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Arizona Bed & Breakfasts, Inns By Area

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Southern Arizona - Tucson Bed & Breakfasts and Inns

Cochise | Elgin | Nogales | Pearce | Rio Rico | Sierra Vista | Sonoita | Tubac | Tucson
| Tumacacori |

Cochise Stronghold

Casa Tierra Adobe Inn
La ZarZuela
White Stallion Guest Ranch

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Central Arizona Bed & Breakfasts and Inns

| Cave Creek | Glendale | Fountain Hills | Mesa | Payson | Phoenix | Scottsdale | Tempe |

Fountain Hills

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Northern Arizona Bed & Breakfasts and Inns

Camp Verde | Clarksdale | Flagstaff | Grand Canyon | Jerome | Page Springs | Prescott | Sedona |

Camp Verde (Sedona Area)
Luna Vista

Comfi Cottages of Flagstaff
Fall Inn To Nature
Starlight Pines
Lake Montezuma (Sedona Area)
Luna Vista

A Country Gardens
Adobe Grand Villas
Apple Orchard Inn
Canyon Wren - Cabins for Two
Casa Sedona
Inn On Oak Creek
Lodge at Sedona
Luna Vista
Penrose B&B
Southwest Inn at Sedona


Arizona lodging and accommodations
Stay at Arizona Bed and Breakfasts and Inns for the personal attention you desire. A B&B is a great alternative to hotels or motels while visiting the state of AZ!

Arizona State and Visitor Information


Arizona is one of the four corners states, is situated in the southwestern region of United States. The state is bordered by Utah in the North, New Mexico (East), and Sonora, and Baja California states of Mexico in the South, and across the Colorado River, Nevada and Phoenix. Tucson the second largest city, is followed by four Phoenix-area cities of Mesa, Glendale, Chandler, and Scottsdale.


Admitted to the Union on February 14, 1912 Arizona was the 48th and last of the contiguous states to be granted statehood. Noted for its desert climate, dry hot summers, and temperate winters, Arizona also encompasses the high country in the north featuring pine forests, mountain ranges, and cooler weather than the lower deserts.


The Grand Canyon State is a strange blend of the changeless past and the volatile present. On lonely mesa tops high above the plains are Native American villages where ancient rituals are still observed, their origins lost in the mists of time. The modern-day counterparts of tribal medicine men, Lowell Observatory scientists, use the most advanced techniques to map the contours of the moon's surface.


Arizona has been nicknamed the Grand Canyon State. Its state flower is the saguaro cactus and its truly unique Arizona trout is the only fish of its kind in the entire world. The state operates on Mountain Standard Time all year round. Only the Navajo reservation acknowledges Daylight Savings Time. There are, in fact, more than fourteen Indian tribes on twenty reservations here. You might find these two architectural items to be of interest: the amount of copper on the roof of the Arizona Capitol building is equivalent to 4,800,000 pennies; and the original London Bridge was shipped stone-by-stone from England and reconstructed in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, which is often known for its spring break activities. The best way to experience the beauty of Arizona is with a stay at an Arizona bed and breakfast, country inns, historic hotels, mountain lodges, urban inns, guesthouses and B&B homestays.

Travelers to Arizona can catch a basketball game between arch rivals University of Arizona and Arizona State University. Sports enthusiasts may want to see a baseball or football as Arizona is also home to the World Series winning Arizona Diamondbacks as well as the NFL Arizona Cardinals.
Whether you come for a business trip, a weekend getaway or escape for a longer vacation, Arizona offers a memorable stay in any one of her Arizona bed and breakfasts.
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