Enjoy your stay in a newly remodeled modern style duplex. It is fully furnished for you to enjoy your home away from home. A king bed in the master with private full bath, a queen bed in guest room, a 2nd full bathroom, twin air mattress and infant/toddler pack n play . You are 10 minutes from YRMC East, Findley Toyota Center, ERAU, and Prescott Regional Airport. 17 minutes away from downtown Prescott where you can enjoy shopping, restaurants, hiking, biking, a number of museums , and a zoo.
“This place was fantastic, above our expectations. Checking in was simple, she even contacted us to let us know we could check in early if needed. WiFi was fast, smart TV was easy to use and the use of the garage was a mega bonus for us to store our bikes. The bedding and towels were luxurious. This place had all the extra touches you really appreciate! Would definitely book again.”
Explore the high desert plateau from this private home on a secluded cul-de-sac near the Bradshaw Mountains. Scenic drives, hikes, shopping, and golf are just minutes away, or just soak up precious down time on the deck with views all around.
“Sheri's place was perfect! A lot more space than the pictures let us to believe. It was very homey. We had some full days all around Sedona, Camp Verde, Cottonwood, and Jerome but Sheri's home was a destination in and of itself that we looked forward to going back to.”
Our home is in a quiet region of Prescott surrounded by the beautiful Ponderosa Pines, yet near downtown Prescott. You'll have options , for example to hike on the trails at the end of our street, one mile to Lynx Lake or spend a day in the Grand Canyon, Sedona or Jerome to name a few.
“This is a very nice place to get away from the hustle of daily life. Close enough to town to get food and look around but off the beaten path with close hikes and a stream right across the single lane road. Very cozy. A good place to slow down and recharge. We didn’t need much but Kathleen was very quick to respond and very polite/ friendly when we messaged her. Oils definitely stay again if we needed a place.”