The Penrose Bed & Breakfast
The Penrose Five Star Bed and Breakfast
Rooms and Rates

Reservations

A valid Visa or MasterCard number is required to make a reservation;
however, no charges will be made until departure except for reservations
of five or more nights or three or more rooms in which case
we require a deposit of one-half the total charge. 

Rates

Check in is 2P - 7P, Check out 11A

All rooms are $249 per night except the Kokopelli which is $275. Tax is 6.3%.

Rates are for double occupancy. Singles deduct and third persons add $25.
Return guests: Subtract $10 for each night. Children ten or older are welcome.

Two night minimum (except that one night fill ins are always welcome) for Fridays, Saturdays, holidays,
and high seasons (March, April, May, September and October).

 

Cancellations:

Reservations of five nights or fewer.
For cancellations with 5 days or less notification, one-half of the total room charge will be withheld
only if the room is not re- rented. However, the total room charge will be withheld if there is
no cancellation notification or if that notification occurs after noon on the day prior to the arrival day.
Early departures will be billed one-half the total charge for the day(s) canceled only if the room is not re-rented.

For reservations of six or more nights we require a 50% deposit.
Cancellations:
1. If cancellation is made 10 or more days in advance the full deposit is refunded
2. If cancellation is make fewer than 10 days in advance 50% of the deposit is refunded.

 

Rooms

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The Yavapai 

Even though it is located on the first floor off the living room, the Yavapai has commanding red rock views because of our high elevation. Sit on your own porch and see Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte lit up by the setting sun or lie in your queen bed, snuggled in luxe linens and see the sunlight play over Red Butte at daybreak, with your privacy protected by honeycomb shades that go from the bottom up. Or relax in the double Jacuzzi, with the window above it. The leather bed and chair and cattle horns provide an ideal setting for enjoying some old cowboy flicks filmed in Sedona.

The Yavapai: $249 per night


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The Coconino

The Coconino is on the end of the B&B closest to the red rocks so that it not only has the banner view across the top of our website but also a close-up view of Red Butte and Castle Rock. Enjoy these colorful rocks from your own balcony or from the large windows in your light, airy room. The bottom-up honeycomb shades make it possible to enjoy this awesome scenery in the complete privacy of your queen bed. You can also see Red Butte from the windows over the large two-person shower with its state-of-the-art shower-heads. Another bathroom window looks up at Castle Rock. Two pedestal sinks make rubbing elbows delightfully difficult.

The Coconino: $249 per night


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The Mariposa

An entire side of the sunny Mariposa Room has windows looking out on a panorama of famous red rocks.  Swing open the French doors to your own balcony--the small, intimate balcony is just large enough for two chairs with a little table for your wine and cheese--or enjoy these views from the softness of your sofa.  The decor highlights the geckos of the southwest in the cutouts of its mission-style queen bed, while Mexican tin mirrors shimmer in the light.  Chase away those tired muscles in the double shower and wrap yourselves in our terry robes to watch a DVD movie on our 32" flat panel TV.

The Mariposa: $249 per night ($274 for three people)


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The Javelina

The Javelina Room is named for those wild, pig-like creatures who roam the area at night in herds, eating our pansies and even our prickly pear cacti.  French doors along a wall of windows opens onto a balcony the length of the room, whose chaise beckons you to kick back and enjoy the red rock panorama.  In a more intellectual frame of mind?  Check out the old leather bound volumes of Shakespeare's plays stored in the antique secretary.  At bedtime relax in the double shower and then crawl into the platform queen bed, with its soft pillow topper and luxe linens to enjoy a DVD.

The Javelina: $249 per night (Javelina and Kokopelli: $450 per night)


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The Kokopelli

The Kokopelli has a small sitting room in addition to the bedroom plus a 32" flat panel TV, a two-person Jacuzzi with separate shower, a European style clothes rack instead of a closet, and a balcony the length of the entire room.  The Mexican furniture, tin mirrors, and pottery are accented by Kokopellis.  Kokopelli is the name given to a commonly found figure of a man playing a wind instrument that is often seen carved into the walls of ancient Indian dwellings.  Whatever it may have meant to them, it is generally thought to signify a happy time--one that The Penrose hopes will carry over to your stay here.

The Kokopelli: $275 per night ($300 for three people) 

(Kokopelli and Javelina: $450 per night)

  

The Suite

The suite consists of the Kokopelli and Javelina rooms.  The suite offers breathtaking views, as well as your own secluded part of the B&B.

The Suite: $450 per night 
(No deduction for singles.  Extra person in the Kokopelli Room $25.)

 

   
Amenities

• Queen beds

• Double showers or double Jacuzzis with separate showers

• Plush robes and hair dryers

• Room-darkening honeycomb shades

• TVs, CD players and DVDs. CD and DVD libraries

• Homemade candy in your room

• CD Clock Radios

• Wi-Fi throughout

• A Dell Inspiron 6000 notebook computer is available for use by our guests

• A Bose iPod SoundDock is also available

• Direct access to higher scenic views

• 24/7 access to complimentary fruit and cold drinks (Frappuccinos, soft drinks, juice, Gatorade, bottled

water, lemonade, etc)

• Full breakfast featuring a fresh fruit compote course and different hot entree each day

• Bedtime snack: homemade bar cookies

 

The Penrose combines white walls, linens, and coverlets with the dark woods characteristic of Spanish interiors. The result is a crisp, clean look warmed by the sautillo tile and cherry floors reflecting the reddish palette of the red rocks themselves. Accessories present an interesting mix of Mexican and Native American crafts and images. 

Each guest room has a HD flat screen TV, DVD player, and CD clock radio. Upon returning from an active day and a pleasant dinner enjoy drinks from the fridge and bedtime treats before relaxing in your room. Then, after a soothing shower or Jacuzzi, slip into one of our plush robes, kick back, and enjoy the moment. You may want to view the stars above and the twinkling lights in the valley below from the many large windows of your room before lowering the room-darkening honeycomb shades in order not to be awakened by the morning sun. Or, leave the shades open to enjoy the often colorful sunrise.

     
 
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