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Located in Jerome and within 25 miles of Cliff Castle Casino, The Clinkscale has a bar, non-smoking rooms, and free WiFi. At the hotel you'll find a restaurant serving American cuisine.
The room was exceptionally clean and comfortable!
Featuring a bar on site, this historic inn is 20 minutes’ walk from Jerome State Historic Park. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen cable TV with satellite channels. Free WiFi is available.
Great little Hotel. Perfect location. Very freindly staff
The Arizona Lighthouse B&B offers accommodations in Clarkdale, 20 miles from Cliff Castle Casino and 22 miles from Montezuma Castle National Monument.
Excellent well stocked fridge. Bed was sooo comfortable! Well thought out comforts from tv to maps to local places.
Clarkdale Lodge 208 offers accommodations in Clarkdale, 21 miles from Cliff Castle Casino and 23 miles from Montezuma Castle National Monument.
The property was great! Super cute and accommodating, no issues at all.
The Clarkdale Lodge 202 offers accommodations in Clarkdale, 26 miles from Chapel of the Holy Cross.
The location was perfect. Host was honest and told us up front any issues. We would definitely recommend and stay again.
Vintage mining town between Sedona and Prescott, AZ. Wonderful galleries, wines, bars, restaurants. The town is crowded in the summers so arrive early for limited parking. If possible, stay overnight at The Clinkscale or Hotel Connor. The Clinkscale has an excellent restaurant & bar. The Hotel Connor has a bar (Spirits Room) with live music.
If you like historic towns with lots of history this is a great place to visit. The town goes to bed pretty early so don't plan on partying all night at the clubs because they don't have em, just a couple of bars. I highly recommend taking a ghost tour or two to learn more about the town's history and such. It's a slightly upscale type of town so it's expensive but well worth it. Learn some about Jerome's history before you go and you will appreciate it so much more. Oh ya, the parking really sucks since the town was built before cars were invented so you are warned.
After a disappointing (short) trip to Sedona we were delighted with Jerome. This small, historic mining town was a welcome relief from an overcrowded tourist trap. Jerome is easily walkable and has several very nice restaurants and shops. If a slower pace with old buildings (sometimes shells of buildings) is your idea of great place to visit, then Jerome is your town. We had an early delightful dinner at Clinkscale and some wonderful ice cream at Copper Country Fudge. Be aware that parking is difficult at times and most of the street parking is paid parking. Also, be aware that Jerome is on the side of a mountain and ALL of the streets are "uphill" - easy to get around but not a flat piece of property anywhere.
Jerome is a hillside old mining town with lots of history. Not meant for the clean and pristine. Meant for the adventurous and mining history buffs of the old mining towns in Arizona. We go back every year for a two night stay.
Loved learning about the history of Jerome. We watched a glass blowing demonstration, had lunch at Mile High Grill(excellent food), went to a beautiful kaleidoscope shop, along with many other fun shops and ended our day with dinner at Haunted Hamburger!
Jerome is a great place to get away from Phoenix. Unfortunately, I checked a website for local live music at the Spirit Room, which said there would be live music. That's why I went there. There was NOT any live music. Bummer.
Great location for walking around town. Cool and quirky historic hotel. Staff super helpful. While I was told wifi bandwidth was not particularly great, I was able to give a 45 minute virtual presentation one evening with no problems.
location and restaurant below the hotel was very convenient