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Recent Canyon Country & Northeast property reviews

  • Nice house, but circumspect sleeping arrangements

    "We stayed here for two nights, in late March 2013. The living room, dining area, kitchen, and bathroon were all fine; comfortable, clean, well-appointed. The TV in the living room was below average; an old tube TV that was small with a picture that was very blurry. We weren't too concerned since we spent very little time watching TV. The bed mattress was just ok; it was old and a bit lumpy, but managed to be fairly comfortable. The biggest problem was the pull out bed in the sofa. The mattress was so thin and beaten up it was like sleeping on a blanket. And the wires meant to support the mattress were broken so the bottom corner of the mattress (about a third of the mattess) fall onto the floor. In short the pull out bed sofa was unusable."
    Guest: Stephen B. Date of Stay: March 2013 Review Submitted: April 14, 2013
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  • Great quiet place

    "What a wonderful relaxing place. The cottage was much bigger than we expected. Well furnished and very clean. I'd be hard pressed to say that this would be suitable for 10 with only a single bathroom, but for a smaller group it would be fine. I'd certainly consider staying here again."
    Guest: lee Date of Stay: September 2013 Review Submitted: September 9, 2013
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  • Great Get-Away

    "We were impressed and thrilled, the pictures are exactly how it is. Very Clean and up to date. Loved the heat lamp in the bathroom. We both were amazed at how quiet the sourroundings were and would stay here again."
    Guest: Flagstaff Lovers Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 30, 2014
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  • A Great Summer in Sedona

    "We stayed at this property July & August 2012 and had a wonderful time. The owners are very accommodating and interesting people and made us feel very welcome. The property was well maintained, clean and decorated in a most interesting Southwest motif. We enjoyed being in Sedona at this "cabin" so much that we plan to return again summer 2013."
    Guest: n/a Date of Stay: July 2012 Review Submitted: September 4, 2012
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Canyon Country & Northeast Travel Tips

Getting to Northern Arizona Vacation Rentals

Northern Arizona is famous for the Grand Canyon and it attracts many tourists throughout the year. For visitors from other parts of the world, your main access points are either Phoenix, Arizona or Las Vegas, Nevada. As the crow flies, Las Vegas is closer but the vast canyon lands make access limited so Phoenix is actually the closest major airport when you travel by car. It is located approximately 230 miles south from the Grand Canyon. Phoenix hosts most major airlines from North America and also has good flight connections to other destinations in Europe, South and Central America. Las Vegas International Airport has regular direct flights from the major eastern cities and Europe. If you don't want to drive the 200 or more miles to Northern Arizona then you can get a domestic flight to Flagstaff which has a regional airport. Flagstaff has regularly scheduled flights from Phoenix, Las Vegas and other cities, such as Denver or Salt Lake City. Your best option once in Northern Arizona is to hire a car. There are bus and rail services but they do not operate on a daily basis so you will need to plan carefully if you want to travel this way.

Year-Round Vacations at Northern Arizona Cabins

Arizona is known for its year-round warm climate. The summer months which run from May to October can get blisteringly hot. You need to protect yourself from the sun if you plan to spend any time outdoors. Sunhats, sunglasses, sunscreen and long sleeves are essential, and closed boots are recommended as the terrain is gravelly. In the winter months, it can still get very warm during the day and temperatures drop to below freezing at night. Snow does occur occasionally, especially at higher altitudes. Your best bet is to wear layers so you can peel off or add on as the weather changes. Because of these extremes, most people say that their favorite time of year to visit is during the spring and fall months. The temperatures are somewhat milder but still warm enough to explore and enjoy the many magnificent sights.

Major Attractions and Activities at Northern Arizona Lodging

Most people travel to Northern Arizona to see the impressive natural landmark known as the Grand Canyon. The canyon stretches for a distance of 277 miles along the Colorado River. In places, the canyon is 18 miles wide and more than a mile deep. Scenically, it is one of the most dramatic and impressive landscapes that you can ever wish to see. Sections of the canyon are protected national parkland. There are several viewing sites and lookout points on the canyon's rim. If you want to get a close up perspective of the canyon, one of the best ways is to take a whitewater rafting trip down the Colorado River. Local outfitters offer guided day trips as well as multi-day trips. There are various launch sites depending on which type of trip you opt for. Another way to explore the canyon is by following one of the many hiking trails. If you are inexperienced, it is best to take a guided trip with one of the park rangers or local outfitters.

Visitors to Arizona Vacation Rentals

Northern Arizona attracts a wide variety of visitors. Some come just to tick off the Grand Canyon on their travel list. Others come to marvel and explore its landscapes. Many artists and photographers visit to capture the scenery on film or canvas. Outdoor enthusiasts can choose from a number of great adventure activities in the area.

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