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Spritual Vacation Retreats in a Magical Setting

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Page Springs Country Inn is flexible! We offer a variety of choices to our guests, who include retreat and workshop facilitators as well as conscious travellers coming to Sedona to experience its mystical and inspirational aspects. Enjoy a great personal Sedona retreat experience, or book a 2- or 3-bedroom home or the entire property for a
group retreat.

Exclusive use of the entire eight-acre property, known as Rancho Feliz (Happiness Ranch), the expansive lawns, the many large trees including a central weeping willow, the two separate homes, surrounded by national forest, turns the property into a private retreat center or family enclave.

Owners Andrew Cameron Bailey and Connie Baxter Marlow, whose photographs and artifacts from indigenous cultures around the world decorate the indigenous-themed rooms,  are frequently on hand - when they aren't out in the field making movies or leading workshops - to share ideas and experiences with their guests. 

This unique Sedona retreat center is located just seven miles south of Sedona and five miles from the Red Rock State Park turn-off. Our two expansive homes are nestled at the base of a natural amphitheater below a cluster of ancient Sinagua Indian ruins in the tranquil hamlet of Page Springs. Surrounded by Coconino National Forest, we sit high above Oak Creek, with views of the beautiful high desert countryside all around, and the legendary Red Rocks of Sedona in the distance.

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Minutes from the vibrant heart of Sedona, we are two and a half hours from the Grand Canyon and the Hopi Indian Reservation, just over an hour from Phoenix, and ten minutes from the bustling town of Cottonwood. Page Springs, Sedona's best kept secret, is rural in character and is reminiscent of the way Sedona used to be before it became one of the world's most polular tourist destinations. It is the gateway to some of Arizona's finest wine country  and close to all the Northern Arizona attractions: world-famous ghost town Jerome, Sycamore Canyon, Tuzigoot National Monument, Montezuma's Castle, Palatki and many other Sinagua and Anasazi Indian ruins.

 

Page Springs Country Inn is an ideal location for a retreat (artist, women's, spiritual, healing, corporate etc) featuring sprawling lawns and an immense weeping willow tree whose expansive, undulating branches provide the perfect setting for intimate wedding ceremonies, outdoor workshops, meditations, and other special moments. With evergreen trees, blooming roses in season, and gentle winding paths between the houses, we are surrounded by pristine native plants and wildlife, unfolding to the natural marvels of the surrounding mesas. We offer a ceramic fire pit on the patio for warm and cozy pleasure on our cool, crisp Arizona nights, when the ink-black skies make star-gazing memorable.

 

As filmmakers, photographers and writers, your hosts have spent the past 18 years befriending and documenting indigenous peoples, ranging from southern Africa to the jungles of Mexico. We bring distinctive character and ethnic authenticity to our one-of-a-kind accommodations with names such as Kalahari Room, Maya Suite, Anasazi Suite, Kokopelli-Hopi Suite and Maui Room.

 

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 The curious may find insights into the way of life of these indigenous peoples with our photo exhibit  "Rhythms of Creation", pictorial journals, library and unique collection of ethnic art and artifacts.

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Page Springs is Sedona's Wine Country:
The wine aficionado
will enjoy our peaceful surroundings, the proximity of four world-class wineries, and the unique microclimate that produces these fine wines to tantalize the discerning palate.