Snowflake Bed and Breakfast Inns
Heritage Inn Bed & Breakfast
Bed and breakfast inns near Snowflake
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Snowflake is a town located in Navajo County, Arizona. Relatively small when it comes to land area and population when compared to other towns and cities in the state, Snowflake nevertheless manages to attract visitors due to a number of interesting sites within its vicinity. Snowflake bed and breakfast inns are always ready to welcome guests who want to stay in the town for a few days. Among the most interesting destinations is the Snowflake Temple. An imposing architectural wonder, this Latter Day Saints worship site is a must-see for everyone because of its unique design. Snowflake Historic Homes should be part of the itinerary too. Numbering about 100, these homes have been restored to their original 19th century designs. To learn more about the town's history though, a visit to the Stinson Pioneer Museum would be worthwhile. Golf enthusiasts can go to the 18-hole Community Golf Course. By Heritage Inn Bed & Breakfast.
Snow Flake is known as a top destination for Mormons in the state of Arizona. Snow Flake bed and breakfast inns continue to accept guests and provide them accommodations comparable to those of top hotels. Tourists who come to the town usually visit Snow Flake Latter-Day Saints Temple, which is an imposing architectural wonder. The building is, in fact, considered as one of the landmarks of the town. Dining experiences at Snow Flake can also be memorable with the existence of some good restaurants. For Mexican cuisine go to La Cocina de Eva. Those who prefer healthy and vegetarian delights can proceed to Amelia's Organic Café. By Heritage Inn Bed & Breakfast.
Snowflake was founded in the 1870s by Mormon pioneers, it is located close to The Petrified Forest & Painted Desert, in the foothills of the White Mountains. Unique in Arizona because of the abundance of Historical homes are brick-built homes with white picket fences that can be toured. By Heritage Inn Bed & Breakfast.
The first thing we noticed about Snowflake is that it doesn't seem like a typical Arizona town. There is a definite English influence … houses built representing Victorian England? Hmm, curiosity gets the better of us. Snowflake, it must snow here, but 'no' the town is named after a Mr. Snow and a Mr. Flake; we definitely need to discover more!What shall we do today? Shall we just relax in the beautiful gardens of the Heritage Inn, read a good book while swinging in the hammock under the apple tree? Shall we take a tour of the 5 historical homes that are available to be seen? Shall we take a ride to go and see the Petroglyphs and the Petrified Forest? Or take a hike along the banks of the Silver Creek? Did we bring our fishing poles? I hear there are trout to be caught. The antique shops are beckoning as too are the birds and wildlife. Honey did you bring our clubs? I hear the Heritage Inn has an exclusive offer at one of the private courses in Show Low. I wonder if we should go for a trail ride on horseback or get some exercise today on our own two feet, I hear there are miles and miles of trails to hike. Back to our original idea, let's relax at the B&B and do all of this tomorrow! By Heritage Inn Bed & Breakfast.