By Noah Austin | Photo by Mark Duran
If someone tells you they enjoy “sleeping around” at Prescott Pines Inn, don’t misunderstand their meaning. The rooms of this bed and breakfast are each decorated differently — from contemporary to country, and everything in between — and Dana McCready, the inn’s general manager, says returning guests often try different rooms, or “sleep around,” to see which they like best. The inn’s main house was originally a farmstead for the Haymore Dairy. Arthur and Abby Haymore raised 14 children in it before it became a motel in 1952, then a bed and breakfast in 1987. Dawn Delaney and Lisa Carlson, the current owners, bought and restored the property in 2011. The inn, the largest bed and breakfast in Prescott, features 11 rooms in the three buildings surrounding the main house, plus a separate lodge for larger groups. All rooms feature DVD players and free wireless Internet access, and a stay includes a full breakfast in the dining room of the main house. “Sleeping around” is optional, but recommended.
Prescott Pines Inn is located at 901 White Spar Road in Prescott. For more information, call 928-445-7270 or visit www.prescottpinesinn.com.