Page Arizona bed and breakfasts aren't prolific in number, but what they lack in quantity they make up for in quality. There is actually only one bed and breakfast in Page proper, though a nearby Utah B&B often gets lumped in with the Page hotels. Since the Page Arizona bed and breakfasts are limited in number, those who are planning on visiting the Lake Powell region might keep the Utah side in mind, as there are a few options scattered about the general area. For some, however, a Page Arizona B&B is the way to go, as the town of Page makes for the best Lake Powell base.
When staying at a relaxing B&B figures among your plans for a Page Arizona visit, the only choice in town is the Canyon Colors Bed and Breakfast. Found on a quiet, residential road, this two-unit inn can be an ideal place to unwind when you're not out boating on Lake Powell, hiking along the Rimview Trail, and enjoying everything else that the area has to offer. Since there are only two guest units at the Canyon Colors B&B, the hosts are able to offer an elevated level of service, and guests are encouraged to inquire about tours and things the like. Upon arrival, chips and salsa with iced tea or hot coffee and some fresh cookies await guests. In the mornings, hearty breakfasts help to get the day started. The full breakfasts are offered between 6 a.m. and 8:30 a.m.
As for the guestrooms at the Canyon Colors Bed and Breakfast, they are both reasonably priced and offer convenient amenities. Soft towels, cable TV, a VCR, free movie rentals, air conditioning, and a refrigerator figuring among the standard amenities, as does free Wi-Fi. A tasteful country home décor characterizes the rooms at this Page Arizona B&B, and both are equipped with fireplaces and private bathrooms. In the Paisley Room, you will find a king-sized bed, while the Sunflower Room boasts a queen and a smaller twin. Outside of the guest units, a pool and barbecue area is available for guests to take advantage of.
For travelers who are interested in staying at a Page Arizona B&B, the Dreamkatchers Bed and Breakfast in Big Water, Utah, can make for an excellent alternative to the Canyon Colors B&B. This inviting inn might not be found in Page, but it's just a short fifteen-minute drive away, meaning that guests will have the Page restaurants, shops, marinas, and tour guides within easy reach. There are three types of guest units at the Dreamkatcher B&B, and as is true at the Canyon Colors B&B, they boast homey decors that make it easy to settle in. Guests will find the rooms to be very comfortable, as the accommodations include a comfortable bed, plush carpeting, and ceiling fans, as well as a lovely bathroom with a full tub and shower enclosure.
Outside of the guest units at the Dreamkatchers Lake Powell Bed & Breakfast, there is a cozy TV lounge, and in the evening, most guests have their sights set on a hot tub session. The guest hot tub can be found on the roof of the garage, and on clear nights, the stars shine bright. A full breakfast is included in the very agreeable rates at the Dreamkatchers Bed & Breakfast, and guests can choose from a few different breakfast times to suit their needs. Close to Page Arizona, Lake Powell, Zion National Park, and the Grand Canyon, it's not hard to see why the Dreamkatchers Lake Powell B&B is often full.
When searching for Page Arizona bed and breakfasts, both of these relaxing retreats deserve a look. Should both of these B&Bs already be booked and you have your heart set on a bed and breakfast experience while traveling through the Lake Powell region, there are some other options in southern Utah. In Kanab Utah, for example, visitors will find a handful of B&B's that are only about an hour and half from Page by car.