Whispering Creek Bed & Breakfast

After the ladies and I spent the day wine tasting in Cottonwood, we ended our day in Sedona at the Whispering Creek Bed & Breakfast.  We were greeted by the owner, Cheryl Barron, and she showed us around.  Since there were five of us, we had to take two rooms.  The first room we saw was the one I shared with my sister-in-law, Deb.  We had a queen bed, TV, WiFi, fridge, and coffee maker all in a sweetly decorated room.  The bed was so comfortable!  The next place we check out was the girls room.  This room had a king bed, full kitchen, table with chairs, and a couch which turned into a single size bed.  They also had a porch with wood fence.  Cheryl said that she and her husband, Joe, plan to take the wood fence down and replace it with a wrought iron fence.  The wood fence took away from the amazing Sedona red-rocks scenery.  The last place Cheryl showed us was the dining area where breakfast would be served.  She offered us brownies and ice cream, but we were going to head out to dinner first.  She also told us that in the evenings, she has wine to enjoy while sitting on the patio soaking up the gorgeous scenery and the dark sky full of stars.

In the morning, we all met in the dining room for breakfast.  The night before, Cheryl had us fill out a card for our individual breakfast meals.  Before getting my eggs, bacon and the most tasty fried potatoes, I had to try one of her homemade muffins.  The breakfast was melt-in-your-mouth delicious.  While eating, Cheryl engaged us gals in conversations.  We found out that they just opened the B&B and we were its first guests.  She has lovingly decorated the place with care, using the best linens and mattress.  Her 5 bedroom place had a down home and comfy feel to it.  I would recommend that if you are staying in Sedona, give Cheryl at the Whispering Creek Bed &Breakfast a call.  (928) 862-4006

Website:  http://www.whisperingcreekbnb.com/
Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Whispering-Creek-BB/868525083208284


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