Once a booming copper mining town, Jerome became America's largest ghost town in the 1950's when the mines shut down. 541 Main Street, originally built in 1890's as a boarding house for employees of the copper mines, the building was lovingly restored in 1994 when it became the Ghost City Inn. Visit spectacular Jerome and stay in one of our six antique-filled rooms all with private baths and flat screen TV's with Direct TV,or one of our two off-site suites. Relax in one of the common areas, watch a movie, eat some cookies or just have a glass of wine on the front porch. Enjoy afternoon refreshments and a gourmet breakfast in the dining room, or take your leisure on the spacious veranda with breathtaking views.
5 on January 09, 2014
Best place to stay in Jerome. Fantastic service, Beautiful Views. Will be back. Jeff Surplus Fredericksburg VA
5 on July 30, 2013
Stayed at the Ghost City Bed and Breakfast for a get-a-way weekend and couldn't have had a better time. The food and service was outstanding. Thank you Sherry for being a very gracious host.
5 on August 27, 2012
My wife and I just returned from our 4 night stay at the Ghost City Inn. We were celebrating our 25th wedding anniversary. We met Jackie and she is an excellent hostess and is very knowledgeable about the history and attractions of Jerome and the surrounding area. Our first night there we enjoyed the bed in the Cleopatra Room. The room was clean and comfortable. I found the bathroom, albeit clean, to be a bit spooky. Once, for no reason at all, the hair on the back of my neck stood up and I had the feeling someone or something was with me. The next morning was started with yogurt and blueberries, assorted fruit (watermelon, strawberries, blueberries, grapes, and tangerines) stuffed french toast, sausage, orange juice and coffee. The stuffed french toast is delightful. That day we moved into the Miner's Suite which has a sitting room and very large nice shower. This bathroom isn't spooky. The next morning we had the yogurt, fruit, and a quiche, which I really enjoyed. It also was served with sausage and chocolate chip muffins. The third day's breakfast was chili cheese cornbread, which was served with ham. My wife really enjoyed this. The last day we were served the stuffed french toast again but this time with a strawberry filling. Everyday we enjoyed the freshly baked cookies while relaxing on the porch and taking in the vistas My wife thought the chocolate chip cookies were some of the best she'd ever had, and the peanut butter ones are fantastic too. .In conclusion I would highly recommend The Ghost City Inn to anyone traveling in central Arizona. Karl & Sue - San Diego CA
4.4 on August 24, 2012
Enjoyed 3 days here, had a great time. Great room and excellent breakfast every day. Also located in quiter area of town, away from bars and shops but still in nice walking distance.
4.4 on March 19, 2012
We stayed in the 'Americana' Room on St. Patty's day and Jackie (The owner) greeted us when we arrived. She gave us good restaurant recommendations, and cooked us a fabulous breakfast. Even though we didn't have a View room, the decor was fantastic. I can't wait to go back when it's Sunny and not snowy (But that added to the mystique) Was Fun, clean and interestingly funky. We stayed on the 2nd floor where a still exploded in the 1930's and burned off the 2nd floor. I could almost sense the history of the place. Thank you !
4.4 on January 24, 2012
I thoroughly I enjoyed my stay here. I was warmly welcomed and made to feel at home. My room had a wonderful balcony looking over the valley and they're are also tables set in little courtyards in the back. My room was clean and comfortable. Breakfast was fantastic!
5 on January 21, 2012
We had the best time with a great balcony view from our room and homemade breakfasts that were so good we just have to go back for more. Everything was clean, cozy, and perfect. We really felt spoiled. Thank you Jackie for how nice you made it for us. J and A Hathaway
4.8 on November 30, 2011
Our first stay at a B&B. Great accommodations, outstanding breakfast, and wonderful hospitality. An experience worth recommending to anyone interested in exploring the history of Jerome and the Verde Valley area. Jeff and Eileen Mahn Albuquerque, NM
5 on November 04, 2011
What can I say except that I'd go out of my way to be able to stay here again. We were there for my 60th birthday and spent two nights. Loved it! Allen and Jackie are wonderful and the food is fantastic. We stayed in the Northern Exposure Room and liked it so much, I'd choose it again. Hats off to both Allen and Jackie, their warmth and friendliness added much to our stay, and they have a beautiful place worthy of their pride! Suzanne and Darrell, Muskegon, Michigan
5 on September 03, 2011
Our first bed and breakfast to celebrate my wifes birthday. We stayed 2 nights in the Northern Exposure room. What a view and very laid back second floor veranda made our visit very enjoyable. What can we say about Jackie is she was the 'HOSTESS with the Mostess" She made you feel at home. I had to use my Ghost Detector App to listen to a few friends stop by in the morning. Wow! Jerome is by far the chilliest city in the USA not by just the weather but by everyone having that laid back friendly attitude. A great location to walk to everything even though I was getting over knee surgery. I even got my haircut and the owner was so proud of Jerome that she made you want to stay longer. All in all we had a great time and enjoyed the best burger in town at QUINCES. Jackie,thank you for spoiling us with your breakfast and we enjoyed our morning chat with you.
Mingus Mountain, Verde Valley, Verde Canyon Railroad, Cliff Castle Casino, Countryside, Mountains, Small town
Phoenix, AZ (PHX-Sky Harbor Intl.) 120 miles
From Sky Harbor, take I-10 west to I-17 and go north. Take I-17 out of Phoenix and continue to Camp Verde (about an hour once out of Phoenix). At camp verde, take state highway 260 west to Cottonwood (about 20 minutes), where you'll run into state highway 89-A. Take 89-A west out of Cottonwood, through Clarkdale, and towards Jerome/Prescott. Proceed up the hill into Jerome; we're on the left immediately before the main commercial district (look for the sign).
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Historical interests, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area
Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, Verde Canyon Railroad, Sedona Shopping, Historic Museums, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Allen & Jackie Muma
Travel, motorcycles, antiques and history.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian