The Lodge at Sedona
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Thanks to the owners and staff of the Lodge at Sedona, everything was perfect.
We have returned from our "Western" trip and thanks to the owners and staff of the Lodge at Sedona, everything was perfect. We really do not believe in emails, except to do business so we are sending you a formal letter in the US Mail tomorrow thanking you for your hospitality while we were in Sedona. Needless to say, Forbes is correct in stating that you have one of the top 10 B and B's in America. We have had a gift made up for Dee Ann and will be sending it tomorrow also. It certainly comes across too ALL the guests that she cares about her job and enjoys what she is doing. We have enclosed a photo of the two of us at a very special party thrown for us by Stefan Hemming the multimillionaire owner of Casa de Liberace in Palm Springs. It was the estate of the late Liberace. 8,500 square feet all on one floor. 95% of the furniture and all the pianos belonged to Lee. Again, thanks for the wonderful hospitality you gave us during our stay there. ALL the guests talked about how wonderful EVERYTHING was. Donald Pile Ray Williams
The Lodge at Sedona was wonderful. The people were friendly, informative, and accommadating. The public areas (there are many to choose from) were relaxed and cozy. The labrynith on-site is a must. It was a pleasure to return there each night in Sedona. The breakfasts are delicious as well! We'll definitely be back.
The stay at the LODGE was incredible!
There are not enough words in our language to describe our experience!! It was everything we had hoped for and anticipated!! Keep up the great work...it certainly shows in the way you make everyone feelso much like "family">> Jimmy & Penny Lancaster> Mocksville, NC
Unforgettable - the Lodge at Sedona
I was amazed at how good this B&B keeps getting. The facility looks amazing and the Innkeepers care for your every need. I rate this 5 diamonds in my book. Will return later in the spring to cool off!
Service is the tops
The guest service at the Lodge at Sedona is meticulous. Such caring people..they treat you like dear friends. I judge this inn 5 stars plus! PS...Sedona is spectacular....
Avoid at all costs
I had a really unpleasant time dealing with the owner/manager of the inn with regards to disputes of their charges.
I can't recommend staying at this place - it really leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
Lodge at Sedona...it Rules
The Lodge at Sedona rules..the breakfast is to die for and facilities and grounds are incomparable.
We shall return
Lodge at Sedona is addictive
My first stay at the LODGE at SEDONA will not be my last..
It is a magical bed and breakfast inn where the setting and service combine to make your visit unforgettable..
I walked the labyrinth and sunned at the Health Club..just wonderful. Book real early to get the room called Master..
Lodge at Sedona is Wonderful
Another visit to the Lodge at Sedona leaves me in awe of the beauty and charm of the estate -like setting and the magnificent and magical area...We will return!!!
Book your adventure now, before this swank B&B becomes rediscovered!
Romance and Comfort, Luxury and Adventure, the LODGE at SEDONA does have it all!
Book a king suite early and experience magical sedona in style...
Five Star *****
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... shade of red!
There are many different hues
All red would indeed be over the top!
A splash of sandstone tones it down
That Artist sure knew when to stop.
There's a Church not plain to see
Until you clime the winding hill.
What a sight beholds your eye
I'm singing its praises still.
The Church is rather simple
Black and white the theme.
People came from near and far
To this slice of Heaven's ...
... an Italian restaurant, Dahl and Diluca. It came highly recommended and we were not disappointed.
Laura and Mark swam in Oak Creek, the water was too cold for me! We took a drive to Jerome, great boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants. It is an old copper mining town, great history.
We stopped at the Arizona Botanical Gardens just outside of ...
... There is an overflow regulator in the "well" that keeps the water level and the 1.5 million gallons of water that comes in daily is flowed out thru a waterway into the Beaver Creek. You can not drink the water in the well as it contains a high amount of arsenic and carbon dioxide so no fish can live in there only amphipods, leeches, water scorpions and a single cell diatom (you can tell that this was from the literature since I am not sure what a diatom ...
... through a couple of roundabouts we made it to our hotel. We ended up getting room 112 on the bottom floor. There are no elevators just a sidewalk on the side of the building that leads to each level & stairs down the middle & on the other side. I stayed with the children while Jon kindly got all the luggage. Once we unpacked & settled in, we decided to go to a local brewery for dinner, recommended by a friend. It turned out to be a good ...
... sights that are too perfect to put into words and the overwhelming feeling of being so tiny! I don't know how to describe it- just what I am and what I do and the things that I stress about are so miniature compared to the whole wide world out there that I've only just began to explore. I want to do everything possible and this trip has inspired me to continue to travel.
It's official- I have the bug and I don't think this is going to be an easy one to shake!