Sheridan House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Historical Traveler Reviews Sheridan House Inn Williams
Okay but overrated
A house converted to B&B at the end of a hillside street 4-5 blocks from main street Williams. Surrounded in the area by pines but a generally working class neighboorhood. The carpeting in the house is well worn and overdue for replacement. The meals are gourmet delicious but plain - eg. spagetti and meatballs, pizza with fireplace dining area. Breakfast is scrambled eggs, home fries, sausage/bacon and a side. Free bar and sodas are nice. Friendly but fleabitten owner's dog roams the property. Rooms are small, little larger than the bed, and feel like grandma's decorations. TV reception was snowy. Bed was firm and rippled giving not so much sleep. Hot shower sometimes problemmatic. If you are a light sleeper, beware the 3 am train, but this is true of every city on the I40. Friendly owners but the original owners sold out in 2003. Overall, generally good, relaxed, feeling except not for the going price. Valuewise, consider in town with a 40 - 50$ room and restaurants.
A great place to stay!
We spent two nites here and couldn't have enjoyed it anymore than we did. K.C. and Roxy were really
great to "come home to" after exploring the Canyon. K.C.'s wife was out of town and you'd never have guessed. He did a great job and the room, meals, hot tub and hospitality were all greatly appreciated. We would highly recommend the Sheridan House.
Great place to stay
We stayed at the Sheridan House two nights on our trip to the Grand Canyon. Five of us traveled together booking three rooms. We all could not say enough good things about it. Fantastic breakfast, dinner, and happy hour. Loved our rooms. Very clean and comfortable. We enjoyed the Town of Williams and it was very convenient to the Grand Canyon. Would highly recommend it.
Sheridan House... not the best location.
I have to admit, my review of the Sheridan House Inn comes without actually staying there. Let's put it this way, my wife and I had two nights booked there, drove 5 hours to get there, took our luggage to our room (the second most expensive room in the inn), and after much thought, packed back up and told the proprietors that we wouldn't be staying with them. This is not something we make a practice of. (We're the type of people who typically won't return a bad meal) The Inn is unfortunately located at the end of a dead end street lined with impoverished homes and questionable residents. I didn't feel safe for my wife or for myself.
The "historic downtown" of Williams that the Inn brags of being in walking distance from, is much the same. Williams is an extremely depressed small town forgotten by most, thanks to the phasing out of Route 66. The town square is full of closed down store fronts, and less than friendly looking locals. Believe me, we live in Las Vegas... we know what we're talking about here.
We got out of there as soon as we could, and had to plan the rest of our trip by the seat of our pants.
The Inn itself is okay, but I was unimpressed with the upkeep of the lanscape, and lack of charm inside. It was built in 1988 and looked that way, and at $200 a night (for our room at least) we felt the owners were kidding themselves.
We were glad to get home.
The only place to stay in Williams!
We stayed two nights at this wonderful bed and breakfast. The house was very clean and the rooms were cozy and beautifully decorated. The meals that were served, (and included in the rooms rate) were outstanding! Gourmet cooking at it's finest! The inn keepers made us feel very special with their thoughtful and caring manner, their attention to detail. We highly recommend this bed and breakfast, and we will be back again!
Fantastic place to stay!!!
Had reservations for one night but stayed for two. This is a great B&B and my family have stayed in a lot of B&B's. The host Mary and KC have a little gem here. Rooms are pleasantly decorated, have TV/VCR, bathrooms are done in marble, big closets, coffee makers and small refrigerators. Game room for kids, stocked with hundreds of movies and games. For the older kids and adults there is a pool room. The main kitchen refrigerator is always stocked with pop and bottled water. This B&B has a social hour at 5:30pm and offers dinner and breakfast. Spa on the back porch. There are 4 porches to sit and read, have breakfast or dinner and enjoy the pines/view.
Great family place...
Spent only one night here on our spring break. The kids loved the place as well as the adults!! Hospitality here was terrific !!! Will definitely be back the next time we're out that way. Food was excellent, beds and room were fine.
Ritz in the pines
New owners Mary and K.C. are continuing what reviews show to be a grand tradition at this B&B that's like staying at the Ritz with the comforts of home -- lovely people, great "comfort" cooking and a cozy setting in the pines. The rooms are delux with marble baths and great closet space. The rate includes open bar, dinner, breakfast, a game room with pool, and in-room TV (they've got an extensive video collection for adults and kids). This place is just terrific and MORE than worth the one-hour drive to the Canyon!
A little piece of heaven
The Sheridan House Inn was the highlight of our trip to the u.s.a.
After 5 nights in Las Vegas this was absolute heaven. Steve & Evelyn work really hard to make sure you enjoy your stay and everything was perfect. The room was immaculate, the food superb, the scenery wonderful, what more can we say? If you want a quiet week or week-end with great hosts make sure you don't miss out on this little gem
Sheridan Inn was absolutely wonderful!
It starts with the gorgeous trees and wonderful accomodations. Moves to a phenominal happy hour and casual, yet FABULOUS DINNER, which they include in the room rate! Then on to a gourmet breakfast and a breathtaking day at the Grand Canyon. We had an incredible visit and LOVED the Sheridan Inn. Very clean, very generous to their guests. You don't even have to leave the Inn to see the beauty of the forest and wildlife!
TripAdvisor Reviews Sheridan House Inn Williams
Travel Blogs from Williams
... in 1881, Williams was the last Route 66 town in the USA to be bypassed by Interstate 40 in 1984. We decided to take a hike in the forest up to see some snow, which the kiddos enjoyed by having a snowball fight! The hike worked up an appetite so we had dinner at Cruiser's Route 66 Cafe. I couldn't pass up the 'Ultimate Porker Burger!' It was everything the name ...
... buildings. When we reached the top end, where it meets the other route on 2nd avenue Andy was tempted to carry on out, not seeming as if there was much there. I suggested we need to go down 2nd ave In case we had missed something. So about turn we went back into town on the other side, being they were one way roads. Lucky we did, as the other end of the town was the famous 'standin on the corner' junction, famed by the Eagles song. A must stop to have a photo shoot and popped ...
... back to enjoy the 2.5 hour ride to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon - there was a nice morning tea and a bar service - so Mumsie had a champagne and orange and I had a beaut Bloody Mary! It was 5pm back in OZ!!!! I think!!!!!! The scenery was quite pleasant with lots of trees and such - I saw one jack rabbit and a few cows, but none of the bob cats, mountain lion etc advertised in the brochure!!! ...
... along and over R66 to a height of about 80ft - I was not happy up there I can tell you (read: screamed like a child).
We had a bit more of a wonder around town and looked in some gift shops, then went to get an ice cream at the "Dairy Queen". What a delightful place, we hope the photos we took do it justice.
We turned in because we needed to get to the train station early to buy tickets for trip to Grand Canyon.
... and how the "mother road" helped establish America as it is today. The drive invokes nostalgia quite a lot (not that I was around then) There is also a lot of remnants (old gas stations and hotels that are delapadated, and old cars) on the route too which is cool. And the towns along the way are all 50's and 60's etc themed like back in the day. We stayed in Williams for the night on Route 66. It's a great town and really fits the ...