4 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath Log Cabin on 5 acres two miles from Historic Williams, AZ
Jamie Lou Wamsley
About Jamie Lou Wamsley
As a native to Arizona, I have lived in Scottsdale, Arizona my entire life. The cabin was built in 2008 and after a few years of enjoyment, the kids grew up and got involved in club sports and our free time for Williams dwindled. We decided to open our home five years ago to renters and share the Williams experience with others, and so far its been a delightful experience.
Jamie Lou Wamsley purchased this Cabin in 2008
Why Jamie Lou Wamsley chose Williams
With a simple three hour drive from Scottsdale, AZ, this gem of a town has become my home away from home. Only in Williams will you find a scenic railway tour, a drive-thru wildlife park, wild west entertainment, Route 66 and extraordinary way to enjoy the majestic Grand Canyon.
What makes this Cabin unique
Visiting in the Spring or Summer? Take advantage of a beautiful golf course with stunning views, nearly one hundred hiking trails, mountain biking trails, off road terrain, camping, fishing, birding and more.
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
100% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Great winter destination
We've stayed at this property 3 times now and will continue to come back because of the location, layout, and amenities the house provides.
Family of 6 visiting from Phoenix. The property was great and had everything we needed.
This home is from a Hallmark movie!
This property is absolutely gorgeous! It is clean, and looks like it is from a Hallmark movie, there are a ton of sledding hills and is a property with peace and serenity. But the best part about it is the customer service, the owner had the TV go out and sent her AV guy all the way up from Phoenix to fix it.
First if all, I am tired of renting places that say they have this and that, only to find them not working, or broken. If it wasn’t for the beauty of Mother Nature snowing us in, it would have been a disaster. Because that was all we could look at, we could not leave if we wanted to. The power went out for 8 hours Christmas eve day. The fire place was broken , no t.v , it was broken. The microwave was broken, replaced with one on the counter. We were told several times to keep the heat at 63 to 65 because it was on propane, that was freezing. There was so-much snow, we could not leave. Because of the holiday no one was there to plow us out, and the manager said she was too busy working her other job to help us. When we arrived we found a set of cloths covered in throw up, in our closet on the floor! We had to air out the whole downstairs. The house needed a major updating and a complete cleaning. It was filthy! The plow did arrive at 6 am, the morning of our departure, how fitting!
We could not be happier with the area, the service/communication with owners and most importantly, the home itself. We were in Williams early and although the amazing couple who are the caretakers of the home were busily cleaning, they were incredibly kind to allow us to drop off our luggage so that we could play in the snow around the home.
We rented a fantastic home last year in Flagstaff but with the proximity to the Polar Express Train and the beautiful surroundings of this home, we will surely be back in 2021.
Sorry for the long review but one last thing. This is a more than just a nice home. With that, I'd think that there are nice folks who rent it. When we checked in, I noticed that there were condiments, cans of items and other things which people would generally take with them on their way home. It was great to think that this is a communal experience in the sense that if you take something, you would want to replace it in respect to those who have rented prior and those following. We have rented countless homes on VRBO and this stuck out to me. Kudos to the owners/care takers for creating an environment of community when it comes to building a great experience.
We loved this house -- it was perfect for 7 adults and since we split our days between Sedona and the Grand Canyon, it was the perfect location. Williams was an unexpected delight and the property owner was great!
Williams, Arizona is an extraordinary way to enjoy the Grand Canyon! With only an hours travel time to the Grand Canyon- you can stop for breakfast in downtown Williams at a Route 66 corner café, grab your souvenirs, hop on a train, visit Bearizona wildlife park, take a hike, grab a pole and head out fishing, or simply stroll the streets before your drive to the Canyon. After you have seen one of the seven wonders- return to Williams and enjoy lunch, a homemade shake, shop for custom made leather goods, relax at a cozy lodging establishment, and plan for dinner that will give your taste buds a true western feel.
Williams, Arizona is a charming town nestled at the base of Bill Williams Mountain in one of the largest Ponderosa Pine Forests in the world. In a setting like this- it’s no wonder Williams is considered an outdoor paradise.
Only in Williams will you enjoy the beauty of a mountainside town, the best-preserved stretch of Route 66, outdoor adventure to suit every need, a railway to get you to the Canyon in style, an outdoor drive-thru wildlife park, a true western setting with cowboys swaggering through town, and a friendly atmosphere greeting you the moment you arrive and bidding you farewell when you depart.
Come stay with us in Williams, Arizona and we guarantee you’ll be making plans to return again and again.