Flagstaff, AZ 

Inn at 410 B&B

410 N Leroux St
Flagstaff, AZ 86001-4502 US
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Rates: $170 to $220
Total Rooms: 9


Circa 1894. This inn, once the stately family residence of a wealthy banker, businessman and cattle rancher, has been frequented over the years by travelers interested in exploring the Grand Canyon. Today, guests enjoy hospitality, outstanding cuisine and a wonderful home base from which to enjoy Northern Arizona. Each of the guest rooms is individually decorated in a unique style. All of the guest rooms include a fireplace, and some offer an oversized Jacuzzi tub. Award-winning recipes are featured during the gourmet breakfasts, and afternoon cookies and tea are served in the dining room. A two-block walk takes guests to shops, galleries and restaurants in historic downtown Flagstaff. Sedona, Native American sites, the Grand Canyon and the San Francisco Peaks are nearby.Publicity and Awards: Westways, Arizona Daily Sun, Mountain Living, Mountain Morning, PBS TV, Women's World, Lands End Corporate Catalog, Arizona Highways, Old House Journal, Phoenix Magazine, Sunset, NY Times, 1000 Places to See before You Die, LA Times, Fodor's, Frommer's, Lonely Planet, Rough Guide, Arizona Republic, AZ Highways Travel Magazine.Location: City/Urban and Mountains.

Room Detail

The Southwest
A tranquil Jacuzzi suite with local Indian arts and crafts. Queen-size bleached log bed, kiva-type fireplace and Jacuzzi tub for two.
Type of bed: Queen

The Tea Room
An elegant Jacuzzi suite with Victorian roses, teapots and original mahogany woodwork. King-size bed, romantic Jacuzzi nook with fireplace.
Type of bed: King

Monet's Garden
A romantic Jacuzzi suite impressionistic of a French country garden. Queen-size bed, fireplace, and Jacuzzi tub. Adjacent to our patio garden.
Type of bed: Queen

Dakota Suite
Arizona's Old West at its best. Weathered barn wood, queen-size log bed, separate sitting room with fireplace and sofa bed for up to two children. Accommodates 2-4.
Type of bed: Queen

The Conservatory
Turn-of-the-century charm and romance inspired by music of the Masters. Queen-size canopied bed, antique secretary, love seat in front of the fireplace.
Type of bed: Queen

Sunflower Fields
As light and airy as a field of summer sunflowers. Queen-size bed, antique wicker rockers, fireplace with window seat overlooking Flagstaff.
Type of bed: Queen

Canyon Memories
Arts and Crafts decor reminiscent of historic travels in Grand Canyon. Queen-size bed, antique rocking chairs, mural of the Grand Canyon over the fireplace. Views of the San Francisco peaks.
Type of bed: Queen

Suite Nature
A piney retreat that's a natural for families. Queen-size bent willow bed and love seat in bedroom; separate parlour with fireplace, day bed and trundle bed for up to two children. Accommodates 2-4.
Type of bed: Queen

Sonoran Serenade
Colorful influences from Old Mexico. Queen-size wrought iron bed draped in Spanish lace, Mexican tiled fireplace.
Type of bed: Queen



Rooms & Rates

Rates: $170 to $220
Payment types accepted include Visa, Travelers Checks and Master Card.
Rooms: This property has 9 guest houses with private bath, 9 with hot tubs, 3 suites and 3 cottages.
The types of beds available include Twin, Queen and King.


Minimum Stay Requirements: Two nights some weekends, three nights some holidays
Cancellation: Must cancel at least 14 days out to receive a refund. $20 cancellation fee.
Pets: NO pets allowed.

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Afternoon Tea, Snacks/Refreshments, Wine, Breakfast, Complimentary Bar w/ vodka, brandy, mixers and wine.
Types of meals: Wine, Vegetarian Breakfast, Snacks/Refreshments, Restaurant off Premises, Full Gourmet Breakfast, Full Breakfast, Early Coffee/Tea, Afternoon Tea, All dietary needs met: food allergies, vegan, non-gluten, all entrees are vegetarian, meat side dishes and To-Go Breakfasts.
Amenities In Room: Turn-Down Service, Telephone, Snack Bar, Refrigerator, Iron/Ironing Board, Heating, Hair Dryer, Bathrobes, DVD, Bath Amenities, Fireplace, Air Conditioning, Wireless Internet Access, Television, Coffeemaker, Cable TV, coffee, tea, three with Jacuzzi tubs and extensive movie library.
Amenities On Site: Hot Tub/Jetted Tub, Handicap Access, Computers, Copy Machine, Dryer, Free parking on premise and Fax.
Business Traveler Amenities: Wireless Internet Access, Television, Iron/Ironing Board, Internet Access, Hair Dryer, FAX On-site, Daily Newspapers, The Inn is central to all downtown businesses, courts and Flagstaff Medical Center.


Events Hosted: Honeymoons, Family Reunions and Romantic Getaways.
Other Activities: Sports Events, Major College, Skiing Downhill, Skiing Cross Country, Shopping (Local Crafts), Parks, Museums, Live Theater, Horseback Riding, Hiking, Golf, Bicycling, Art Galleries, Antiquing, Grand Canyon, Lowell Observatory, Wupatki & Walnut Canyon National Monuments, Museum of No.AZ, hiking, Meteor Crater and Riordan Mansion.

Recommended Restaurant(s)

Cottage Place, Pasto's, Josephines, , Beaver St. Brewery.

Historic Interest

Built in 1894, The Inn at 410 became the home of a wealthy local banker and rancher, Thomas Pollock in 1907. Mr. Pollock expanded the house with a second floor and added extensive millwork in the public areas. Mr. Pollock owned the entire block and built the adjacent house for his head ranch hand and the Carriage House directly behind the Inn. North Leroux Street contains a number of Flagstaff's original large homes.
Historic Awards: National Register (Granted) and National Register of Historic Places.
Historic Memberships: National Trust.
Historic sites nearby: Riordan Mansion State Park, and Lowell Observatory, Wupatki National Monument/Anasazi Indian Ruins (35 miles), Hopi and Navajo Indian Reservations (45-100 miles), Walnut Canyon National Monument/Sinaqua Indian ruins (7 miles)

Romantic Interest

Fireplace, Jacuzzi, decor