The Pleasant Street Inn Bed & Breakfast

142 S. Pleasant Street, Prescott, Arizona 86303
Innkeeper(s): David & Gayle Ellis
 
  • Introduction

     

    The Pleasant Street Inn Bed & Breakfast - Prescott, Arizona

    The beautiful 1906 Victorian Pleasant Street Inn Bed and Breakfast is in the quiet residential area of historic Prescott.  The house has been completely restored and offers four guest rooms with private baths: two standard bedrooms and two two-room suites, one with fireplace and the other with a private deck.  The comfortable living room with fireplace and outside porches are great places to relax, read a book and appreciate the beauty of Prescott.

    Located only three blocks from the Courthouse Square, walking to restaurants, boutiques, art galleries, antique shops and historic Whiskey Row is easy, if you can tear yourself away from the warm and comfortable surroundings and accommodations. Sharlot Hall and Smoki Museum are also within walking distance.

    A full gourmet breakfast is served each morning and we will be your concierge to help plan your day.  Prescott is an ideal center for hiking, fishing, kayaking, birding and golfing and a great place for day-tripping  to Sedona, Jerome and the Grand Canyon.

    The Pleasant Street Inn has central air-conditioning and high-speed wireless internet.  It is a non-smoking establishment and is the only year round continually operating B&B in downtown Prescott.

    The Pleasant Street Inn has received many awards, including being named "One of Arizona's 10 Best B&B's" by Phoenix Magazine and has received the prestigious Certificate of Excellence Award from TripAdvisor.

     

  • Insider's Info

    Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers.
    Why do most travelers stay at your inn?

    Two reasons: 1) Most importantly, our location in Prescott’s historic district only 3 blocks from downtown and the Courthouse Plaza. Guests can walk everywhere from the inn: concerts and art fairs on the plaza, restaurants, shopping, historic Whiskey Row, so many choices!   2) And our beautifully restored Victorian home offering comfortable accommodations and unparalleled hospitality. We have many return guests and look forward to making new friends as well.

    What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?

    We are the only B&B in downtown Prescott within a short walking distance to the Courthouse Plaza (dine, shop, enjoy concerts), our reputation for cleanliness and the fantastic breakfasts and evening desserts we serve.  Our self-serve Super-Automatic Espresso Machine is fast becoming another reason guests love our inn -- it is available 24/7 to guests and is the perfect start or end to your day.

    If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?

    Prescott was founded in 1863 and was the first Territorial Capital of Arizona – lots of history here plus loads of small town charm and friendly folks.  Our weather is a huge draw, as we are always cooler than the Phoenix desert and we have four seasons. After all, we are a Mile High City!

    What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?

    "It’s so comfortable it feels like home." and whenever guests comment about returning "home" in the evening after a full day of exploring Prescott's many offerings.

    What’s the best kept secret about the area?

    We've got lots of secrets to share!  Prescott has fabulous restaurants, events year round, and outdoor activities abound.  Many folks have visited Prescott, been smitten with the area, and returned as neighbors!

    If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?

    If they have no specific interests, we would suggest: One day downtown walking around Courthouse Plaza with visits to the Sharlot Hall history museum and Smoki Native American museum, all within walking distance of our B&B. One day driving around the area to Watson Lake & the magnificent Granite Dells, the Heritage Park (rescue) Zoo and a visit to the Phippen Museum of western fine art and/or hiking in Prescott National Forest, Thumb Butte or Granite Mountain. The third full day would be a 45-minute drive to the nearby town of Jerome (an artist community “hanging off” Mingus Mountain and formerly a ghost town) for lunch and/or shopping and then continuing on to Sedona for a drive through the famous red rocks.  We are happy to assist you in planning your visit to the area ... just let us know what interests you.

    Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?

    Absolutely, we are in a great location!  The Courthouse Plaza with restaurants, shops, saloons plus two museums are all just 3 blocks away. Park your car when you arrive and leave it there.  You can stroll to all these nearby attractions, no need to fuss with parking or hailing a cab.

    What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?

    El Gato Azul is one of our favorites, offering fabulous tapas and a beautiful creekside dining area with live music.  Prescott has lots of great locally owned restaurants and we're always happy to share our recommendations with our guests.  Evening coffee and dessert is served nightly and is "on the house" at Pleasant Street Inn -- our pastry chef creates yummy petit fours and special cakes for that special birthday or anniversary occasion.

    Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?

     www.visit-prescott.com

    How many rooms does your inn have?

    We have four guest rooms. Two two-room suites and two standard rooms, all with private baths. Plus lots of common areas inside and outside where you can really relax. Enjoy breakfast inside or out, and at a private table or with other guests. Step outside the door and take a walking tour of Prescott's Historic District.

    Do you accept pets?

    Sorry, no pets, but we're happy to refer you to some of our favorite pet boarding facilities.  Just ask us.

     

  • Amenities

    One of the most wonderful things about the Pleasant Street Inn is peace and quiet, therefore, the only TV in the house is a small one in the Pine View Suite.

    Each room has a hair dryer, a clock radio and comfortable pillow-top mattress.

    The main floor has a guest refrigerator with complimentary bottled water and soda, CD player, games, books and a fireplace to relax by.

    High Speed Wireless Internet.