Dry Creek Lodge is a one-of-a-kind, old Sedona historic property, originally built in the 1940’s and lovingly remodeled in 1993. The main house, of this large ranch home, has four bedrooms and three baths. There is a separate 705 square foot guest house for added accommodations and a large swimming pool enclosure with hot tub and 2 fireplaces to add to this very private property’s ambience.
Dry Creek Lodge's beautiful red rock setting, with its natural surroundings, pool enclosure and abundant accommodations, offers a secluded resort-like setting many people pay much, much more for at area resorts, but offers that all so important private place to rest and relax away from the crowds, those resorts cannot.
This uniquely built 2 1/4 acre Sedona vacation home is nestled in the northwestern corner of West Sedona not far from Lizardhead Rock and Thunder Mountain. The main house is a spacious 4,500 square feet, and along with the additional guesthouse, Dry Creek Lodge will accommodate up to twelve people very comfortably.
A beautiful Sedona vacation getaway, with wonderful views of the western horizon and the Boynton Canyon area, Dry Creek Lodge is just up the street from trails to Vultee Arch and Devils Bridge and just a few minutes drive from local amenities.
The pool enclosure, with a full size pool, 12' by 12' hot tub and two beehive gas fireplaces, add to the ambiance of this fabulous vacation getaway. The perfect place to relax, the pool area also offers a very private place to enjoy a outdoor massage by one of Sedona's many wonderful massage therapists. We'll be happy to recommend someone if you're interested.
The grounds at the lodge, with its plentiful green grass, native trees and cactus, provide lots of quiet spaces to sit and enjoy your time away from it all and maybe by chance observe a local bird or two. Flagstone walkways meander between the pool and shady mesquite trees to the guesthouse and back, making for a very park-like atmosphere
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