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Flagstaff, Arizona is a fun place to live like a local while you get to know this unique town that has a long list of things to do, boasting an outdoorsy, college, and cultural vibe. Here are some of the best local Airbnb rentals to choose from in Flagstaff.
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This guesthouse is available on Airbnb and a great choice for three guests. It’s a studio space with two beds and one bath. You’ll have this guesthouse all to yourself, which is known as The Shop and was originally a woodworking shop built in 1964. This is a nice place to soak in a hot tub, hang out in a hammock, and cook in the kitchenette or on the grill. This is a unique and offbeat place to stay that welcomes one dog for a $25 fee and $10 for additional dogs. There are two rental units on this property but you’ll still have privacy here. However, the bathroom is shared with the other unit and in the main house. There is no running water in The Shop but there is a large glass jug with a spigot full of water to use.
This camper offers a unique place to stay during your time in Flagstaff and is great for two guests. It has one bed and one bathroom and offers free breakfast from the host’s hobby farm. Breakfast includes two fresh eggs, bagel or toast, and organic coffee and tea. The trailer is on a five-acre property that is great for watching the sunset from atop an old rail car, jumping on a trampoline, and relaxing in a hammock chair. Your host lives just down the hill and has a homestead with chickens and goats. Yet the space is also close to downtown so you can easily go sightseeing but enjoy some peace, quiet, and adventure too. Other things included are an ice box, full-size bed, small kitchen, cozy dining table, and easy access to hiking trails in the forest.
Another great place to stay in Flagstaff is this loft with one bedroom and one bathroom. It accommodates up to three guests in a unique bungalow and is a 10-minute walk to downtown. The property has a fenced-in outdoor area that is shaded, which is perfect for bringing your dog along. The dog fee is just $20. Inside the loft you’ll find a comfortable bed, semi-private bathroom with a compact shower and toilet, and a kitchen with an oven, microwave, dishes, and pans. Your host here also provides local maps, head lamps, hiking gear, and other conveniences for loan. You’ll be in the backyard of the main house when you stay here and have access to the backyard, which has a firepit, tree swing, and horseshoes.
Meanwhile, this guesthouse is available for three guests and has one bed and one bath for guests in Flagstaff. It’s two miles east of downtown, has stairs to access the space, and is a quaint and comfortable place to stay. It’s ideal for a couple but has a couch for a third guest. The list of amenities here includes a kitchen, Wi-Fi, free parking, a TV, and a laptop-friendly workspace.
For larger groups up to eight people, Doug’s house is an Airbnb property here with two bedrooms and one bath. It’s the main unit in a multi-family home that is clean and comfortable. There is no television but there is high-speed Wi-Fi. Your host provides kitchen supplies, towels, and sheets. There is a parking space provided and a charming but non-operational fireplace. The host also rents out the top part of the house and requests that noise levels be kept low after 10pm.
For larger groups up to eight people, this house is an Airbnb property with two bedrooms and one bath. It’s the main unit in a multi-family home that is clean and comfortable. There is no television but there is high-speed Wi-Fi. Your host provides kitchen supplies, towels, and sheets. There is a parking space provided and a charming but non-operational fireplace. The host also rents out the top part of the house and requests that noise levels be kept low after 10pm.
You can also stay in this Airbnb property when you visit Flagstaff to stay in a cute barn with one bed and one bath. Guests enjoy the hot tub, hammock, kitchenette, and nature views. This is a private space but has a shared bathroom in the main house. This is a perfect getaway spot for romantic trips and honeymooners. Bring a dog along for a $25 pet fee and $10 for a second dog. Guests who stay here enjoy the comfy bed and seeing the stars at night. Your host here also has a couple of other Airbnbs for rent in Flagstaff.
Another unique place to stay in Flagstaff is this Airstream camper, which is great for up to three guests. You’ll feel cozy here with a full-size bed, dining table that converts to another bed and stocked kitchens with all the basics. The Airstream also has a television with various online services and eggs provided from the host’s backyard chickens upon request. Access to the space is via lockbox near the camper’s entrance. Free parking and Wi-Fi are also offered.
For a tiny house experience in Flagstaff, consider this Airbnb property. It is ideal for two guests and has one bed and one bath. This cute tiny house is one that you’ll have all to yourselves and is at the base of historic downtown Flagstaff. It’s brand new and has a full bed, washer and dryer, Wi-Fi, parking spot, shower, and kitchen. You can easily walk to downtown Flagstaff from here and also enjoy heating and air conditioning during your stay.
Enjoy a glamping vacation by staying in this yurt Airbnb in Flagstaff. It suits up to four guests and offers an off-the-grid forest experience. There’s a 35-mile trail system nearby that’s great for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Running water and electricity are nearby in the Nordic Village Lodge; however, there are not these things inside the yurt itself. Bring your own sleeping bags, pillows, and blankets. Yurt amenities provided include sleeping pads, folding chairs, picnic table outdoors, wood-burning stove, port-o-potty, and basic supplies.
This TinyCamp cabin offers you canyon views, a spa-like bathroom, and stargazing under the Arizona night sky. Guests here can use the hot tub and yoga deck for their own private getaway and look up from the loft bed to see Mt. Wilson across the canyon. On-site offerings include free parking, a kitchen, Wi-Fi, bathroom essentials, a coffee, and more.
To be within walking distance to all the hip breweries and just above Historic Brewing Company’s downtown location, stay at this Airbnb. It accommodates up to four guests in two bedrooms and one bath. You’ll also be close to the local rock climbing gym, yoga studios, and trendy restaurants here. Potential guests should know that noise can be heard in the space since it is above a brewpub. There is a parking space reserved for guests during certain hours. Pets are allowed here but keep them off the furniture to avoid a cleaning fee.
For a log cabin experience, stay at this Airbnb with two bedrooms and one bath. Up to five guests can stay here in this quaint cabin that’s within the city limits. It’s also near Route 66 and the trails of the forest. Enjoy the wood walls that are reminiscent of the early west and the loft that’s a big hit with kids. The unit has a washer and dryer, as well as a pack-and-play to make it family-friendly. There is a spiral staircase that requires climbing. Amenities include Wi-Fi, a kitchen, and free parking.
Another popular Airbnb in Flagstaff is this cottage. It’s ideal for two guests and a private space that is near restaurants, the Lowell Observatory, and the Urban Trail. The ski resort is seven miles away. You’ll enjoy the peaceful patio garden, efficient kitchen area, and hand-crafted details including original artwork. There’s also a private patio/yard, electric faux fireplace heater, and additional cooking options that include a crockpot, toaster oven, and stovetop.
This guest suite is a popular Airbnb property that can accommodate two guests in its one bedroom and one bath. Perks of staying here are the views, steam shower, claw foot tub, and private outdoor space. It is kid-friendly and dog-friendly and about the size of a standard hotel room. The suite is connected to the main house with a private entrance. There is a $20 fee per stay for up to three pets. When you’re here, you can use the horseshoe pit, playground in the large back yard, trampoline, and sandbox too.
This apartment is available to stay in via Airbnb. It suits up to four guests with two beds and one bathroom. The apartment is in a 100-year-old home in the heart of a historic neighborhood of Flagstaff. It’s also a couple of blocks from the shopping district, restaurants, and shops. Modern amenities here include a fridge, microwave, dishwasher, cooktop, Keurig coffeemaker, and smoothie blender. The host provides snacks to enjoy, as well as a Smart TV and Wi-Fi access. There is ample street parking for guests, the Flagstaff Public Library is within a block, and there are some great breweries nearby too.