40 Canyon Circle Drive Sedona, Arizona, AZ 86351
Check Availability

Blog

Head to Page Springs Cellars & More Sedona Wineries

Wine Tasting in Sedona is such a treat. While this area may not have the notoriety of the famed Napa Valley, there are some fantastic local winemakers and farmers growing, cultivating, and creating some beautiful wines. A favorite to visit for a tasting is Page Springs Cellars, one of the best wineries on the Verde Valley wine trail near our Sedona.

At Page Springs Cellars, they focus on creating wines that express the high desert character of the Arizona landscape. They make small-batch wines from grapes grown with sustainable practices. The tasting room at Page Springs Cellars is open seven days a week, where you can sample these wines and enjoy the delicious bistro offerings. Be sure to peruse the gallery of local artists, and there’s often a weekly line-up of live music.

Page Springs Cellars is just one of the great stops on the Verde Valley wine trail, but before you start planning your itinerary, you’ll want to secure your lodging. Our Sedona bed and breakfast is in the perfect central location to tour these local Sedona wineries. Surrounded by the stunning Red Rock formations, Canyon Villa Bed and Breakfast sets a romantic tone for your next getaway to the high desert with luxurious guest rooms. Start planning and book your lodging today! Continue reading

Your Guide to Best State & National Parks Near Sedona

While there aren’t very many national parks near Sedona, you’ll find a lovely selection of state parks, trailheads, and natural areas to explore during your visit. The landscape in Arizona is some of the most breathtaking in the world, especially for those traveling from colder parts of the country. These nature areas are anchored by some of the most iconic features of Sedona: the massive Red Rock sandstone formations.

Cathedral Rock, Bell Rock, and Snoopy Rock are renowned for their deep red and orange hues, and the play of light and shadows on these rocks at sunrise and sunset is a sight to behold. One of the most impressive and downright famous national parks near Sedona, the Grand Canyon National Park, is about a two-hour drive, but the journey itself will be worth the scenic views you’ll witness from your car windows.

A little closer to Sedona, you’ll find a handful of state parks, all offering a glimpse at this desert landscape, some with babbling brooks, waterfalls, rugged woodlands, and lush vegetation. Before you start planning your hikes and adventures, you’ll want to choose your homebase, and our Sedona Bed and Breakfast is the ultimate retreat in Red Rock country. Our Inn is surrounded by some of the most spectacular of these sandstone landmarks, and you’ll feel right at home with our welcoming service, comfortable guest rooms, and luxurious amenities. Book your lodging at our Sedona Bed and Breakfast today! Continue reading

Wondering the Best Time to Visit Sedona?

Many guests ask us when is the best time to visit Sedona, and the simple answer is whenever you can get here. There’s truly no “bad” time to visit Sedona, as it’s a pretty wonderful destination year-round. Though it does get hot in the summer, Sedona’s higher elevation keeps us cooler than cities like Phoenix, for example. In winter, you’ll find cool temperatures (and even sometimes snow), but there are still plenty of reasons to visit then (no crowds!).

Even though we’d never discourage you from visiting Sedona, it’s undeniable that the best time to visit Sedona is in the spring or fall. Both seasons are busier but full of color, and the temperatures are mild and perfect for outdoor adventures like hiking and biking. Spring brings with it wonderful wildflower blooms and by October and November, Sedona is bursting with fall color which makes for a lovely contrast with the already-striking red rocks.

Finding the best time to visit Sedona also depends on what you’d like to do once you’re here. Whatever it is you decide on, though, make sure to include reservations at our #1-rated Sedona Bed and BreakfastBook your room today! Continue reading

Updated for 2024: We Love These 12 Restaurants in Sedona

Restaurants in Sedona are as colorful and adventurous as the surrounding landscape of the red sandstone rock formations that the area is known for. This scenic Arizona desert destination offers visitors and locals plenty of ways to get out into the surroundings and explore.

From world-class hiking to guided tours in jeeps and hot air balloon rides, there are many ways to immerse yourself in this one-of-a-kind place. Checking out the many restaurants in Sedona is another fantastic way to get a feel for this incredible location. The variety of flavors at many restaurants and eateries here reflect this eclectic and vibrant community and are not to be missed on your next visit!

