Sedona Bed and Breakfast & Lodging

Sedona Bed and Breakfast

Sedona Bear Lodge is nestled in the midst of Sedona’s red rock country where over forty western movies were filmed. Picture yourself in a serene setting of Juniper and Cottonwood, watching families of quail marching through the landscape, or hearing the lonesome call of the coyotes as you drift off to sleep.

Relax and soothe in our great hot tub.In addition to the privacy of your room, we want you to feel at home while enjoying conversation in front of our native stone fireplace. Delight in late day snacks. Later, reflect on the day as you observe the star filled sky from our peaceful veranda or hot tub.


The aroma of a delicious hearty breakfast served with home-baked breads, biscuits or muffins, as well as fresh ground coffee, will awaken you. Enjoy dining around our harvest table in the saltillo tiled dining area.

Your Room:
Tastefully and comfortably designed in theme decor, each room allows a glimpse of the  past. All have private baths; some whirlpool or fireplace. You will find everything you need to assure the relaxation of a special getaway.

Four rooms with private baths, some with fireplaces, balconies, and whirlpool tubs.
Occupancy; 2 Bedroom Suite 3-4 Persons

Open All Year: JULY-AUGUST, DECEMBER-JANUARY weekday discounts may apply.

Advance reservations recommended.  Click on “make a reservation” on this page, call 928 204-2230 or call toll free 800 801-2737.  There is a two night minimum stay on most weekends and holidays.  Cancellations require 7 days notice prior to arrival date for refund, less a $25.00 per room cancellation fee.

50% prepayment is required.  VISA, MasterCard, Discover and JBC accepted.

Restrictions: Restricted smoking. No pets at this time.

Attractions & Special Events: Mountains, desert, red rocks, artist colony, shopping, golf, hiking, jeep tours, train tours, and day trips to Jerome and the Grand Canyon.

Recommended Local Restaurants: Dahl & Diluca, Heartline, Cowboy Club, Judi’s, Casa Rincon, Javelina Cantina, Takashi, and many more.

Recommended Local Best Kept Secrets: Indian Ruins and hiking trails