This amazing hillside home features a magnificent 1800sq. ft. Deck overlooking Sedona and Oak Creek. Spectacular living room, dining room and bedroom views!!! Fall asleep to the sound of Oak Creek! Wake up to the breathtaking red rock mountain views! Golf is just a stone's throw away! Shopping, restaurants, spas, art galleries and more just down the street! This property is perfect for outdoor entertaining or enjoying your home away from home! Long term rentals welcome.
Views. Views. Views. Sleeps 8-10!
Candice de Saint-Antoine
- Calendar last updated:
- Jan 18, 2019
About Candice de Saint-Antoine
We are a family that owns several different vacation rental sites in Arizona and Rocky Point, Mexico.
Why Candice de Saint-Antoine chose Sedona
This property is all about VIEWS & LOCATION...and the deck!
What makes this House unique
Sound of Oak Creek running below. Amazing views. Ideal for getting away from it all, entertaining, photo shoots or small events on back deck.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
We enjoyed celebrating the holiday with our family!
A lovely home and spectacular deck. Convenient and close to town and trails. Owner is attentive and responds quickly to queries. Perfect location for our family reunion.
LOVED our stay! Great location, amenities were just what we were looking for!
Can’t wait to go back next year!!!
The entire experience, from interacting with Candice to the stunning house itself, was amazing. The pictures don't do the house justice, as beautiful as they are, from every perspective the view is breathtaking. The ambience of the residence is one of calm, serenity and harmony.
Candice was very quick to respond and everything was thought of and taken care of.
Can't express enough how pleasant the occasion was. We will be visiting again. Thanks for letting us stay! Truly a wonderful trip.
Fabulous Family Gathering Spot! Beautiful Views!
This was my second stay at this house. Photos of the panoramic views from the expansive deck can’t begin to capture the breathtaking vistas. As much as we enjoyed our daily hikes and outings, the highlight of every day was returning to the deck to just soak in the views, the air, and sunsets. The bedrooms are very comfortable, as are the pull out couches in the den. We were too busy to watch TV, but there were TVs everywhere. There are views from every room. There is very helpful material in the basket by the fireplace suggesting hikes and places to go. There are rooms for gathering, and plenty of spaces for having some quiet/alone time. Candice is so very welcoming and accommodating. How great to have a grill and also a propane fire pit! The location is a little south of Sedona on 179 which means that you don’t have to feel like you are in a tourist town, but the house is close enough to town/hikes/shopping to provide convenience. I’ve stayed here twice now, and honestly would stay again in a heartbeat. We were celebrating my husband’s 75th birthday, and were joined by our children and their spouses. Everyone’s first reaction upon arrival was to shoot a panoramic photo or video on the deck while saying, “OMG!” This is a great place to stay in Sedona.
Amazing deck with fantastic views!
Five of us stayed for a week at this property. We liked the location between Oak Creek and Sedona-tranquil and perfect location for getting to where we wanted to go -restaurants, shopping, hiking... There were enough little places to sit to have alone time and enough places to sit as a group to play cards or hang out.Kitchen adequately stocked to eat in. We really had a great vacation and enjoyed this home! Great showers and bathrooms.
Save money by using our "RED ROCK PASS" TO PARK FOR FREE in order to park at the Sedona trailheads and scenic vistas. You will see that there are very few places to park and enjoy the Sedona beauty without a Red Rock Pass., Things to Do in Sedona! It's easy to spend several weeks in Sedona exploring hidden canyons and enjoying red rock trails or visiting the area's sacred sites or Sedona's vortexes. Sedona activities include visiting art galleries and attending shows, musical and theatrical performances, spiritual and personal enrichment activities, jeep and helicopter tours, annual festivals and many community events. Sedona activities abound for solo or group adventures, romantic weekends, family reunions, girl getaways or family vacations. Many couples choose to have their wedding in Sedona. Sedona's eco-friendly environment is a perfect base to visit Arizona tourist attractions, such as the Grand Canyon, Page, Lake Powell, Flagstaff and Verde Valley attractions, including Jerome ghost mining town, Out of Africa, Verde Railway, Montezuma's Castle, and indian ruins. Sedona attractions range from area museums, state parks and national monuments to local wineries and world-class art galleries. Sedona entertainment options include art, music and film festivals throughout the year and other world-class performances - from chamber and symphonic music to theater. There are many seasonal community events. Be sure to check the calendar of events for what to do and what to see in Sedona while you are in town.
Special attractions on Sedona's extensive network of trails are as varied as their degree of difficulty, unique location and historical significance. Sedona has an extensive network of bike and mountain bike trails, some of which do double duty as Sedona's hiking trails.
Recreation: Camping, Fishing & Picnicking - Popular day-use sites provided by the U.S. Forest Service are located at Call of the Canyon, near the trailhead at West Fork; Crescent Moon Ranch, with its world-famous view of Cathedral Rock; and Grasshopper Point, a creekside location near Midgley Bridge. Fishing the waters of Oak Creek Canyon is another popular pastime. The AZ Fish and Game Department can provide more information.
Recreation: Horseback Riding - Another wonderful Sedona-recreation option is to see Red Rock Country on horseback just like Western movie icons Gene Autry and Roy Rogers used to do. Some horseback rides have delightful extras, such as creek crossings and outdoor dining.
Arizona State Parks - Slide Rock State Park in the heart of Oak Creek Canyon features a natural water slide eroded into a slick creek bed, which is surrounded by massive red-rock walls. The slide makes this park a family favorite. Red Rock State Park is a 286-acre nature preserve and environmental education center with stunning scenery, 10 developed trails, meadows, picnic tables and a visitor's center with a classroom, theater and gift shop. Dead Horse Ranch State Park, a 423-acre park in nearby Cottonwood is very much alive, despite its foreboding name. The Verde River runs through the park, making it a popular site for camping, hiking, canoeing, picnicking, fishing and wading. More than 300 birds fly through the park each year. Sedona Highlight: Stargazing - When the sun goes down and Sedona's red rocks are blanketed by darkness, it's possible to watch a heavenly light show - one that is rarely seen in cities where bright lights drown out the limpid night sky. Sedona's Scenic Drives - 'Red Rock Country' has spectacular scenery, and driving is one way to take in the splendor. Visitors to Sedona can enjoy a scenic drive that showcases the area's fanciful crimson peaks, buttes and cliffs, verdant vegetation and desert wildlife. Sedona's scenic drives include 89A through Oak Creek Canyon, Red Rock Scenic Byway (State Route 179), Schenbly Hill's scenic drive and Red Rock Loop Road. Other scenic drives near Sedona are Boynton Pass Loop and Page Springs Loop and the drive into Sedona from Cottonwood. State Route 179, also known as Red Rock Scenic Byway, is one of only 27 roads in the country designated by the U.S. Department of Transportation as 'All-American Roads' for their exceptional and unique recreational, natural and scenic qualities. Besides the spectacular golf and hiking and biking (both on and off the road), the Red Rock Scenic Byway/State Route 179 features scenic pullouts for travelers to enjoy the magnificent views.
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Guests acknowledge that vehicular access to the property subdivision is by a narrow concrete low water crossing across Oak Creek. This is the only vehicular access to the entire subdivision. Generally, the creek water flows through the culverts under the concrete bridge; however, in times of high water the crossing may be covered by water. Use of the crossing during the times when it is covered by water is done at your own risk. If the road is unsafe to cross, your vehicle(s) should be parked on the east side of the creek and will need to walk up to the house using the pedestrian bridge. Water on the low water crossing is a relatively infrequent occurrence, happening approximately twice a year.