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Recent Cornville reviews

  • A slice of heaven on earth

    "My daughter and I wanted to get away from the heat and hustle of Las Vegas. Allie's Acre was the most perfect spot. Nestle in a quite lane surrounded by the beauty of nature. 2 goats as neighbors and 2 cows across the street. The house was very cosy, had a great energy and is an amazing tranquil spot for a getaway. Our doggies loved playing in the yard which was very secure with fence all around the acreage. Would definitely go back again. Sedona was a 20 minute car ride away but there are many little places in Cornville to try. We loved Harry's Hideaway and also the bakery in the gas station had really great smoothies."
    Guest: Tina Napolitano Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 28, 2016
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  • Serenity At Its Best

    "Our first visit to Sedona was absolutely magical due to the lovely and comfortable home. We were looking for peace and quiet and this house delivered on all fronts. We enjoyed the views, the hummingbirds and the tranquility of the neighborhood. It was easy access to the Village of Oak Creek and to our favorite hiking trail, Baldwin to the Cathedral Rock. The owners,Pat and Victor, were very welcoming and very helpful with their suggestions. We'll definitely be back!"
    Guest: Leslie and Philippe G. Date of Stay: September 2015 Review Submitted: September 21, 2015
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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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  • Total and absolute perfection!

    "Only superlatives can properly describe this lovely, elegantly comfortable home. The owners obviously have settled for nothing less than perfection in furnishing the place, both inside and out. I had the good fortune to stay there for 5 weeks in June and July, 2016, and enjoyed every moment. My days would usually start with breakfast on the front patio, while the sun rose and the birds hopped and twittered in the hedges. Often I took a hike on one of the many trails which I could access without my needing to drive. And the hikes, just like the windows in the house and the veranda upstairs, all offered breathtaking views of magical Cathedral Rock. One of my fondest memories is of a thunderstorm over the Rock, when she was crowned in a diamond tiara of lightning. Some days I happily hung out at the house, reading in the comfortable chairs, cooking in the perfectly appointed kitchen, drinking in the light show on Cathedral Rock as the sun moved across the sky and the clouds did their constant shape-shifting dance. Such peace and tranquility! My favorite evening activity was to sit on the veranda, sip something cool and watch the colors of the Rock cycle thru a breathtaking gamut of oranges and reds. The nightly silence was only broken by the drum role of thunder or perhaps the songs of the local coyote chorus. Other days I drove into "town," or West Sedona, which offered everything that I needed-two movie theaters; two gyms; an award-winning public library which offered classes and concerts; several yoga studios, (7 Centers is my favorite); 4 grocery stores; art galleries and mystical Sedona specialty shops galore; and amenities such as a computer repair clinic and a friendly, knowledgeable mechanic. All of this was less than 10 minutes by car. No two trips were the same, set as they were against the backdrop of the ever changing light on Sedona's justly famous red rocks. An added treat was the helpfulness and easy accessibility of the management company for a few minor problem that came up. And the perfect finishing touch was the friendliness and attentiveness of Florene, the owner, who shared ideas on things to do that were off the beaten path and regaled me with stories of native American traditions relevant to the house and area. All in all, I felt that I was staying in the home of a kind, generous friend; I hope to return to 25 Zane Gray Lane for many years to come."
    Guest: vita r. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: August 5, 2016
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