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10 Things To Do in Sedona this Fall

The list of things to do in Sedona is an extensive array of everything from hiking to shopping to wine tasting. The fall is a particularly lovely time to be in this part of Arizona as the temperatures dip and the colors of autumn begin to arrive. Set amongst the red rock landscape the leaves of the cottonwoods, sage, junipers, and pines pop in the golden light of fall.

This time of year is also a great time for a stay at Canyon Villa. After a busy summer wouldn’t it be nice to relax in luxury at our Sedona Inn. Our quiet desert sanctuary is the ultimate place to rejuvenate this fall. You don’t have to go far to see gorgeous autumn scenery as our bed and breakfast is set near Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte in the heart of Red Rock Country. If you want the perfect Arizona getaway to reset and recoup this fall book your stay today! Continue reading

Wine Tasting on The Verde Valley Wine Trail This Summer

Verde Valley Wine Trail in Northern Arizona is a delightful surprise in this desert landscape. Most people would be astounded to find that the Verde Valley is brimming with award-winning wineries and tasting rooms. This lush river valley in red rock country offers the dry climate and access to water that grapes thrive on. The result is beautiful and distinctive wineries concentrated along what is known as the Verde Valley Wine Trail.

Our Sedona Inn is located nearby many of the wineries included in the wine trail with other wineries just a short drive away. From our elegant lodging, you’ll be able to soak in views of Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte after a day of wine touring and exploring. Unwind this summer at our desert oasis and book your stay today! Continue reading

5 Amazing Reasons to Hike Devil’s Bridge in Sedona this Summer

You may not think hiking in Arizona in the summer would be ideal, and you may be correct if you were to hike in places such as Pheonix or the Scottsdale area with their triple-digit temps. But a hike to Devil’s Bridge in Sedona offers relatively cooler days, significantly fewer crowds, and gorgeous views of Sedona’s well known Red Rock region. This fun little hike is short but mighty! You won’t regret getting out and going on this must-see excursion.

Our luxurious bed and breakfast is the perfect escape for you this summer. Located in a small, quiet community just outside of Sedona, Canyon Villa Bed and Breakfast is far enough away, yet still in close proximity to world-class hiking and other outdoor activities. If you are looking for the best summer getaway after a long winter and spring, we will be here to welcome you. Book your stay with us today! Continue reading

10 Reasons our Sedona Bed and Breakfast is Worth Visiting

Located in the nearby small community of Oak Creek, our Sedona Bed and Breakfast is a quiet, secluded oasis tucked in amongst the breathtaking Red Rocks of the Sedona area. Our luxurious inn is the perfect place to renew and rejuvenate after a cold winter and spring. Refreshing, shady walks next to a creek or a dip in a cool pool will renew your spirits. If you are craving an escape from the ordinary, and need a change of pace, we are here to welcome you! If you’d enjoy a place to unwind with unparalleled desert views book your stay today! Continue reading

10 Best Things to do in Sedona this Spring

Ah! Spring in the desert! In particular Sedona, Arizona in Spring. A time when the possibilities of things to do in Sedona seem endless. When the average high temperature reaches the low 80s, the area is in full flower bloom, and the bright green of the new growth of plants contrasts beautifully with the deep red of the famous red rocks of this area.

March through May is the best time of year to visit the Red Rock country of Sedona and Canyon Villa Bed and Breakfast is the ideal place to stay while exploring all this area has to offer during this magical time of year. Our Inn is located in the small and quiet nearby community of Oak Creek. If you would like to escape to this springtime sanctuary, Book your room today! Continue reading

Find the Best Sedona Tour This Winter

Sedona Tour with Southwest Outside AdventuresThis winter is an ideal time to take a Sedona tour and explore all this incredible area has to offer. The weather is perfectly mild, often topping out in the mid-high ’50s. But even more appealing are the smaller crowds in Sedona. That means not only can you dine at all of your favorite restaurants without much hassle and go wine tasting with fewer people crowding the tasting rooms, it also means there will be fewer people out on the hiking trails and competing for Sedona’s most coveted views.

If you’re looking for a Sedona tour company, there’s one company we’ve worked with over our years in business that far outshines the rest, and that’s Southwest Outside Adventures. Southwest Outside Adventures has been operating tours in the Sedona area since 1981 and thus has years of experience in leading hikes, expeditions, southwest tours, and providing information on natural history, geology, and Native American cultures. They are, without a doubt, the best Sedona tour company around.

