Lodge at Sedona

By Kathy Ritchie | Photo by Jeff Kida

In a town where lodging options seem endless (and, at times, overwhelming), the Lodge at Sedona offers guests a cozy, friendly retreat from the throngs of tourists and traffic. Built in 1959, the lodge originally was the home of one of Sedona's first physicians, his wife and their 12 children. Today, the beautifully appointed, 14-room bed and breakfast offers guests more than just a cup of joe and a croissant. Located just off State Route 89A, the award-winning property features several secluded areas where you can get lost in the beauty of the surrounding red rocks, as well as a meditative walking labyrinth for those in search of Zen. Although the Lodge at Sedona doesn't offer dining options beyond its delicious full breakfast and hors d'oeuvres at sunset, the gracious staff will happily make dining reservations or help you create and book the perfect offsite adventure.

The Lodge at Sedona is located at 125 Kallof Place in Sedona. For more information, call 928-204-1942 or visit www.lodgeatsedona.com.