The Tavern Hotel
Travel Blogs from Cottonwood
... describe it but boy they must have been newlyweds! This of course opened up the birds, bees, (and now bear) discussion again which being witnessed in a more graphic nature opened up a whole new field of questions. It was funny because right away Caleb said, "are they mating? Wow, I can't wait to see the baby"! Needless to say, the first discussion did not clearly outline all ...
I went here when I was a baby! And then again when I was aroujnd 3 or 4. I went here when I was young to visit with my mom's bestfriend Gretchen and her daughter Kira, whom I'm still good friends with to this day! I don't remember the time when I went here as a baby, but I do remember the time when I was around 3 or 4. But the only thing I remember was fighiting with my ...
... this ranch they discovered a large dead horse lying by the road. After searching for a number of weeks the father asked his kids what ranch did they want to buy and they said “the one with the dead horse”. In 1973 the AZ State Parks system acquired the ranch with the condition that the name did not change. The park is a close drive to Jerome, Prescott Valley, Cottonwood and Sedona.
This morning was a time for the mundane
but necessary household chores, principally washing of windows and doing
The afternoon was the highlight of the day, a ride on the Verde Canyon Railroad for a 4 hour excursion from Clarkdale to the Perkinsville ghost ranch, and return to Clarkdale. This was a ride through high desert, along the Verde River and ...
... they reached the creek from a different and much easier access. Returning to the highway we passed by “Cathedral Rock”, Castle Rock”, “Bell Rock” and “Courthouse Bluff” several of the named red rock formations. After spending many hours out in the heat of the day, in excess of 100 degrees today, we headed for “Tlaquepaque”, an arts and crafts village, where we walked around but didn’t buy anything. We ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking