This 1928 Spanish mission home has elegantly decorated suites with patios, and some with a gas or wood-burning fireplace. The walled-in courtyard boasts extensive mature landscaping.
Smoke free premises. 6 units. 1 story, interior/exterior corridors.
Cons: One of the things that are like best about bed and breakfast travel, is meeting new people especially around the breakfast table. I love the way the breakfast was done, and I thoroughly enjoyed it, but being a people person, I would have loved to meet some people. Now on the other hand, my wife not being as much of a people person, was just fine with it. As you can see there is very little or nothing I did not like about this bed and breakfast.
Pros: Facility was beautiful and comfortable. Food was great.
Cons: You really should have a car. Light rail is convenient for some things but lots of destinations are not close by and it is best to have a car.
Pros: Suite was comfortable with a cosy fireplace. Grounds were beautiful.
Cons: Suite needed redecorating and bathroom needed a complete renovation.
Pros: Welcome and service by our hostess and her team, which included lots of little treats and loads of water left in fridge (essential in Phoenix in summer). Beautiful setting in gardens with patios and plently of shade.
Cons: Facilities a little dated, such as rust on poolside railings and elderly sun loungers/cushions. Being situated in city centre, plenty of trafic noise. No sink to rinse used crockery/cultery or kettle for hot drinks.
Pros: Private entrance. Garage. Breakfast in the room (in pj's). Wonderful food for breakfast. Joan had made sure we would have everything we need. Beautiful grounds. Great area restaurants. Our tour to Grand Canyon was through Detour tours. They picked us up at the B & B. The tour was great. We did not want to leave Maricopa, but duty calls.