"Out West" Mountain Town Elegance. Enjoy an easy stroll, four blocks, to Historic Downtown's fine dining, shops and galleries and live music. Or three blocks to wooded hiking trails. Savor the richness of past and present in this storied 1902 stone cutter's house, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Four characteristic rooms furnished in late-1800s French antiques, each with a private bath, one a two-room suite with gas-log stove. All with sumptuous breakfast. Perfectly located for day trips to the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Jerome, craters, canyons and ancient ruins.
4.0 on April 10, 2013
We spent one night at this lovely old home which has wonderful décor and French furnishings. Our little room, the Star Gazer, had a lovely large bathroom with a wonderful shower. It's a small B&B with just four rooms, but you can and should use the rest of the house to enjoy all the hard work and effort hosts Laurel and Richard have put into it. They are also great to consult about what to see and do in the area. This B&B does not have any televisions in the rooms but we didn't go away to stay indoors and watch television. We were able to walk into town for an evening meal and there were snacks and drinks available whenever we wanted in the kitchen. I liked the large entrance hall and the lovely sitting room where you could relax and chat if you chose. Off-road parking available. Do consider this B&B when in Flagstaff and ask about all the wonderful things to see and do in the area. Make sure you can arrive during their check-in times as they are quite strict about this! Adrienne and Bonnie
4.6 on August 22, 2012
Although value is a subjective subject, The England House provides extrodinary value based on their knowledge of the local area and their willingness to be of assistance. However, value also means that one is being provided what they want for a fair price. To me , the lack of a TV, lowers the value, hence the three star rating. Both of the inn keepers are outstanding and their property is top notch.
4.6 on June 16, 2012
Great breakfast everyday and even met a special request. Better hosts!
4.2 on April 11, 2012
Very well presented house close to town and Observatory. Our room was a little small but ok for one night. Host was charming.
4.0 on January 05, 2012
If your looking for a place to stay , and get away for a week or week end, stay at the England House. Not only do you get away , your made to feel at home. You don't just stay at a place, you stay with friend's who treat you like family. I have stayed many place's in my time, an I can tell you this, if you miss a chance to stay at the England House, you've miss ALOT! Th England House is a pleasent experience no one should miss , to get away an be made to feel at home in a historic place like Flagstaff, and to stay with people who are truely friend's to ALL who stay with them. We will stay at the England House any chance we get . Mr. an Mrs. Tracy Sisson, Tucson , Az.
5 on December 27, 2011
Great experince! Will return again!!!!
4.2 on December 27, 2011
Our stay was very comfortable at the England House and the breakfasts were extremely inspired and delicious. Our hosts were very helpful, accommodating and quite intuitive in making recommendations for our stay in Flagstaff. We stayed in the pantry room which is quite small with not much room for anything other than retreating to bed and bath but was very clean and comfortable. Since there was no sitting room in the pantry the living room was ours for the taking where other friendly guests passed through on their way to the kitchen and out the back door. A day's journey to the South Rim on the Canyon was our plan and it worked out nicely. You'll think of Laurel and Richard as your new friends in Flagstaff after staying here.
4.6 on December 07, 2011
Richard and Laurel provide a warm, welcoming, and quiet haven for a weekend retreat. The furnishings combine authenticity and comfort; "The Pantry", the small room off the front room on the first floor, is perfect for one person, and the common spaces are cheerful and inviting. I felt completely at home during my stay. I especially appreciated Richard's orientation to downtown Flagstaff, and Laurel's making a special breakfast for me each morning to accommodate my schedule.
5 on November 30, 2011
The England House is beautifully furnished with comfortable rooms. Richard and Laurel are great hosts. They are friendly and were very helpful with suggestions of activities in the area. The breakfasts were delicious. This B&B was very convenient to old town Flagstaff.
4.6 on November 27, 2011
We had a lovely stay and the innkeepers could not have been nicer about making sure we had everything we needed plus lots of great tips on what to see in the area. We would definitely go back when we are back in Flagstaff. We liked Flagstaff much better than Sedona. Beautiful hiking in Sedona but Flagstaff felt like a real place and the England House B & B certainly added to that feeling. A home away from home with people who feel like old friends even though you are just meeting.
3 blocks from Historic Downtown, 3 blocks from wooded hiking trails, 80 miles from the Grand Canyon, 8 miles from the Snowbowl ski resort, 28 miles from Sedona, 10 miles from Sunset Crater/Wupatki ruins, Downtown, Mountains, Small town
Phoenix, AZ (PHX-Sky Harbor Intl.) 130 miles
From Phoenix (I-17), exit left at Flagstaff (89A/Milton). From Albuquerque or Los Angeles (I-40), take the Flagstaff exit (89A/Milton). Proceed north on Milton. IMMEDIATELY after the railroad overpass get into the left-turn lane and turn left onto Santa Fe Avenue. Proceed west 2 1/2 blocks to 614 West Santa Fe Avenue, the England House Bed and Breakfast. From the Grand Canyon, take 180 south into Flagstaff, then turn south (right) on Humphreys Street. At Route 66 turn west (right) and immediately veer right onto Santa Fe Avenue. Proceed west 2 1/2 blocks to 614 West Santa Fe Avenue, the England House Bed and Breakfast.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Grand Canyon, Oak Creek Canyon and Slide Rock, Jerome, historic mining town, Meteor Crater, Sunset Crater, Wupatki Ruins, Sedona, red rock country, Montezuma Castle, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ruins, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, Desk, Library, Telephone
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Radio
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, 18-hole disc golf course, Lowell Observatory, Summer music/movies at Heritage Square, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Laurel and Richard Dunn
Dogs , A very friendly Yellow Lab
Laurel and Richard enjoy traveling and hiking and exchanging travel stories with their guests.
Restrictive , Vegetarian
A delightfully seasoned egg souffle made with ham and cheese or, for our vegetarian guests, fresh seasonal vegetables. The day starts with freshly ground and brewed coffee and an assortment of juices. (Teas and hot chocolate are available anytime as are freshly baked cookies, muffins or bread.) Breakfast starts with fresh fruit soup, followed by whole-grain and apple-cinnamon-swirl breads and usually ends in good conversation.