This cabin, designed by noted architect George Christensen, is a rustic retreat in town. It’s close to lots of hiking in the Prescott National Forrest. Located next to the historic Mountain Club, the cabin is a quick drive to downtown. Note, there is only room to park one/two cars at the cabin; additional parking available on a lot on White Spar Rd. Our cabin is pet-friendly for a small fee. The logs can collect dust so some with allergies can be bothered. You must climb stairs to enter.
“Amazing cabin in Prescott. Close enough to downtown, 5 mins, yet far away enough to feel like you are in the woods! 15-20 mins away from cool hiking areas. The cabin was so homey and the real wood upstairs is amazing. Because of the wood there is dust, that’s completely normal! Don’t freak out people! It was a very clean cabin and a perfect getaway.”
Borders Prescott National Forest, but only 5 min. from town center. Elegant cottage with restful beauty inside and out. Landscaping in natural habitat surrounds this cottage - deer, rabbits, bob-cat, javelina and birds, birds, birds. Kitchen and bath are fully equipped and stocked with a full complement of amenities. Certain dates are discounted, if you have any flexibility scroll down to locate those dates.
“Excellent space! Super close to historic downtown Prescott. The views and space don't feel like it though. So you could say- best of both worlds. Wonderful wrap around patio to enjoy the views. Sparkling clean, lovely amenities and personal touches. Extensive mini library. Nothing quite like brewing up a nice French press and curling up with a book in the hammock.”
Quiet home in a quiet neighborhood within easy distance to downtown, Watson lakes, and Heritage Park Zoo. Willow Creek and Amber Riddle University
“Suzie is a wonderful. Her guest room is very private with it's own entrance. Very roomy & comfortable. The bed is realy comfy as well. The location is excellent with easy travel to venture all that Prescott has to offer. I highly recommend suzie & Katrina's wonderful Airbnb.”