Let our Sedona bed and breakfast be your luxurious escape to the desert this season! Our casual yet elegant inn is just the place for a romantic getaway. We offer large guest common areas, outdoor courtyards, and a pool. Spectacular views of the iconic Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte formations are the backdrop to our incredible accommodations. We are here to make your stay the most comfortable and relaxing as possible. Indulge yourself with a stay at our oasis in the desert. If you want the perfect place to unwind in the heart of Red Rock Country, book your room today! Continue reading

Plan Your Sedona Elopement at our Romantic Bed and Breakfast

Imagine this stunning Red Rock sunset as you gaze into your partner’s eyes and say, “I do.” This backdrop adds a magical and unforgettable tone, and right now is the best time to start planning your Sedona elopement! The New Year brings a fresh start and beginnings, so it’s no surprise that it’s a great time to get engaged and start making arrangements for your ceremony and celebration.

There’s been an uptick in Sedona elopements as of late, as more couples are opting for intimate affairs focused on the two people taking the leap into a lifelong commitment. These mini-ceremonies are the most memorable, especially when you have the incredible landscape of the iconic Red Rocks as your venue. Thankfully, our Sedona Bed and Breakfast is nestled among these formations, and guest rooms are situated to enjoy this fantastic view—the perfect space to spend your first night as newlyweds.

Canyon Villa Bed and Breakfast is a hidden gem in the Red Rocks! With only eleven elegant guest rooms, our spacious Inn offers a peaceful and relaxing location to celebrate your Sedona elopement, honeymoons, or romantic getaways. We prepare a lovely breakfast each morning of your stay with baked goods and savory dishes, always paired with hot coffee, tea, or fresh juice. You’ll also be in the ideal location to explore the best hikes, restaurants, golf courses, and things to do in Sedona. The reasons to join us are endless; book your room today! Continue reading

Enjoy a Quiet Season Hike to Devil’s Bridge in Sedona

One of the most iconic landmarks in Arizona lies in the Coconino National Forest, a stunning sandstone arch named the Devil’s Bridge in Sedona. It is one of the most frequently visited natural attractions in the Sedona area. The bridge is a large, red rock arch that spans a scenic canyon, providing breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.

Visiting Devil’s Bridge in Sedona in the wintertime is a unique experience compared to other seasons. Sedona generally has a mild winter climate, with daytime temperatures ranging from the high 40s to low 60s. While snowfall is not common in the lower elevations, it can occur in the higher elevations, adding a touch of winter magic to the red rock scenery, and even then, it’s usually a mere dusting.

Before you start planning your hike to Devil’s Bridge, you’ll want to secure your lodging, and our Sedona Bed and Breakfast is the perfect place to stay. Watch from the private balcony of your guest suite as the sun rises and changes the colors of the fantastic Red Rocks surrounding Canyon Villa Inn. Even as you enjoy a delicious breakfast made just for you in our dining room, you can enjoy views of Castle Rock, the massive Courthouse Butte, and the iconic Bell Rock. Some mornings, the rocks are glistening from light overnight snow, giving a uniquely stunning view you wouldn’t see otherwise. Book your room today!  Continue reading

Holidays at the Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village

Known as the “Art and Soul of Sedona,” the Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village is a must on any visit to Red Rock country. This gathering place and cultural center has been a Sedona landmark since the 1970s; visitors and local residents flock here all year long for the exceptional collection of galleries, shops, and dining establishments.

The Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village is more than just a community hub on the banks of Oak Creek; it’s a beautiful mix of open-air space and historic buildings where nature and architecture blend. Stately Sycamore and Cottonwood trees provide a lovely backdrop and shade in the courtyard. Constructed initially as an artist’s community, you’re bound to encounter talented makers actively working on their crafts, from sculptures to paintings and everything in between.

It’s not too early to start planning a getaway to Sedona this winter for shopping, adventures, and relaxing before the madness of the holiday season sets in. First, you’ll want to secure your lodging, and our Sedona Bed and Breakfast, tucked in the shadow of the stunning Red Rocks, is, by far, one of the best places to stay. Not only will you have immaculate views and a cozy guest room, but you’ll be privy to the most welcoming and warm hospitality in Arizona and a beautiful breakfast each morning. Book your room today! Continue reading

Sedona Helicopter Tours: Experience the Most Amazing Sky Adventures

If you’re looking for a stunning fall activity this year, consider taking Sedona Helicopter Tours. These tours offer a front-row seat to the stunning transformation of Sedona in the fall. It’s a chance to witness the landscape’s breathtaking beauty from a perspective few get to experience. As the crisp, cool breeze of autumn descends upon us, there’s no better time to embark on an adventure and witness the season’s natural beauty.

