The Heritage of the High Desert
Heritage Inn Bed & Breakfast • Snowflake, AZ
- A Two-Night Weekday Stay in a Queen Room for Two
- With Two Rounds of Golf ($156), or Breakfast in Bed, Evening Fruit and Sparkling Cider Platter, and a Historical Home Tour ($132)
- Complimentary Cookies, Cakes, and Soft Drinks
- Free Wi-Fi
They say that no two snowflakes are alike, but they've all always looked pretty much the same to you—up until now, that is. With this week's Escape, you're getting away for a two-night stay in the historic town of Snowflake, Arizona, where you'll learn what sets it apart from all those other natural wonders out there.
Check in to your queen room at the Heritage Inn Bed & Breakfast, a restored 1890 pioneer home that's decked out in period antiques but also has modern amenities like private bathrooms (with either Jacuzzi or clawfoot tubs) and Wi-Fi.
Indulge in some of the light snacks your innkeepers provide or head right out for one of the two excursions they've got planned for you: two rounds of golf at the Snowflake Municipal Golf Course ($156) or a guided walking tour of the town's historical homes ($132).
The town was founded in 1878 by Mormon pioneers—and while these first settlers worked quite arduously, you'll have plenty of opportunities to play: There's hiking, biking, boating, golfing, birding, and fishing. Canyon de Chelly is also just a day trip away.
But perhaps the most notable feature of this particular Snowflake is its natural heritage. Your sweet little B&B lies ever so close to one of the state's famed national parks. Take in the spectrum of colors speckling the badlands of the Painted Desert and marvel at the logs of petrified wood that have made up the Petrified Forest since the late Triassic period—about 225 million years ago.
With that kind of history, this Snowflake really is unlike any other.
"It's not the bedrooms, though, that'll capture your attention. It's the gardens and the courtyards, the trees and fountains and flowers, and the manicured lawns. Not coincidentally, you'll be reminded of an English garden. It's what sets this inn apart."-- Arizona Highways
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- Option A: includes two rounds of golf, 1 per person
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- Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 7-days applies; voucher subject to forfeiture
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