- Recommended by Frommer’s
- Featured in Phoenix Magazine
- “Top 10 – Arizona’s Best B&Bs” (June 2007)
- “Arizona’s Best Weekend Adventures” (September 2007)
- Featured in Sunset Magazine (September 2007)
- Featured in Arizona Highways Magazine (July 2009) (January 2010)
The England House Bed and Breakfast
A Flagstaff, Arizona bed and breakfast, on the National Register of Historic Places, affords the visitor with a vacation stay that will be unforgettable. This Flagstaff bed and breakfast, a truly-one-of-a-kind, two-story Coconino and Moenkopi stone house circa 1902, was built by Barbara Michelbach-England and William England, a master stone cutter. The England House Bed and Breakfast has pressed tin ceilings, “among the most elaborate and intact of any…seen in a small house in the west.” Workmanship and singularity of this house combine to make this “clearly among the most outstanding homes in Flagstaff.” (1976, Carol Galbreath of the National Trust for Historic Preservation) The distinctive red and white stone of this century-old landmark and Flagstaff bed and breakfast is the perfect complement to Flagstaff’s often-azure sky. The England House Bed and Breakfast in Flagstaff is close to the many natural and historic wonders of Arizona that provide a wide range of activities year round. Most notably, the Grand Canyon is an easy hour-plus scenic drive from Flagstaff. And the England House Bed and Breakfast is just four blocks from Historic Downtown’s shops, fine dining, galleries and live music.