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These 5 Bed and Breakfasts In Arizona Are Perfect for A Getaway

Whether you’re an Arizona native who just needs a mini vacation for a weekend, or you’re travelling across the country to one of the most beautiful states in the United State, Arizona has tons of bed and breakfast that will fit anyone’s needs. Read on to see which one catches your eye, and you’ll have a relaxing getaway booked in no time at all! If you’ll be staying specifically in Tucson, be sure to check out this article for some other awesome accommodations!

#1 Orange Blossom Hacienda

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This bed and breakfast, tucked away just outside of Phoenix in Chandler Heights is unlike any other that you have ever experienced! Not only is it a bed and breakfast, but the property is also a citrus orchard! Everywhere you turn, you can breathe in both the fresh desert air, but also the fragrant smell of blooming orange blossoms. The Orange Blossom Hacienda provides not only the perfect mix of rustic feel and modern amenities, but also a perfect location. They are removed enough that you can relax in the peace and quiet of nature, but also close enough to the happening city of Gilbert that you will never have to look long for something to do. Whether you want to shop, hike, or simply lounge by the pool, this bed and breakfast makes it possible. While the beds at the Orange Blossom Hacienda are plenty comfy, the emphasis here is on breakfast. Alongside a glass of fresh squeezed orange juice each morning, you’ll also receive a gourmet breakfast prepared with locally grown, natural ingredients. Some of their signature recipes include prickly pear pancakes and a prize-winning jalapeno jelly. With some room rates dipping under $100 a night, you’ll have a delightful, but affordable getaway at the Orange Blossom Hacienda.

#2 Heritage Inn Bed and Breakfast

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Everything about the Heritage Inn Bed and Breakfast is quaint. To start off, you can find them nestled into the foothills of the White Mountains in Snowflake, Arizona. This establishment is a restored 1890 Victorian pioneer home with plenty of character. Each of their ten guest rooms is filled with captivating period antiques that make your stay even more authentic. You won’t be able to help embracing the experience as you notice not only the luxurious amenities, but also the unique historical aspects found through the Inn. You might find an awesome Jacuzzi tub to relax in, or you may come across a vintage Claw Foot tub! You might even happen upon a gas log stove! Breakfast is their specialty, and they offer options like eggs, french toast, waffles, pancakes, bacon, sausage, and fresh fruit at various times throughout the morning so you can choose the time that works best for you. They’re conveniently located near a number of attractions you won’t want to miss, like Petrified Forest National Park, and with rates starting around $100, this awesome bed and breakfast won’t break the bank, either!

#3 Cochise Stronghold: A Canyon Nature Retreat

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The Cochise Stronghold is the perfect accommodation for nature lovers! If you love the hustle and bustle of the city, along with endless shops, restaurants, and attractions, this isn’t the spot for you. However, if you love the idea of being completely surrounded by peaceful, relaxing nature, you’re in luck! One of the appeals of Cochise Stronghold is that it is secluded. In fact, they’re surrounded by 64,000 acres of evergreen forest. There are plenty of beautiful mountain vistas to enjoy since they’re located in the Dragoon Mountains. And at an elevation of 5,000 feet, it is often much cooler here than in the rest of the state. You can enjoy lush vegetation like juniper and madrone woodlands, as well as wildlife like deer, javelinas, fox, and ring tail cats. Hang out on the patio in the shade, or venture out to feast your eyes on 7,500 foot high stone formations, granite cliffs, and ancient rock art, or a beautiful star studded sky after the sun sets. If this sounds like paradise to you, book a room for as low as $150 a night, and you’ll definitely leave this getaway feeling more peaceful and relaxed!

#4 Whisper’s Ranch Bed and Breakfast

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If you’ll be staying in Elgin, Arizona, Whisper’s Ranch is a bed and breakfast you can’t miss. Their awesome location puts them just eight miles from Sonoita Vineyards and seventeen miles from Sonoita itself. People come from all over to visit this gorgeous vineyard, and there are eleven other local vineyards that you can explore as well! Whisper’s Sanctuary is another attraction that you won’t want to miss. A nonprofit established as a home for retired and unwanted animals, Whisper Sanctuary has plenty of residents. They would be happy to introduce you to the dogs, horses, goats, burros, and even a flock of geese who have found refuge in this beautiful place. Whether you’re starting the day or ending it, prepare yourself for some delicious dining. Try Sparky’s Cantina, that serves vegetarian, vegan, and allergy free meals, or the Harvest Moon Catering Company, that serves ethnic, gourmet meat-based dishes. Grab a room for as low as $100 a night, and the staff at Whisper’s Ranch Bed and Breakfast will make sure you have a comfortable and memorable stay!

#5 Buffalo Pointe Inn

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History buffs will love this inn located along the Historic Route 66. A renovated 1910 house, all nine of the rooms that are available here are packed with historic charisma. Luckily, though, they’re packed with plenty of amenities, like private baths, satellite TV, and free wifi as well! If you stay at this awesome inn, you’ll be within walking distance of the historic downtown area and the Grand Canyon Railway. And that’s only the beginning! There are tons of things to do near the Buffalo Pointe Inn! You could check out the Grand Canyon Brewery nearby, explore the Grand Canyon Caverns, catch a ghost tour, or experience a wildlife park. No matter how you choose to spend your day, you’ll always have an inviting room to return to, and an awesome staff who goes out of their way to make your stay enjoyable!

Cheyenne Reed

Cheyenne Reed was born and raised in Ohio. She recently relocated to rural Wyoming to try out working at an exclusive guest ranch. She graduated from Kent State University with an English degree, and most enjoys writing about travel. If she has free time, you may run into her anywhere, because she is always itching to explore new places. Her personal motto is, "Any day can be an adventure if you make it one!"

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