The WRR is a very well cared for home that had everyone one needs, proximity to town, the train station, and a short day trip distance to the South Rim of thenGrand Canyon. We had 3 adults and 2 kids (4 & 5 yo). We had ample room and the loft area was a particular treat for our boys. The owner and the property manager were very easy to reach and helpful when we had a few questions. The only thing we missed was a hair dryer and wine opener ( which we were able to pick up at the Dollar General and left behind for whoever comes next).
There are enough towels to go around, but no separate hot tub towels. The hot tub was great - a nice addition for the cool evenings. The children's playset and trampoline also got near daily use.
The patio was great to enjoy a morning coffee and book.
The trains just across the prairie were fun to watch and not a problem at night unless you are an early or light sleeper.
We did the train to he South rim which was great as its nearly 100 years old. They make it fun for everyone with entertainment on board and cabin stewards that provide a lot of info along the trip. We used our train tickets the next day to get into the Grand Canyon for free ($25 car entry fee waived) and explored deeper at our own leisure. Do not miss seeing the El Tovar hotel, the Desert View Watchtower, and taking a hike among the many available trails.
We also took in Bearizona (which we didn't know offers a discount to those who have taken the train ride) and the very dated Bedrock City.
We likened Williams to Radiator Springs - very quaint with very nice people.