Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast in Williams, AZ – A Great Little Mountain Town
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Williams, AZ is the Gateway to the Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast, is in the great little mountain town of Williams, at the base of Bill Williams Mountain. The b&b is located less than an hour from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon by car. It is a rustic wild west bed and breakfast with a woman’s touch, designed to honor the 18th century Anglo, Native American and Spanish American settlers of Northern Arizona.
Founded in 1881, the historic town of Williams, AZ is named for the mountain man, William Shirley Williams.
Old Bill 8′ tall bronze statue
Its population was 3,023 at the 2010 census. It lies on Historic Route 66, Interstate 40, and the
Southwest Chief Amtrak train route. It is
also the southern terminus of the Grand Canyon Railway, which takes visitors to Grand Canyon Village at the South Rim. There are a variety of shops, b&bs, motels, restaurants and gas stations that cater to the large influx of tourists and the local residents.
On average December is the coldest month, July is the warmest month, and August is the wettest month. The 30 year normal high is 83F and the normal low is 22F.
Located in a valley at the base of Bill Williams Mountain, the town is surrounded by Kaibab National Forest. Downtown is an elevation of a little less than 7000 feet.
Only in Williams will you enjoy the beauty of a mountainside town, the best-preserved stretch of Route 66 still in existence, outdoor adventure to suit every need (including golf, hiking fishing, and fishing), a rustic setting with cowboys swaggering through town, and a friendly atmosphere greeting you the moment you arrive and bidding you farewell when you depart.
Come stay in one of our rooms or family suites at Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast and enjoy our great little mountain town.