Sedona Dream Maker Bed & Breakfast
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Historical Traveler Reviews Sedona Dream Maker Bed & Breakfast
My husband and I stayed at the Dream Maker and loved the cozy, comfortable accommodations. The B&B is beautifully decorated and very clean. We felt at home the moment we walked into our spacious room. The hosts, Dee & Phil couldn't have been nicer - helpful with restaurant suggestions, directions, day trips - anything we needed. Dee makes a wonderful breakfast every morning and there are always homebaked treats to be found in the afternoon. We only stayed there a few days but were treated like family. We would highly recommend the Dream Maker !!
One of our favorites
The Dream Maker is a wonderful find! We love the bed & breakfast experience, and this one was one of the best we have had. Dee and Phil are gracious hosts, and the rooms are spacious and wonderfully done.
The Dream Maker is definitely on our list of repeat visits.
Way Better Than the Web Pictures
What a wonderful surprise to walk into our room and find that the web picture did not at all do justice to the actual room!! Dee and Phil once owned an art gallery and their artistic touches made our Victorian room a feast for our eyes.
Regret #1--We couldn't stay longer at Sedona Dream Maker longer!!
Regret #2--We didn't call Dee and Phil before our visit to get their ideas on how to spend our short time in Sedona.
Between their hospitality, peaceful surroundings and memorable and tasty breakfast, my daughter and I can't wait to get back.
Sedona in Style and Comfort
Phil and Dee are warm and friendly hosts, and the B and B looks great (even better than the pictures can convey). Fabulous southwestern style. The observation deck was panoramic. The rooms were decorated with attention to detail. Rustic and elegant at the same time. Loved our visit and hope to return!
Dream Maker Truly a Wonderful Place To Dream
We have been to Sedona many times before, but have never felt more comfortable or at home. Dee and Phil are wonderful, kind, thoughtful hosts. Dee goes out of her way to make great breakfasts, delicious snacks, and has decorated this wonderful log hom with wonderful spiritual and whimsical touches. Phils artwork is also wonderul, and his guided jeep tours should not be missed. The Dream Maker is amazingly spiritual, relaxing, and filled with love. The views are spectacular, the grouds delightful for walking or sitting. From the minute you meet Phil and Dee, you can tell that they are two people who followed their dreams and did it well. If you go, and you should, keep your eyes open, since every where you look you will find something else to enchant you. We left feeling that we made two new friends and can't wait to go back.
i just came back from 5 nights with Phil and Dee at the Dream Maker B&B ... and it's a trip that will stay with me forever. This very special B&B is alive with warmth, beauty and a genuine hospitality, courtesy of Phil and Dee. Dee's breakfasts are out of this world, and I was greeted each evening with a specially made pot of hot water for tea ... what a wonderful treat after a day of exploring! And Phil provided maps and wrote out directions to must-see adventures for my very first trip to Sedona. I, too, could go on and on about the perfect accommodations, the spacious rooms and the breath-taking view from my room ... but it was Phil and Dee's thoughtfulness and kindness that made my stay like none other before. I feel that I've made two new friends ... and I can hardly wait to return.
We spent 3 wonderful nights at Dreammaker B&B (1/18/03-1/21/03) and couldn't have chosen a better place to experience Sedona. The location was perfect, hospitality excellent, and accomodations simply amazing.
From the moment we arrived we felt like we had made the right choice for where to stay in Sedona. Dee and Phil immediately made us feel at home, and treated us to afternoon snacks (which were a daily bonus!) Our room was spacious and beautiful, as was the view from the skydeck where we sat ejoyed our first night star gazing, and last morning taking pictures of the slightly snow capped redrocks. Breakfast was always delicious and filling enough that we didn't have to eat lunch most days. We could go on and on about all of the wonderful things about the Dreammaker, but we'll need to leave something for the next guest to boast about. Thank you Tripadvisor for turning us on to this wonderful B&B. And, thank you Dee and Phil for making this our trip to Sedona our best vacation ever. We'll surely be back.
It will take your breath away!!!
Tremendous hospitality with extreme comfort! A view to die for and relaxation to kill for. A perfect place to stay while visiting a great town full of natural beauty and kind folks!
Great accommodations in a beautiful locale
We recently stayed with Phil and Dee Windelstern at their Dream Maker B&B and loved it! This is a brand new and very grand log house in Sedona, with wonderful large rooms, a very comfortable dining room and parlor, and a dramatic roof-top observation deck where you can watch the setting sun paint the red cliffs of Sedona, and spot shooting stars at night. Breakfasts were great, rooms have patios or balconies, and the proprietors are friendly and a great source for touring advice. As a bonus, you can unwind by taking hikes through the forest or to the top of the mesa, starting on foot from the front door. The best B&B we have ever visited!
The DreamMaker is Magical!
Hosts Phil and Delores have combined all the right ingredients in the DreamMaker. The beautiful log home was built in 2003 as a B&B -- well thought out and planned for ultimate guest comfort. The rooms are spacious and beautifully decorated; an observation deck on the roof provides a private "theater" for shooting stars and wine-sipping.
Breakfasts are bountiful. But mostly it is the hospitality and warmth of the hosts that makes it special. We've stayed in B&Bs all over the world-- and this is our idea of how it should be. Can't wait to go back.
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... and unexpected joy - hoping that the rock I'm skipping to is going to hold you long enough to get to the next! The dogs absolutely loved it and had a dog smile the whole time. No one fell in.....entirely anyway. About the time that what we now know was only about 30% through, we were starting to wonder "are we there yet". Although probably one of the most beautiful, the hike was pretty ...
... was a chance for us to get our bearings and figure some things out. We drove around town and checked out some scenery and explored a bit of Oak Creek Canyon. If you remember, this is where all the terrible forest fires were in May. Unfortunately, many of the trails, campgrounds and water access ways are still closed because of this. Some of the trees right next to the road were black. We tried to go to Slide Rock which is a part of Oak Creek that has formed ...
... park. After getting fitted for helmets and bikes, we took off. John knew a lot about a lot of stuff -- animals, geological formations, history of the peoples of the area, being a park employee -- and we all made good use of his skills. He worked not only at the bike rental but also as a teacher at the public school in the park. Last year's graduating class was 18 students. As we rode to the South Kaibab trail, John stopped frequently to tell us about local plants, the way ...
... and ice-cream.
Actually the ice-cream had been made with an ancient John Deere churn, so we felt we had to try it, specially as they had coffee flavour.
"One scoop, two or three?"
Feeling virtuous, we opted for just one.
Oh my. The just one option was equal to about three back home and was enormous!
We struggled through it manfully as we explored the outlet part of the deal.
Many of the same shops we had seen before... And oh yes, Kate even managed to ...
... legs, and look in the screen door. Trick or treat! :)
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Tuzigoot is a ...