An authentic Southwest-style B&B. Spectacular Red Rock and golf course views. Six charming guestrooms, including our new luxury Casita, perfect for honeymooners. A traditional owner occupied B&B in a residential neighborhood. Five minutes from some of Sedona’s best hiking and mountain biking. Enjoy starry nights in front of outdoor kiva fireplace. Two course breakfast from scratch. Begin with a creative fresh fruit dish such as baked pears with roasted pistachio nuts, topped with gourmet French vanilla low fat yogurt. Main courses focus on the freshest southwest ingredients. A few of our favorite dishes are Huevos Rancheros, Organic Southwest grown Blue Corn Meal Pancakes, and Green Corn Tamales with eggs. Your Innkeepers have 30 years in Customer Service & 14 years of Innkeeping We will, as previous guests have said, make you “welcome and at home”.
A king-size lodge-pole bed with Native American theme highlight this large room. Antiques, Indian arts and weavings, and a corner kiva fireplace with raised hearth. Hand-crafted vanity with two Mexican hand-painted sinks, separate glass shower and tub. French doors open onto the veranda boasting a peaceful garden view with Southern exposure and mountain views. Our most secluded room. Mini-refrigerator, oversize 27" cable TV, VCR, CD player, phone with free unlimited long-distance, free wireless internet and complimentary guest laundry.
A large room with a lodge-pole queen canopy bed and corner kiva fireplace. Saltillo and Mexican cobalt blue tile surround the separate whirlpool tub, glass shower and Mexican hand-painted double sinks. Fun, colorful Spanish/Mexican-theme features French doors opening onto the veranda with gorgeous views of red rocks and golf course. Adorning the room are antiques, Spanish art, leather-backed furniture, mini-refrigerator, cable TV, VCR, CD player, iron, and phone with free unlimited long-distance calling, free wireless internet, and complimentary guest laundry.
A queen-sized, hand-forged metal canopy bed is accented with an Indian blanket, old-West antiques and a Spanish Cowboy theme. Lodge poles in the ceiling and around fireplace add to the Western charm. Separate whirlpool tub, glass shower, hand-painted Mexican sinks. Lovely views of golf course and red rocks with French doors opening onto the veranda. Mini-refrigerator, oversize 27" cable TV, VCR, CD player, iron, phone with free unlimited long-distance calling, free wireless internet, and complimentary guest laundry.
Our largest room features a corner kiva fireplace with raised hearth, hand-carved king bed and Indian blanket. Red rock and Sedona arts themed with numerous pieces from local Sedona artists, the room has double doors to vanity with two hand-painted Mexican sinks, whirlpool tub and glass shower. Standard size hide-a-bed sofa. French doors open to the veranda displaying spectacular views of golf course and red rocks. Mini-refrigerator, 25" cable TV, VCR, CD player, iron, phone with free unlimited long-distance calling, free wireless internet, and complimentary guest laundry.
Our two-room suite is perfect as your vacation home-away-from home, or can accommodate up to four comfortably. It features two separate locking rooms and a single bathroom, each room with private outside entrances. The living area/bedroom features a corner kiva fireplace with raised hearth, panoramic red rock views, private outside entrance with glass French doors, 25" cable TV, VCR, CD player, and a luxurious sleeper sofa which pulls out into a full-size queen mattress bed. The room has double doors leading to the bathroom and the suite's hall with desk.
Stand alone new Casita, with private walled in patio, red rock/golf course views. Double jacuzzi tub, double shower with Mexican tile through out the bathroom. idea for honeymooners.
4.8 on February 10, 2011
We just returned from our stay at Adobe Hacienda B & B. It was so welcoming and cozy. Pauline took the time to chat with us over a wonderful breakfast. I book hotels on priceline and this was our extravagance. It was well worth the money. I did not want to leave. We took a helicopter ride the morning we left and it was spectacular. Go to this place if you are in Sedona. You will not regret it. Wendy and Bruce from Canada
5 on June 26, 2010
Jason prepared great breakfasts and gave us helpful advice on where to go and what to see. The location was great and really peaceful. We would definitely recommend and would stay there again.
4.2 on February 15, 2010
We visited the Adobe Hacienda recently for a quick four day weekend getaway and, although I was pushed for time and had to do hurried research when planning the trip, I found that this B & B lives up to the internet representation. The setting is beautiful and very quiet, The view from our room and the patio looks out over the golf course and you can see the magnificent red rock formations looming in the background. The Baja room was great, comfortable and nicely decorated. We enjoyed the extensive video collection in the main lobby by picking a couple of favorites to view in our room. Pauline does a great job with breakfast and both she and Brad excel in offering expert advice and generous hospitality while respecting privacy. I would reccomend the Adobe Hacienda to friends and fellow travelers and I would stay there again if I return to the Sedona area anytime soon. Cory Roay Belmont, CA
5 on June 21, 2009
My wife and I stayed for three nights and it was amazing. Brad and Pauline, and Jason were so helpful, kind, and the food - ohhhhh. I am a picky eater and they have really ironed out a tasty menu. The rooms are so pretty with the southwestern motifs and the grounds are plush with fountains and great flowers everywhere. I read some of the reviews from previous guests and I cant imagine anyone having a bad experience here. It seems to me that the people with bad reviews of this place have never stayed at a B&B and were taking out traveling frustrations on a place that only deserves the highest recomendations. You will not be dissappointed with anything here.
5 on October 10, 2008
We stayed here for 4 days in March 08 on the last leg of our road trip starting at San Fran. We stayed in the Anasazi Room and the Baja, both rooms were awesome!!! Pauline and Brad were very good hosts and full of information. The breakfasts were outstanding and more than enough to fill you up. The Adobe Hacienda is a great place to stay in and I would return if I were to be in AZ. One word sums this place up 'Awesome'. Trevor and Monika
Phoenix, AZ (PHX-Sky Harbor Intl.)
Take I-17 North to Hwy. 179 ("Sedona" exit 289). Drive North 6.5 miles on 179. Located on the corner of Hwy. 179 and Rojo Drive.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Oak Creek Canyon, Red Rocks, Grand Canyon Tour 2 Hours, Bordering golf course, Performing Theater, Outlet Stores, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Ski area, Winery, Zoo, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Videos, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Wi-Fi
Golf, Free local and long-distance calling in room, On-site massage available, Hand-painted Mexican sinks, Wireless internet
Pauline and Brad Staub
Innkeepers are former owners of an inn in Maine with 10 years experience. Brad is an active commercial airline pilot. Pauline is from England
Restrictive , Vegetarian
Traditional Huevos Rancheros- Two eggs served sunny Arizona side up, on soft corn tortillas with chili verde sauce, topped with Mexican cheeses, cilantro and Adobe Hacienda Salsa Fresca and sour cream. Garnished with fruit