If you’re a traveler seeking excitement and a tranquil escape, look no further than Sedona, Arizona. Sedona’s red rocks are famous for taking on a new life, adorned in vibrant shades of red, orange, and gold. The canyons and forests come alive with the warm hues of autumn.

When it comes to things to do in Sedona, experiencing its iconic landmarks, including Cathedral Rock, Bell Rock, and Grand Canyon tours from the air is a must. Sedona helicopter tours offer an unmatched aerial perspective that fully allows you to appreciate these natural wonders’ grandeur and intricacy. The sweeping views, rugged terrain, and the sheer vastness of the landscape create a sense of wonder that’s hard to put into words.

While in Sedona, enhance your autumn getaway by staying at our exquisite Sedona Bed and Breakfast. Nestled in the heart of Sedona’s red rock country, our Sedona Bed and Breakfast offers luxurious accommodations that perfectly complement your adventure. With breathtaking views, comfortable rooms, and top-notch amenities, it’s the ideal retreat after your Sedona Helicopter Tours. Book a room at our Sedona Bed and Breakfast and make your stay in this picturesque desert oasis truly unforgettable.

Continue reading

Hike the Airport Mesa This Fall & More Great Hikes

Airport Mesa in Sedona is known as one of the best places in the area to get that quintessential panoramic, birds-eye view of our majestic Red Rocks. From this vantage point, you’ll see several famous formations, including Cathedral Rock, Courthouse Butte, Bell Rock, Chimney Rock, and Coffee Pot Rock. The Airport Mesa Loop is considered easy to moderate, clocking in at about 3.3 miles round trip—for more experienced hikers looking for a challenge, there are ways to extend this hike in length and difficulty.

Sedona’s desert landscape and incredible landmarks are often thought of as sacred and many visitors to this area are seeking a deeper energetic connection with nature. The Airport Mesa is known as one of the four vortexes in Sedona, where people frequently report feeling strong energy radiating from this space. You’ll often see folks pausing for meditation or yoga, and there are even local tour groups dedicated to sharing these practices.

This is just one of the things that makes Airport Mesa a must-see in Sedona. Thankfully, as a guest at our Sedona Bed and Breakfast, you’ll have a peaceful and restful retreat as your home base. You can head out on the best Sedona hiking trails, knowing you’ll return to your quiet and relaxing guest room. Or plan to take a dip in our outdoor pool with amazing views of the Red Rocks, especially at sunset. We can’t wait to host you; make your reservation today! Continue reading

The Absolute Best Things to do in Sedona This Fall

While we’re still in the peak of summer, we’re dreaming of the autumn days with cooler weather and the changing of the leaves. There are so many fantastic things to do in Sedona year-round, but fall is one of the most magical times to visit. There are numerous unique activities to enjoy during the fall in Sedona, ranging from hiking and wellness retreats to shopping and wine tasting. This season is actually one of the ideal times to visit Sedona, as the weather is perfect for outdoor activities.

As autumn arrives, the stunning Red Rocks of Sedona become even more beautiful with the addition of vibrant fall colors. It’s a breathtaking sight to see! One of the best things to do in Sedona this fall is take a scenic drive through Oak Creek Canyon on Highway 89A north towards Flagstaff. Weave through the canyon with the dramatic and colorful backdrop of the changing fall colors of the Coconino National Forest. The drive from Phoenix to Sedona is also lovely in the fall!

If you plan to enjoy the many activities Sedona offers this fall, we invite you to stay at our highly-rated Canyon Villa Inn, the best bed and breakfast, for an exceptional getaway experience. Our location, luxurious amenities, and welcoming service bring guests back year after year to take in the awe-inspiring fall colors and unwind in our desert oasis in the shadow of the iconic Red Rocks. Check our upcoming availability and book your room today! Continue reading

Scroll to top

The Gift Canyon Villa Bed & Breakfast

Give a friend or loved one the gift of relaxation and beauty with a Canyon Villa gift certificate. Our luxurious bed and breakfast is the perfect place to unwind, recharge and make memories.

Give The Gift of Canyon Villa B&B This Christmas

Give your loved one a very special gift of a stay at Canyon Villa Bed and Breakfast.