Sedona is a diminutive northern Arizona town with a population of approximately 11,000 people. It is known for its magnificent landscapes of red rock sandstone, verdant foliage, and the tranquil Oak Creek which runs through the heart of downtown. This little mountain village also provides a wide variety of things to do—anything from a spa retreat to a wilderness hike, which is often both accomplished in the same day! Needless to say, it is the ideal place to challenge the body and mind, but also a haven for rest and relaxation in a one-of-a-kind environment. Enjoy access to all the best features of Sedona when you stay in our fantastically appointed Sedona vacation home rentals!
Sedona Vacation Homes for Rent & More
When our guests reserve a rental with us, we strive to make every amenity available to everyone, from accessible ADA features to complimentary parking and Wi-Fi. Our properties also come complete with luxurious amenities such as hot tubs and manicured gardens, and each one has those inimitable views of the red rock sandstone. Our Sedona vacation homes for rent feature several size selections depending on the size of your group or family. For example, we have several two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom properties, each one comfortably furnished and equipped with all the characteristics that you would find inside your very own home.
Premier Locations and Generous Amenities
We boast locations throughout Sedona, and we can help you select a rental based upon what you’d like to do most, whether it’s exploring the galleries of the Tlaquepaque Arts Village and Uptown, traversing the best hiking trails, or enjoying magnificent views right from the patio of your own vacation home. Our homes also come with fully-equipped kitchens—ideal for making snacks for an outdoor adventure or for crafting cocktails to have out by the hot tub. Each property is unique, but common outdoor amenities include fire pits and BBQ grills—perfect for cooking up an alfresco meal at home beneath the desert sunset.
Every single one of our Sedona vacation home rentals is located close to everything that Sedona has to offer, from restaurants and casinos to shopping and nightlife. For outdoor enthusiasts, especially those adrenaline junkies, mountain biking the 12-mile Cathedral Rock Big Loop could be the perfect way to start your day. The Boynton Canyon Trail is another popular activity, but make sure to arrive at the trailhead early to avoid the crowds, especially in the summer. To see Sedona and its environs from the comfort of a vehicle, book a tour with Pink Jeep Tours. This outfitter takes visitors to all the must-see spots such as ancient ruins, the Chapel of the Holy Cross, and much more.
One-Of-A-Kind Art Galleries and Superb Local Dining
The natural splendor of Sedona has always called to the artistic soul, and as a result, you’ll find a wide range of world-renowned galleries showcasing everything from southwestern sculptures to breath-taking custom-made furniture. Pieces come from locals and international artists alike, and you can find many galleries within the Tlaquepaque Arts Village, a cluster of Spanish Colonial buildings and courtyards that is a work of art itself. When it comes to dining, Sedona is home to almost exclusively local restaurants, ranging from everything from authentic Mexican fare to classic diners. Standouts include the Hideaway Grill, a long-running Italian restaurant which offers up splendid views of Oak Creek, and View 180, an elevated American fusion restaurant near Boynton Canyon Trail.
Sedona and Beyond
Sedona has the luxury of being nearby many spectacular sights, and they’re only a drive away! Just north of town embark on the 89A route to Flagstaff, which will take you along the meandering road up the famously scenic Oak Creek Canyon. Stop at swimming spots on the way and ride the switchback to the top where you will be treated to unbeatable views from the outlook at the summit. Continue on through ponderosa pine forests to the northern Arizona town of Flagstaff, where you can find a slew of local breweries, shops, and in the winter, skiing at the Arizona Snowbowl. A much shorter drive away you’ll find the old mining town of Jerome, which today embodies a bit of hippie flair mixed with historic Arizona. This unique town was quite literally built into the mountainside, and its winding roads are home to first-rate Arizona winery tasting rooms, boutique shops, restaurants, and plenty of ghost stories! For a taste of it all, visit The Haunted Hamburger restaurant, which has some of the best views in town from their glass-walled patio!
Why? When? & Where?
One of the main reasons to reserve a vacation home with us is the fact that we provide the entire package composed of convenience, class, and comfort. With this in mind, the next thing to do is choose the time of year in which to visit Sedona. In the winter, the temperatures are not necessarily the typical sunny weather often found in Arizona, but the rates, as well as the crowds, are far better during these colder months. Summer finds higher temperatures, larger crowds, but access to more of the outdoor adventures that visitors love. Spring and autumn are excellent times to visit Sedona, providing somewhat of a ‘goldilocks’ effect to everything, especially the natural surroundings.
Book One of Our Sedona Vacation Home Rentals
We have a wide selection of rentals in all Sedona neighborhoods, from the gallery district Uptown to the quaint Village of Oak Creek. No matter the time of year you wish to visit, we can find the perfect Sedona vacation homes to complement your getaway. Contact Sedona.org today to book your stay!