The Best Little Inn in Flagstaff

What's New — By Lia Del Priore on October 1, 2010 at 10:30 pm

For a stay that’s nestled in beauty, look no further than the Inn at 410 Bed & Breakfast.  This is truly one of the more popular inns of the area, and once you see it for yourself, it’s easy to see why it’s so popular.  It really says something that this beautiful inn was featured in the popular book 1000 Places to See Before You Die.  The inn has also been highly ranked in Frommers, as well as other top-ranked travel publications.  Nestled in the mountains, the building was erected in 1907 with all the elegance of the time.  With stained glass and beautiful décor rooted in Southwestern architecture, this easily one of the most beautiful accommodations in the area.  This hotel understands that home is in the details.  Each afternoon, the inn hosts afternoon teatimes and fresh homemade cookies for all its guests.  In addition, the breakfasts served here rival some of the more popular brunch spots in Downtown Flagstaff. The inn’s Curried Cornbread Pudding with Pumpkin Sauce has attracted both local and national attention, and must not be missed.  In the summer guests can enjoy these beautiful breakfasts outside on the garden patio.  The rooms themselves are on the large side, and each has their own fireplace.  After a long day of hiking around the area, curling up alongside a fire is the perfect way to end a day.  Some rooms even boast a whirlpool tub.  If you’ve never been to Flagstaff before, and you’re looking for a truly lovely stay, the Inn at 410 Bed & Breakfast is definitely the place to be.