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With a stay at The Penrose Bed and Breakfast in Sedona (Oak Creek), you’ll be convenient to Oakcreek Country Club and Bell Rock. This romantic bed & breakfast is within close proximity of Sedona Golf Resort and Cathedral Rock.


Make yourself at home in one of the 5 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring DVD players and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones and irons/ironing boards, and housekeeping is provided daily.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

Take in the views from a terrace and a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.

Food & Drink

A complimentary full breakfast is included.

Business & Travel Amenities

Featured amenities include a library and coffee/tea in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.

How to Get There

The Penrose Bed and Breakfast
250 Red Butte Dr
Sedona, AZ 86351 United States


5.0 Excellent 532 Reviews
Lovely setting, superb breakfasts, excellent service
Reviewed 2 months ago

Our stay of four nights was enjoyable and we’re glad we chose the Penrose. The owners and staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was different every day and delicious. They also accommodated a somewhat early departure breakfast the last day which was appreciated.

The Penrose is not in Sedona proper; it south several miles in the Village of Oak Creek. The setting up against the red rocks on the north side of the Village was stunning. If possible, choose the Cococino room on the east side of the second floor. The windows and deck have sweeping views of the area, something you’ll appreciate from sunrise to sunset. Blackout blinds prevent a rude awakening in the AM.

Only gripe about our room was a bed smaller and harder than what we’re used to. If you’re over 6’ tall or need super soft beds, it’ll be very challenging. The bathroom was fine and featured a shower for two looking out onto the red rocks though if you shower at night you’ll provide a chest down show for anyone in their small parking lot. Hey, loosen up and go for it! You’ll never see the other guests again unless you’re staying with your parents.

Overall, a great place to be based for a visit to Sedona and the surrounding area. We even received parting gifts of T-shirts of our choice when leaving. That was a very nice touch. Very much recommended. Cheers!

Beware of the Cancellation Policy
Reviewed 2 months ago

If you have the need to cancel or modify your reservation inside of their cancellation window, you will NOT be allowed and will NOT get a refund, no matter what your understanding may be in advance. We had a medical emergency and could not get a refund. There are plenty of other quaint and scenic B&Bs with owners who are compassionate and who will go the extra mile to work with a customer. We will never consider them again.

Paradise in the Arizona desert
Reviewed 4 months ago

I can't add much to what already has already been said about this beautiful B&B nestled at the foot of Bell Rock in Oak Creek outside of Sedona.
We stayed a week in the Yavapai room on the first floor with the vista of the Bell Rock staring at us like a postcard. When the sun hit the rocks at sunset you just stared in amazement. Breakfasts were wonderful - my wife is gluten-free and they were able to accommodate her needs. Ever morning's meal was a different delight - poached fruit, pumpkin french toast, fritattas and more. Marge was a terrific and creative chef. Side trips to Jerome, the Grand Canyon, the Verde Canyon railroad and Montuzema Castle plus a Pink Jeep tour through the Broken Arrow trail made this the most memorable vacation we've ever had. The nice little touches in the room along with the friendly staff made our stay peaceful after a busy day. One thing we found out the hard way is that everything closes up during the week at 9 PM, so if you're late eaters be aware of that (of course we had to work our meals around watching the Red Sox win the World Series - we had that going for us!). Marge was nice enough to leave us some scones for our trip to the Grand Canyon since we had to leave before Breakfast. Whitney was a wonderful host and the T-shirt gift at the end was a nice touch. This is definitely worth the price! We'd definitely stay here again if we ever come back to this oasis in the middle of the Arizona desert.

Fantastic B&B in a wonderful setting
Reviewed 4 months ago

Find little to fault with this B&B. Staff very welcoming and friendly. Nothing too much trouble, even did some laundry for us which was really appreciated during our long trip in the US.
The views from the room (fairly small but fine for two people) were as described and a delight first thing in the morning.
Breakfast was made fresh each morning (2 night stay) and served on terrace with gorgeous views.
Really was a home from home.
Sedona is only a 15/20 min drive and the hiking trails nearby were even closer.
A real find , and worth the money if only staying in area for a few nights.

Great Place to Stay
Reviewed 4 months ago

My wife and I stayed in the Kokopelli room for four nights. Great views and nice private balcony. The breakfasts are first class. The B & B is in a residential area so is super quiet and private. Will be our place to stay when we do our Sedona visits from now on.