Myself and two friends stayed at the Buffalo Point for two nights as part of our Route 66 road trip. The inn is in a great position, not only for all the restaurants and bars within walking distance in Williams, but also as a base to visit the Grand Canyon.
The building is full of character and has just been taken over by the new owner Alley, in September 2013. We arrived slightly early but received a friendly welcome from Alley who showed us up to our room on the upper floor. The room had two bedrooms, both of a good size with ceiling fan, tv and a shower room. The beds were very comfortable and we all enjoyed a good nights sleep, not having the continual noise of an air conditioning unit to contend with. Breakfast was continental style which we had in the small lounge/dinette although we could have had it out on the veranda which runs the length of the building. Alley is in the process of opening the restaurants at the side so this should provide greater scope for breakfast and other meals.
Alley, as a host was very warm and friendly and deserves all the success in her new venture. If I was to visit this area again, I would definitely stay here and would certainly recommend it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A Route 66 original. This Bed and Breakfast dates to 1909 as a lumber barrons mansion, then the bus stop and Mayors' house. Located downtown Williams and 45 minutes from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. See you soon! ... more less
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