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Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins

4200 Lake Mary Rd, Flagstaff, AZ 86005-9210
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#27 of 66 hotels in Flagstaff
17 beautiful fully-furnished cabins and 3 B&B suites tucked back on 13 acres of Ponderosa pine. Conveniently located 1 mile from town, but feels like your miles out in the forest. Dogs allowed for a fee. Free WIFI. Free breakfast in B&B.
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JCzapski wrote a review Jul 2020
Mesa, Arizona223 contributions19 helpful votes
We spent 3 nights here and loved it. The only room available at the Inn for the nights we wanted (we decided to get away on the spur of the moment) was Room 24 which is a 2+ bedroom suite, way more than the two of us needed! It was lovely and, of course, overall spacious but uniquely quaint! The master had a king bed and a sink, the second bedroom had a queen bed, sink and alcove with rocking chair and table with Keurig and creamers, tea, etc. The “main sitting room” had two comfortable chairs with foot stools, a large wall-mounted TV that swiveled to face the chairs and another alcove nook with a twin bed. The toilet was in a tiny room adjoining between the two bedrooms. The shower was entered from the main room and was only slightly larger than the tiny room that the toilet was in. As I mentioned above, the suite was uniquely quaint! It all worked perfectly for 2....if you had 4 or 5 in there, unless it was a family with a couple and smaller kids or young teens, it might be tight and awkward with the one tiny toilet room. Covid precautions were in effect and very well managed. Masks were required upon entering the Inn. Once you checked into your room, no one entered it until you checked out except yourselves. If you needed anything, you simply advised the front desk staff and they provided it to you in a plastic bag. You ordered your breakfast for the following morning at the front desk from a set menu for a specific time. Once you sat down at the table for breakfast, you could remove your mask to eat. Once you were at the table, the staff member was in the nearby kitchen, masked up in case you needed anything more, but the table was well set. Coffee carafe was full, pitchers of water, juice & milk were full when you arrived. All condiments (creamer, sugar packets, jelly packets, etc, were on a Lazy Susan). Your entree (a choice of three different types of egg soufflé in a ramekin) was served along with a bowl of fruit and a warm muffin at your scheduled time. We were the only ones in the spacious dining room. Entrees were all excellent (there were three choices and between us, we tried all three). The front desk staff did 8-hour shifts so we saw a morning young lady and and afternoon one. The afternoon one prepped the breakfast and the morning one popped it in the oven & served it. Both were very helpful & friendly, gave us a sheet listing local restaurants by specialty when requested and assisted us when we needed a bag of ice for a pulled muscle! The various sized cabins on the grounds appeared to all be occupied and are independent of the breakfast so except for check in & out, they pretty much do their own thing and are widely spaced in the surrounding forest. The property is lovely and extremely quiet. If it were not for the window air conditioners in our suite, it would have been totally silent. I’m looking forward to a return visit in the Fall when the leaves change and we can open the windows! Outside temps were much cooler than the Valley but being on the third floor still required a/c, in July, unfortunately! We did Sunset Crater National Monument, Walnut Canyon National Monument & Snowbowl’s Gondola Summer Lift Ride for $19/pp which took you on a 20 minute round-trip ride up the mountain to 12,000’ with a lovely view of the surrounding area, including a distance view of the Grand Canyon, 76 miles away! Due to Covid restrictions and the fact we, personally, are not dining inside in restaurants, we found it difficult to find restaurants that were open (many, in general were totally closed) and had outside dining. We ended up dining at two different breweries with outside dining (both had excellent dinners) and then picking up a pizza the third night near the ASU campus and bringing it back to the Inn and eating in. Even a lot of pizzerias were totally closed.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
Lori B C wrote a review May 2020
Phoenix, Arizona1 contribution
Had the chance to stay at az mntn inn for the first time this past weekend. Was a little nervous traveling during these covid times, but needed to stay the night in Flagstaff. The setting is beautiful the cabins are in among the Pines. They were immaculately clean and I felt very safe knowing that they were thoroughly disinfected. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. I would highly recommend this place for a fun family gathering to stay in a cabin in the woods.
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Date of stay: May 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
Dale T wrote a review Mar 2020
12 contributions2 helpful votes
We loved our first stay at this interesting b+b! W loved the room! The staff was outstanding! We had Missy as our hospitality person. She was outstanding and very kind.Because of Missy and the beautiful property,we will be back!!
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Jeff wrote a review Jan 2020
Phoenix, Arizona4 contributions1 helpful vote
Had purchased a gift certificate at a charity event with the hopes of staying here with my wife. Time got away from me and I was about a week away from it expiring. I tried calling to see if I were to reserve a room and pay in full if I could use it prior to the expiration date but they refused to honor it. In their defense I should have used it sooner but this is really just poor customer service. Rather than paying the difference of $250 they instead get nothing. Additionally, they miss out on the ability for me to refer friends if I had gone and enjoyed myself. On top of that, now they have a less than desirable review. It wouldn't have killed them to just honor the certificate since I did agree to use it prior to the date as well as prepaying for the full stay (even if it were non refundable).
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Response from Mary B, Owner at Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins
Responded Jan 22, 2020
Hi Jeff - I think there was some miscommunication (on our end) as to what you were requesting. I am happy to honor your gift certificate. Just give us a call, assuming of course you'd still like to use it. I certainly apologize for the confusion.
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Lisa wrote a review Dec 2019
West Monroe, Louisiana9 contributions1 helpful vote
This is an adequate place to stay. We have stayed at better cabins/treehouses in other areas. For the price, I thought they would be a little more updated. I have never had to take my trash to the dumpster after leaving at any place I have stayed. The mattress in our cabin is old so you feel the springs. No TV in the cabin, but I take responsibility for that for not doing more research. Just never occurred to me that there wouldn't be a TV. I wrote a review previously, and I have never seen the owner comment. Doesn't seem like she has commented on any reviews for quite a while.
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Date of stay: September 2019
Response from Mary B, Owner at Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins
Responded Jan 2, 2020
Hi Lisa - I'm so sorry for my slow responses! Honestly, I didn't see these reviews. I'm not sure if you stayed with us twice or if you just reviewed us twice as I couldn't determine which reservation(s) is yours. We have found over the years if we ask guests to dump their trash, guests tend to leave the cabins in better overall condition which helps in keeping our overall cleaning costs down. Most guests seem not to mind, but those that don't want to take it out, well they don't and that's fine too. We do replace the mattresses on a regular basis and Cabin 5's has been replaced. We purposely don't have TV's and overall I think many folks appreciate it. It is posted on our Web site and i'ts part of our script when verbally confirming reservations, "There are no TV's or phones in the cabins, but we do have Wifi." We purposely do not provide paper towels to reduce waste, but we do provide a dish towel and are happy to give you as many of those as you'd like. Also, there are bath mats in all the bathrooms, so you don't have to step out onto a slippery floor. (Some of my response is based on your previous comments.) Again, my apologies for my delayed response. Thanks for staying with us!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins
Which popular attractions are close to Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins?
Nearby attractions include Flagstaff Extreme (2.3 miles), Coconino National Forest (2.2 miles), and Riordan Mansion State Historic Park (2.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and reduced mobility rooms.
Is parking available at Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins?
Conveniently located restaurants include Agave Mexican Restaurant, Delhi Palace cuisine of india, and Simply Delicious Cafe Daily Fare.
Are pets allowed at Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Riordan Mansion State Historic Park (2.0 miles) and Historic Downtown and Railroad District (2.8 miles).
Is Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.