The SpaceComplimentary local Fresh Roasted coffee and teas are offered. Each bedroom features ceiling fans, full sized antique brass beds with new mattress sets, area rugs over hardwood floors and a private entrance to the full tiled bath. Bedrooms have individually controlled electric baseboard heat. Large dressers and closets for your personal, clothing, and luggage needs. A large combined living/dining area with comfortable space to relax while you peruse the well selected library and guide books to all the outdoor, natural, and cultural sites, which offer a wide selection of destinations of the area in and around Northern Arizona. A large backyard offers landscaped sitting and eating areas, while chickens in a large run provide fresh eggs. This unique home makes the perfect base camp to plan from many of the available convenient day trips. Large utility closet for all your hiking, camp chairs and biking excursions. Hang out your sleeping bags while you hang out and plan your excursions from all the guides, topo maps, maps, and menus from local eateries. Comfort and convenience is what Happy Trails and Winslow hopes to offer our guests. Guest AccessCurb side parking in front of house. Guests have access to whole house and large landscaped yard which includes a propane grill for outdoor cooking. Use of backyard and gardens is seasonal from May to October. Prior arrangements can be made for additional use of space and it's amenities. Secure off street parking is available upon request. Location of key to house will be made available to verified guests at time of confirmed reservation and ETA. Interaction with GuestsYour on-site host is a third-generation Arizona native. Guests can arrange for your stay to be a solitary retreat, or a guided experience to all the usual sites of interest as well as an introduction to some of the area's best kept secrets. Your host has a background in the arts, humanities, historic preservation, agriculture and ranching. She is also a nationally recognized quilter. A large, separate well lit professional studio is available for private quilting retreats. She lives in her unique, self designed casita on site at the rear of the fully landscaped property. The NeighborhoodA quiet residential neighborhood, we are a short walk to the historic Hubbell Trading Post, the world famous La Posada Hotel and Gardens, 5-star dining at the Turquoise Room, a local theater, gift shops and galleries all along downtown Winslow's Historic Route 66 and the Standing on the Corner Park. Authentic fresh daily Mexican food can be found at E & O Restaurant at the Historic Lindbergh Airport. Mojo's, an independently owned coffee shop offers up their own fresh roasted coffee that has earned state recognition. The City's McHood Park offers up picnic armadas, swimming, fishing, canoeing, hiking and world class rock climbing at Jack's Canyon. A hop, skip, and a jump off of I-40 provides you with immediate proximity to the Navajo and Hopi Nations as well as the Petrified Forest, Painted Desert, Meteor Crater, Rock Art Ranch, and numerous other destinations of beautiful Northern Arizona and the 4 Corners. Getting AroundWinslow is 3 miles wide and 3 miles long and is perfect for walking and biking. There is no public transportation. The SPEED LIMIT IS 25 MPH, AND 15 MPH DOWNTOWN. Several churches are within walking distance as well as the Post Office, 2 banks, gift shops, antique stores and several locally owned eateries. Other Things to NoteIf you require special dietary rules or needs you will need to bring your own provisions. There is a Safeway and a Walmart, as well as the usual fast food fare. The nearest specialty shopping is due West in Flagstaff, Arizona which is also home to the Museum of Northern Arizona, The Hubbell Telescope, Northern Arizona University, winter skiing, and a variety of eateries and night spots.