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Enjoy Luxury

January 1st, 2015 by Del & Sheryl Terry

Enjoy the luxury of the Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast in Canon Grande
Canon Grande is one the premier luxury guest rooms at the Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast. The room features high king bed, full sitting room, private full bath, full entertainment, and vanity area. Guests are treated to a welcoming experience with knowledgeable hosts who are eager to make your luxury vacation memorable.
Canon Grande accomodation at the Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast
Sherry and Del, the owners, are lovely and helpful. When I arrived they were there to greet me and to make sure I was comfortable. The gave me very useful information about the area and especially about Grand Canyon. Because of their recommendation I took a tour in a van to the Grand Canyon, which was superb. The B&B is lovely and the food delicious. Sherry checked to make sure there were no food allergies or things I did not eat. The garden is so beautiful, I only wish I had more time to spend in it.- The Pampered Traveler

Luxury accommodations at the Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast

Del and Sherri are awesome hosts. Helped us find some locations at the Grand Canyon that we would have not enjoyed without their help. Sherri is a wonderful cook. Her breakfasts were delicious and the last morning, she prepared an authentic Navajo dish! Truly wonderful people!- Ramona

We liked everything. Sherry and Del are perfect hosts. The place is gorgeous, the rooms so comfortable and clean, best nights sleep we had had so far since being in the US. The breakfasts are lovely and your hosts are beautiful people, couldn’t be more helpful. The township itself is great , plenty of options for dining even for a fussy eater like me. It’s about one hours drive from the Grand Canyon which was perfect. We had a lovely time here and would highly recommend it to fellow travellers.-Dennise

Follow the link to learn more about our available luxury accommodations for your next trip to Northern Arizona and the Grand Canyon National Park.

Restful Vacations

November 6th, 2014 by Del & Sheryl Terry

Restful Vacations; the front courtyard and guest retreat at the Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast in Williams Arizona
Welcome to the Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast, where your restful vacations begin














Northern Arizona Restful Vacations

There is nothing more serene than watching the Rocky Mountains from a quiet and comfortable space. The Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast has provided just such a treasured getaway for 6 years and enjoys sharing this luxury with guests from all over the world in their desire for restful vacations. The landscaping is lush and beautiful, boasting mostly drought resistant plants and watered with reclaimed water. Del and Sheryl pride themselves on keeping their home running green and environmentally friendly to aid Northern Arizona in their efforts to preserve the beauty of the landscape and surrounding history. The wonderful sounds of a happy fountain cascade and bounce along the rocks thanks to a recirculating pump.


The expressive clouds can be viewed from around the structure and regularly provide a fabulous show ending with Arizona’s famous and spectacular sunsets. Whether you have spent a day sight seeing or hiking, shopping or wandering, you can return to luxury and contentment in spacious rooms.


For more information on booking accommodations at the Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast please visit Availability. It is always the perfect time of year to enjoy the mountains.Restful Vacations; the private backyard of the Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast Enjoy a restful vacation at the Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast in Williams Arizona

A Great Little Mountain Town

July 31st, 2014 by Del & Sheryl Terry

Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast in Williams, AZ – A Great Little Mountain Town

Enjoy the luxury of the Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast in Canon Grande

elTovar Room @ Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast

east entrance to williams arizona

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.


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.

Float Through The Grand Canyon Colorado River

April 21st, 2014 by Del & Sheryl Terry

In Northern Arizona on the Colorado River,

it is a awe inspiring adventure – a 1 day river trip in one the most famous canyons in the world.  Available May through September this Grand Canyon Colorado River trip is relaxing as you’re moving through the gorge and hiking up side canyons, and being disconnected from the civilized world.

As one of your ‘day trips’,

Stay at Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast and let us make your reservations for a 1 dayGrand Canyon Bed and Breakfast near the Colorado River

fifteen mile smooth water float trip which includes a shopping trip to Historic Cameron Trading Post on the Navajo Nation. Towering cliffs, pictographs, cool emerald green water, the smell of the Colorado River, and the call of a Great Blue Heron are just a few of many to arouse the senses on this nature experience.


We can make reservations for you with as little as two weeks advance notice BUT we suggest that you book your Colorado River experience as early as possible.  Just let us know the date you want to take your rafting trip when you reserve your room to stay with us and we’ll handle all arrangements.  The guided river trip runs March thru October each year.

