by Kaitlin Braun
This historic bed and breakfast offers themed rooms, murder mystery weekends, excellent breakfasts, and beautiful views. It was built around 1890 to house miners, and was restored a century later, so it’s the perfect combination of old and modern. Where will you stay–the miner’s suite, the Western room, the cabin-themed Northern Exposure room, the Victorian-style Verde View, the flag-covered Americana? Each offers their own charms.
Couples with small children, book elsewhere: the Ghost City Inn limits guests to ages 14 and up. (One caveat: if you have “exceptionally well-behaved younger children,” you may call and ask for an exception.)
Our Editor Loves
- Charming themed rooms
- Excellent breakfast
- Great views
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
by Larry B
Pretty much as we expected, a nice place with limited amenities in a small town. The staff was friendly and helpful. I wouldn't say parking is a problem but it is a consideration. This is a tourist town with little to no reserved parking. I would have preferred an old fashioned country breakfast, but the fancy food served was good. Be aware that the shops and dining around town all close early. I would stay again but I would book earlier and reserve one of the bigger rooms.
This is a quaint little B&B located right as you enter the heart of Jerome. It’s an old house that has been converted into a hotel/B&B. This place only has 6 rooms. Each room has a theme. They each have their own bathroom and A/C. We stayed in the Cleopatra Room. It’s on the first floor. The front balconies all offer an excellent view of the the Verde Valley below. Ingrid is the owner and host. She is a delightful person and so very accommodating. The breakfast that was provided was very good. This is an older property but is nicely maintained with a lot of character. We want to come back with some friends and stay here again.