We spent three nights in Mariposa....although small it was very comfortable with an awesome view. I would highly recommend they install ceiling fans as the rooms get quite warm and stuffy. The little bag of peanut brittle pieces wrapped in plastic wrap left for us in our room was a bit tacky. A B & B of this rating should be treating guests with fine chocolates. Now.... the breakfast. As long as there are enough guests they have the Hilton's chef on site; however, on those off mornings the owner cooks. A chef she is NOT! We were served VERY weak coffee, a compote made of rotten fruit, and something disgusting she called a "new recipe.". Also, beware of the fruit compote!! We left the mountain and went out to breakfast. We are early-risers but coffee was not available until after 7:00 and we had to go in search of it. Many B&B's offer coffee from a Keurig or
otherwise ..... available at all times. They did offer cold drinks at all times and a bowl of fruit....again, old and shriveled up.
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- As the only b&b built on the side of one of Sedona's famous red rocks, The Penrose provides commanding views from every room of some of the formations that make Sedona a top-rated tourist attraction. Guests also enjoy gourmet breakfasts, flat-screen tvs, double jacuzzis or double showers, light airy rooms with uncluttered decor, and access to free drinks and snacks 24/7. ... more less
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