Arizona Association of Bed & Breakfast Inns

11770 E Rambling Trail, Tucson, Arizona 85747
  • Arizona Association of Bed and Breakfast Inns

    Arizona Association of Bed and Breakfast Inns

  • Indian Hill Bed and Breakfast - Tucson, Arizona

    Indian Hill Bed and Breakfast - Tucson, Arizona

  • Desert Trails Bed and Breakfast - Tucson, Arizona

    Desert Trails Bed and Breakfast - Tucson, Arizona

  • The Inns at El Rancho Merlita - Tucson, Arizona

    The Inns at El Rancho Merlita - Tucson, Arizona

  • Casa Tierra Adobe Bed and Breakfast Inn - Tucson, Arizona

    Casa Tierra Adobe Bed and Breakfast Inn - Tucson, Arizona

  • Big Blue House - Tucson, Arizona

    Big Blue House - Tucson, Arizona

  • Catalina Park Inn - Tucson, Arizona

    Catalina Park Inn - Tucson, Arizona

  • Hacienda Corona de Guevavi Bed and Breakfast - Nogales, Arizona

    Hacienda Corona de Guevavi Bed and Breakfast - Nogales, Arizona

  • Ramsey Canyon Inn - Hereford, Arizona

    Ramsey Canyon Inn - Hereford, Arizona

  • Casa de San Pedro Bed and Breakfast Inn - Hereford, Arizona

    Casa de San Pedro Bed and Breakfast Inn - Hereford, Arizona

  • Starlight Pines Bed and Breakfast - Flagstaff, Arizona

    Starlight Pines Bed and Breakfast - Flagstaff, Arizona

  • Pleasant Street Inn Bed & Breakfast - Prescott, Arizona

    Pleasant Street Inn Bed & Breakfast - Prescott, Arizona

  • Prescott Pines Inn - Prescott, Arizona

    Prescott Pines Inn - Prescott, Arizona

  • Shadow Catcher Bed and Breakfast - Casa Grande, Arizona

    Shadow Catcher Bed and Breakfast - Casa Grande, Arizona

 
  • Introduction


    Enhance Your Arizona Experience at Arizona's Best Bed and Breakfasts.
     
    The members of the Arizona Association of Bed and Breakfast Inns extend to you a warm welcome to Arizona.
     
    The Grand Canyon State has long been an international destination for leisure and business travelers alike. Arizona has so much to offer to its visitors. From the Sonoran Desert and sky islands of Tucson to the alpine forests of Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon, the red rock country of Sedona or the urban oases of metropolitan Phoenix--or anything in between--our state will surprise you with its diversity, indescribable beauty and incredibly unique and memorable bed and breakfast accommodations.

    • Select from over 50 unique member bed and breakfast inns throughout Arizona.
    • Enjoy more personal, intimate and local experiences.
    • Trust inns that are regularly inspected and held to the highest standards of quality.
    • Browse Arizona B&Bs by region or city.  Check availability.  Make reservations.
    • Travel with customized B&B directory lists.  Call B&Bs from the road.
    • Link to individual bed and breakfast websites.
    • Consider nearly two-dozen custom designed Arizona travel itineraries.
    • Learn of local events, landmarks and destinations recommended by our innkeepers.

    Use the map to assist you in selecting a destination. The member inns of AABBI are situated throughout Arizona: in the White Mountains in the east, in Red Rock Country, the Granite Dells area, the southern desert, in the capital city, and in the north (Grand Canyon country).

    Arizona

     

    AABBI's member B&Bs meet and pass review and inspection program guidelines
    set forth by PAII Affiliate Association Advisory Council (PAAAC).

  • Central Arizona

    Casa Grande
     


    Shadow Catcher Bed and Breakfast
    Your Hosts: Neil and Cathy Weidner
    9788 N. Cox Rd.,
    Casa Grande, Arizona 85294
    520-421-3371

    Shadowcatcher Bed and Breakfast is conveniently located on 2 acres in the Casa Grande foothills between Phoenix and Tucson with easy access to I-8 and I-10. Three intimate casita-suites with private courtyard entrances, king size beds, fireplaces sitting areas and custom walk in showers combine a blend of rustic yet luxurious comfort. A full breakfast is served daily in the breakfast room or on the outdoor patio by the waterfall or fireplace.
     

