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Our stay at the Adobe Hacienda was really one of the highlights of our visit to Sedona/ Arizona. Charming rooms & very comfortable. Our warm and welcoming hosts really made the stay extra special. The breakfasts are varied each morning, freshly made and served on...More
The B&B is located before you get to Sedona and actually in the Village of Oak Creek. This can be a good/bad thing if you want to avoid the traffic and crowds in as the road to Sedona can get backed up on weekends.
We arrived at 1pm for a one-night stay. The elderly gentleman that greeted us had a look on his face like he was confused or annoyed. He told us that check-in is at 3pm.
I guess I missed that detail because this was a last...More
I found this B& B on another site originally. I tend to read reviews on different sights to get an over all "feel." This place consistently rated well. It's quaint, immaculate, warm, inviting, quite and peaceful. We were greeted by Russell with a true warmth...More
We enjoyed everything about our stay here. It is quiet, beautiful, private, and very well maintained. The only drawback is the breakfast schedule. It is 8:30 or nothing. If you want to get an early start or sleep in, plan on bringing your own breakfast...More
The weather is October is very nice all month and wonderful for hiking. The daytime temperatures will be in the 70's and night time temps in the 50's (good for sitting around the fire and looking at the stars!!). We look... More
The weather is October is very nice all month and wonderful for hiking. The daytime temperatures will be in the 70's and night time temps in the 50's (good for sitting around the fire and looking at the stars!!). We look forward to your visit.
Russ and Aurora Mulder
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"Sedona and Vaquero were most spaceous rooms with cross ventilation on warm nights."