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Trip Report Desert Quail Inn, Oak Creek near Sedona - lovely

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A member suggested to me that we try the Desert Quail Inn - we were looking for something for 3 nights that was under a$100.00 a night. We got $84.00rate.
The Inn is very clean, was reasonably priced, had great views from the balcony (where we also ate one of our dinners when we were too tired to go out), was a two minute walk from an excellent Cafe for breakfast. The owner was most accommodating when his ice machine was broken and bought a bag of ice from the near by IGA! He and his wife are new owners and are in the midst of redecorating.

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