to the smell of breakfast being made just for us in the kitchen. After taking showers in a shower stall bigger than our bedroom at home, we were treated to a wonderful breakfast that included - per my request - birthday cheesecake. yay! We spent the day running around Sedona, checking out paths and vortexes and shops and made it back to the Hideaway in time to eat more birthday cheesecake watch the sunset over Cathedral rock and enjoy the hot tub and fireplace in our room.
It was a perfect birthday, and a perfect stay. Count us is as another couple that recommends this place 110% !!
Close to Heaven
If one is looking for a luxurious, confortable, and secluded place to spend few days in Sedona, the Cathedral Hideaway is the place to be. The house has only two gues rooms, we stayed upstairs in the Safari room. The best words I can find would still not make justice to the perfection of this place. The house has everything one needs to be confortable. Right through the picture windows you have the view of the fascinating Cathedral Rock. After 10 minutes walk you can rich the park with numerous hiking trails. The breakfast is trully delicious and made for each person's taste.
Best of all though are the hostess, Kathy and Larry, who are extremelly helpfull in making your stay in Sedona enjoyable (park permit, restaurant recomandations, maps, hiking suggstions, etc). The only regret we had is that we didn't stay long enough.
Simply the Best
The Sedona Cathedral Hideaway is simply the best B&B we have ever stayed at. Glowing words and beautiful pictures are only teasers, you've just got to experience it for yourself. The home is awesome! The views of Cathedral rock are awesome! Your hosts, Kathy and Larry are beyond awesome!! Do yourself a favor and put this on your own "to do list".
You can always opt to stay in a large hotel on the Sedona strip but you will give up what could be the best part of your trip. The home is a beautiful work of art inside and out. It is crowned by the backdrop of Cathedral rock which is framed in the window from your suite. The Safari room is the way to go. It is large with a private balcony, a very large jetted tub, a peninsular gas fireplace, walk-in double shower with bench and a king sized Select Comfort bed.
The room is worth the price of admission itself but the real treasure there are Kathy and Larry. They could set up tents in their back yard and I would still stay there just to enjoy their company and attention to every luxurious detail. They make you feel like family and royalty at the same time.
I could go on and on. Just imagine the best and triple it. This is definetly the Sedona potato chip, you can't stay just once :)
Just do it! You'll be forever glad you did!
What a view!
My husband & I just spent the weekend at Sedona Cathedral Hideaway in Sedona. What a treat! This is an unusual B&B as they only have two rooms within their B&B. These rooms are pure luxury! We stayed in the safari room. You have a view of Cathedral Rock from the bed or the living room. To sit and quietly enjoy the fireplace and the sunset with the rocks turning color is something to experience. You could get lost in the shower it's that big! Kathy & Larry, owners, make the stay also enjoyable. Breakfast is made to order! Enjoy your breakfast in the sunroom with views again to die for! Watch the quills run in the backyard at sunset, enjoy a sip of wine on your private deck or indulge in a fabulous restaurant...you have the choice to do all or nothing at all! It's a small, luxurious and intimate B&B...a wonderful way to enjoy Sedona off the beaten track!
Luxurious and intimate escape in Sedona
Now that Sedona Cathedral Hideaway has an official listing I'm adding my review from December.
We just got back from our stay at Sedona Cathedral Hideaway. I highly recommend it if you want an intimate, beautiful, and luxurious B&B. We stayed in the Safari Room (don't worry, the theme is understated.) The room has gorgeous views of Cathedral Rock and an unbelievably long list of amenities:
Refrigerator/freezer/microwave/coffee pot (water bottles included)
2-person jacuzzi tub
2-person shower (you could fit 10 people in if you wanted!)
2 bathroom sinks
towel warming rack
full walk-in closet with safe
Sofa and 2 comfy chairs
King size "sleep number" bed
dimmer lights and stereo wiring everywhere - very high tech, you can play your ipod music through the room's speakers
Breakfast was wonderful - unlike most B&Bs, you can choose your meal each day from their menu. Kathy and Larry, the hosts, were extremely helpful and fun to talk with. All in all a great experience.
The BEST B&B in Sedona
We just returned from a 2 day stay in Sedona at a new B&B called the Sedona Cathedral Hideaway. I found them by reading the Trip Advisor forums for Sedona, the Sedona Cathedral Hideaway came highly recommended by quite a few people who wrote about their stay in the discussion forum.
We fell in love with this place, location, accomodations and the excellent care we received while staying there. This is a wonderful retreat for a day or a full week. They offer 2 guest rooms which allows them to really pamper you. The home is brand new and has operated as a B&B for about 3 months. Larry and Kathy run the B&B and cater a custom breakfast for their guests. The food was spectacular. One day we had french toast, sausage, potatos, fruit, oatmeal. The next my husband had steak and eggs, fresh toast, orange juice, the works!
The accomodations are fabulous. They have 2 guest rooms each with it's private sitting area, fireplace, spa tub, walk in shower, heated towel rack, mini fridge, microwave and a sleep number bed. The rooms are plush with beautiful decor, and they are wired for all the electronics you need, Ipod jacks, dvd, satelite TV, wireless internet.
They have beautiful views of Cathedral Rock and it's within hiking distance to the creek and to climb the Cathedral. Other short hikes are also popular near them.
This is more than any regular B&B, they really pamper you with breakfast, snacks, bedtime treats. They have menus from all around and help you with any choices for hikes, sightseeing, shopping, dining. Kathy offers spa treatments, facials, hands, massages, etc.
I'll be posting pictures taken of the suite and views nearby.
They are a Hideaway so the exact address they keep until you are a registered guest. The website is: [-].
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