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Sedona's Most Visited Bnb!

· Sedona, Arizona
2 acres hosted by Meaghan M.
6 lodging sites
Creature comforts
Enjoy the comforts of home—including flush toilets, showers, and a kitchen.
Sedona Sacred Rocks is a Metaphysical B&B with peaceful nature, comfortable camping and bnb accommodations, a 'simplified' version of a Bnb. We strive to provide an amazing Sedona experience -- connecting to the beauty of the Red Rocks, horses, ceremony, healing, rest and to truly 'be' in nature. The adjacent 2,000 acres of Coconino Nat'l Forest provide the perfect place with friendly locals, yet it's close to town. Join us for Medicine Wheel ceremonies, Sound Healing, Horse Medicine and Tour Packages. We are committed to providing a cozy and peaceful place for fun experiences with friendly locals, relaxation, healing, and connection to the beautiful surrounding Red Rocks and nature. Check out all of our units by going to our web page, sedonasacredrocks.
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Sedona, Arizona, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Meaghan M.Joined in January 2018
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within 4 hours
36 ratings · 23 reviews
Michele F.recommends
July 1, 2023
The Master Suite
A Peaceful Retreat Space
I loved staying at Sedona Sacred Rocks. It was everything I immagined. A sanctuary away from the busy down town area. I would take the host recommendation and rent a 4 wheel drive car as getting there you must drive on some bumpy dirt roads. Or prepare to go very slow. The bed was super comfortable & the room was spacious with lots of natural light. Met other lovely guests who stayed there and did a beautiful morning meditation with the owner in the Tee Pee. Overall a serene, calm, and peaceful place to rest. My heart is still bursting with love from the entire Sedona experience.
Jillian C.recommends
June 27, 2023
The Fairy Suite Bungalow
Best suite in Sedona
I loved the fairy suite it was so peaceful and quaint. The view was the best on the property and I could have stayed there forever it was an incredible experience!
Kristie V.recommends
April 6, 2023
The Master Suite
Highly Recommend
This place was perfect for our family of four. It was peaceful and away from tourist crowds in Sedona and just felt like a little home. Meaghan was quick to respond and helpful. If I ever stay in Sedona I only want to stay here! We had everything we needed. Highly Recommend.
Megan A.
February 21, 2023
The Gnome Home, Tiny Home
Security Cameras Film Every Move
The Gnome home itself is a well-equipped former horse trailer that had a decent cozy feel. Note that everything was bare minimum: sheets rough, bed a little saggy, towels pretty scratchy. The larger space in the main house is public, so you can use their kitchen and whatnot, but the space has a strange vibe due to all the security cameras. There are at least 2 in the kitchen and at least 3 in the main room. Also, signs telling you what to do (largely because no one is ever there), are all around. I stayed a few days and people kept asking me their questions since the host was absent. Strange property, good value, but would not go back,
Mary Jane M.recommends
February 19, 2023
The Mt Lion
Great location and loved the space. My friend and I really enjoyed our stay at Sedona Sacred Rocks!
Janelle A.
January 6, 2023
The Gnome Home, Tiny Home
Sedona sacred rocks is a nice stay. The grounds are peaceful, the main house is beautiful, and the facilities in the gnome home are adequate as well. However, I found myself misled by the horseback riding advertisement. I am a rider of over 10 years, and chose to stay here on account of the horses. I also divulged all of this during the booking process. Since the listing specified ‘schmoozing’ and offering donations in order to ride, I was ready and willing to pursue this seemingly simple path. Unfortunately, I did not see the owner or anyone else at all to get to know them. Upon inquiry about riding, the owner politely informed me that she RARELY takes the horses out, and must get to know people more thoroughly through ‘horse hangout sessions’ which cost 40$. Truthfully, I had paid way more to stay in the tiny home than I would have paid for a hotel with hotter water, because of the horses, and to pay for hangout sessions on top of that, just to be given the opportunity to donate more money seemed over the top. I was not willing to spend endless money or time convincing the owner of my character, or horsemanship, or spiritual aptitude. Because of all this, I suggested she simply change her advertising to exclude the horseback riding, since it is a rarity and has likely duped people before. I only want to write this out to discourage people who want to ride horses from choosing this listing. You may have better luck in better weather, but I wouldn’t hold your breath. All this
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