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Log Cabin w/ Loft 2 miles from downtown

Very quaint 2 bedroom real log cabin within the city limits of Flagstaff, near historic Route 66. It backs up against the forest where foot/bike trails and wildlife abound.

$108 per night
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Cozy Private Cabin Within Flagstaff City Limits

Located on the east side of Flagstaff this cabin is within the city limits, all the conveniences of home, yet has the rustic charm of a woodsy cabin. Walk out the front door to enjoy the hiking trails of Mount Elden, the Arizona Trail and Picture Canyon Trail. A great jumping-off point for your trips to the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Antelope Canyon, Wupatki National Monument, Walnut Canyon and all that Northern Arizona has to offer!

$93 per night
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Tiny Mountain View Sauna Cabin in National Forest

@TinyCabinFlagstaff is a tiny house with sauna on 1.5 acres in Coconino National Forest. Featured in American Eagle's holiday campaign. Dog friendly. Epic stargazing. 10min to historic downtown/ Route 66. 15 min to Walnut Canyon, Sunset Crater, Wupatki National Parks, NAU, AZ Snowbowl. 30 min to Meteor Crater and Sedona. 90 min to GRAND CANYON, Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon, and Petrified Forest. 2.5hrs to Monument Valley. Our listing "A-Frame Mountain View Cabin" next door.

$140 per night

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Weekend cabins in Flagstaff

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The Shonto🌲 Cabin
$111 per night
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The Bear’s Den of Flagstaff + private hot tub
$195 per night
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Pine Del Fairie Home* custom built & unique♡
$117 per night
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Romantic mountain log cabin close to town
$160 per night
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13 Pines ❤️TRIANGLE HOUSE❤️Fun Forest Cabin, Dogs ✅
$212 per night
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A-Frame Mountain View Cabin in a National Forest
$237 per night
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The Rustic Tuckaway - Cabin Retreat on 5 Acres!
$219 per night
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Canyon Cabin in Town
$149 per night
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Magdalena Meadows Retreat
$182 per night
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A-Frame of Mind! Gorgeous Views! Remodeled!
$178 per night
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Adorable A-frame in the Pines! Dogs Welcome!
$152 per night
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New Listing! Tiny Home with Mighty Allure! Wooded lot, Prime Location, Very Charming!
$144 per night

Cabins with jacuzzis in Flagstaff

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The Evergreen House: Secluded w/ 5 Acres, Hot Tub!
$254 per night
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3bed+den Nakai Chalet tub Open May 27-29
$263 per night
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*Updated Famous Cabin, 6 bdrms, Hottub Mtn views*
$619 per night
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Majestic Mountain Chalet with Deck and Hot Tub
$259 per night
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Cabin w/ Mtn View & Hot Tub by Continental Golf!
$352 per night
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!!!** NEW AC **!!! Stunning White Pines Cabin in Flagstaff w/ HOT TUB & AC
$341 per night
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**Amazing Views, Central A/C, 5 ac of Privacy, Lawn Games and HOT TUB!
$407 per night
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Luxury Cabin w/ Bunkhouse for 19 - The Chancellor
$593 per night
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Dream Cabin in the Pines with A/C and HOT TUB!!
$348 per night
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Winter Wonderland Snowbowl Ski Retreat
$514 per night
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Aspen Ridge Lodge with private Hot Tub
$269 per night
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AMBERWOOD ALPINE ESTATE W/HOT TUB 🌲 FLAGSTAFF
$555 per night

Cottages in Flagstaff

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PlanB Cottage
$117 per night
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Traveller's Cottage with a Mountain View
$104 per night
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Cozy Hilltop Cabin - Sunroom/Patio Stunning Views
$139 per night
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Trendy Cottage in the Trees/ Close to Downtown
$129 per night
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Downtown Modern Farmhouse
$158 per night
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Chill Cottage Dogs OK Backs Forest
$162 per night
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Sweet little cottage , so charming!!
$121 per night
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Unique Downtown Home
$100 per night
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Magdalena Cottage
$132 per night
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Downtown Cottage ~ Perfect Location
$127 per night
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Cottage on 2.5 acres Close to Downtown, Snowbowl
$125 per night
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Cutest Cottage in NoHo! Close to everything!
$110 per night

Your guide to Flagstaff

All About Flagstaff

The city of Flagstaff is home to various natural wonders, such as Arizona’s tallest mountain, Humphreys Peak, which draws hikers, skiers, and mountaineers to this scenic stretch of Northern Arizona. It’s also where you’ll find Walnut Canyon National Monument, with canyon walls and cliffs holding dwellings that once served as homes to the Sinagua Indians in the 12th and 13th centuries. The Sinagua left more than 80 multi-room dwellings here, 25 of which can be viewed from the footpaths snaking through the canyons. Further remains of ancient Sinagua structures, inhabited between 1070 and 1275 A.D., can be found at Elden Pueblo Archaeological Site in central Flagstaff.

The city itself has a sophisticated restaurant scene and notable museums such as the Museum of Northern Arizona, where you can learn all about this fascinating red rock region of the United States. Flagstaff is also a popular stop on the way to the Grand Canyon, whose pastel peaks and sweeping vistas are only an hour and a half away.


How do I get around Flagstaff?

Flagstaff visitors traveling from further afield most likely fly into Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport (PHX) — the closest major international airport to the city and a 2.5 hour drive without traffic. Train and bus connections are also available. It’s worth considering a car rental if you’re planning to hit more remote hiking routes. If you’re staying central, you can also take advantage of the city’s award-winning hybrid-electric bus system.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Flagstaff?

Flagstaff boasts plenty to do year-round, making it an ideal getaway during any season. If you’re planning to get your fill of winter sports and explore the nearby ski slopes, then make sure you get here between December and February. Just remember to pack those tire chains or have four-wheel drive to avoid any hiccups en route. If you’re looking to bask in the Arizona sunshine, then book your cabin in Flagstaff for July or August. Fall and spring in Flagstaff offer more temperate weather, with plenty of trails perfect for a midday hike during these months.


What are the top things to do in Flagstaff?

Lowell Observatory

As one of the oldest observatories in the United States, Lowell Observatory has a fascinating history. This now research facility is where astronomers first discovered Pluto in the early 20th century, where the rings of Uranus were studied in great detail, and where the Apollo program worked on some of their moon planning. Today you can take a tour of the facility, watch various science films, and check out far away constellations using the observatory telescope.

Humphrey’s Peak Trail

The hike up to Arizona’s highest peak is a five-mile-long trek into nature along a steep and rocky trail that guarantees great views of the canyons and the Painted Desert. While Humphrey’s Peak Trail is open year-round, slippery conditions make it more ideal for exploring in the spring and summertime, with permits required for the winter months’ entry.

Wheeler Park

This green area — located just steps away from the city’s visitor center —plays host to a number of weekend arts festivals throughout the year, and is also one of Flagstaff’s most popular picnic spots. Visitors can enjoy the grassy land on the benches outlining the park, or bring along a blanket for a picnic. In the fall, visitors can take part in an Oktoberfest celebration, and in the winter, the park’s trees are decked out with holiday lights to bring in the season’s cheer.