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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Sedona reviews

  • Spectacular Desert Compound

    "We were a group of nine men on a hiking, trail running and mountain biking trip, with a requirement for luxury accommodation in a unique setting. We weren't disappointed. If you like a big open plan house, with great desert/mountain views, and miles from anywhere, this house is exactly what you want and is as advertised. Big plusses: 10 beds in five bedrooms and a TV room; 3 full and two 1/2 baths; large quality kitchen with marble counters, commercial fridge, wet bar, two dishwashers, large grill, large island, and big sliding doors that retract for a a full open walkout onto the patio; two dining tables that seat up to 16; new large washer/dryer laundry room; east facing pool/hot tub patio with gas firepit; outdoor bocce/shuffleboard/horseshoe area; indoor pool table/ping pong table/basketball hoop; high quality TV/sound systems in living room and TV room. The only detraction that prevents this house from being a 5-star with the group is it needs a few minor items updated or replaced: the house Wifi was intermittent; a few burnt out light bulbs; a couple of wall patches hadn't been finished and painted; the hot tub cover and some patio seat pads were worn and frayed; the two outdoor gas heater propane tanks were empty; only one of the pool table cues was usable. These are minor items that were noticed because they contrasted with the the rest of the property's quality. Overall it's a tremendous property. Guests should understand the property is 20-30 minutes up a dirt/gravel fire road from the main highway - which is great if you're looking for isolation and enjoy cruising in an SUV every day to get to the main highways - but you are looking at at least 30-40 minutes to either of the edges of Sedona or Cottonwood and you'll want at least a light SUV/truck for the roads. We really enjoyed the out of the way location and were looking for lots of outdoor activity, so it was right up our alley, but you do need to plan for groceries and trips to town. Overall, this a wonderful place and all of us were sad to leave after a great trip. Clean up a couple of the cosmetic items and this is a world class location and property. Our group's standards are high and we would return without question."
    Guest: steve t. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 9, 2016
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  • Lovely, Peaceful Cottage

    "We really enjoyed our stay at the Phoenix Rose Cottage. Just like the photos! It was comfortable, clean, and had everything we needed. We had excellent communication with the owner, with detailed information. We only had 3 nights/2days, which was not long enough. We loved Sedona and would like to visit again."
    Guest: Andrea F. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 19, 2016
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  • Overall a great property

    "We enjoyed our stay. The rooms were spacious. We had the two bedroom lock off. My 17 old son had the second bedroom with kitchenette and felt like King Tut. There were adequate and near new appliances and cookware. We had only two minor complaints. The wall and ceilings did not screen out noise from kids upstairs tromping around, and one neighbor seemed to use the bathroom every 10 minutes. We heard the flushing clearly while trying to stretch our morning sleep a bit. Very annoying. Since we spent all day gone and only came home to sleep it wasn't too bad. The jacuzzi is a bit of a hike, but only an issue because it was cold out. Staying in the Village of Oak Creek was convenient for hiking , as we didn't have to fight the spring break traffic going north into Sedona proper. We used the workout facility every day and, while not huge, there was enough equipment to handle users while we were there. We did not experience any prodding to attend a sales spiel, except when I asked the concierge about a jeep ride. They offered to discount a $280 ride for three to $40, but no pressure when I wasn't interested. They take their check-out time seriously - our maid was at the door right at 10:00. This is a bit earlier than I would prefer, but being forewarned, we were ready. I recommend the Courthouse Butte Loop (Big Park Loop) hike. Just over 3 miles and pretty flat. Once you are 1/4 mile from the trail head the crowd thins out greatly. The Cathedral Rock hike is fairly steep but worth the effort if you are up to it. Hike all the way to the notch for a great view into the next valley - and stunning views behind you all the way up - don't forget to turn around periodically. Caution - parking is very limited for this hike and they will tow cars not legally parked. Eat at the Red Rock Cafe next to the IGA grocery. Really good food at a reasonable price. If you're brave, order -A- cinnamon roll for a quick breakfast the next day. Three of us ate it and we still had leftovers. This place is a local favorite and will be crowded."
    Guest: Dan W. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 4, 2016
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  • A vacation to remember!

    "We had a wonderful time in Oak Creek Canyon and enjoyed this house very much. Location was perfect - 15 minutes max from Sedona (and the prettiest drive). House is great for escaping reality for a few days!"
    Guest: Shanna J. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 16, 2017
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