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This was the perfect place to stay with my young daughter on our way back to California from the Grand Canyon. We stayed in one of the cottages and she loved it! The gals checking us in were friendly and had great recommendations for eating...More
Rooms were not fancy but clean and cozy. Friendly staff.The grounds were family friendly with grills, fire pit. Great location to South Rim, close enough to drive but not the crowds associated with the Grand Canyon. The town of Williams is full of quirky shops...More
We stayed in one of the rooms but they have old rail cars that have been redone, if one had been available we would have liked staying there, although one of them is certified as haunted. This place is not new and fancy, it is...More
The camp sites were nice with all hookups, etc.
Laundry room and bathrooms extremely nice.
Convenient to Route 66 shops and restaurants.
One complaint......we were camping and wanted to grill out some burgers one night. You could not use the charcoal grills as area was...More
This was a real treat for our travels EB on the Mother Road Route 66...a beautiful piece of land with real train cars you can stay in!....we stayed in the stone cabin units and loved it....a great surprise on our trip through Williams!
Response from Cedar_Park_chump | Reviewed this property |
The air conditioning was probably not strong enough to get the room ice box cold, but it met our needs. If we remember correctly. The big advantage to being in Arizona is that you don't have to worry about the humidity. I... More
The air conditioning was probably not strong enough to get the room ice box cold, but it met our needs. If we remember correctly. The big advantage to being in Arizona is that you don't have to worry about the humidity. I would book to stay there in August.
Response from Shirley Y | Property representative |
Yes we sure do... we are surronded by the Kaibab National Forest and most of our guests love to take there pets into this area. This is Mother Natures backyard and pets can run free here and enjoy themselves!
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