Flagstaff, Arizona is located at 7000 feet elevation at the base of the San Francisco Peaks and is 75 miles from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Nearby attractions also include the Hopi and Navajo reservations, petroglyph sites, several National Monuments, ancient ruins, Meteor Crater, and extensive National Forest lands for outdoor sports. The Snowbowl and Flagstaff Nordic Center offer downhill and cross country skiing. Rock climbing areas abound.
The Abineau Lodge was built in 1997. The Lodge is wood sided and features lots of interior woodwork reclaimed from various buildings torn down around the country including the original Sears catalogue building in Chicago and a cotton gin in Alabama. Surrounded by Ponderosa pines and mountain meadows the Lodge borders acres of public lands and sits on its own 4 acre parcel. The property is the site of an old dairy farm, one of the original homesteads in the area, and still hosts a log cabin built around the turn of last century.
All 9 rooms have private baths and lodge style furniture. Each room has a unique western lodge theme. All rooms except the family suite accommodate no more than 2 people. One room is wheelchair accessible. The suite has two rooms with a king bed in one and a queen couch sleeper in the other.
A full hot breakfast is included with rates. Several gift packages are available for an additional fee including our Romance Package that includes a bottle of wine or champagne, chocolate covered strawberries, keepsake glasses and a dozen roses.
Policies & Restrictions
We have one room that is dog friendly (less than 25 pounds) and a climate controlled kennel for larger dogs. We are non-smoking throughout but do allow smoking on one outdoor deck. Children 8 and over are permiteed; children from 3-8 may be permitted depending on occupancy.
For reservations call toll free 1-800-754-0664 or 520-525-6212.
More information and pictures are available at our website
We have a kennel of retired Siberian sled dogs on site. They live outside, are very friendly, and love visitors. They are not noisy but have a morning ritual of howling to meet the day.
The owners are avid outdoors persons. Wendy has been rock climbing since 1975 and has climbed around the globe. She has also dabbled in kayaking, dog sledding, and is a skier and hiker as well.