    Phoenix

    Maricopa Manor B&B Inn
    Your Host: Joan Eveland
    15 W. Pasadena Avenue,
    Phoenix, Arizona, 85013
    800-292-6403
    602-264-9200

    Imagine yourself a privileged guest, among good friends and business associates, in the sumptuous atmosphere of a fine residence, enjoying all the comforts of home, while being catered to with the most attentive of service. Maricopa Manor is a home away from home reflecting your finest sensibilities while fulfilling your personal and professional needs.

  • North Central Arizona

    Globe

    Noftsger Hill Inn
    Your Hosts: Rosalie & Dom Ayala
    425 North Street
    Globe, Arizona, 85501
    877-780-2479
    928-425-2260

    High above the Cobre Valley in the shadow of the Old Dominion Mine, The Noftsger Hill Inn stands - a monolithic monument to miner, academic, and architect. Built as a school in 1907, this majestic Bed & Breakfast, located in Globe, Arizona, is filled with rustic elegance and framed by mining era houses.

     

    Prescott

    Pleasant Street Inn Bed & Breakfast
    Your Host: Jeanne Watkins
    142 S. Pleasant Street,
    Prescott, Arizona, 86303
    (928) 445-4774
    (877) 226-7128

    Location, location, location! This 1906 Victorian is three blocks from, Courthouse Plaza surrounded by restaurants, art galleries, boutiques, antique shops and "Whiskey Row". The Courthouse’s park-like setting is also the happening place for most of the events and festivals in Prescott. the Pleasant Street Inn is the only active full-time bed and breakfast in downtown Prescott.


    Prescott Pines Inn
    Your Hosts: Lisa Carlson & Dawn Delaney
    901 White Spar Road
    Prescott, Arizona, 86303
    (928) 445-7270
    (800) 541-5374

    Welcome to Prescott Pines Inn, situated just minutes from downtown Prescott's historic Courthouse Square and Whiskey Row, yet nestled at the edge of the Prescott National Forest. This is where you will find peace and quiet, a place to relax on one of many patios under centuries-old shade trees, and be pampered by owners Lisa and Dawn. Prescott Pines Inn is truly a special place. If you stay for just one night, a weekend, or longer it will be hard for you to choose between the many delights offered by Prescott and the surrounding area and those offered at the Inn, such as relaxing on one of the patios with a good book, cozying up by the fireplace in your room, or making new friends over a sinfully indulgent breakfast. Easy access to the Grand Canyon, Sedona, and Jerome and an ideal center for hiking, fishing or kayaking plus many more activities makes Prescott Pines Inn the perfect location for a weekend away or longer stay.
     

    Sedona

    Adobe Village Graham Inn
    Your Hosts: Ron and Cheryl Horwart
    150 Canyon Circle Divine
    Sedona, Arizona 86351
    800-228-1425

    The Adobe Village Graham Inn offers you a Boutique Inn lodging experience in a Luxury Bed and Breakfast. Located in the heart of the Sedona Red Rock Country, the amazing views from our Inn include some of the most famous Red Rock formations; Courthouse Rock, Bell Rock and Castle Rock.

    Alma De Sedona
    Your Host: Lori Reinhold
    50 Hozoni Drive,
    Sedona, Arizona 86336
    800-923-2282
    928-282-2737

    We are a premiere boutique style bed and breakfast located in a very quiet residential neighboorhood of West Sedona. A beautiful hilltop setting on 2 acres is the perfect place to enjoy views & privacy. Every guest room has a private entrance and private patio or balcony, king bed, fireplace and petite fridge. We have a seasonally heated pool, a beautifully landscaped waterfall flowing into a pond, outdoor rock labyrinth and medicine wheel.

