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Starlight Pines
Bed and Breakfast

Flagstaff, Arizona

Starlight Pines Bed and Breakfast is a Flagstaff Arizona bed and breakfast
offering lodging accommodations for romantic getaways and vacations near
the Grand Canyon (75 miles) and Sedona (28 miles).

Imagine stepping back in time to a place in the Arizona west where crackling fires welcome you, fresh flowers adorn your comfortable guest accommodations, and luxurious, claw foot bathtubs await your travel weary body. Imagine staying at Starlight Pines Bed and Breakfast, a Victorian style house nested among the pines at the foot of Mt. Elden, in Flagstaff, Arizona.

The cool, starry nights, and pine- scented air welcome you with the romance of a crackling fire.

You'll love the old-fashioned romance of the antique-filled rooms, Tiffany lamps, complimentary beverages, the full gourmet breakfast and the friendliness of your hosts, Richard Svendsen & Michael Ruiz, and their special Shih Tzu friends, Moo Shu and Taz. This charming Bed and Breakfast is acclaimed as Flagstaff's most romantic inn. So come to the mountains, to the pine-scented air and the cool, starry nights. Slip out of your normal routine and into romance at Starlight Pines Bed and Breakfast of Flagstaff, Arizona!

The distinctive guest rooms (Dragonfly/Amelia, Lily/Stella, Art Deco/Mamie, and Peacock/IcieVean ) have private baths and their own unique

Breakfast in "your" room is available
for an additional charge.

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The Victorian style house boasts broad, oak-plank floors throughout. Rooms are outfitted with antiques gathered from across the Southwest, Tiffany lamps, 14-foot ceilings, picture railings, and two wood-burning fireplaces. Our fabulous 70 foot wrap-around porch with swing is also very inviting during the Spring, Summer and Fall.

You'll enjoy gourmet breakfasts served with the flair of a fine Sunday dinner in the bright and airy dining room. The details of old fashioned romance are also prevalent throughout, from no TV's, VCR's or DVD players, bubble bath for the claw foot tubs, and fresh flowers in your room!


Lowell Observatory:

History and stargazing meet on the 108-year-old Mars Hill campus where Pluto was discovered. Visit the wonderful interactive exhibit hall, or attend an evening program with telescope viewing and a discussion of the night

Riordan Mansion

Built in 1904 for two prominent Flagstaff families, the Mansion is an impressive reminder of gracious living in a small, territorial logging town. The rustic Arts and Crafts style mansion has forty rooms (plus servant's quarters), and features an exceptional collection of Craftsman furnishings with appointments by Edison, Stickley, Ellis, and Steinway.

Grand Canyon

One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon is simply spectacular. Incomparable vistas, unparalleled hiking, remarkable architecture, amazing wildlife, extraordinary history...what more can we say?

Jerome, Arizona

From a boomtown, to a ghost town, to a lively artisans and writers community, Jerome has seen it all. It's a breathtaking drive to this old mining town, which clings precariously to the side of a mountain. Explore its history while enjoying its rebirth as an artist colony. Visit ghosts (and artists) In Jerome

Museum of Northern Arizona

Visitors to this beautifully forested campus can view exhibits relating to anthropology, biology, geology, and fine art of the Colorado plateau. A dynamic intergenerational community as well as a museum, the campus includes a charter high school; a senior living community, a residential field camp for Native American interns, a single family residential community; and an historic retreat center.

Lake Powell

Lake Powell-America's favorite houseboating destination-is like no other place on earth. Lake Powell has spectacular red rock towers, brilliant blue-green water perfect for fishing and boating.

Walnut Canyon, Wupatki, Montezuma's Castle

These little-known National Monuments may be the best-kept secret in Northern Arizona. All of them feature ancient Native Americans ruins in breathtaking natural settings. Take your pick (and miss the crowds!)


A short drive down a beautiful canyon road lies Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon, home to towering red rocks, multicolored canyons, and Slide Rock, a slick natural water chute.

While in Flagstaff, be sure to visit our historic downtown, hike our numerous trails, and just enjoy our small town hospitality.


  • Check-in is 4:00pm to 6:00pm
  • Check-out is 11:00am
  • We accept Discover, Visa & MasterCard.
  • First night's prepayment will guarantee the reservation.
  • Smoking is permitted on the sidewalk, near the street, in front of the bed and breakfast.
  • Seven day cancellation notice required, 14 day for holidays with $25 fee. Less than 7 or 14 day notice, a gift certificate will be issued with an expiration date 6 months out.
  • WIRELESS INTERNET is also available throughout the entire bed and breakfast!
  • We are very sorry, but we are unable to accommodate pets. We can help find a facility that will - here in Flagstaff though.

Recommended by Fodor's, Frommer's  and
AAA 3 diamond

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Starlight Pines Bed and Breakfast is a member of the following associations:
President, Distinctive Bed & Breakfasts of Northern Arizona (DBBNA)
Treasurer, Arizona Association of Bed & Breakfast Inns (AABBI)
Chairperson, CTS 2006, AABBI
Vice President, Northern Arizona Pride Association (NAPA)
(PAII) Professional Association of Innkeepers International

Starlight Pines
Bed and Breakfast

3380 East Lockett Road
Flagstaff, Arizona 86004
(928) 527-1912
(800) 752-1912

Email: romance@starlightpinesbb.com
Homepage: www.starlightpinesbb.com
Innkeepers: Richard Svendsen & Michael Ruiz

  Hits Since 4/27/05

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