An Old West atmosphere adds authenticity to this unique escape near the Grand Canyon.
With only six spacious cabins on five wooded acres, this outdoor destination ensures privacy and personalized service. The town of Williams was founded in 1881, and today the "Gateway to the Grand Canyon" also serves as home to this unique bed-and-breakfast. A hearty cowboy meal starts each day, while evening campfires give guests the opportunity to recount their day's adventures.
Antiques and Western art adorn the cabins; all also come with modern comforts and rustic-chic touches such as mini-fridges with free water, juice and soft drinks, microwaves, flat-screen TVs, wine glasses with wine openers, hand-crafted copper sinks and luxury bath products. Area activities include carriage tours of historic downtown Williams, fishing and hiking at Kaibab National Forest, day trips to Sedona and Jerome, and of course, visiting the nearby Grand Canyon. Steam train trips to the canyon can be arranged by the innkeepers.
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