'The best B&B in the area' is how Frommer's Grand Canyon Guide describes this unique bed and breakfast. A beautifully restored 1897 Bordello in Williams, Arizona 'The Gateway to the Grand Canyon' on historic Route 66, the Red Garter B&B Inn proudly offers lodging and a gift shop. This two-story Victorian Romanesque style brick building with twelve foot high ceilings, skylights and distinctive wood trim, along with antique furnishings, captures the 1890's atmosphere without giving up the comfort and security expected by today's traveler. Plan on spending at least two days to fully see and enjoy The Red Garter, Native American Indian ruins, Sedona, the ghost town Jerome and the Grand Canyon area, all within an hour's drive.
Originally two rooms with four north faceing windows where the best gals of the house would attract business. Bedroom and sitting room with mountain view and Grand Canyon Railway depot. Queen bed, satellite TV, parlor stove and Victorian decor and antiques.
Large interior room with original sky lights, ceiling fan and brass bed from New Orleans at the top of the stairs where the Madam could keep an eye on the cowboys. Framed historic graffitti from 1903, antique furnishings.
Two original rooms with south faced windows and skylight, ceiling fan and antique furnishings. Large bathroom with original footed tub (and shower). Small balcony with view of Bill Williams mountain and historic downtown.
Cozy room with window, ceiling fan, antique furnishings, original skylights and twelve foot ceilings. Original sitting room where the girls of the house would greet the gentleman callers, have their meals and socialize.
5 on October 02, 2013
What a delightful stay. Couldn't be more convenient to the Grand Canyon Railroad, yet not noisy at all. Williams is a great spot, and the 'Garter' is THE place to stay! The cinnamon rolls and piping hot gourmet coffee is served in bottomless cups complete with a cheerful smile.
4.4 on April 15, 2012
We stayed at the Red Garter Inn for 7 nights. The room was large and airy and decorated with time-period antiques. This was an excellent central spot to stay when visiting the Grand Canyon, Jerome, Prescott, Wupatki Nat'l Monument & Sunset Crater Volcano. The owner is very knowledgeable about the area as are the staff. The bakery items are all home-made and delicious. This Inn treats you as family.
5 on August 17, 2011
What a fantastic stay! Less than an hour from the Grand Canyon! What a quaint B & B! The pastries at breakfast were sensational and John is a friendly host who went out of his way to make our stay memorable. He was very helpful with sightseeing information and went above and beyond to mail us some clothing we left behind! What great fun to stay in a brothel!
5 on November 09, 2008
A home away from home. Rooms clean and spacious with nice period details. Breakfast - fresh pastries (the apple-walnut strudel is to die for) and flowing coffee- low key and relaxing ... no rush to vacate the table. Staff friendly, helpful and informative - nothing is too much for them - just ask and you get. Great suggested day trips. Williams is a great little town with many stories .. including ghosts. Hopefully, we will be back.
5 on September 07, 2008
My husband and I had an amazing stay at the Red Garter! We were doing a cross country trip for our honeymoon on which we stayed at many B&Bs and we decided that the Red Garter was our favorite! Very cozy, extremely nice staff that never lets your coffee cup go empty, and unique rooms and stories to go along with them! We just loved the town and this bed and bakery!!
4.8 on June 04, 2008
this was a great place to stay at
4.8 on June 04, 2008
This was a great place to stay
4.8 on June 04, 2008
Great atmosphere. The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable of the grand canyon and had had great suggestions for dinner
4.4 on June 04, 2008
Great quaint rooms, fresh baked goods, and friendly service
Grand Canyon area, Historic District, Historic Route 66, Downtown, Mountains, Small town
Flagstaff, AZ (FLG-Pulliam Field) 32 miles
From Phoenix, 136 miles north on I-17 to Flagstaff and then 32 miles west on I-40. From Las Vegas, 100 miles south on SR 93 to Kingman and then 110 miles east on I-40, 3 1/2 hours total.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, National/State parks, Nature area, Grand Canyon, Sedona/Oak Creek, Sycamore Wilderness, Walnut Canyon N.M., Sunset Crater N.M., Historic Route 66, Picnic area, Rodeo, Ruins, Ski area
Air conditioning, Computer, In-room internet, Internet Service, Telephone, VCR, Wedding Facilities , Gift shop, historic photos, on-site bakery
Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Radio, TV
Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, Grand Canyon Railway, Historic Route 66, Indian ruins, National Monuments , Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals
Custom woodworker by trade, raised in Arizona, interests in Southwest culture and local history, very knowledgeable of northern Arizona travel adventures.
Wide selection of every changing European-style pastries, sweetrolls, muffins, bagels, cookies, croissants and scones.
Grand Canyon's best B&B offers the Parlor room or the Madams's room, including breakfast if booked within 3 days of check-in. Can be used with off season discount (Nov - Mar) of $10.....