Book your stay at our luxury Bed and Breakfast this winter, and come explore all of the exciting options waiting for you in Sedona! Continue reading

Hiking the Courthouse Butte Loop in Sedona

Hike the Courthouse Butte Loop Trail in SedonaThe weather here in Sedona has settled into its regular winter pattern of temperatures in the mid-high ’50s. Even though this may be our coldest weather of the year, it’s still perfect weather to go for a hike on the Courthouse Butte Loop, which just so happens to be adjacent to our property at the Canyon Villa Bed and Breakfast.  Sedona is one of the most scenic areas in all of Arizona, and, thankfully, that beauty is easy to enjoy on great hikes like the Courthouse Butte Loop.

In fact, Hiking in Sedona is something that can easily be enjoyed year-round. There’s nothing better than spending a few hours walking through the beautiful red rock scenery and climbing your way through canyons. You’ll also find a great range of trails in Sedona, from the easy meandering nature walks to more challenging trails that take you high above the ridges and offer breathtaking vistas. But first, you need to book accommodations.  You’ll find there’s no better lodging in Sedona that our luxury Inn.  Book a room at our Sedona Bed and Breakfast today! Continue reading

Winter is a Great Time to Visit Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona

Visit the Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona This WinterWe sometimes get asked when is the best time to visit Sedona and to explore its amazing attractions like the Chapel of the Holy Cross. There’s not a straight answer to that question, as we enjoy Sedona all year long. Truthfully, Sedona’s weather is pretty mild year-round, and it’s a wonderful 4-season destination.

We do sit at a higher elevation than many other parts of the state, and therefore we enjoy cooler average temperatures than many of Arizona’s southern cities, and that is especially true during the winter.  Still, the mild weather gives you the perfect opportunity to spend your days outdoors hiking and exploring the Red Rocks (with far fewer crowds, we might add!).

We’re excited to be on the brink of another winter in this exceptionally beautiful area. The red rocks will soon get their crisp, white cap of snow, and the blue-sky days will be followed by cozy, romantic evenings curled up by a fire at our Inn. Rest assured, though, that while the snowy caps on the rocks are a beautiful sight to behold, it rarely causes issues for us.  The warm Arizona sun melts it away quickly so you don’t have to worry about icy roads and trails. It’s still easy to get out and enjoy Sedona’s best hiking trails and attractions, including the stunningly beautiful Chapel of the Holy Cross.

Come experience a small piece of Sedona this winter and enjoy our breathtaking views. Book a room at our romantic Bed and Breakfast today! Continue reading

When is the Best Time to Visit Sedona?

Fall is the Best Time to Visit SedonaWe often get asked when the best time to visit Sedona is. Without a doubt, one of the best times to visit these beautiful Red Rocks is during October and November. During the fall, the weather in Sedona is mild and enjoyable, and there are considerably fewer people out on the trails. Another great time to visit Sedona is between March and May when the weather is starting to heat back up but before it becomes too hot for hiking in the hills.

Moreover, Sedona is absolutely stunning during the fall season. As the fall colors change against the dramatic background of the red rocks, you’ll find yourself mesmerized.  Take advantage of this special time in Sedona, and spend a few days with us at our luxury Sedona Bed and Breakfast. Continue reading

Try These Unique Jeep Tours in Sedona

Take the Pink Jeep Tours in Sedona This FallWhether on foot, by bike, via jeep tours, or some other mode of transportation, exploring the twists and turns of Sedona in the fall is one of our favorite things to do. Fall in Sedona is magical. As the light filters down and baths the rocks in its golden hues, it somehow makes the fall colors fo Sedona seem even richer. Sedona’s weather throughout the fall season is mild; perfect for getting outside and exploring these incredible landscapes to your heart’s content.

From the moment you arrive at our Sedona Bed and Breakfast, with breathtaking views of Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte in the background, you’ll be mesmerized. Our Innkeepers are very knowledgable about the Sedona area and can help you fill your time with activities and make the most of your time with us. Come visit us this fall, and book a room at our Sedona Bed and Breakfast. Continue reading

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