Here is some information you need to know:

Rafting the calm waters of the Colorado River

Rafting the calm waters of the Colorado River


Personal Gear Packing List For River Runners

Waterproof shorts (light weight, fast drying material)

Lightweight pants & T-shirt


Tennis/athletic shoes or river-type sandals

Bandanna , hat with retention strap or visor

Lightweight jacket or fleece sweatshirt

Sunglasses with strap

Sun block

Camera/video camera*

*cameras should have straps. We are not responsible for damaged equipment.

Note: there is no place to recharge batteries. Also the

AHOG (AZ Harley Owners Group) Returns to Williams

April 11th, 2014 by Del & Sheryl Terry

Once again about 500-600 HOG (Harley Owners Group) members are expected to take to the streets of Williams, AZ this summer

when the Arizona Harley Owners Group (AHOG) rally returns to town.  The rally will take place from June 5 to 7, 2014. 

AHOG is a statewide organization comprised of all of the chapters throughout Arizona.  They meet yearly to have fun, compete in riding events and elect state leaders for the following year.

Registration for the event will take place in the Visitor Center parking lot near the Babbitt-Polson Warehouse Stage just West of the intersection of Railroad Avenue and Grand Canyon Boulevard starting Thursday morning the 5th about 8am.  The rally group’s bike games will take place at the Rodeo Grounds.

 Williams is a friendly town where HOG owners can have a lot of fun.  It’s easy to walk around town, have great rides, and is close to the Grand Canyon, Jerome, and Kingman.

Williams is a great rally venue where HOG owners and their partners can enjoy a great time while spending 2 or 3 nights at Grand Canyon Bed & Breakfast, located in a quiet neighborhood less than a mile from the festivities and with off-street parking.This year’s rally will include bike games, guided motorcycle rides, a motorcycle show, a parade through town, dances and concerts.

Grand Canyon Harley-Davidson in Bellemont, AZ sponsors the Grand Canyon HOG Chapter, which will put on this year’s rally.If you don’t own a Harley (or any other brand of motorcycle) you can rent one for the event at Grand Canyon Harley-Davidson and ride into Williams in ‘style’.  There are other dealers throughout Arizona if you’d like to rent a bike and ride from you home to the AHOG.  You just possibly might fall in love with the machine and experience and buy one of your own.

The public is welcome to attend any of the events during the rally.


Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona

March 15th, 2014 by Del & Sheryl Terry

Lowell Observatory –  an astronomical observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona.

Lowell Observatory was established in 1894, placing it among the oldest observatories in the United States, and was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1965. In 2011, the Observatory was named one of “The World’s 100 Most Important Places” by TIME.lowell observatory northern arizona grand canyon bed and breakfast flagstaff arizona

The Observatory’s original 61-centimeter (24-inch) Alvan Clark Telescope is still in use today for public education. Lowell Observatory hosts 85,000 visitors per year at their Steele Visitors Center, who take guided daytime tours and view various wonders of the night sky through the Clark Telescope and other telescopes. It was founded by astronomer Percival Lowell.

The observatory operates several telescopes at three locations in the Flagstaff area. The main facility, located on Mars Hill just west of downtown Flagstaff, houses the original 61-centimeter (24-inch) Clark Refracting Telescope, although its role today is as a public education tool and not research. The telescope, built in 1896 for $20,000, was assembled in Boston by Alvan Clark and then shipped by train to Flagstaff. Also located on the Mars Hill campus is the 33-centimeter (13-inch) Pluto Discovery Telescope, used by Clyde Tombaugh in 1930 to discover the dwarf planet Pluto.lowell observatory northern arizona grand canyon bed and breakfastlowell observatory alvan clarknorthern arizona grand canyon bed and breakfastlowell observatory SOFIA northern arizona grand canyon bed and breakfast

Lowell in the observer’s chair; Alvan Clark refractor telescope; astrograph

Lowell Observatory’s astronomers conduct research on a wide range of solar system and astrophysical topics using ground-based, airborne, and space-based telescopes. Among the many current programs are a search for near-Earth asteroids, a survey of the Kuiper Belt beyond Neptune, a search for extra solar planets, a decades-long study of the brightness stability of the sun, and a variety of investigations of star formation and other processes in distant galaxies.

