Sycamore Springs Guest House
ADA Accessibility Notes
Inquire about special needs.
This is a special place tucked away at the end of the road; a historic cattle ranch between Sedona and Cottonwood accommodating adults only and children over 15. You don't get to work cattle or ride horses, but you get to experience the original ambience of this working cattle ranch plus the beauty of the grounds, the gardens and the pastures along lower Oak Creek.
Vineyards and wine tasting are close by. It is truly a destination place; peaceful and private.
From the Airport, take I-17 north toward Flagstaff.
Approx. 85 mi North, take HWY 260 West to Cottonwood (about 15 miles).
to 89A N (LEFT turn LANE). Go 2 1/2 - 3 miles to the third signal which is the junction with Cornville Rd. Go through that light and travel 3.4 Miles toward Sedona on 89A to: Oak Creek Valley Rd : turn RIGHT
Go 1 ½ miles to fork. Look for a large stucco sign that says Oak Creek Valley.
Bear right at that sign on Merritt Ranch Rd. and go 1 + 1/2 miles till you see
the Sycamore Springs Sign.
We do not use poisons in our pastures or grounds as we have a large population of local wildlife, we sell grass-fed beef, and Oak Creek runs through the property in two places.
Locally or Family Owned Business Notes
Pet Friendly Notes
Cannot accommodate pets as there are already pets on the property.
Ranch Activities Available
No ranching activities available, but there are so many photo opportunities on the grounds and many activities all over the Verde Valley. This location is centrally located to all local attractions. The farthest drive from here is to the Grand Canyon 2 1/2 hrs.
All year round
From $185- $315 per night
- Locally or Family-Owned Business
Breakfast Style Served
Breakfast Not Included
Three vacation rental units accommodating 8 guests at one time: 2 each in Merritt and Girdner suites and 4 in the Ranch House suite. Each suite is comfortably furnished with excellent beds and complete kitchens and full baths. A hot tub that seats 6 sits above one of the ponds is covered by a tin roof and barn wood walls decorated with old farm implements from the 1930's. Porch swings, rocking lawn chairs and a stand alone Arizona room with fireplace offer a variety of private seating on the grounds. An open ramada with dining table and chairs and fireplace offer an alternative to dining in suite. Something is always blooming in the gardens. The entire atmosphere is restful and restorative.