Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast

1129 Stockmens Rd
Williams, 86046
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First-rate. My wife and I stayed here before continuing on to the Grand Canyon for her birthday. I had no expectations regarding the B+B nor Williams. Both were simply fantastic. The property is immaculately maintained. It's tucked away on a little side street in a residential neighborhood, which seemed a little strange when we drove in. However, the mountainous backdrop and the close proximity to downtown Williams makes it ideal, not to mention quiet and serene. The outdoor sitting area included a water fountain and a host of vibrant flowers, creating a great sense of tranquility. I can imagine sipping a nice, hot cup of coffee on a brisk, sunny October morning out there. We stayed in the Pottery Room. On our budget, it was the most affordable. However, it was not a "cheap" room. Very spacious, wonderful Native American regalia/artwork, a nice flat-screen television, a terrific dual-head shower with great water pressure. Everything felt new, rustic, comforting, and, above all, CLEAN. Some B+B's can feel a bit old and rundown. Not the Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast. Everything felt spotless including the wonderful communal eating area. And not in an antiseptic, uninviting, chilly sense. It simply felt as if the innkeepers (Del and Sheri) truly care about appearances and making their place of business exemplary. Speaking of Del and Sheri, this husband and wife pair are awesome. Fresh cookies and Martinelli's are a nice touch, but they really seem to care about their guests. They provided us with great advice regarding the sites to see at the Grand Canyon, and they were spot-on. They also really spent time talking with us and made us feel at home; they were actually inquisitive and thoughtful. Finally, they prepared us a fantastic, fresh breakfast before we started our journey into the park. The poached pears in Red Hots was the standout dish. I hate pears, but the addition of the Red Hots in the poaching liquid alleviated some of their cloying sweetness and balanced the flavor. The fresh whipped cream and granola on top provided different textures and added to a strong sense of umami. The rest of the meal (coffee, lemon-pepper potatoes, baked herbed eggs, cinnamon bread) was terrific as well. We thanked them with some of the homemade pumpkin chocolate chip bread we'd brought along for our little journey. Also, Sherri and Del have a terrific selection of DVDs and books. My wife and I cannot recommend the Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast enough! Side note - check out downtown Williams. Some great little places. We had a terrific dinner at the Red Raven and a fantastic breakfast at the Pine Country Restaurant.
Kind hosts, cozy rooms, secure, warm, and with sweet extras like fuzzy robes, dessert offerings upon arrival, and great surroundings. Can't wait to go back with my hubby.
We stayed here after a motel fiasco in town with a hotels.com nightmare. Needless to say, we were in a late night panic for a place to stay and luckily, we found this B&B. Del let us in at nearly 10pm, and he and his wife were very, very gracious hosts. The rooms were impeccable, in sharp contrast to our earlier motel experience. Everything was spotless, pressed, in place, and functioned perfectly. I can't say enough good things about Grand Canyon B & B, except that we hope for a return visit.

(928) 635-4608

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FireLight Bed and Breakfast

175 W Meade Ave
Williams, 86046
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We stayed at Firelight as part of our honeymoon trip to Grand Canyon. Our first, and lasting, impression was that we were getting a luxurious experience. The place was extremely clean with thought and care put into every little detail, including even the breakfast plates. The couple who host the place were not only great hosts, but wonderfully friendly and welcoming as well. The place is very close to the restaurants in Williams and only an hour drive from the Grand Canyon - which is nearly as good as it gets. We felt so welcome that we caught ourselves thinking if we weren't living in San Francisco, we'd want to live somewhere just like that. If you're for any reason visiting Arizona and are driving within 200 miles of this place, trust me, it's worth it. We tried other places and missed this one very much. 5 stars, nothing less.
What a gorgeous bed and breakfast! Everything about this place was just perfect, I never wanted to leave. The owner was so amazing and friendly, and he cooked us up the best breakfast! FireLight has it all, it has a pool table, juke box, board games, movies, puzzles and a shuffleboard table. We felt so welcomed as if it were our own home for the night. There are so many special touches that were put into the decor of this bed and breakfast. This is a great place to stay if you are taking a trip to the Grand Canyon, but you might not want to book other hotels when you go because you will want to stay at FireLight the entire time! I can't wait to go back one day and experience this stay again!
This review is a bit tardy as the wife and I went here a few months ago to celebrate our anniversary. We decided to road trip it down to sedona then come up to Williams to stop over for our wanderings around the grand canyon then back to BC. Reservations were easy. We got in in the early afternoon, (fresh baked cookies were waiting for us) were the only ones there and found the room to be beautiful well appointed and cosy. We then went up and played the juke box and played table shuffleboard. A few other guests arrived and we had a nice chat with them, then went down to play pool in the billiards room. The place is like living in a beatiful mansion and is a great place. Retired for the evening, awakened the next morning to have an amazing breakfast to to meet our hosts and the other guests. The fritatta and maple sausage dishes were to die for. Packed some more cookies (ha ha) and shot off to the grand canyon trek. When it is time to get the heck out of the heat it is only a few hours drive down to williams take in the grand canyon and stay at this place the owners are really great and we will be visiting them again. I am getting into these bnb trips and totally suggest it for a weekend get-away from the heat of vegas.

