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Built in 1902, England House Bed & Breakfast is a palatial place on Santa Fe Avenue that is on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally constructed for a local family, today it hosts several warm, yet modern rooms that are perfect for a romantic vacation. The architecture remains true to when the building was originally built; with pressed tin ceilings and period furniture throughout, it feels as if you stepped a century back in time. Of course, one would be remiss not to mention the wonderful breakfasts, which served to guests each morning.
This inn beats like a warm, welcoming heart at the center of Flagstaff's brisk mountain community, infusing the fresh pine-scented air with a note of romance. This nine-room bed and breakfast is a rustic palace with rich delights including private baths, mini-fridges and coffeemakers. Some rooms harbor hidden treasures such as Jacuzzis, tiled fireplaces, trundle beds and rich, jewel-toned comforters that bring nature's warmest colors indoors to tuck you in for a perfect night's rest.
This quaint bed and breakfast offers uniquely decorated rooms with antique furniture. The bed and breakfast is located at the foot of Mount Elden. Private bathrooms are standard at the Starlight Pines Bed and Breakfast. All of the bathrooms feature antique tubs and/or showers. The rooms are also equipped with free Wi-Fi. Guests at the Starlight Pines can dine on breakfast in the dining room or have it delivered to their rooms. The Starlight Pines B & B is within a 10-minute drive of the historic district in downtown Flagstaff. The Lowell Observatory is 5 miles from the property.