Set on a wooded acre dense with junipers and cedars, the inn’s façade is finished in Southwestern colors, its terra-cotta-painted stucco complemented by teal trim on windows and doors. The organic building is as natural and harmonious a part of the environment as the red rocks and sky that serve as a spectacular backdrop. A path winding past a rock pond leads to a garden gate, which, when opened, reveals a courtyard shaded by towering trees and abundant with cacti, indigenous plants and potted perennials.
The inn contains sixteen individually designed guest quarters, all of them vaunting the same amenities, which include incredible views, fireplaces, refrigerators, and baths with spa tubs and robes. The décor throughout is eclectic, with colonial antiques such as the large table made of Sedona lodge pole pine in the dining room. It is here where guests enjoy full breakfasts, especially on cooler days. Mornings begin with seasonal fruit, maybe a poached pear with cranberries, followed by southwestern eggs Benedict topped with hollandaise, Apple stuffed French toast, or other such entrees. Enjoy early evening in the split-level common room, a time for guests to share the highlights of the day. However, more often than not, people prefer being out doors, which is why the terraces are brightened with patio furniture and umbrella tables. As soon as it warms up everybody eats in the garden.