The Inn at 410 offers guests four seasons of hospitality in a charming 1907 Craftsman home, elegantly furnished with antiques, stained glass and touches of the Southwest. Distinctive guest accommodations include five suites and five rooms, all with private baths, all with fireplace and some with whirlpool tub. The innkeepers pamper each guest with a personal touch that includes afternoon teas with oven-fresh cookies and award-winning breakfasts. The Inn at 410 is a perfect 'home base' for your Northern Arizona getaway.
A tranquil jacuzzi suite with local Indian arts and crafts. Queen-size bleached log bed, kiva-type fireplace, dvd/vcr/cd player, and jacuzzi tub big enough for two.
An elegant jacuzzi suite with Victorian roses, teapots and original mahogany woodwork. King-size bed, romantic jacuzzi nook, dvd/vcr/cd player, and fireplace.
A romantic jacuzzi suite impressionistic of a French country garden. Queen-size bed, fireplace, dvd/vcr/cd players and jacuzzi tub. Adjacent to our patio garden.
Arizona's Old West at its best. Weathered barn wood, queen-size log bed, dvd/vcr/cd players, separate sitting room with fireplace and sofa bed for up to two children. Accommodates 2-4.
"Turn of the century" romance inspired by music of the Masters. Queen-size canopied bed, antique secretary, dvd/vcr/cd players, arm chairs in front of the fireplace.
As light and airy as a field of summer sunflowers. Queen-size bed, antique wicker rockers, dvd/vcr/cd players, fireplace with window seat overlooking Flagstaff.
Arts and Crafts decor reminiscent of historic travels in Grand Canyon. Queen-size bed, antique rocking chairs, dvd/vcr/cd players, and a mural of the Grand Canyon over the fireplace.
A piney retreat that's a "natural" for families. Queen-size bent willow bed, love seat in bedroom, and dvd/vcr/cd players; separate room with fireplace, day bed and trundle bed for up to two children. Accommodates 2 - 4.
With colorful influences from Old Mexico. Queen-size wrought iron bed draped in Spanish lace, Mexican tiled fireplace and dvd/vcr/cd players.
5 on July 01, 2013
We stayed in The Dakoka Suite this weekend and LOVED it. Gordon, the owner, personally carried my bag to my room! He also was great at making us feel at home and giving us recommendations on activities for my 9 year old son. We went to Bearizona on his recommendation and loved it. The next time I'm in Flag, I'll be staying at The Inn at 410.
5 on June 15, 2012
We stayed in the Monet Gardens room for our 28th anniversary and loved it! Everyone that works there are extremely nice and accomodating, and the breakfast was excellent! We definitely will go back!!
4.6 on November 11, 2011
My wife, son and I stayed in the Dakota Suite. The rooms were very comfortable. We were here in the off season. Don't know if that was the reason, but, we recieved lots of personal attention by Gordon and his outstanding staff. Lots of "inside baseball" advice on where to visit. We stayed 4 days and loved each and every breakfast. Gordon even shared his delicious hot apple cider recipe which he serves every evening....will definitely stay here again if we ever get back to the area.
4.2 on November 30, 2009
We live in Scottsdale AZ. and enjoyed our summer getaway to Flagstaff. We are so pleased that we selected the 410 Bed and Breakfast for our 3 night stay. A delightful setting in a great location. Each room is unique and we got great touring suggestions from Gordon, the proprietor. This is a winner.
4.0 on September 11, 2009
My wife and I are from UK and were on a holiday in USA, stopping in Flagstaff on our way from Monument Valley to Las Vegas. I agree with all the well-deserved praise of the Inn at 410 - its charming setting, decor, lovely rooms, outdoor seating, cookies and refreshments and a great breakfast. The welcome from the team was wonderful, with plenty of advice on restaurants and places to visit. BUT (a big but) one reason for staying overnight is to get some sleep. The room was too warm, air-conditioning unit too loud to get any sleep, so we had the windows open - after which we hardly slept at all as we were blasted out by the frequent trains passing through Flagstaff all night. I could give you the overnight timetable! Flagtsaff should carry a warning - DO NOT STAY HERE IF YOU WANT SOME SLEEP.
City, Downtown, Mountains
Phoenix, AZ (PHX-Sky Harbor Intl.) 135 miles
From Phoenix Skyharbor or Flagstaff Pulliam - take I-17 North. Then follow directions to property.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Sedona, Indian ruins, Lowell Observatory, Museum of N. Arizona, Grand Canyon, Arboretum, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Rodeo, Ruins, Ski area, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, Antiquing - next door, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Bath robes, Board games, Ceiling fans, Computer, Copier, In-room internet, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Library, Private entrance, Telephone, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Turndown Service, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
Ceiling fans in most rooms, Jacuzzi tubs in 3 rooms, Bath robes in some rooms, In room coffee-makers
Kimball, Natalie, and Rich
Portuguese, English, French, Spanish
Gordon enjoys cooking, skiing, traveling and hiking.
Bluecorn pancakes with Fruit Salsa
Bluecorn, a specialty of the Southwest's Hopi Indians, creates hearty pancakes served with a tangy fresh fruit salsa.