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Recent Canyon Country & Northeast reviews

  • Light, bright and open home with gorgeous views and nearby hikes

    "We stayed at East of the Sun for Labor Day weekend to escape the Phoenix heat, and it was just what we needed! The setting is beautiful and the house is light, bright and open with plenty of space to move around in the living areas. Everything is very clean and well-stocked, and Louisa made sure to check in with us upon arrival to give us some local tips. We especially enjoyed walking through the prairie on the trail she told us about - so beautiful! She does have a lot of house rules, the biggest being to restrict water usage. But ultimately it didn't end up being as big a deal as we thought it might. We brought in lots of our own water for drinking and just took really short showers and didn't ever leave water running to wash dishes or brush teeth. The one thing that was just a little disappointing for us is that the second bedroom is teeny tiny and stuffy while the master is enormous and beautiful with vaulted ceilings and french doors opening to a private patio. When traveling with two couples who are sharing the cost evenly, we clearly had very different accommodations."
    Guest: Lauren T. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 21, 2016
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  • Awesome location!

    "We stayed in the Western condo for two weeks and it was wonderful. Sedona is an amazing place to visit and there could hardly be a better location for your stay. We had exceptionally nice weather, which may have been a factor in our enjoyment, but the views from this unit are simply inspirational. A very clean, modern unit. Sitting outside at night, by the fire pit, with the city lights of Sedona in the valley below, just WOW! Yes there was some noise from the unit above, and it was an issue a few nights, but if we ever head back to Sedona we would definitely stay here again. Parking in Sedona is a problem, so be prepared to park and walk. There is a Whole Foods and Safeway for shopping. There is a Walmart and Fry's fifteen minutes away in Cottonwood. The drive up 89A to Flagstaff is breathtaking, as is the drive down Dry Creek Road. If you have an appreciation for fine art, the Exposures International Gallery is right next door and is a must see. The drive to the Grand Canyon is about two hours."
    Guest: Ralph P. Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: March 5, 2016
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  • Beautiful home located in a very nice neighborhood that's secluded but still close to town.

    "The home is beautiful and looks just like the pictures. Everything we needed we had and the home is very well taken care of. The only complaint I had was the dishes were pretty dirty in the cupboards, so we washed everything before using them. Overall, we had an amazing stay, and would definitely come back again!"
    Guest: Aubry R. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 19, 2016
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  • Comfortable, well-appointed private casa within walking distance of Oak Creek and hiking trails.

    "On the outskirts of Sedona, but within an easy and scenic drive of commercial Sedona, this casa was ideal for our hiking holiday. The friendly owner was sensitive to our privacy and yet quickly responded to any questions. Soaking in the hot tub after a strenuous hike was perfect. We recommend Cathedral Rock Casa without reservation."
    Guest: Flicka Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 22, 2016
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