Image via Noftsger Hill Inn Bed & Breakfast Are you already planning a staycation this summer? Looking for something off the unbeaten path that has the vintage charm and hospitality of days past? High above the Cobre Valley in the shadow of the Old Dominion mine, a diamond in the rough, called The Noftsger Hill Inn stands as a monolithic monument to yesterday’s miners, academics, and architects. This majestic building filled with rustic elegance and surrounded by mining era houses reigns peacefully over Globe, Arizona.
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The Noftsger Hill Inn is a quaint bed and breakfast located in an old elementary school. Guestrooms are spacious classrooms, each with a sitting area and private bath – and some come complete with a fireplace – the perfect ambiance to escape and finish that novel you’ve always wanted to write. The guest rooms are carefully decorated with a private collection of mining era antiques and art, and original chalkboards in the guest rooms include comments from past guests. What crowns The Noftsger Hill Inn as being a unique treasure is not only the splendid view of Sleeping Beauty Mountain and Globe’s steep hills and valleys and a quick drive to the world-famous Boyce Thompson Arboretum, but the B&B's owner Rosalle’s doting, charming ways. As the ultimate hostess, Rosalle hand prepares a delicious breakfast for her guests every morning and greets everyone with a smile and warmth that is a rare find these days. Sleep in class and book your stay soon.
Written by Somlynn Rorie