Things to know: In the 1930s, a German carpenter sought solace in Oak Creek Canyon, built his home and then saw the need to provide lodging for the “movie folk” who were making westerns in Sedona. In 1940 he built the first cottage, the “Bluejay,” complete with hand-hewn wooden door latches, still functioning today. Subsequent buildings became “Rocky’s Cottages,” after his name Raacke. Today, Briar Patch Inn is a nine-acre oasis nestled in Oak Creek Canyon along the lush banks of Oak Creek. Nineteen individual cabins are defined by Southwestern charm and Native American arts, cozy fireplaces, kitchens and private patios, all in a secluded setting. Briar Patch Inn has been owned and operated by the Olson family for 35 years and they look forward to exceeding your expectations.
Don’t miss: A hearty, healthy, homemade breakfast is included and can be enjoyed in the lodge or beside the creek. But breakfast along the creek, with live musicians and the music of nature serenading you cannot beat. Guests can also relax with a soothing creek-side massage.
This is one of the most sought after bed and breakfasts in Tucson, offering exquisite rooms and unique packages for every occasion.
Styled after a country home, the Inn features all the character and warmth you would expect from the early 1900s, plus the amenities of today.
This B&B was awarded the TripAdvisor.com Traveler’s Choice Award for the last 10 years and labeled as the best Bed and Breakfast in the U.S.
Want a beautiful wedding? The Creekside Inn at Sedona specializes in romantic and private Sedona weddings.
This inn is a private oasis in the heart of Phoenix. Relax, refresh, get away.
If you don’t know it’s here, you won’t find it. But once you’re inside, you’ll love that secret quality as much as other guests have loved it.
Located in a multi-level contemporary house on a hill, this B&B offers stunning views of the red rocks and each room has a private patio and entrance.
The Canyon Wren cabins are settled right along Oak Creek Canyon, surrounded by sycamores, hammocks, private patios and grassy lawns.
If the weeping willows outside are any indication, this B&B is a romantic, secluded getaway overlooking Arizona’s wine country.