(888) 838-8218

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Sheridan House Inn

460 E Sheridan Ave
Williams, 86046
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My husband & I stayed here for the first two nights of our honeymoon as a base camp to see the Grand Canyon. In the morning we were pleasantly surprised by a delicious 3 course breakfast (plus pumpkin cake to go) which fueled us up for a long day of hiking. Nick also provided us with some maps & trail recommendations for the canyon. Our room was peaceful & very comfortable. They also provide a number of selections of tea & coffee in each room as well as bottled water. Overall the little touches Nick and Clair provided helped to make our stay even better. We had a wonderful, relaxing stay & would love to go back. We would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a place to stay in the Williams area.
An amazing oasis on the way to the Grand Canyon. Pros (99%): EVERYTHING written in prior reviews regarding the super-hospitable owners (Claire & Nick), the luscious bed and bath amenities, the tucked-away location, the amazing breakfast, etc, etc, etc. Cons (1%): Probably more of a personal preference than a con, but the bed was a little firm for our taste. However, let's be clear....the pros far outweigh the cons! Run....don't walk. The only place to stay if you plan on visiting the Grand Canyon. Highly recommended!
Sheridan house This is a real find. The B&B owners Claire and Nick are friendly and very helpful when it comes to recommendations for the area. She was able to accommodate all my requests - allergic to nuts and feather. Intolerant to diary product. Plus nearly vegetarian. The accommodations are quite clean,comfortable, and visually appealing. We took a large room in the second house that has a minimalist Asian / tropical feel to it. The room was on the second floor and secluded. It was a very comfortable and quiet evening followed by a deep sleep. They have wifi and cable TV so if you can't left go of your electronics even on vacation, you won't feel isolated. Breakfast was nothing less than scrumptious. I had the lemon blueberry pancakes. It was delightful decorated with fresh fruit. The amount of food and drink was so satisfying. My hard working man was unable to complete the breakfast burrito after a serving of watermelon, berry smoothie, yogurt and fruit, and one of my mini pancakes which I couldn't finish. I would definitely return here when I am in the areas again.

(928) 635-8991

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Railside Rv Ranch

877 E Rodeo Rd
Williams, 86046
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First time trip in our RV. We are traveling with 3 small dogs. This RV park is fantastic! Staff here is extremely friendly and very helpful. Very pet friendly and very comfortable. Close to the train action..we will be back for another stay.
Awesome service from start to finish. Got best deal on railway tickets for us when we made reservation. Facilities are immaculate and well maintained. A really nice family run business who deserve your custom.
This place ROCKS!!! not only is there a hot tub and sauna, but also super clean showers. My wife and I pulled up to this place after a long day of hiking and driving with low expectations being that it was 7 pm in the middle of February. We were blown away by the service and the fact that they serve waffles for breakfast (At an RV park!!!). Anyway, this is the first time I have been compelled to write a review and will be back to this place next time we are in the area.

(928) 635-4077

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South Rims Wine and Beer Garage

514 E Rt 66
Williams, 86046
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Hidden Gem in Williams Not To Be Missed! Cozy, modern, relaxed wine and beer bar lounge with tasty light menu. Fun atmosphere with a 67' GTO as a centerpiece!
great time, good wine. totally relaxing and unique environment.
Stayed over in small town Williams, AZ on our way to The Grand Canyon on Saturday 11/08/2014. Stopped in South Rims for dinner. Enjoyed friendly atmosphere, good service, very good food and priced appropriately. The shrimp corn chowder soup was spectacular!!! The rest of the meal was outstanding.

(928) 635-5902

Wine Bars, American (New)

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Grand Canyon Coffee and Cafe

137 W Railroad Ave
Williams, 86046
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I don't wish to sully the reputation of this restaurant (all of the reviews are gleaming), but I've really experienced better. I don't live in Williams so I can't compare this restaurant to others nearby, but I'm almost certain you can find better. When I was looking up places to grab lunch on yelp, this place had a five-star rating, so I really expected something great. Came here with a party of four. Service was mediocre, quite slow. Food took forever to come out. Two of our orders came out wrong (my fiance ended up with a burrito instead of a burger, and my cheese enchiladas had chicken in them...), our friend was also charged for items that she did not order. All of these mistakes were fixed, and mistakes are inevitable... but so many mistakes for one table? Come on. These mistakes added even more time onto the already slow service, something that's a pain when you're visiting from out of town and your time is limited. Food was standard diner-fare with a couple of tex-mex and Asian options, not bad for the price. I just felt we wasted so much time here waiting on service and our food to come out, for something that another diner could replicate quite rapidly.
We grabbed breakfast at the Grand Canyon Coffee before heading to the Grand Canyon (we stayed at Grand Canyon Hotel, around the corner). The staff was very attentive and friendly. Wifi is free. It's a great spot to get grounded and plan out the day or take care of other business while you wait (e.g. emails, postcard writing). I had a basic breakfast with hash brown potatoes, bacon, eggs, and toast. It was good, as expected, sort of like a Denny's or IHOP meal. Nothing fancy but substantial - Expect the basics. I did love that they had apple butter as a choice in the bowl of jellies. I've never seen that one before at a restaurant as a prepackaged choice. There's also a souvenir corner where we bought postcards. The post office is right around the corner as well if you need to drop them off!
Lovely atmosphere and amazingly tasteful breakfast!! We had Oatmeal, fruits, pancakes and selfmade cranberry-walnut bread! Portions are rich and well priced! Thank you!! Would love to come back one day!!