    Canyon Villa Bed and Breakfast Inn of Sedona
    Your Hosts: Peg and Les Belch
    40 Canyon Circle Drive
    Sedona, Arizona 86351
    800-453-1166
    928-284-1226

    Imagine you and your loved one ...  sharing sunrises and sunsets  at Sedona's " Inn with the Million Dollar Views.” Experience Red Rock Views from your bed, patio, or deck in 10 of our 11 Elegant Guestrooms. AAA Four-Diamond Award –  Since 1993. Member, Select Registry - Distinguished Inns of No. America. "Best U.S. Inn & B&B" Traveler's Choice Awards from TripAdvisor - 2008, 2009

    Cozy Cactus Bed and Breakfast
    Your Hosts: Mark and Carrie Peterson
    80 Canyon Circle Drive
    Sedona, Arizona 86351
    (928) 284-0082
    (800) 788-2082

    Not Fancy.....Fabulous! The Cozy Cactus is truly unique among Sedona B&B’s. Imagine stepping out the door of your two bedroom suite (or one bedroom) to the panoramic view of Bell Rock as you start your hike into the Coconino National Forest (after or before a hot and hearty breakfast of course). End your day relaxing in casual southwestern hospitality. Sedona lodging at it's best.

  • Northern Arizona

    Flagstaff
     

    Starlight Pines Bed and Breakfast
    Your Hosts: Richard, Michael, Mooshu, Taz and Baxter!!
    3380 East Lockett Road
    Flagstaff, Arizona 86004
    800-752-1912
    928-527-1912

    Our Flagstaff Bed and Breakfast is perfect for celebrating your birthday, anniversary, honeymoon, Mother's Day or just a few days away from your day to day surroundings.   Flagstaff is centrally located to be used as a home base while visiting all that Northern Arizona has to offer!  So come to the mountains, to the pine-scented air and the cool, starry nights. Slip out of your normal routine & into romance at Starlight Pines Bed & Breakfast in Flagstaff, Arizona!
     

    Snowflake

     

    Osmer Heritage Inn
    Your Hosts: Craig & JoAnne Guderian
    161 N. Main Street
    Snowflake, Arizona 85937
    866-486-5947
    928-536-3322

    Settled in 1878 by Mormon Pioneers, sent here by Brigham Young, Osmer D. Flake built this beautiful 1890 Victorian brick home with a carriage house and granary building.  It was lovingly restored in 2001, and it now has 12 large rooms, decorated with period antique furnishings and beds. Nine rooms have brass clawfoot tubs and showers, 3 of the rooms have jacuzzi tubs, large enough for 2 people. Each room has it's own gas fired fireplace heater and air conditioner, TV & DVD players.
     

    Williams
     

    FireLight Bed and Breakfast
    Your Hosts: Debi Zecchin and Eric Eikenberry
    175 W. Meade Ave.
    Williams, Arizona 86046
    888-838-8218
    928-635-0200

    Overlooking the town of Williams, Arizona, and 50 miles south of Grand Canyon, the FireLight Bed and Breakfast is a wonderful place to stay while you explore northern Arizona—or simply a wonderful place to stay. Every single room of this elegant, three-story home has recently been completely renovated and decorated in meticulous detail. The English Tudor-style exterior is beautifully complimented by the cozy, English country home décor on the inside.  Cozy, elegant, private and quiet!

  • Southern Arizona

    Bisbee

    Letson Loft Hotel
    Your Hosts: Ken and Patsy Walker
    26 Main St.
    Bisbee, Arizona 85603
    877-432-3210
    520-432-3210

    Only 90 miles, but a century removed from the hustle and bustle of Tucson, the Letson Loft Hotel is the crown-jewel of the historic mining town of Bisbee. Eight guest rooms sit atop the Main Street scene of art galleries, restaurants and one-of-a-kind gift shops of Old Bisbee. The Letson offers a perfect blend of exceptional amenities and décor, combining all of today’s conveniences alongside the carefully-restored vintage treasures of the late 1880’s.
     

