Often exhausting, frequently emotional, generally heartwarming, your family vacation is the one time of the year that you get to say adios to work, school, and sports obligations and hello to family game nights and family pictures. Historically, these vacations could also be stressful, as everyone gathered together in a single hotel room, never having a moment alone and worrying about the cost of eating out for every meal. Today, however, the vacation rental home has changed all that. These days, everyone gets their own space, and the options to prepare meals in fully equipped kitchens save on travel expenses. When you choose Sedona.Org for your winter vacation in our red rock village, you get the added benefits of luxury amenities, comfortable furnishings, and those amazing million-dollar views! This guide to our popular winter vacation homes will help you choose the Sedona winter rentals that you have been dreaming about.
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Straight Out of Your Dreams
Families come in all shapes and sizes, and conveniently, so do our winter holiday homes in Sedona. Are you a brand new couple just starting a life together, perhaps having chosen Sedona for your honeymoon escape? A vacation casita offering all the comforts of home may be all you need, and as you cook together in a compact kitchen that still manages to offer everything you need, watch romantic movies on state-of-the-art televisions cuddled close on plush sofas, or sit out on a private patio, enjoying the sight of the red rocks dusted with snow, you will be making memories that last a lifetime.
Do you fall on the other end of the spectrum, enjoying a family that has continued to grow over the years as your children fall in love, get married, and start having children of their own? One of our 6-bedroom homes located in the west end of Sedona may hold everyone nicely! They offer options like large yards for the children to play in and a fire pit to gather around on a cold winter’s night, telling ghost stories and family stories until the smallest drop off to sleep in that abrupt way only the very little manage to do. Dining rooms with large tables dominating the space are where games will be played, the new boyfriend will be met, and of course dinners will be devoured. The kitchens in these Sedona winter rentals are large enough for multiple chefs to easily move around in, so sharing kitchen patrol adds to the memories you make here. Living rooms with stone fireplaces stay warm when the mercury falls, and hot tubs under the stars keep you even warmer as you sip your favorite beverage and lose yourself in the delicious sensations of perfectly aimed jets of water working their magic on muscles that still ache from a day of hiking in the red rocks!
At night when the sun sinks behind those red rocks and the sky is alight with the twinkling of stars, sliding between the silky linens topping deluxe mattresses will offer the ultimate in luxuries: a deep and uninterrupted night’s sleep. Those traveling with children will know that the kids will spend more than a few minutes giggling, whispering, and sharing secrets before dropping off, but your dreams will happen instantly, as your days have been spent exerting more energy than normal! Located right where you want to be our seasonal sanctuaries reflect the magic of their surroundings, blending in to the natural landscape and offering countless comforts that enhance your winter break.
Snow Seekers Delight
You may not want to live in the snow, but if you still want to play in it, Flagstaff and Arizona Snowball are approximately 30 miles down the road, making getting into the fluffy stuff at the beginning of the day and out of the cold at the end of the day easy and fun! The winter holidays offer their own magic in red rock country as families, shopkeepers, and even restauranteurs go above and beyond to ensure that their properties expresses the festive spirits of the season. Take a train ride to the North Pole or simply drive through the neighborhoods of Sedona taking in the brightly colored lights that shine merrily into the dark nights. Enjoy breakfasts of plate sized pancakes and Mexican specialties at Red Rock Café, (100 Verde Valley School Rd UNIT 107) lunches at the Coffee Pot, (a Sedona tradition) and dinners enjoyed at Oaxaca, another popular spot that has served the Sedona valley well for over 40 years.
Every adventure you experience will be all that much sweeter when you know that you are returning home to the comfort and style found in our Sedona.Org holiday homes in Sedona. Reserve your favorite today!