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Guest Room B: Central heating and air conditioning keep you comfortable any time of year & blackout curtains help with morning sleepPrivate Guest Bath: Super clean along with the rest of the house
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Historic Route 66 among Majestic Pines by Forest

Historic Route 66 among Majestic Pines by Forest

4 goście
2 sypialnie
2 Łóżka
1 prywatna łazienka
4 goście
2 sypialnie
2 Łóżka
1 prywatna łazienka

Get almost an entire home: 2 guest rooms w/private bath, 2 Queen-size beds, living & dining areas, full kitchen & laundry privileges. I'm in the Master bedroom/bath by 5 pm. You’ll love my home for a quiet night's rest, comfortable pillow-top beds w/fine linens, Continental breakfast, coffee/tea station, patio w/gas grill & fire pit, hi-speed internet, garage parking, forest view, large DVD collection, only distant train sounds, & nearby trail into the woods. Drive to downtown & local sites.

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Wi-Fi
Darmowe miejsce parkingowe
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Klimatyzacja
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Sypialnia 1
1 łóżko typu "queen"
Sypialnia 2
1 łóżko typu "queen"

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Zakaz palenia
Nieodpowiednie dla zwierząt
Zakaz organizowania imprez
Zameldowanie o dowolnej godzinie po 16:00
Wyjazd przed 10:00
Samodzielne zameldowanie z opcją Skrytka

