Thirteen individually decorated guest rooms are set in four separate guest houses on just over an acre, grouped around patios that invite you to relax amidst tall ponderosa pines and majestic deodar cedars. All rooms have private entrances with patios and private baths. Many of the rooms have wetbars and fireplaces that add warmth and atmosphere during the cooler months of the year. All the comforts of today are enjoyed by guests in this elegant, rustic setting. The feeling of quiet seclusion belies the fact that the inn is located just over a mile from the Courthouse Plaza and historic Whiskey Row. And with convenient access to area museums and historic points of interest, plus hiking, biking, birding and many more outdoor activities around Prescott. Or plan a day trip to nearby Jerome, a ride on the Verde Canyon Railroad, Sedona or The Grand Canyon. Named the Best Bed & Breakfast in Prescott 11 years in a row and awarded the prestigious "Certificate of Excellence" by TripAdvisor in 2012 and 2013. We are sorry, but we do not accept bedandbreakfast gift cards.
5 on March 16, 2013
I cannot stress enough how wonderful Prescott Pines Inn B&B is. We stayed in a two-bedroom cottage for $154, and although this rate is a bit higher than the average in Prescott, hear me out: Prescott Pines Inn is run by a group of incredibly funny, personable, and knowledgable women who know how to cater to even the pickiest of guests. The beds are topped with memory foam; every room comes with a Keurig and an assortment of coffee, hot cocoa, tea, cider, and latte K-cups; you have a wonderful selection of movies and books at your disposal; you're centrally located between Prescott's historic downtown (perhaps a three-minute drive) and its many hiking and outdoor opportunities; and the breakfast alone is worth $15 per person--we were served yogurt with homemade organic granola, deliciously crisp bacon, and Dutch babies drizzled with honey and dark chocolate and topped with an assortment of fresh berries. When the weather is nice, patrons sit around the courtyard area and chat merrily beneath strings of lights; when the weather is not, the inn staff drag out heat lamps to ward off the cold. For those who avoid bed and breakfasts for lack of privacy, Prescott Pines Inn has found a way around this downside by booking separate cottages, each with its own bathroom, bedrooms, sitting area, etc. It provides eco-friendly toiletries, complimentary York mints, and coffee mugs and wine glasses (as well as a mini-fridge) for all guests, not to mention the flat-screen HD TV with Apple TV capabilities. The décor is lovely, and if you have any questions about Prescott, Dawn or Dana will know precisely the answer. Again, I cannot stress enough how much we loved this place. We will certainly be coming back!
4.8 on June 05, 2011
We just returned from Prescott where we stayed at Prescott Pines Bed and Breakfast. We loved the fact that each room had it's own entrance and bathroom. The breakfast was definitely five star. We had the shired eggs, fresh baked scones, yogurt with homemade granola and fresh fruit. Dawn and Lisa were very friendly and knowledgeable about the places to visit and the happenings in the town square. There is a great courtyard equipped with a gas grill, tables & chairs and even space heaters. We will definitely be returning with several friends in tow! Thanks Dawn & Lisa for the great hospitality!
4.0 on February 11, 2010
Traveling with our Arizona friends, we arrived at Prescott Pines Inn to a warm greeting from our innkeepers, and their adorable young Golden Retriever who was very well behaved! Even though our room was close to the White Spar Road, I slept just fine under a fluffy duvet, with a nice fireplace in the corner. Our friends had a room just behind us, which had a small sitting room and kitchenette with table and chairs, as we did. The breakfast was terrific, our hosts were expat Brits, and very warm and welcoming. There are multiple accomodations on the property, which leads down to a creek (summer explorations), and larger groups could take over a cabin on the grounds. We enjoyed our stay and heartily recommend the Prescott Pines Inn!
5 on July 01, 2009
Just came back from Prescott, what a wonderful place the Prescott Pines Inn B&B was, Janet and Tony are the sweetest people, breakfast was to die for. Our room was great, everyone I know will be getting a blow by blow on our wonderful stay Laurie & Bob - Peoria, AZ
Adjacent to National Forest, Close to shopping & dining, Close to Whiskey Row, Mountains, Small town
Phoenix, AZ (PHX-Sky Harbor Intl.) 90 miles
Take I-17 north to Cordes Junction (approximately 60 miles). Turn left onto Highway 69 to Prescott where it joins Highway 89. Follow Highway 89 south to the inn 1.3 miles south of the center of town.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Rodeo, Ruins, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Other, Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn
BBQ grill, Board games, Computer, Fax Machine, Library, VCR, Videos , MP3 Player & Soundscapes, Exclusive Comphy Bed Linens, Gift Shop On Site
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Rock Climbing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Dawn Delaney & Lisa Carlson
Cats , Dogs
Gourmet, multiple course
Restrictive , Vegetarian
All aboard the Verde Canyon Railroad! Package rate starting at $439 includes first-class train tickets for two, two nights lodging for two in select newly remodeled premium guest rooms (choose from Foxglove, Heather, Delphinium, Cleome or Jasmine), full, 2-course gourmet breakfast for two both mornings, and all inn amenities. Offer valid through Sept 30, 2014. Additional cost for specialty train rides. Tax is additional.
Try our Fabulous Fall Frolic (F3) package. Why? 'cause it's Fall and we have a Fabulous offer for you to enjoy. Two week nights (Sun-Thu) in one of our premium king rooms for only...here comes the Fabulous part, $126.75 per night (2 night minimum). That is less than our standard queen rooms. Of course this includes our 2 course gourmet breakfast. Now the Frolic, well that's up to you! Offer good through October 31, 2014. New reservations only.