(928) 635-4907

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Dairy Queen

603 W Route 66
Williams, 86046
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Cute, peaceful town. Dairy Queen is close to Safeway. It could be a little slow as there are many people who are trying to get their Dairy Queen fix before heading into Grand Canyon National Park. A bit pricey but what can you do? The food was all very good. Make sure to tip the hard working high school students behind the counter.
Awesome old-fashioned place....the BEST quality ice cream ever...even the burgers are great! The staff is sooo nice in this place. Jessie is one of the sweetest gals in all of the country!!! All thumbs-up to one of the last standing old-fashioned American symbols!!!
Free standing Dairy Queens are a dying breed in CA and back home in HI. This was just nice to see. Blizzards rule!

(928) 635-2502

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Big Town Hero

618 Rt 66
Williams, 86046
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Driving through and wanted a good sandwich, was not disappointed. I had the guacamole cream cheese sandwich, it was delise! The bread was fresh, all the veggies were fresh. It was clean and the staff were very nice. Even the kids enjoyed it. 2 thumbs up!
Excellent family owned sandwich restaurant. The Panini was great and Mr. Patel was very friendly
I work in Williams every month and try all the different restaurants in town. the food here is excellent and this sandwich shop is nice and clean.

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Maria’s Taco Shop

401 W Rte 66
Williams, 86046
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A great place to grab some authentic Mexican food in town, a small place with walk up counter service - the food is always consistently good, hot and fresh. We stop pretty regularly when we are driving through the area and been here a few times now and it has always been right. A small interior seating area and outside seating with picnic tables and benches. Right on the old route 66 in the middle of downtown. Maria's has an extensive menu board and everything is made fresh to order. The prices are reasonable and the portions are large. This is our go to place when here, with fresh homemade chips and salsa. A great staff and friendly helpful service along with great authentic mexican food make this little Taco shop well worth the effort and a solid place to stop for a meal when you find yourself in this cool alpine town. 00173
I was looking for a vegetarian food " I love the vegan burritos " bit not everybody knows how to make them the right way , I found this place on yelp , and I love their vegetarian burritos tasted fresh and juicy the avocado was real , not powder made good Mexican food
Very appreciative that they were able to make a side of beans for me without adding lard, which is helpful for vegetarians who are traveling. Staff was helpful and polite.

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Canyon Country Inn

442 W Route 66
Williams, 86046
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This was a quaint and cute Inn. It's located in the town so there are many dining options around you. The room was decorated in country motif with refrigerators and dining area. very cute, only downfall is the Grand Canyon railway thats near the Inn.
this is a very small and cute inn. we checked in right away and had a room right away, we did book it 2 weeks prior. we stayed here 3 nights. our room has a queen bed, small table with two chairs, 1 nightstand, one dresser, a mini fridge, microwave, tv with some cable channels, and the restroom. there was no where to hang cloths except hooks that had been nailed onto the wall. good thing for me was that i didn't have many things to hang. the inn also offered complimentary breakfast every day from 7am to 9am. it was orange juice, apple juice, yogurt, beagles, bananas, coffee, granola, and muffins. we only got this once on our last day. the bad things about this place was the location and parking. this place has maybe at the most 10 parking spaces. about 3 of them were taken when we were there due to a pile of snow. so on our first night we couldn't find parking near the inn so we parked at a public parking lot that was like 3 blocks away. we tried to ask the lady/owner? where it was OK to park but it was 9:15pm and at that time the office or check in area was closed. the office closes at 9pm. the rest of our stay parking was fine. the inn is located near the rail road tracks so very late at night at about 1am and 4 or 5 am the union pacific train comes by and blows its horn several times for a long period of time so be prepared to be awaken or frighten. i only heard it once and that was because i was still awake watching tv. the other times i didn't wake up but my bf did every time. also our room was room 1 which is next to the stairs that everyone takes if they have a room upstairs. which is also the office area. so in the morning we would hear a lot of people talking as they got their breakfast. and as they walked on the stairs, and as they closed and opened the office door. i would stay here again but ask for another room.
We enjoyed our stay at this place: beds were comfortable, room was clean, there was enough food and tea for breakfast, they even had my favorite toothpaste! Also it`s the place with its individual atmosphere: there are teddy bears everywhere and we was joking that it resembles typical hotels in horror movies)) It`s really cool: this place will stay in my heart forever and if I go again to Grand Canyon I`ll stay there for sure

(928) 635-2349

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