Williams House Rental Photos and Description
2 bedrooms, 2 baths
Enjoy a weekend away in the 'Gateway to the Grand Canyon,' where you are within walking distance to all that Williams has to offer. Walk to fabulous restaurants and sightsee the many route 66 shops and galleries, or hike right out of the house up Bill Williams Mountain. Ride the train to the Grand Canyon, view wildlife at BEARIZONA, drive the south road to Sycamore Canyon, hike, or fish, and end your day in a relaxing home.
This Williams House has all the necessities for unwinding after a day of adventure, 2 bedrooms, bonus room with bunk beds & washer/dryer, 2 bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, a cozy fireplace, and books, games or toys to enjoy with family and friends in the evening. Wifi is also available to plan your next day & stay connected back home.
Williams is the shortest route from I-40 to the Grand Canyon, and at an elevation of just under 7,000 feet, it is a great escape in all seasons. The average summer high temperatures are in the low 80’s. Williams is listed in the National Register of Historic places as most of the buildings were constructed in the early 1900’s. Williams has an abundance of ‘things’ to do.
Outdoors: Golfing in the pines
Hike surrounding mountains & trails
World Class Hunting within minutes
Fish at your choice of 7 local lakes
Elk Ridge Skiing and Tubing
Sightseeing: Historic downtown
Grand Canyon Railway Depot & Museum
Perkinsville Scenic Drive
Grand Canyon Caverns
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
Guestbook comments from the owner
Dear Mr. & Mrs. Coleman,
We have enjoyed making this our home away from home.
We have enjoyed our time at the Grand Canyon and its so restful to come here, cook our evening meal - relax - read books, play games and soak up this pleasant weather.
Thank you for making this possible for our family. I hope you can continue to open your house to others. May God Bless you.
Williams is the place where Veronica grew up and after marrying began visiting family in the area more and more often. We would ski, hike the Canyon and surrounding mountains, or just hang out Family. After a few years of camping out in the living room, or renting a motel room, we decided to find a place where we could build memories with our growing family. In 2007 we found the house on 1st street and it was perfect for our needs. In 2008 we opened our home to others as we know first hand how great it is to find a nice place that can serve as an inexpensive home base with all the comforts of home for a family on vacation.
We chose the house on 1st street because it was within walking distance of all the town has to offer and yet is a short drive to the other activities we enjoy. The house is close enough to walk to our friends and families places for coffee and visits, or to go for runs or hikes right out the front door.