    Hereford


    Casa de San Pedro Bed and Breakfast Inn
    Your Hosts: Karl Schmitt and Patrick Dome
    8933 S.Yell Lane
    Hereford, Az., 85615
    888-257-2050
    520-366-1300

    Casa de San Pedro B&B is located in Southeast Arizona on the banks of the San Pedro River.  From Tucson the Casa is at the end of a scenic drive, about 90 miles from the Tucson airport, but only inches from heaven.  The Casa is a territorial hacienda modeled after the old inns of Mexico and Spain, with an interior courtyard with a bubbling fountain, flowers and birds.  The Casa is an ideal location for travelers to rest and relax,or to use as a focal point for their exploration of the wonders of Cochise County including gun-slinging Tombstone, old-world Bisbee, and the scenicwonder of several mountain ranges.  The canyons of the Huachuca mountains are world reknown birding hotspots (Ash Canyon, Miller Canyon,Ramsey Canyon, and Garden Canyon on Fort Huachuca).  The San Pedro River Valley, home to the Casa, is also an incredible naturalist haven featuring many birds that follow the riparian corridor as it winds its way North from Mexico.


    Ramsey Canyon Inn
    Your Host: Shirlene DeSantes
    29 Ramsey Canyon Rd,
    Hereford, Arizona 85615
    (520) 378-3010

    Upon arrival and each afternoon Bed and Breakfast guests will be treated to fresh shade grown coffee, fragrant teas, and homemade pies freshly baked daily with fruit from our orchard. (Shirlene has won over 100 blue ribbons for her pies.) A full gourmet breakfast is served family style each morning. Breakfast with other guests provides a unique opportunity to share tips on birding areas or hiking trails.
     

    Nogales

    Hacienda Corona de Guevavi Bed and Breakfast
    Your Hosts: Phil and Wendy Stover
    348 South River Road
    Nogales, Arizona 85628
    888-287-6502
    520-287-6503

    Come join us at Hacienda Corona de Guevavi Bed and Breakfast and Casitas, a perfectly private, peaceful and romantic inn perched atop 36 acres of the historic Guevavi Ranch along the banks of the Santa Cruz River between the towns of Tubac and Patagonia.
     

    Tucson


    Adobe Rose Inn
    Your Hosts: Marion and Jim
    940 N Olsen Avenue
    Tucson, Arizona 85719
    800-328-4122
    520-318-4644

    Originally built in 1933, the Adobe Rose Inn is located in the historic Sam Hughes neighborhood in Central Tucson, just two blocks east of the University of Arizona (UA). Nestled in this architecturally diverse neighborhood, the Adobe Rose Inn is an ideal stop for vacationers and professional travelers alike.


    Big Blue House
    Your Host: Lea Ramsey
    144 E. University Blvd.
    Tucson, Arizona 85705
    520-891-1827
    520-891-9121

    One of the most unique and historic homes in Tucson. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Built of solid Redwood and Maple by the master craftsmen of Tucson's Ronstadt Family in the summer of 1899. Occupied by Pepe Ronstadt until his death in 1933, then by his wife until the 1950s. Lea Marie Ramsey, relative of the original owner, Anna Marie Ramsey, has devoted herself (and her family) to the complete exterior restoration of this beautiful Tucson historic gem.
     


    Casa Tierra Adobe Bed and Breakfast Inn
    Your Hosts: Dave Malmquist
    11155 W. Calle Pima
    Tucson, Arizona 85743
    866-254-0006
    520-578-3058

    If you are coming to Tucson to experience the desert, Casa Tierra Adobe Bed & Breakfast Inn is the place to be! Casa Tierra is located on five acres of beautiful Sonoran desert thirty minutes from downtown Tucson and the University of Arizona. As you drive over Gate’s Pass through Tucson Mountain Park and Saguaro National Park West you enter an area known for its magnificent Saguaro cacti and fiery sunsets. Every direction provides spectacular mountain views. Abundant wildlife and native vegetation provide a perfect backdrop for our adobe hacienda home. Come relax with us in the quiet of the desert where the voices of the coyotes and birds blend perfectly with the beauty and tranquility of our private courtyards and fountains.


