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2 - 7 night minimum stay
  • 1 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
#170883
    (15)
    • 2 BR,
    • 2 BA,
    • Sleeps 6
    #438930vb
      (21)
      2 night minimum stay
      • 2 BR,
      • 1 BA,
      • Sleeps 3
      #326647
        (34)
        • 2 BR,
        • 2 BA,
        • Sleeps 9
        #500676vb
          (6)
          • 1 BR,
          • 1 BA,
          • Sleeps 4
          #331082
            (4)
            • 3 BR,
            • 2 BA,
            • Sleeps 8
            #480513vb
              (20)
              2 - 4 night minimum stay
              • 4 BR,
              • 2 BA,
              • Sleeps 10
              #315454vb
                (18)
                28 - 30 night minimum stay
                • 3 BR,
                • 2 BA,
                • Sleeps 7
                #208806vb
                  (6)
                  2 night minimum stay
                  • 2 BR,
                  • 2 BA,
                  • Sleeps 6
                  #317862vb
                    (3)
                    • 2 BR,
                    • Sleeps 4
                    #229915vb
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                      Recent Sedona Reviews

                      WE WOULD LOVE TO CALL THIS CABIN HOME

                      5 of 5
                      I could not stop myself from reading the guest book and then recording our stay to be read by the next visitor. I travel often for work and still give the cabin a 5 stars rating. We came to mountain bike and hike, never expecting the cabin to be one a highlight of the trip. In the tourist excitement of Sedona, how wonderful to go home (and yes we quickly imagined ourselves living there) to the quiet cool stone patio with its rocking chairs, bird feeders that look like artwork, busy with squirrels and robins, and the Arizona hummingbirds, who make a tiny helicopter sound, as they whizz to and from their feeder, which lights up at dusk. As dusk settles, outside mood lights magically coming on, and you can feel and hear the cool breeze coming down the side of the canyon, fragrantly stirring the pine trees. We arrived to stone step, with lights leading to a rustic log door. A CD was playing songs of local Native American Indians, beating the drums, while dancers chanted to the spirits. The incense smelled of Arizona grasses, blue skies, and red rocks, which lead us away from mountain biking, to rediscover the ancient cliff dwellings and walk the trails of the Sedona State Park. The cabin. What can I say to sum it all up, that has not been already said by the other enchanted VRBO reviewers, except I found antique silver spoons in the kitchen drawers. The cabin was spotless inside and out. Everything was thoughtful, to the red gloss kitchen cabinets, morning coffee from the Krups single cup maker, a full spice drawer, and artifacts and mystical rocks, mixed with art, displayed around the cabin for our pleasure. Debra is an experienced host and we considered her to be a friend when she called to remind us that rains can lead to Oak Creek Canyon road closures. We found a basket filled with more tour brochures then time for, which sent us to the Flagstaff observatory to view the evening stars. The collection of DVD entertained us at night with Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lady Vanishes. Cookies found on the butcher block with hot chocolate. A store gift certificate used to buy mushroom pasta made by locals. We consider the trip to be a perfect success, with a small personal exception. As with all trips, everything can’t be perfect for everyone. The big beautiful leather couch in front of the fireplace was not comfortable after a hard day on the bike trails. We found it lacked movie watching back support and took to the chairs.
                      • Submitted: Jul 5, 2014
                      • Stayed: Apr 2014

                      COMFORTABLE STAY

                      5 of 5
                      We were a little concerned about the owners being in the back house since we have had some issues at other places we have rented with owners dropping by unannounced, but we had no issues here. We were welcomed when we arrived and given some good tips about the area and then we were left alone for the rest of our stay. The neighborhood is very quiet. We even saw a family of deer walking through the neighborhood one night. We were quite comfortable in the casita.
                      • Submitted: Feb 3, 2013
                      • Stayed: Jan 2013

                      COZY CABIN PERFECT FOR EXPLORING RED ROCK COUNTRY, GREAT FOR KIDS

                      5 of 5
                      We stayed in this lovely cabin the last week of 2012. It was perfect for our family with 3 kids - 7, 5, 2. The ample outside space allowed the kids to practice their soccer skills every day. The kitchen was well-stocked and the heater worked very well. We loved the breakfast table with the great view of Cathedral Rock. We saw a rather large coyote on our drive back to the cabin one evening. The owner Marcia recommended the Heartline Cafe where we had a delicious four course Christmas dinner. On the last day it snowed and was absolutely gorgeous. Nice selection of reading material and games. Sedona is a lovely town and a great base for exploring the area. We did several nearby hikes and went to the mining town of Jerome for a day. We also visited Walnut Canyon, Tuzigoot and Montezuma castle national monuments all of which have ancient Indian dwellings. The older kids were proud of the Junior Ranger park badges they earned. We never turned on the TV or used the iPad the whole week! We stayed in a few hotels following our stay in Sedona and we really missed the extra space and privacy the cabin provided.
                      • Submitted: Jan 8, 2013
                      • Stayed: Dec 2012