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Historic Old Town Cottonwood

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“antique shops”(42 reviews)
Historic District of Cottonwood Arizona
North Main Street, Cottonwood, AZ 86326
+1 928-649-1649
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All reviewsmain streetold town cottonwoodantique shopswine tastingtavern grilleboth sidesday triprock shopwithin walking distancegreat foodfew hoursworth a stopverde valleyolive oilcouple of hoursfun placerooms
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The Old Town area of Cottonwood is out of the way the newer busier commercial areas of town and is a much slower pace of life, meant for really enjoying yourself and taking your time walking around and exploring. There are art galleries, an old...More

1  Thank stephminton
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Staying in Cornville Cottonwood is a short drive. The choice of restaurants in town is excellent and if you are into wine, olive oils, arts, crafts and antiques the town has much to offer. Definitely worth a visit.

Thank Keith F
Reviewed 1 week ago

Those who looked into the future of Cottonwood certainly saw that its history was worthwhile and restoration was marketable.

Thank PhilOp48
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Cottonwood Main Street is charming. A nice selection of restaurants, casual atmosphere and unique shops. Tasting rooms and winery tours are relaxing and informative. Short drive to Jerome on the “ must see Hwy 89A”. Beautiful hiking, biking. Temperant weather makes for relaxing stay. Suggest...More

1  Thank A6478UAsamg
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A nice little old town with cute little shops and eateries. You can taste wine to have a scoop of gelato. Lots of history and an interesting place to visit.

Thank IndySig
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Without the cars on the road you could be in the 19th Century. Really quaint old American town. Plenty of shops and restaurants and wine tasting as well!!

Thank Nev B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Downtown Cottonwood has so much to offer, from small breakfast cafe's, outstanding lunch and dinner offerings and a multitude of other shops. There are wine tasting spots to visit downtown and they decorate the place up nice for the holidays. There are folks hanging out...More

Thank J2d2jr76
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

You know, Cottonwood is a nice little town. The Cottonwood Commercial Historic District has nice shops and plenty of places to eat. I went there with my son, daughter-in-law and grand-kids. However, when ever I visit a city or town I go with the intention...More

1  Thank Tony S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Easy to walk shop to shop, lots of different shops, great places to eat! Boccee Pizza, Crema and Nic's are my favorites places to eat. Thai palace too. Lots of parking... on street and several lots.

Thank Jolly_Jill_GA
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We had a relaxing day just window shopping and strolling this part of town. Ended up having lunch and purchasing a few items too. Parking is free if you check different lots. Public bathrooms near one end of town.

Thank bmonson
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January 22, 2018|
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Response from sanitationgirl2000 | Reviewed this property |
you really cant compare the two by any means. Cottonwood basically has one long strip of stores,nothing that fascinating, lots of stores with rocks,boutiques nothing to go out of the way for.Sedona is beautifu,and has LOTS... More
Thomas T
July 6, 2017|
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Response from Tony V | Reviewed this property |
there are two places to stay in old town- one behind the Tavern restaurant, a 2nd on main street closer to Bocce restaurant. the train along the river is a 2.5 mile drive from old town.
March 23, 2017|
Response from ShawnaCanuck |
Sorry everyone...meant to write a review and ended up in questions. :-(