LUXURY BED & BREAKFAST ROOM, QUEEN BED
1st FLOOR, VIEWS, 600 SQ FT, KITCHENETTE
Treat yourself to breathtaking views, cozy luxury, privacy, and romance at our Sedona Bed and Breakfast and Spa.
$339 per night (2-night minimum)
Luxurious Queen Sleep Number Bed and kitchenette with full use of the house.
CDC compliant – Everything touched is disinfected.
Owners are present to pamper and guide you.
In this luxurious suite with ten-foot-high tray ceilings, a pure white, plush, duvet-covered, queen-size adjustable Sleep Comfort bed awaits you in this very special Sedona bed and breakfast and spa. A hard rock maple triple dresser, cozy lounger love seat, podium table, and chairs accent this 600 sq. ft room, all surrounding the peninsula fireplace that opens into the full room, including the en suite bathroom.
The bathroom has double sinks with granite vanity tops, a two-person whirlpool tub by a picture window, and a two-person walk-in shower room with adjustable shower heads, a seat with safety bars, and towel warmer. Surround sound, I pod/DVD, jacks wireless Internet access, satellite flat panel television, and DVD lend themselves to a romantic, relaxing atmosphere. A microwave oven, refrigerator, two place settings, and a safe are conveniently located in a large walk-in closet. There is a private access door leading to the first-floor deck and property walkways highlighted by spectacular Red Rock views. Luxurious robes and slippers are waiting for you. Walk to many of the best Sedona trails and Sedona Oak Creek.
UVC light and whole house air purification for allergens and viruses.
Whole-house softened water and purification from 500 ft. well.
Why book just a place to sleep when you could experience a vacation to remember for a lifetime?
Enjoy photos of our lovely Evergreen Room & the guest areas
SEDONA CATHEDRAL HIDEAWAY
Luxury Sedona Bed and Breakfast
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 which supplies 260 gallons of hot water to our in-room two-person jetted tubs.
Walking the Labyrinth
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.