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Cabin with 1 Queen bed

Small creekside cabins have sweet porches perched above Oak Creek and one queen size bed (Cabin 4 has a king). Small cabins can accommodate 2 guests. Cabins #1, 2, 3, 4.

Nightly Rate: $275-$305 plus tax & 15% gratuity *Includes dinner, breakfast, and tea for two.Click to view photos

Cabin with 2 Queens beds

Large cabins have wood-burning fireplaces, large sitting/bedroom with two queen beds. These cabins can accommodate 2-4 guests. Cabins #5, 6, 7.

Nightly rate: $325 plus tax & 15% gratuity *Includes dinner, breakfast, and tea for two.
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Cabin with 1 King bed

Large cabins have wood-burning fireplaces, large sitting/bedroom with one king bed. These cabins can accommodate 2 guests. Cabins #8, 9, 10, 11.

Nightly rate: $325 plus tax & 15% gratuity *Includes dinner, breakfast, and tea for two.Click to view photos

Cabin with 1 King bed and a Sofa bed

Large cabins have wood-burning fireplaces, large sitting/bedroom with one king bed and a full sized sofa bed. These cabins can accommodate 2 to 4 guests. Cabins A, M, R, N, G

Nightly rate: $325 plus tax & 15% gratuity *Includes dinner, breakfast, and tea for two.
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Rooms & Rates

Our rates are based on double occupancy, and include full breakfasts and four-course dinners, as well as afternoon tea. Additional guests are $75 per night.

Two Night Minimum Stay
We release single night openings 2 weeks prior to available date. Weekends excluded.

Deposit Policy: A deposit (two night’s rate, double occupancy) is required six weeks prior to the reserved date. Your deposit is applicable to the full length of your reservation. Should you need to cancel, deposits are refunded if we are notified three weeks in advance, or if the entire vacancy is filled.

To book a reservation, please call 928-282-3343. We do not offer online reservations.  For inquiries Contact Us. Our availability changes day to day.

History

Garland's Lodge: History - Cabins, Lodging, Bed and Breakfast, B&B, Sedona, AZ, Oak Creek Canyon

Most of Oak Creek Canyon was homesteaded in the late 1800's and early 1900's. The first structure at the Lodge, now the kitchen, was built in 1908 from pine trees felled above the property.

Garland's Lodge History

The Lodge was purchased in the late 20's by Frank and Catherine Todd, and their son, Bill. Old timers in the area reminisce about wonderful chicken dinners served after the arduous drive from Flagstaff.

Cabins were eventually built to accommodate these guests and the miners fom Jerome who came to fish in Oak Creek. The current dining room was added in '43, verified by a buffalo nickel found under the cornerstone.

Garland's Lodge, Sedona history
Bill and Georgiana Garland, and their children were old acquaintances of the Todds, having spent many summers in Oak Creek to escape the heat of Phoenix. All elatedly agreed to purchase the Lodge as a family project when it was offered for sale in 1972.

Bill Garland brought the business expertise; Georgiana loaned family recipes, and piemaking techniques. The kids set to work, learning to garden, cook, and build cabins, determined to retain the original character of the place.

Garland's Lodge staffAs the years went on, the family started Garland's Navajo Rugs, Garland's Indian Jewelry, and the Indian Gardens Trading Post. Gary and Mary Garland stayed on to run the Lodge, and with their excellent staff, are proud to maintain this Arizona tradition.

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