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149 recenzje

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Eileen - Profil Użytkownika
Eileen
maj 2018
Some people go the extra mile but this went one step further. A beautiful house with all the amenities you could ever require. Complete privacy if wanted and a hostess who made you feel completely welcome
Roberta - Profil Użytkownika
Odpowiedź od Roberta:
Thanks, Eileen! Since you come to the area on occasion, another place of interest to visit is the Elden Pueblo Archeological Site. It's the site of an ancient Sinagua (Sin ah’ wa) village with 60-70 rooms constructed of compacted stones inhabited by 200-300 people from about A.D. 1070 to 1275. The site is unique by making archaeology and the study of ancient peoples accessible to the public as an active archeological site. Since 1978, professional archaeologists have supervised members of the public in excavations, archaeological research techniques, and artifact analysis through a variety of public and school programs. A 250-yard path leads from the parking lot to and around the ruins through the pines. It's thought to have been part of a major trading system, evidenced by discoveries of trade items such as macaw skeletons from as far south as Mexico, and shell jewelry from coastal California. Two burial mounds are within the site and another nearby. Discoveries here suggest Sunset Crater volcano may have erupted over a much longer period of time than previously thought. It's located one mile north of the Flagstaff Mall on the west side of US-89 North, just south of its junction with Townsend-Winona Road. A sign for “Elden Pueblo Ruins” leads into the parking lot. I hope to see you again the next time you are in town.
maj 2018
Jocelyne - Profil Użytkownika
Jocelyne
maj 2018
Limpio con todo que uno podia querer. Como a la casa
Roberta - Profil Użytkownika
Odpowiedź od Roberta:
Thank you, Jocelyne! I loved hosting you - such wonderful guests. If you like hiking and are ever in Flagstaff again you may like the Inner Basin Trail, especially in fall. It begins in Lockett Meadow which is ringed with aspen stands and the majestic high peaks of the San Francisco Peaks. The trail leads into the mountain’s quiet Inner Basin, winding through a shady forest to join the Waterline Trail briefly before following a service road into the mountain's Inner Basin, connecting to the Weatherford Trail on the far side. It’s a moderate to strenuous hike with a steady gain of 600 ft in elevation per mile at high elevation. Spring and summer wildflowers add a sprinkling of blue, red and yellow to the peaceful scene. Fall turns the extensive stands of aspen trees covering the steep slopes of the caldera to solid gold, Winter avalanche tracks streak down the talus slopes exposing remnants of old lava flows which bear witness to the mountain’s turbulent heritage.
maj 2018
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Jeanine
kwiecień 2018
Staying here felt like a second home, highly recommend.
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Odpowiedź od Roberta:
Thank you so much, Jeanine! If you like camping, the next time you're in Flagstaff I suggest the Lockett Meadow Campground. It offers a scenic view of the San Francisco Peaks and dry camping in the cool aspen trees that surround Lockett Meadow. It’s wonderful for those who cherish a real mountain camping experience and love to hike wilderness trails. You may catch a glimpse of the natural residents such as porcupine or elk and hear the song of a hermit thrush that sings his best here. Black bears have been known to stroll right through groups of picnickers. There are restroom facilities but no water, and camping sites are a first-come, first-served basis with 17 single unit sites, fire rings, and picnic tables. The Inner Basin Trail begins here and leads to the inner basin with magnificent views of the San Francisco Peaks and aspen trees. In the fall they turn gold for an amazing sight.
kwiecień 2018
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Yash
kwiecień 2018
Roberta is an amazing host and her beautiful home was a great place for us to stay while exploring the Grand Canyon. The home is super clean, very organized with explicit instructions which we loved and great amenities and supplies for breakfast. Thanks Roberta !
Roberta - Profil Użytkownika
Odpowiedź od Roberta:
Thanks, Yash! While you were here I hope you enjoyed the Ponderosa Pines in my yard and the surrounding area. Flagstaff got its name when lumberjacks celebrating the 4th of July in 1876 nailed a U.S. flag to the top of a tall Ponderosa Pine and called the unnamed settlement Flagstaff. My home sits on the edge of the Coconino National Forest and a trail into the woods is a short walk away. The forest covers 1.856-million acres in Northern Arizona and is one of the most diverse National Forests in the country with landscapes ranging from the famous red rocks of Sedona to Ponderosa pine forests, from southwestern desert to alpine tundra. It’s mostly a pine-covered plateau cut by deep canyons and bordered on the south by the spectacular Mogollon Rim, a 1,000-foot cliff running for miles across central Arizona. It includes the San Francisco Peaks, with Humphreys Peak at 12,633 feet being the highest mountain in Arizona and is visible throughout Flagstaff. The forest is flanked on the southwest by the Verde River, and the elevation throughout ranges from 2,600 to 12,633 feet. The commonly known Ponderosa Pine is the Pinus ponderosa also known as the bull pine, blackjack pine, or western yellow-pine and is a very large pine tree species of variable habitat native to the western United States and Canada. It’s the most widely distributed pine species in North America. The bark is fire resistant, the tree loses its lower branches as it grows, and has been documented as reaching 268 feet high. I love walking through the woods near my home, enjoying these majestic pines.
kwiecień 2018
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Rosemary
kwiecień 2018
Roberta really goes the extra step to make a nice stay. Every thing you need is there for you, as well as tons of extras. She even provides coffee, tea and breakfast items (cereal, toast, yogurt...) It was nice to have use of the kitchen, ( we made lunches to take along for our t…
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Odpowiedź od Roberta:
