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Recent Capital Territory & High Country reviews

  • Awesome weekend

    "My family and I stayed in this lovely home over a long weekend and just loved it. Very comfortable and peaceful place. It was also nice to be able to take our two dogs so that they could play and see some grass again. One of our dogs has pouted since we got home. We hope to stay here in the future! The McDonalds"
    Guest: McDonalds Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 17, 2014
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  • Wonderful getaway - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

    "The property of this cabin is very private and feels secluded. It's a beautiful wintertime setting although it was a bit challenging to drive from Phoenix as the snow was accumulating. 4WD is a must if it snows. If you want a quiet, comfortable, secluded getaway, this is it! The kitchen and bathroom have been renovated and are modern while the cabin has an overall feel of rustic, historic charm. The gas fireplace on one end and stone wood burning fireplace on the other end of the cabin kept us toasty warm. The cabin was clean and well stocked. The queen bed was comfortable. There was a TV/VCR combo (couldn't get reception but that was fine by us) and a decent video library as well as book library. Bring games and enjoy life without internet - my Verizon phone had no internet service but good phone and texting connections in the cabin. Bring everything you need because there's no grocery store, although there is a small convenient store and gas station in town. There is a good restaurant but it has limited hours. We enjoyed cooking and grilling meals at the cabin. It was a wonderfully relaxing 3-day getaway location with my significant other and dachshund. Many, many thanks to the property manager for her assistance in helping us navigate the winter driving conditions on day of arrival and accommodating us when the pipes froze for a short while. (We learned to let the water trickle from the faucet at night.) It was so comforting to know we had a good contact in this remote area in case we needed assistance. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will definitely return."
    Guest: Christine Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 6, 2015
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  • Beautiful, Cozy and Exceptionally Clean Home!!

    "We spend Thanksgiving holiday with my in-laws at this beautiful home. The pictures do not capture how well decorated this home is. The deck out back is so peaceful, and plenty of table and chairs. A gas fire pit was an added bonus too The family room fireplace is gorgeous and they had plenty of wood stocked for us. The beds were so comfortable and the kitchen stocked with everything you could ever need. W even had beautiful placemats and candles for Thanksgiving dinner in the dining room. The Torreon Clunhouse is also very nice and the bar has a great Happy Hour! We took many walks throughout the area as the weather cooperate too. I would definitely recommend to any family or famiies. It fit 4 adults and 2 teens nicely and would accommodate at least 2 more kids or adults."
    Guest: arizonians Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 8, 2014
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  • A great little spot in a good location

    "Comfortable, relaxing and everything a couple needs to enjoy what Prescott has to offer. Beth is a helpful and congenial host. We look forward to staying at the Bird Nest again in the future."
    Guest: Mark C. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 4, 2015
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Capital Territory & High Country Travel Tips

Things to See and Do near North Central Arizona Vacation Rentals

For many people, the primary attraction in North Central Arizona is the Grand Canyon and the surrounding National Park. Indeed, this is an impressive natural landscape and not to be missed. There are several viewpoints along the canyon's rim that can be accessed by road. Hiking trails can take you exploring some of the craggy rock formations of the canyon. Guided nature walks can be arranged at the ranger stations and park entrances. In addition to the Grand Canyon National Park, there are several other State Parks in the region. Some are home to beautiful natural attractions and most offer fun family recreation activities.

Finding Your Way to North Central Arizona Cabins

The main travel hub in the North Central Arizona is Flagstaff. Located approximately 58 miles south of the Grand Canyon and 174 miles north of Phoenix, it is the largest residential community in the region. Flagstaff boasts its own regional airport which hosts domestic flights from Phoenix, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City and Denver, among other cities. If traveling from further afield, you may need to route via one of these travel hubs before connecting on to Flagstaff. If you are traveling by road, you will find Flagstaff easy to get to as it sits as a major intersection of highways from the south, east and west. Traveling time from Phoenix is between two to three hours depending on traffic and road conditions. Las Vegas to Flagstaff is a slightly longer travel distance and follows the southern section of the Grand Canyon.

Visitors to North Central Arizona Lodging

North Central Arizona is a great family vacation destination. Not only are there many outdoor activities to enjoy, there are also many places of interest to visit. Old western legends of stage coaches, ranchers and bandits are an integral part of many of the historic towns in the region. There are ghost towns, museums and many historic sites that provide insight into early pioneer life in the Wild West. It is a place that captures the imagination of young and old alike. If you enjoy photography, there are many natural and historic scenes that you can capture. The red earth provides a dramatic backdrop to any photo subject. The region also attracts many outdoor enthusiasts. The lakes offer boating and fishing recreation, and there are many hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking trails in the region to enjoy.

Best Time of Year to Visit Arizona Vacation Rentals

Arizona is a state that is known for its warm climate. Even in the winter months, you can enjoy warm sunshine almost every day. The north central part of Arizona is at an altitude of between 2,000 and 3,000 meters; because of this, seasonal temperatures are milder than in other parts of Arizona. This means that during the summertime, you can enjoy a wide variety of activities without feeling as though you will get scorched by the summer sun. You still need to have adequate sun protection of hats and sunscreen and make sure you drink plenty of water. Towards the end of summer, from July to mid-September, you can expect the occasional thunderstorm. The winter months are relatively short-lived, lasting only a month or two from November through December. Daytime temperatures can still be pleasantly warm but after the sun sets, the temperatures can plummet to below freezing. Ideally, you should dress in layers so you are not caught unprepared for the sudden temperature changes. Some snowfalls can occur in winter. Spring runs from January to April, and is one of the most pleasant seasons to visit. Fall season is also particularly beautiful as the turning leaves blend in with the red rock landscapes.

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