Our Sedona Bed and Breakfast features thoughtful amenities, a perfect location, stunning Red Rock Views and your own private, heart-shaped labyrinth and Native American medicine wheel. We are Green and 90% Solar Electric Powered and Solar Hot Water which supplies 160 gallons of hot water to our in room two person jetted tubs.
- In-home massage therapy for singles or couples, in room or outdoors on your private deck.
- We supply backpacks and water bottles for your temporary use if you are going hiking or picnicking.
- Each room has liquid body wash, blow dryer, Superior Skin Secrets cleanser, toner, shampoo and conditioner.
- Home made bakery goods, ice cream, whole house purified water
- Fireplace that can be viewed from the bed, two-person whirlpool tub or the sitting area
- Large two person showers with adjustable height and flow shower heads, towel warmer
- Luxurious robe and slippers are waiting for you.
- Select Comfort, Sleep Number adjustable mattress on the beds with a pillow top and additional memory foam topper
- Many different types of pillows to choose from
- Kitchenette: Microwave, coffee/tea pot, refrigerator in your room, wine glasses, dishes, silver wear, coffee/tea pots
- Wireless Internet access and I pod jacks for sound system
- Telephone – Land line available for those having trouble getting service because of the mountainous area.
- Access to large outdoor gas grill
- Free professional skin analysis and consultation by co-owner Kathy, Aesthetician, in her onsite spa, if desired
- Views of famous Cathedral Rock, Pyramid Peak, Capital Butte/Thunder Mountain and Coffee Pot rock formations
- Five minute walk to Red Rock Crossing/Crescent Moon Park and Oak Creek
- Whole house water filtration system and Aquasana purified, alkaline drinking water from our 500 ft. deep well
- A relaxing, meditative Labyrinth is available to help focus the mind and encourage your inner creativity.
- Call us about a list of luxurious single or couples treatments available in your room or under the stars. Just to mention a few choices, Kathy’s personal favorites, there is Deep Tissue, Hot Rock and Energy Balancing. This is one more way to create a memory you will never forget.
Many labyrinths exist today, in churches, parks and at private residences. In ancient times, labyrinths were used as a substitute for people who were unable to make a pilgrimage to a holy site. Traveling the path of the labyrinth allowed them to experience the essence of the spiritual awakening they would have had as if on a pilgrimage. Modern mystics use labyrinths to help those that use it to achieve a relaxed, introspective/meditative state free of unspoken messages. The result of this “letting go’ experience is said to be healthy both spiritually and physically. For some the journey in the labyrinth is one of seeking personal peace and for others it is a journey to find personal identity or about seeking purpose in what they do daily. Walking the labyrinth is where one begins to follow a path to find answers, resolution and hope.
Labyrinth’s come in many shapes and sizes and are not to be confused with mazes. Mazes are like puzzles, whereas a labyrinth is a continuous path leading to a single center point. It is not designed to be difficult to navigate and each person who walks a labyrinth may find a different experience in his or her journey.
The method for walking a labyrinth is simple. The walker follows the path that leads into the center, and then often spends some time there. By walking the turns along the path, the user loses track of direction and of the outside world and thus quiets the mind. In essence the path traveling and meditative experience where others have gone before allows the traveler to release, receive and transform.
Along this path I quietly go
Seeking what I do not know.
I only ask that I be shown
The things for me that must be known
Many movies have been shot in Sedona. Enjoy some of the best of them at no charge in the privacy of your room. We have also listed the names of many of the stars that have walked our streets.
Movies Filmed in Sedona
Call of the Canyon
Billy the Kid
Last of the Duanes
The Fabulous Texas
Tall in the Saddle
Blood on the Moon
The Outlaw’s Daughter
3: 10 To Yuma
Stay Away Joe
The Legend of the Boy and The Eagle
Riders of the Purple Sage
Angel and the Badman
Eagle and the Hawk
The Red Head and the Cowboy
The Strawberry Roan
Stranger on Horseback
The Last Wagon
The Legend of Lobo
The Wild Rovers
Mad Mad Wagon Party