As you begin planning for your upcoming destination wedding to Sedona or your family reunion in which many generations are coming together to celebrate being a family, you may be concerned about finding a home large enough for everyone to reside in comfortably. Unless, of course, you choose Stay Sedona and one of our large vacation rentals, designed to easily handle the needs of larger groups. These homes will have more bedrooms, more bathrooms, and in some cases may even offer separate seating areas that allow families to retreat to their own spaces after long days of Sedona explorations and perhaps a bit too much togetherness! This guide to our large vacation rentals in Sedona will paint a picture of a big family vacation dream come true.
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Step into Comfort
Every home we offer will be decorated in a style preferred by our homeowners, but all will offer a sense of home and family that will appeal to you and yours. Large living rooms with super soft furnishings will draw you in, offering enough seating for the group. No one wants to sit on the floor (unless they are cuddling in front of a fireplace!) and we understand the importance of being comfortable, no matter what room of the house you are in. Feel like you are a part of the action on the screen of state-of-the-art televisions when you decide that your Tuesday night should be a movie night with the family, after popping batches of popcorn in our fully equipped kitchens. And although you don’t want to eat every meal at home, you can save a little money and energy on some nights or mornings, preparing a feast for everyone in rooms that are large enough for multiple cooks to easily work together!
When more than one family travels together, pick a property that offers two seating areas, allowing guests to have their separate family times, or choose one with a large back porch and utilize that extra space as your own personal sitting area. Whether you are watching the sunset over the red rocks, gathering around a fire pit on a chilly winter’s night, or are simply enjoying the quiet magic of a night in Sedona (without the chatter going on inside) these moments will be the ones you remember most when you return to the hustle and bustle of real life. At night, when the sun sets behind the red rocks and everyone retreats to the bedrooms of their choice, a good night’s sleep is guaranteed to be had. Shut the door to the rest of the world, slide between the silky soft linens that top our premium mattresses, and lose yourself in happy dreams and sweet oblivion.
Time to Play
Each new day in Sedona brings new adventures and even large groups of people can find something to do together. Load up the cars and head over to Montezuma Castle National Monument in Camp Verde, exploring Arizona’s earliest history as you enjoy the beauty of the natural surroundings that house the stucco dwellings. Hike along the trails that lead to the red rocks and discover the breathtaking beauty of Devil’s Bridge as you take some of the most amazing pictures from the top of this natural bridge. Fishing in Oak Creek Canyon, shopping in uptown Sedona, taking an Evening Sky Tour and falling in love with the magic of our red rock village’s night sky; adventures big and small will be yours when you choose Sedona as your destination vacation spot with your large group of family members or friends.
Time to Eat
You can cook every meal in your Stay Sedona sanctuary if you please, but we think you should plan on trying a taste of the town at least a few times during your stay, especially knowing that many restaurants out here will be able to handle large groups. The Hideaway House, located at 231 AZ-179 is one of the more popular spots, offering delicious food in a casual atmosphere that makes everyone feel welcomed and at home. Their patio features more of the breathtaking views you have come to expect of all places in Sedona and on less busy nights will be available for your entire party. For a hearty and filling meal with a view, Mesa Grill, located at the Sedona airport never fails to please. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, their menu is filled with classic favorites, new dishes that are about to become your favorite, and an intriguing blend of both. Their ancient grains breakfast bowl, created with chicken chorizo, dried cherries, eggs, avocado, and a blend of ancient grains that includes red rice, farro, and wheat berries is destined to be your new obsession.