This 1910 late victorian home sits at the western side of Prescott, in a relaxed neighborhood. 2 miles to downtown but away from the noise, this house is a short walk from 6 good restaurants (including the Dry Gulch Steakhouse at the end of our street), several bars, and shopping. We are also within walking distance of the rodeo grounds, home of the Worlds Oldest Rodeo!
A short drive will get you to the National Forest, Thumb Butte, and Granite Mountain. The newly constructed Centennial Trail, circles Prescott, and is accessed at the end of the street, beckoning mountain bikers, hikers, or anyone who wants to take a stroll in the boulders. Short hike to petroglyphs!
The common space living room and dining room, have couches, comfy chairs, large dining table, TV and music, all under 10 foot ceilings and surrounded by original woodwork.
The guest room is light, clean, and well appointed, with a super comfy bed. Shared full bath and powder room are next to guest room.
Lots of space to park. Really good coffee and tea are served every morning, and a yummy light breakfast is included on the weekend if desired!
Stayed another additional night. See my other review. Super place and people!
A great place. Please see my previous review.
Maggie and Barnabas were delightful hosts. My request was very last minute and Maggie was spot on in replying. Their home was warm and inviting...as described and more! 4 leggeds were sweet and well mannered. I slept wonderfully. Would definitely stay with them again.
I loved staying with Maggie and Barnabas! Their house is very cozy and they made me feel right at home. I appreciated the laid back atmosphere, eco-friendly mindset, and interesting conversation. They have adorable pets who are friendly and well-behaved. Looking forward to staying with them again!
Very cozy and quaint. Most of all I felt very safe in this neighborhood as a woman travelling by myself. The pets are great, very sweet but not intrusive. . though the cat is quite talkative : )
We had a very nice time.We did not meet Maggie but her husband Barnabus was very helpful and made our trip fun and easy Our family enjoyed the living room,very cozy.
Betty and Anna.
What a pleasure to stay with Maggie and family, just lovely,happy, interesting, and kind. Great house, cozy and comfortable with an awesome bed with friendly pups and Cleo the cat to welcome you home. I'll look forward to my next visit.
On a rainy day in the Prescott Valley, Maggie and her husband Barnabas' Cozy House was a sweet homecoming at the end of a long roadtrip. Their home is imbued with a great family atmosphere, with furry little friends to pet, photography and great books for those of us who love to read, look and learn; we shared inspiring conversations over coffee and shared a homemade breakfast made from the fruits of their garden. It was a great experience. Thanks a mil!
We had a short, overnight stay inPrescott. I wish we could have stayed longer. Barnabas, Maggie's husband, was a great host - giving us restaurant tips, travel notes, and answered questions about his raised-bed garden. In addition to a beautiful cottage-type house, a cat and two great dogs were also welcoming. Plus, there was some really cool Arizona-room furniture.
While Maggie had to be out of town, she was still available on the phone to answer any questions for us before we arrived. Barnabas, though, was a thoroughly gracious and knowledgeable host, who, by the way, makes the best coffee this side of the equator! No, really.
Maggie and Barnabas made us feel at home and were very easy to be around. The stay was relaxing and their pets are great as well.