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Recent Flagstaff reviews

  • Thank you.

    "You will hear from us again! The location was perfect. The sun porch was convenient for dropping outdoor gear before tracking it through the house (i.e. great for children). You have a very nice set up and is the perfect for a family of 5."
    Guest: Jim M. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: February 18, 2014
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  • Great for families

    "What a wonderful rental! Four adults and one child (one year old) stayed for a week, and we couldn't have asked for a more perfect home. While the rental home would be great for any type of guest, the provided Pack & Play, high chair, toys and books made traveling and staying away from home with a toddler a breeze. The completely enclosed porch also made for the perfect outdoor play area! The home was easy to find and conveniently located close to major roadways. Thank you for making our stay in Flagstaff and traveling with a young child easy and memorable!"
    Guest: Family with child Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 5, 2014
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  • Quiet, relaxing home in exclusive gated community of Forest Highlands, Flagstaff, AZ

    "We recently stayed here for the month of July. When we arrived, Mary had a nice bottle of wine and chocolates waiting for us. Oh, she even had the TV on to make it seem more "homey." The house was immaculate. I have never stayed in a rental that had absolutely everything you could possibly need. She checked in with us later in the evening to make sure everything was okay and if we had any questions, to please call her. She was just a joy to deal with and had lots of good recommendations for restaurants and things to do. What we liked most was the privacy being on a cul-de-sac, not to mention one of the best views in Forest Highlands. We loved just sitting outside reading or just staring at the mountains with a cup of coffee or a glass of wine in the evening. The afternoon rains were wonderful. If we wanted to use the club and amenities, we were able to use their member number but pay with our own credit card, such a nice convenience! The house has a large hot tub in its own room off of the master bedroom. Ahhhhh....We so enjoyed that added "bonus." The beds were to die for, we felt like we were in a hotel with the fresh, comfortable linens. Also nice were the TV's in the master and family room with surround sound systems. Mary had written out in detail how to use everything. We enjoyed using the outdoor grill and again, could not get enough of the views. Forest Highlands is an amazing place. You can have it all there. Either quiet time or very social time with all of the activities the clubhouses have to offer. And then there's Flagstaff itself, so much to do and see. We were sad to leave the peace and quiet of Forest Highlands and in particular, this home :) I would highly recommend it for a fall getaway or ski trip."
    Guest: Anne Duddy Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 27, 2014
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  • Exactly what we needed!

    "My family was surprised by how big and beautiful this property was. The pictures do not do justice to how much light shines through all the huge windows. During the day, we enjoyed temperatures in the 70s. The trails out back provided a great course for our morning walks, with a stop at the big playground for my kids. My husband and I enjoyed our nightly soaks in the hottub, while the temps outside dipped into the 30s at night. The location was perfectly central for our daily trips to Sedona and the Grand Canyon. We also enjoyed exploring the beautiful town of Flagstaff itself."
    Guest: Family seeking fun! Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 20, 2014
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Flagstaff Travel Tips

Flagstaff Rentals Are for Everyone in the Family

Though the city is home to more than 52,000 people, Arizona vacations begin and end in Flagstaff because of its beautiful climate. With more and more families booking Flagstaff rentals over the years, it has quickly become one of the top tourist destinations. Looking out on the San Francisco Peaks, Flagstaff cabins allow you and your family easy access to the Grand Canyon as well.

Flagstaff Cabins Deliver the Grand Canyon

As you probably already know, Arizona vacations simply are not complete until you have seen the Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Renting Flagstaff cabins is a surefire way to do that. In fact, the city is a direct portal to the Grand Canyon which makes it the perfect location for your vacation. If you want to tour the Canyon on your own, just bring plenty of water and maps. If you prefer to be guided, there are plenty of companies offering daily tours.

Arizona Vacations in Flagstaff Are the Best Way to Go

So, aside from the Grand Canyon, what else is there to do when you are enjoying Flagstaff rentals? The answer is plenty! Surrounded by forests of ponderosa pines, there is plenty to see and do right in town. The Arboretum at Flagstaff is a 200-acre botanical garden just waiting to be visited by your family. Pay a small fee to see the country’s largest collection of wildflowers. If you are looking for a little physical activity during your stay in Flagstaff cabins, check out Mount Elden with its high peaks, trails, and picture-perfect views.

For Some Real Arizona History, Choose Flagstaff Rentals

Arizona vacations allow you and your family the chance to absorb a little southwestern history during your stay. The Museum of Northern Arizona, easily accessible from your Flagstaff rentals, features an impressive collection of Native American and natural history exhibits. For a taste of the “Old West,” visit the Riordan Mansion State Historic Park. The house, which was built in 1904, is quite impressive and sure to please.

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