Thank you so much, Rosemary. Loved hosting you both! If in this area again a nice place to visit is Picture Canyon, a 478-acre nature preserve in Flagstaff with hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, wildlife viewing opportunities with many birds and mammals living there, a waterfall, and ancient Northern Sinagua petroglyphs. It’s free and open year-around. It’s named for the hundreds of pictographs and other archaeological remains that attest to at least a thousand years of occupation by the Northern Sinagua Native American tribe prior to European settlement and is listed on the National Record of Historic Places. There are three hiking trails: Don Weaver, 0.7 miles providing views of the inner canyon and the Rio de Flag river (no swimming allowed.) The Tom Moody Loop trail is 2.8 miles and relatively flat, forming an outer loop around the canyon preserve. And the Arizona Trail is a 1.5-mile section going through the canyon preserve that is part of an 800-mile trail connecting Mexico to Utah. It’s a lovely place to visit for easy hiking while getting to see amazing ancient petroglyphs on the rocks.
kwiecień 2018
Tanner - Profil Użytkownika
Tanner
kwiecień 2018
We had a great stay. This was our first experience with Airbnb and we were a bit apprehensive about staying in someone's home. But everything about this place took away all anxiety. Roberta sent us a message with very good directions to the house. The description of what to exp…
Roberta - Profil Użytkownika
Odpowiedź od Roberta:
Thank you, Tanner! It was a pleasure hosting you and your family, and I hope you stay here again. If you come back again next year in March or April and we've had decent snowfall, as opposed to this year, then a nice site to see are the Grand Falls. Only 30 miles Northeast of Flagstaff, they are also known as the Chocolate Falls due to their often muddy appearance. At 185 feet (56 meters) they are taller than Niagara Falls. The best time to view them is March or April unless it’s been a dry winter in which case they will not be flowing. Known in the Southwest for its many tiers of water, wide stance, and beautiful rainbows created by the impact and spray, the Grand Falls are incredible phenomena. Located on the Navajo Nation in the Painted Desert, it dumps snowmelt or monsoon rain into the Little Colorado River below. It formed when lava from nearby Merriam Crater flowed into the Little Colorado River creating a lava dam. The river was forced to reroute itself around the dam and the Grand Falls formed where the river rejoins its original course. A Navajo Nation hiking permit is required to visit, and it is remote and no major paved roads access it. The closest road, Grand Falls Road, crosses the floor of the Little Colorado River and at times during the year, only a four-wheel-drive vehicle can traverse it. To access the Falls a passenger car can reach the south side of the river. However, a four-wheel-drive vehicle is then required and only Navajo guides or experienced back-country people are advised to take the road across the river. The Falls are only a one-half mile easy hike from the trailhead. There are picnic benches and gazebos next to the edge of the gully. This area is pretty remote and bringing food and water with you is recommended. Please remember that you are on Navajo land, so be respectful of leaving no trace including trash.
kwiecień 2018
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Michael
kwiecień 2018
Amazing place. Amazing host. Definitely will want to come back.
Roberta - Profil Użytkownika
Odpowiedź od Roberta:
Thanks, Michael! I’m so glad you visited the Grand Canyon South Rim while you were here, only 79 miles from Flagstaff and a 90-minute drive that is well worth it. Considered one of the Wonders of the World and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the canyon with its exposed layers of colorful rocks dating back to Precambrian times was created by the incision of the Colorado River and its tributaries after the Colorado Plateau uplifted, causing the Colorado River system to develop along its present path. In 1903, President Theodore Roosevelt visited the site and said, "The Grand Canyon fills me with awe. It is beyond comparison—beyond description; absolutely unparalleled throughout the wide world.” Millions of visitors come to see the Grand Canyon every year from all over the world. It’s an amazing sight. The park cover covers (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) acres with an average elevation of the South Rim of 6800 feet (2072 meters), and the bottom of the canyon averages 2200 feet (670 meters.) Grandview Point is 7400 feet (2255 meters.) If hiking all the way to the bottom it’s recommended to camp at least one night before heading back up to the rim due to the large elevation change. Over 250 people are rescued from the canyon every year. The driving or shuttle route is split into two segments. The western drive to Hermit's Point is 8 miles (13 km) with several overlooks along the way including Mohave Point, Hopi Point, and the Powell Memorial. From March to December access to Hermit's Rest is restricted to the free shuttle provided by the Park Service. The eastern portion to Desert View is 25 miles (40 km) and is open to private vehicles year-round. The Rim Trail is a walking trail which runs west from the Pipe Creek viewpoint for about 8 miles (13 km) of paved road, followed by 7 miles (11 km) unpaved to Hermit's Rest. Hikes can begin almost anywhere along this trail, and a shuttle can return hikers to their point of origin. Mather Point, the first view most people reach after parking when entering from the South Entrance, is a popular place to begin. Private canyon flyovers are provided by tours in helicopters and small airplanes, and rafting adventures along the Colorado River at the base and available. Hikes in the Grand Canyon include the Rim Trail along the edge, Bright Angel (12 miles Roundtrip), South Kaibab (6 miles RT), Hermit (5 miles RT), and very steep Grandview to Coconino Saddle (2.2 miles RT) and Horseshoe Mesa (6.4 miles RT.)
kwiecień 2018

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Flagstaff, Arizona, Stany ZjednoczoneZ nami od: marzec 2017
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I and my helpful, retired neighbor Greg love hosting on Airbnb - he's always ready to step in if I have to be gone or other help is needed. I'm a nurse and former police officer (LAPD) who retired to write, love movies, writing, Tai Chi, reading, gardening, hiking, swimming, Aiki…
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Flagstaff, Arizona, Stany Zjednoczone

The neighborhood is safe, the neighbors are nice, it is relatively quiet - some neighbors have dogs but they are good about shushing them when needed - and there are some small children. My home is bu…

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