The Property

Welcome to The Vineyards Bed and Breakfast

Located in Page Springs, Arizona, The Vineyards Bed and Breakfast offers an unforgettable and unique Southwest experience combined with gracious Midwest hospitality. Situated on two lush acres and overlooking neighboring vineyards, this Bed and Breakfast even has a Tiki bar bringing the island breezes to you! Nestled in the greenbelt of Oak Creek and minutes from the Red Rocks of Sedona, The Vineyards Bed and Breakfast offers guests luxurious king bed suites and a private kitchen stocked with wonderful breakfast goodies. Nearby Page Springs adventures include birding and nature trails, miles of off-road trails, horseback riding and four distinct wineries within a one mile radius. And the fun need not stop there: The Verde Valley wine trail continues in the nearby towns of Cottonwood, Clarkdale and Jerome. Whether you seek an unsurpassed Arizona wine tasting experience, a Red Rock adventure or simply prefer to relax at this magical oasis, The Vineyards Bed and Breakfast offers it all.

About the Bed and Breakfast Property

After a 2 year search for that perfect property to start the B&B, Tambrala found this magical oasis on Craigslist (GOTTA love Craigslist!). Unable to believe the pictures of the massive willow trees, lush greenery, amazing tropical looking foliage and the impressive pool area (Come on, is this for real in Arizona??), she immediately called her Arizona realtor to go look at the property. It was definitely for real although he did admit that the houses needed some extensive TLC. When she saw the property in person, she knew she’d not only found the perfect B&B property but had been given a very special gift in an amazing second home to raise the family.  After a year of providing that much needed TLC to both homes, as well as the property and pool area, the Bed and Breakfast was launched followed by the addition of the  Tiki Tree House. Tambrala feels very blessed that God has allowed her the opportunity to take over the baton as caretaker of 1350 N Page Springs Road and loves sharing  that blessing with her guests.

A little bit about the original caretakers: This property had been in the Robinson family for over 50 years. On the property is the original cabin built in the 1950’s where William Robinson’s mother lived. William along with his wife Martha built their home and pool on the property in the 1960’s. At that time they owned over 40 acres of property yet chose this location to build their home. After spending many mornings sipping coffee on the front porch while gazing at the lush greenery and bird watching, we understand why they chose this location. This home is now The Vineyards Bed and Breakfast.☺ Their daughter and her husband moved into the cabin in the 1970’s and added several additions to the home as they added to their family. That home is steps away from the B&B and is where our family resides. Although their children are now grown and have children of their own, the entire family continues to reside in the area.

A little history about the property: Over many years the Robinsons either sold off parts of the original acreage or gave parcels to their two daughters, Lynn and Vicky. Lynn and her husband inherited our property and her sister Vicky inherited several acres adjacent. This acreage was sold and is now an impressive vineyard. Vicky also inherited some of the mountaintop land across Page Springs Road where she and her husband built their home. You can sit on the back patio of the B&B home and watch the sunrise over that mountain ridge while sipping your morning coffee and gazing at the vineyard. What is absolutely amazing is that the mountain ridge across the road boasts acres and acres of desert (not to mention amazing views of the Oak Creek Greenbelt below) yet our property below in the greenbelt is reminiscent of a tropical oasis. Ahhh, the best of both worlds can be experienced right here in one very special location.

About Page Springs

In October 2009 Page Springs Road became the first Scenic/Historic Road named in Yavapai County. The following are excerpts taken from the Cornville Historical Society, Inc.

‘Page Springs Road is named for the artesian springs that attracted James Page and his pioneer neighbors to the banks of Oak Creek in Cornville in the 1870’s. The springs run 68 degrees year round and are now part of the Page Springs Fish Hatchery. In the late 1800’s, the route was a rough wagon trail, but by the early 1900’s, it became a trade route for pioneer farmers who sold produce to miners in Jerome, soldiers at Fort Verde, to markets in Phoenix, and from roadside farm stands at home and as far away as Route 66 near Flagstaff. The road follows Oak Creek along the same route it has followed for over 100 years. A five-mile segment of the narrow winding road between Stewart Hill and Old Schoolhouse Road is particularly rich in history. Page Springs Road is a lasting symbol of a pioneer time in a rural place, reflecting the community’s history while also providing a passage to the future.’

The Vineyards Bed and Breakfast is blessed to be along that five-mile segment of historic road. The property truly is a lush, green oasis in the midst of Arizona desert because of the Page Springs ditch that runs through the front of the property and Oak Creek, which runs at the back. But to be completely honest. Tambrala has to say she never even knew that Page Springs existed despite having visited Sedona many times. Of course if she mentions that she now lives in Page Springs to locals the immediate response is something like “What a beautiful place to live” and “We love visiting the Page Springs wineries.” Page Springs is quickly becoming known to Sedona tourists and is being lauded as the “up and coming” Napa Valley of Arizona according to many well-known magazines. Much of this notoriety is due to four distinct wineries (Page Springs Cellars, Javelina Leap Winery, DA Ranch and Oak Creek Winery) within a one-mile radius of the B&B. Nestled in the sides of the mountain ranges you will find acres and acres of thriving vineyards. There are also some of the best places to eat right here in the Page Springs/Cornville Community. She could go on and on about the many things to do in Page Springs but think it may be easier (and less wordy) to simply list everything that you can do without even leaving this amazing area so click HERE to view Area Adventures.


  • The Vineyards Bed & Breakfast has been featured in USA TODAY Travel! Click here to read the article.
  • The Vineyards Bed & Breakfast made it into Phoenix Magazine! Check out article here and here.


We were in the news again and featured on the “Friday Field Trip” segment by 3 TV out of Phoenix! Click here to view video.