    Catalina Park Inn
    Your Hosts: Mark Hall and Paul Richard
    309 East 1st Street
    Tucson, Arizona 85705
    (520) 792-4541
    (800) 792-4885

    This stately Tucson home built in 1927 retains many original details. Since opening as Catalina Park Inn Bed and Breakfast in 1994, innkeepers Paul Richard and Mark Hall have been offering their guests friendly hospitality and comfortable accommodations in a relaxed environment.

    Cat Mountain Lodge
    Your Hosts: Angel Jackson-Slye
    2720 South Kinney Road
    Tucson, Arizona 85735
    (520) 578-6085

    Cat Mountain Lodge, a Bed & Breakfast in the Desert, is nestled at the base of the Tucson Mountains on the outskirts of the city, just a few hundred feet from Tucson National Park. Our beautiful Lodge has eco-friendly features built into a vintage ranch setting, with four (4) spacious rooms that provide southwestern styling mixed with modern conveniences. Each room has a private bath and sitting area, and opens through French doors onto a central courtyard filled with native plants and a beautiful fountain. We invite you to retreat to our common room to sit and relax in front of our beehive fireplace while you enjoy a fresh cup of coffee, or browse on our computer to view the many golf courses, hiking & biking trails, museums, and historical attractions in our area. Our on-site innkeeper is always happy to assist in the planning of your daily activities. Our Lodge sits on more than 13 magnificent acres, and has plenty of free parking.

    Desert Dove Bed and Breakfast
    Your Hosts: Harvey and Betty Ross
    11707 E. Old Spanish Trail,
    Tucson, Arizona 85730
    877-722-6879
    520-722-6879

    Welcome to Tucson, Arizona, a visit to the Old West where here at Desert Dove Bed and Breakfast you can relax, enjoy and reminisce. Our territorial adobe bed and breakfast is situated on four acres and nestled in the foothills of the Rincon Mountains near the Saguaro National Park East. The Desert Dove Bed and Breakfast offers beautiful scenic views of Tucson, Arizona, and the Sonora Desert. Hiking and biking trails, horseback riding, and bird watching all located near by in the Saguaro National Park East.


    Desert Trails Bed and Breakfast
    Your Hosts: John Higgins & Steffi Engel
    12851 East Speedway Blvd.
    Tucson, Arizona 85748
    (520) 885-7295
    (877) 758-3284

    Desert Trails borders Saguaro National Park East but is only fifteen miles from downtown Tucson.  Located on the eastern end of Speedway Boulevard, we are just far enough out to be away from noise, traffic, and light pollution of the city but still close enough that a short drive takes you to some of Tucson's finest east-side restaurants.

    Hacienda Del Desierto
    Your Hosts: Rosemary and David Brown
    11770 E. Rambling Trail
    Tucson., Arizona 85747
    800-982-1795
    520-298-1764

    Hacienda Awards worth noting:  Most Privacy, Best Wildlife Viewing, Best Interior Design & Decor, One of Best B & B's in Arizona. Enjoy the flavor of a historic Spanish hacienda in a peaceful, secluded desert setting on 16 acres with mountain views attractive to nature lovers and romantics alike.  Hike, bird watch, pamper yourselves under the stars in one of our spas, or relax with a good book on one of our patios or porches in a garden environment.

    Indian Hill Bed and Breakfast
    Your Hosts: Paul and Doreen Hedger
    2955 N.Tomahawk Trail
    Tucson, Arizona 85749
    866-598-4471
    520-760-4200

    Indian Hill B&B is set in almost four natural acres of the unique and amazing Sonoran Desert in NE Tucson. Mountain-framed, peaceful, private and with a sense of seclusion yet close to restaurants and area attractions such as the Saguaro National Park, Sabino Canyon and Mount Lemmon, our hacienda-style B&B was designed purely with the comfort of our guests in mind. Relax amidst Native American/Southwestern décor featuring custom, handcrafted furniture, browse local lore, history and area guides in our library, view up close the flora and fauna of this fascinating region, watch the nearby mountains turn pink at sunset, enjoy a good night’s sleep in a Tempur-Pedic bed and begin a new day fortified by our delicious breakfasts!