In addition, the Observatory staff designs and builds custom instrumentation for use on Lowell’s telescopes and elsewhere.  For example, Lowell staff built a sophisticated high-speed camera for use on the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA). SOFIA is a joint project of the United States and German space agencies and consists of a 2.5-meter (8.2-foot) telescope on board a Boeing 747 SP.


Best of the Best in Arizona

February 9th, 2014 by Del & Sheryl Terry

best of arizona 2013

Best of the Best for the 3rd year in a row!

Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast has been voted and awarded the Best of the Best in Arizona Business for 2014 in the Hospitality/Bed and Breakfast category for 2012, 2013, and now for 2014 also.  And we have been awarded another  5 star award certificate from Talk of the Town for 2014 (2012, 2013, plus this year).  We are happy that for three consecutive years Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast of Williams, Arizona has been chosen to receive these recognitions.

Best of Arizona

Courtyard Waterfall Entrance to Living/Breakfast Rooms

These awards are earned and presented as a result of guests who have stayed with us during the past year and who have taken their time to visit the respective websites and voting for b & b’s that they have stayed at in the State of Arizona as being exceptional in all areas of providing for their every need.

Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast is known all over the world as being thoughtful and insightful in the areas of Customer Service, Concierge Service, Value, Sleep Quality, Attention to Detail in Decorating, Outstanding Meal Presentation and Quality/Quantity, Cleanliness, Proximity to Restaurants, Shopping, and Area Attractions, and the Welcoming Atmosphere of our Guest Rooms and Areas.

Living Room Breakfast Room

“Outstanding B&B”


“My wife and I stayed here for our anniversary{2013}. The rooms are very clean and comfortable. We enjoyed the layout of the place as our room/wing was separate from the rest of the inn. This made the stay more private instead of us feeling like we were invading someone else’s personal space. The place is also located right at the start of Route 66,  making it very close to some good dinner spots (they had menus for the best of them). However, what really stood out was the personal service. When we got there everything was ready and waiting for us so we could rest after a long day of travel.

“Del is incredibly warm, friendly and engaging and makes you feel like an honored guest. If you don’t like Del as a host then you’re impossible to please! And if you were like us and had never been to the Grand Canyon before you’re doing yourself a disservice by not asking him where the best spots away from the other tourists are. He’s very knowledgeable about the area and  its history. He also lent us a couple pairs of hiking poles, which really came in handy when we took a day long hike down the canyon.

“Sheri’s breakfasts are excellent! She has been cooking for guests for a long time and her skills really show. My wife is more of a picky eater but her plate was cleaned each morning, as was mine! This B&B is really the new standard by which we judge all others we have gone to and will go to, and if we get the chance to go back to Arizona then we are definitely staying here again!”

Northern Arizona Christmas Mountain Village Holiday

November 22nd, 2013 by Del & Sheryl Terry

A Northern Arizona Christmas Mountain Village Holiday.

Saturday, November 30 kicks off the 2013 Christmas season in the great little mountain town sultana theater; mountain village holiday

of Williams, AZ. It starts with the 10th Annual Mountain Village Holiday Craft Show at the World Famous Sultana Theatre. The craft show is available from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. The theatre is located @ 301 W Rte 66. There will be over 35 vendors with a wonderful variety of those special gifts you seek for the Holiday Season and other occasions as well. Angel, with Simply Angelic Photography will be there to take pictures of your children or the whole family. She will have 4×6 and 5×7 prints available to take with you right away.


This is a fundraiser for the SAVE-MTR (Meant To Rescue) Animal Facility in Williams. All proceeds from the vendors’ rent and your donations go to the animals. Buy your special gifts, have your picture taken and help SAVE-MTR at the same time. Have dinner at one of the fine restaurants is town and then, starting @ 6:30 pm, join the community for the Mountain Village Holiday, Parade of Lights and Official Tree Lighting Ceremony event. This annual colorful light parade is a holiday favorite as it proceeds down historic Route 66. Enjoy the official Tree Lighting Ceremony immediately following the parade.


El Tovar guest room; mountain village holiday


The Williams-Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce adorns the city with lights, wreaths and ornaments. “Christmas lights, there’s just something very nostalgic about them,” she said. “I think a lot of people respond to that nostalgia of Christmas and the holidays and the lights.”The chamber is also putting on a residential and commercial lighting contest. This year’s theme is “All I want for Christmas is…”

Spend November 29th and 30th in one of the guest rooms or family suites at Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast as you start your Christmas season in Williams, AZ.

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