Location, location, location! This 1906 Victorian is three blocks from, Courthouse Plaza surrounded by restaurants, art galleries, boutiques, antique shops and "Whiskey Row". The Courthouse’s park-like setting is also the happening place for most of the events and festivals in Prescott. the Pleasant Street Inn is the only active full-time bed and breakfast in downtown Prescott
The beautiful Inn is in the quiet residential area of Historic Prescott. The house was completely restored with rich traditional furnishings, wall-to-wall carpeting, and ceiling fans and has four rooms with private baths, two standard bedrooms and two two-room suites, one with fireplace and the other with a private deck. The comfortable living room and outside porches are great places to relax, read a book and appreciate the beauty of Prescott. A full gourmet breakfast is served each morning in the adjacent dining room. The house has central air conditioning and high speed wireless internet.
We will so be your concierge and help you decide what to do with your day. Prescott is an ideal center for hiking, fishing, kayaking, birding or golfing and a great place for day-tripping to Sedona, Jerome and the Grand Canyon. Our warm hospitality and the wonderful surroundings of the Pleasant Street Inn offers visitors to Arizona's high country a comfortable and convenient place to kick back and enjoy a few days' respite from their busy lives.
The Pleasant Street Inn Bed and Breakfast was named "One of Arizona's 10 Best Bed and Breakfasts" by Phoenix Magazine, has been featured in numerous B & B articles, is highly rated in travel guide books, including Frommer's and AAA, and is included in Arizona Getaways for the Incurable Romantic by Pamela Swartz and Weekends for Two in the Southwest by Bill Gleeson. Breakfast recipes are featured in The New Southwest Cookbook by Carolyn Nierhammer and Best Recipes from American Country Inns and Bed & Breakfasts by Kitty and Lucian Maynard.
Welcome to Prescott Pines Inn Bed & Breakfast, situated just minutes from downtown Prescott's historic Courthouse Plaza and Whiskey Row, yet nestled at the edge of the Prescott National Forest on a little over an acre of land. This is where you will find peace and quiet, a place to relax on one of many patios under centuries-old shade trees, and be pampered by owners Lisa and Dawn. Prescott Pines Inn is truly a special place. If you stay for just one night, a weekend, or longer it will be hard for you to choose between the many delights offered by Prescott and the surrounding area and those offered at the Inn, such as relaxing on one of the patios with a good book, cozying up by the fireplace in your room, or making new friends over a sinfully indulgent breakfast. Easy access to the Grand Canyon, Sedona, and Jerome and an ideal center for hiking, fishing or kayaking plus many more activities makes Prescott Pines Inn the perfect location for a weekend away or longer stay.
The Inn's main house with a guest sitting room and dining room, and the three guest houses that contain our eleven guest rooms, have all been beautifully remodeled and updated to reflect a comfortable rustic elegance. Each room has a private porched entry and private bath, and some rooms offer fireplaces and kitchenettes. Free high speed wireless internet is accessible from anywhere on site and all rooms offer flat screens, cable TV, DVD players with complimentary DVD library, MP3/Soundscapes and direct dial phones. A 2-course gourmet breakfast is served each day accompanied by warm hospitality and good conversation.
If you are looking for accommodations for a larger group getaway, retreat or vacation, The Lodge cabin rental is a separate 3 bedroom, 2 bath A-frame with fully equipped kitchen, living room and dining area, laundry facilities, gas BBQ grill, private deck and patio, that sleeps up to 8 people.
Acclaimed by market research and independent reviews as the #1 Prescott AZ Bed & Breakfast for 10 years in a row and awarded the prestigious Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor, Prescott Pines Inn is the place to honeymoon, celebrate an anniversary or birthday, or just to get away for a few days to relax.
Please note that we do not permit smoking in our rooms, in common areas, or on our patios. There is one designated outdoor smoking area at the rear of the property. We do not permit pets but can refer you to nearby boarding facilities. Well behaved children over the age of 10 are welcome in select rooms; please inquire.
Shadowcatcher Bed and Breakfast is conveniently located on 2 acres in the Casa Grande foothills between Phoenix and Tucson with easy access to I-8 and I-10.
Three intimate casita-suites with private courtyard entrances, king size beds, fireplaces sitting areas and custom walk in showers combine a blend of rustic yet luxurious comfort.
A full breakfast is served daily in the breakfast room or on the outdoor patio by the waterfall or fireplace.
Settled in 1878 by Mormon Pioneers, sent here by Brigham Young, Osmer D. Flake built this beautiful 1890 Victorian brick home with a carriage house and granary building. It was lovingly restored in 2001, and it now has 12 large rooms, decorated with period antique furnishings and beds. Nine rooms have brass clawfoot tubs and showers, 3 of the rooms have jacuzzi tubs, large enough for 2 people. Each room has it's own gas fired fireplace heater and air conditioner, TV & DVD players.
When you arrive we have a plate of sweet-cakes, juices and coffee to welcome you. There are complimentary soft drinks and popcorn for the guests. There is a large porch and a patio with a fountain to relax and visit in. There is a Spa room, large enough for 8, and some exercise equipment. A Parlor Room to relax in, play games, read antique or new books or watch a movie.
The breakfasts are special with a choice of dishes served and 4 time slots to have breakfast, from 7:30 to 9:00, and for a small fee breakfast can be served in your room. There is always a plate of fresh fruits and sweetbreads. Gourmet dinners can be prepared for groups of 10 or more persons, either a French chicken dinner ("Coq au Vin), steaks or prime rib. Just bring some friends.
The grounds have beautiful flowers, grass and trees to walk in, or lay in the hamock under the apple trees. There is much to do in and around Snowflake, with a 27 hole golf course (1/2 price from the Inn), 5 Pioneer Homes that are virtual museums, that can be toured.
Near by are 2 National Parks, (Petrified Forest and Painted Desert), Indian casino at Honda, fishing the lakes and streams of the White Mountains and the Mogollon Rim country. Hiking the Petroglyph Canyons near Snowflake where beavers still make their homes and eagles soar the canyon walls and you can see the art work of a people 1000 years old. View our web site: www.heritage-inn.net