Flagstaff House Rental Photos and Description
3 queen bedrooms, 2 full bath, sleeps 6 + 2 extra on a queen leather couch.
Enjoy a comfortable cottage in the Flagstaff pines. Enjoy two porches and a flagstone patio - great relief from Arizona's summer heat. Cook for the bunch in a spacious kitchen, and eat at dining table for six plus counter space, or order out. Head to town for dinner - front door to any downtown chair is 20 minutes - parking and walking included.
Walk/Bike through the friendly roads in Kachina Village and the local forest roads - head a mile down to Pumphouse Wash and hike in the neighborhood, see elk in the Kachina meadow, or visit the San Francisco Peaks, Wupatki/Sunset Crater, Meteor Crater, Grand Canyon, Oak Creek Canyon and Sedona. Lots of other places to be outside. Lots of shops, restaurants, (Sushi) bars and attractions around town. Be sure to check out The Orpheum Theater and the Pinewood Ampitheater - they're great venues for live shows.
$200 Weekends (Th-Sat)
plus $100 cleaning & 7.4% tax
'Drop in' - Call 24-48 hrs ahead and I'll likely give a good discount, esp during the week - just call/email and mention this to find out more - varies by how busy it is.
$25 to $50/night off summer rates
PLUS cleaning and $250 Refundable deposit (just a hold on your card)
Dogs $10/night. Call to approve.
Undeclared pets of any kind - forfeit deposit.
Check in after 4 pm. Check out at 11am. The door has a keypad, and there are keys in a lockbox. Enter the code you receive with your invoice payment confirmation, press the 'unlock' button, and it should open. If it fails, do it again with some minor jiggling and tongue-biting and/or swearing. That should do it! ;^)
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- pets considered
Guestbook comments from the owner
Just a quick note to say thanks for the great house, hospitality & information on the local area.
Have left you a little bit of Australia in the form of Bundaberg Rum. It's not much, but if you like spirits, this is lovely - either straight with a couple cubes of ice, or with Coke.
Once again thank you for the house, advice & hospitality.
I work and travel around the west, and am not home much, so make my home available to friends and visitors.
I also have a brick Victorian home in Colorado Springs that I'm restoring and updating to make into another vacation home, so that's keeping me busy the last year as well.
I've owned the place since 1998. After living in Flagstaff for ten years I decided to buy this place - well built and insulated with 6' walls, double pane windows, big covered front porch and huge level back yard made it unique in the neighborhood.
When you visit, you stay in my home - not a sterile time-share. The neighborhood is treed, safe and has quick and easy access to town and sights - whether Grand Canyon or Sedona, Indian ruins, volcanoes, live music/festivals (seems like almost every weekend).