Situated just below the Mogollon Rim in the lovely mountain village of Pine, the Beeline Guest House is a charming, home-away-from-home retreat that offers guests a quiet and relaxing escape. Reflecting the rich history of the area with an old barn and the remains of an early settler’s house and on the property located right in the town, the guest house has been lovingly renovated to exude a rustic ambiance with modern conveniences. Three well-appointed guest rooms are tastefully decorated with private bathrooms, and king-size beds and guests can tuck into a hearty country-style breakfast every morning in the sunny dining room.
The Beeline Guest House offers three large spacious suites with comfortable décor, king-size beds, private bathrooms and ample sitting areas. Modern amenities include electric fireplaces, televisions (Juniper Room only), and private balconies boast breathtaking mountain views.
The Juniper Room is 400 square feet in size and features a wooden hand-carved king-size four poster bed with luxury linens and pillows, an en-suite bathroom with bath/shower, vanity and mirror, thick towels and deluxe toiletries, and a comfortable sitting area with an electric fireplace. This is the only room with a television.
The Ponderosa Room is also known as the ‘honeymoon suite’ with 650 square feet of space and rustic barn wood décor. The room features a beautiful hand-carved king-size four poster bed with luxury linens and pillows and an en-suite bathroom with copper sinks, a large river rock shower, thick towels and deluxe toiletries. A pleasant sitting area offers leather chairs, an electric fireplace, and a luxurious Jacuzzi tub for two. French doors lead onto a huge shared balcony deck with stunning mountain views from the second floor.
The Iris Room is a 550 square foot suite with large windows that look over the Iris courtyard. This suite features a hand-carved king-size four poster bed with luxury linens and pillows, an en-suite bathroom with bath/shower, vanity and mirror, thick towels and deluxe toiletries, and a comfortable sitting area with an electric fireplace. French doors lead onto a huge shared balcony deck with stunning mountain views from the second floor.
A complimentary full hot breakfast is served every morning and includes traditional hot and cold choices, fresh fruit and juices, and hot coffee and tea. Snacks and beverages are available in the communal living room all day. Start off with freshly brewed coffee and hot tea, as well as snacks for early risers, followed by a range of freshly baked biscuits, and muffins, waffles, pancakes, and French Toast, and hot dishes with egg, bacon, ham or sausage. Omelets, frittatas, and quiche are also available, as well as a variety of cheeses, seasonal fruit and fruit smoothies, and hot oatmeal.
The owner of the guest house, Bob Gleason, is an expert basket weaver and creates vibrant baskets for the Pine-Strawberry Arts and Crafts Guild. Bob offers basket weaving classes if there are enough people interested and his baskets are on sale at the guesthouse.
Set in the peaceful mountain town of Pine below the Mogollon Rim, the Beeline Guest House is ideally situated to explore and enjoy all that the quiet village of Pine and its surroundings have to offer. The guest house is a short walk away from the center of the village, which is home to plenty of antique shops, museums, art galleries, restaurants, cafés, salons, markets and more. For outdoor lover’s and adventurers, the bed-and-breakfast is only a mile away from the Pine Trailhead, which has access to the Mogollon Rim's Highline Trail, which hikers can revel in. It is also only a short drive to the Tonto Natural Bridge Park, as well as numerous other excellent nature parks and reserves in the surrounding Rim Country. Notable attractions and activities include visiting or hiking the Mogollon Rim, hiking, and mountain in and around Pine, visiting the Ranch at Fossil Creek, and discovering the delights of the Pine-Strawberry Arts and Crafts Guild.
4042 N Highway 87, Pine, AZ 85544, website, Phone: 928-476-6515
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