The Canyon Country Inn is 30 miles away from Flagstaff Pulliam Field Airport (FLG) which is located in the historic district of the 19th century architecture of territorial Williams near unique restaurants, cafes, distinctive shops, and galleries. The inn is conveniently located within easy travel to many ... More
The Canyon Country Inn
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The Canyon Country Inn is 30 miles away from Flagstaff Pulliam Field Airport (FLG) which is located in the historic district of the 19th century architecture of territorial Williams near unique restaurants, cafes, distinctive shops, and galleries. The inn is conveniently located within easy travel to many Arizona treasures, and many beauties of Northern Arizona from the majestic Grand Canyon to the red rocks of Sedona. One can listen to the long, soulful whistle of the Grand Canyon Railway just a few blocks from the Inn.The inn offers a cottage, porch for guests to relax, and friendly bears located throughout the inn. The inn also offers exciting ways to view one of the nation's finest and most breathtaking locales.The hotel guest rooms features queen beds, mini refrigerators, microwaves, direct dial telephones, cable color TV, central air/heat, dining table with two chairs, dresser, Oak wood floor, and private baths. Few rooms have two queen beds, full bed, air conditioner, and ceiling fans.
When making reservations for a room we use the AAA tour book and take the motel rating into consideration and depend on them to find what is acceptable to us. We rented room #10 for two nights at this B&B. It was the worst room for the money. It was small and had two queen beds with old conforters and old teddy bears as decorations. The beds made so much noise when we tryed to get comfortable. There was very little room walk around. The a/c cord layed out on the floor so one can trip on it. The room needed paint and the bathroom was dirty and very old. The towels and floor mat were very old. The toilet plunger was old and dirty. The bathroom was not cleaned the second day. I think this room is rented out as the last room and should be called the take it or leave it room when the town is busy. I asked where the ice machine was and I was told you have to go to Safeway and buy a bag. Remember if they they offer Room #10 just say NO don't go look at it.
Seemed like a good deal and had good reviews but not too impressed. The service was not polite and impersonal and was near the railroad. Wasn't at all what I was expecting and in my opinion not worth the hassel for the price.
Our room was beautifully decorated and the proprietor was most accommodating and informative. The room was right on Route 66 so just a little bit noisy. Being a small town, it was quiet during sleeping hours. We highly recommend this great alternative to the big, boxy hotel chains
Excellent little Inn, clean, comfortable and friendly atmosphere. Good value for money. We would recommend this Inn to anybody wanting to visit the South Rim of Grand Canyon, but not wanting to pay the high rates at the Rim itself. It does take about an hour to travel to the South Rim but it is an easy drive.
The only small critisism no place to eat breakfast except in rooms.
Friendly owners, good service, nice room (if a bit small), very clean, generous healthy snack breakfasts.
Main problem is road noise. This wooden building is very close to the road (just a few feet) and the road noise at night was a real problem. Motor bikes and trucks will wake you up regularly unless you are a *very* heavy sleeper.
Pity really; it was so nice in other ways. I cut my stay short as I needed to get a place where I could sleep.
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