    Jeremiah Inn
    Your Hosts: Bob and Beth Miner
    10921 East Snyder Road
    Tucson, Arizona 85749
    888-750-3072
    520-749-3072

    The Jeremiah Inn Bed & Breakfast is a Tucson Arizona Bed and Breakfast offering travelers a desert retreat on their 3+ acres nestled at the threshold of the Catalina Mountains. Our Tucson Arizona bed and breakfast is the perfect getaway for Tucson lodging, swimming, bird watching, hiking and other activities available for your Tucson vacation.

    Royal Elizabeth Bed and Breakfast Inn
    Your Hosts: Eric Oxman and BJ Gibbons
    204 South Scott Avenue
    Tucson, Arizona 85701
    (520) 670-9022
    (877) 670-9022

    Proud to be among the top 5 urban B&Bs in the nation as reported by USA Today and distinguished as "Where to Stay" in Tucson by The Wall Street Journal. We hear it all the time: “You guys have thought of everything.” Nearly 7,000 guests have so far experienced the history, luxury and personal service that define the Royal Elizabeth. Flip through our pages of guest reviews on TripAdvisor and you’ll quickly uncover a theme—one of exceeded expectations. Your first visit to The Liz will be truly memorable. Ours is a place you will come back to again and again.

    The Inns at El Rancho Merlita
    Your Host: Pattie Bell
    1924 N. Corte El Rancho Merlita
    Tucson, Arizona 85715
    (888) 218-8418
    (520) 495-0071

    Reserve a room at one of the best places to stay in Southern Arizona! This Tucson Inn offers luxury defined by Arizona’s rich western heritage.  Go back in time as you enter the historic 1950’s Ranch House and estate built by Merle Norman. Carved wood beams overhead in every room, rope trim, and hand-hewn local rock fireplaces make this Tucson Bed and Breakfast a vintage western experience. Relax under deep shaded porches or enjoy breakfast in the spacious breezeway beneath a long mission tile roof with views of the Catalina Mountains. Stroll the paths to the large swimming pool directly from your room, soak in the whirlpool as you watch the moon rise or challenge a companion to a game of table tennis or horseshoes.

  • AABBI Member Info

    Established 1988

    The mission of the Arizona Association of Bed and Breakfast Inns is to develop and encourage high standards of hospitality, provide opportunities for professional growth and a forum for communication on all aspects of the industry, promote members, broaden public understanding and appreciation of Bed and Breakfast and Country Inns, and act as an advocate with state and local regulatory agencies by speaking with one voice.

    AABBI celebrated its 20th Anniversary in 2008 and is proud of the people and events of those past twenty years that have brought us to the influential and visible organization we are today.

    Become a part of AABBI and help to promote and support our unique niche in Arizona's tourism industry.

    AABBI offers two categories of membership to fit the various needs of our community:

    Bed and Breakfast Owner/Innkeeper Member

    The "traditional" membership for innkeepers who are either owners or managers of properties that meet the definition, criteria and standards of the Arizona Association of Bed and Breakfast Inns.

    Associate Member

    A membership ideal for any individual or company providing goods or services to the Bed and Breakfast industry. The Associate Membership is also the perfect membership for aspiring innkeepers-those considering innkeeping as a profession or others who are enthusiasts of the bed and breakfast industry but are not actively working in the practice.

    Interested in becoming a member? Contact AABBI's President, Paul Hedger at (520) 760-4200 or by e-mail at IndianHillBB@msn.com.

    Select from the links below to view and print a PDF of AABBI membership documents:

    *Those interested in Associate Membership (for businesses providing goods and services to our bed and breakfast members) should contact Associate Director, Cindee Kneiple, at (480) 262-7720.  E-mail Cindee.