Historic Arizona Bed and Breakfast Inns

Ajo

1 Guest House Inn
— Ajo, AZ 1927
Provided lodging for mining company executives and guests. Read More

Bisbee

2 Bisbee Grand Hotel, A B&B Inn
— Bisbee, AZ 1906
Located in downtown historic Bisbee, features 110-year-old back bar fixture. Read More
3 School House Inn
— Bisbee, AZ 1918
The original blueprints for the school are displayed in the stairway which leads to the nine very spacious rooms. Read More
4 Gardens At Mile High Ranch
— Bisbee, AZ 1920
5 Inn At Castle Rock
— Bisbee, AZ 1895
6 Calumet & Arizona Guest House
— Bisbee, AZ 1906
7 Bisbee Inn
— Bisbee, AZ 1912

Chloride

8 Shep's Miners Inn
— Chloride, AZ 1890
All adobe construction, originally stage coach stop for Butterfield Stage Line. Read More

Dewey

9 Cherry Creek Bed & Breakfast
— Dewey, AZ 1900

Flagstaff

10 Comfi Cottages

— Flagstaff, AZ 1920
Several Indian ruins are within 50 miles of the cottages. Read More
11 England House Bed and Breakfast

— Flagstaff, AZ 1901
12 Inn at 410 B&B
— Flagstaff, AZ 1894
Built in 1894, The Inn at 410 became the home of a wealthy local banker and rancher, Thomas Pollock in 1907. Mr. Pollock expanded the house with a second floor and added extensive millwork in the... Read More
13 Aspen Inn Bed & Breakfast
— Flagstaff, AZ 1912

Florence

14 Rancho Sonora Inn & Casitas
— Florence, AZ 1930

Glendale

15 Glendale Gaslight Inn
— Glendale, AZ 1926
The 2-story red-brick building with original pressed tin ceilings is full of wonderful charm and character. Read More

Jerome

16 Ghost City Inn
— Jerome, AZ 1890
17 The Surgeon's House B&B
— Jerome, AZ 1916
18 Jerome Grand Hotel
— Jerome, AZ 1926

Miami

19 Copper Miners Rest
— Miami, AZ 1910

Nogales

20 Hacienda Corona De Guevavi Bed and Breakfast
— Nogales, AZ 1900
Murals by Salvador Corona painted in 1944 and 1952, headquarters of the Guevavi Ranch founded in 1723 by Juan Bautista de Anza making this the oldest ranch in Arizona. At one time one of the largest... Read More

Oracle

21 Triangle L Ranch B&B Retreat
— Oracle, AZ 1880

Patagonia

22 Spirit Tree Inn B&B
— Patagonia, AZ 1924
23 Duquesne House Bed & Breakfast
— Patagonia, AZ 1898

Phoenix

24 Maricopa Manor Bed & Breakfast Inn

— Phoenix, AZ 1928
Arizona Biltmore Resort (2 miles), Heard Museum (3 miles), Pueblo Grand Indian Ruins and Museum. Read More

Portal

25 George Walker House
— Portal, AZ 1914

Prescott

26 Hotel Vendome
— Prescott, AZ 1917
27 Prescott Pines Inn
— Prescott, AZ 1934
28 Hassayampa Inn
— Prescott, AZ 1927

Safford

29 Cottage Bed & Breakfast, Historic Olney House
— Safford, AZ 1890

Sasabe

30 Rancho De La Osa
— Sasabe, AZ 1830

Sedona

31 Garland's Oak Creek Lodge
— Sedona, AZ 1930

Snowflake

32 Heritage Inn Bed & Breakfast
— Snowflake, AZ 1890
The house was built in the 1890's by the Flake family. It was a family home until early 2000. Read More

Tombstone

33 Marie's Engaging Bed/Breakfast
— Tombstone, AZ 1906

Tucson

34 Adobe Rose Inn

— Tucson, AZ 1933
Located in Sam Hughes neighborhood which is placed in National Historic Register. Read More
35 The Royal Elizabeth Bed & Breakfast Inn
— Tucson, AZ 1878
There are no other known examples of San Francisco Victorian homes built of adobe mud block. Read More
36 The El Presidio B&B Inn
— Tucson, AZ 1886
37 The Big Blue House - Tucson Boutique Inn
— Tucson, AZ 1899
38 The Peppertrees B&B Inn
— Tucson, AZ 1905
39 Hacienda del Sol Guest Ranch Resort
— Tucson, AZ 1929
40 Arizona Inn
— Tucson, AZ 1930
41 Sam Hughes Inn
— Tucson, AZ 1931
Located in an historic neighborhood, the inn is a contributing member of the Sam Hughes Historic District. Read More

Williams

42 Red Garter Inn
— Williams, AZ 1897
Built by a German tailor in 1897 as the Grand Canyon's whorehouse and saloon, the Red Garter sits on historic Route 66 across from the Grand Canyon Railway. Richardsonian Romanesque in design, it... Read More

Yuma

43 The Adobe House
— Yuma, AZ 1935