Abineau Lodge is in Transition

The last night to stay at the Abineau Lodge as a bed and breakfast will be November 15, 2014. The Lodge is being remodeled and will reopen on December 6 as an Event Facility. The Cork Screw Wine Bar and Shop will stay open during remodeling and will have expanded seating and a bistro style menu with the reopening of the Lodge itself.


Take Advantage of our "Bed and Breakfast Closing" Special!

From now through our closing you 'll receive a coffee mug, beer glass or champagne glass when you stay for one night or more. Offer good while supplies last. Please enter promo code "closing" when you book online to receive your gift.

Check us out on WWE Total Divas! Advance to 15:09 and you'll get a good tour of the Lodge. Bree and Bryan from the show came by for a tour o and they liked what they saw!

Bed and Breakfast Flagstaff Style

Take a vacation in traditional Flagstaff style- comfortable, simple and rustic. Furnished with log beds, down comforters, custom made rustic armoires, and loads ofElk are frequent visitors at the Abineau Lodge natural pine in the interior, you'll feel like you have your own mountain getaway when you stay with us. Flagstaff is home to herds of elk, mule deer, a multitude of birds and many other natural inhabitants, many of whom use our property and the forest behind us as their home fields. Your chances of seeing wildlife are excellent-sometimes right from your window! For bird watchers, our front deck offers a relaxing way to check out the local avians. And just across the highway in Kachina Village, you can walk the Kachina Village Wetlands for even more bird watching opportunities.

Off the Beaten Path

Mountainaire is an eclectic community of independent minded folks. Our property was the location of the first residents here and still has the original dairy barn and log cabin from those turn of the century (1900s!)settlers. We're 6 miles south of Flagstaff and to the east of I-17 by 1.5 miles on Mountainaire Road. Residents of Mountainaire commute to Flagstaff or have home based businesses. The other official businesses on our street are the Mountainaire Tavern and Restaurant, the Mountainaire Country Store, the Mountainaire Mini-Storage and our local water company, Ponderosa Utilities, that serves up the best well water in the area. The whole community is surrounded by Coconino National Forest with trails and dirt roads taking off in all directions.

Weddings, Holiday Parties, Private Wine Tasting Events, Seminars, Office Meetings

Wouldn't it be grand to hold an event somewhere other than the heart of the city? Somewhere where you operate the air conditioning by opening the windows? Where shoes are optional and ties unexpected? Or to walk into the woods for your wedding ceremony and then back to a comfortable, warm and inviting Lodge for your reception? Beautiful weddings at the Abineau Lodge Well that's what you get at the Abineau Lodge. A warm, friendly and casual atmosphere that inspires creativity, lights up the air and puts you and your guests at ease.

What has made us a great B&B with excellent guest reviews is what makes us a great event venue. We want your event to be perfect and we'll do what it takes to help you make it stand out. With an on site day of event coordinator, excellent customizable menus, boutique wines and trendy sake cocktails hosting your event at the Abineau Lodge couldn't be easier. Call us for more information whether you're planning a wedding, a business meeting, need a seminar location, would like to host a wine tasting party or need a venue for mom's 50th birthday. We'll help you plan it, provide the space, the food and the wine and cocktails.