Around here, we look forward to the early signs of Fall: changing leaves, cooler morning temperatures, and the smoky smell of afternoon fires burning in our cabins. While subtle in its peaceful tranquility, Fall is a season that marks complete transformation; in a matter of months, the landscape changes completely. First, the lush green foliage of September; then, the fiery oranges and reds of October; and finally, ending with the scattered leaves and thinned out trees of November. One must be still and patient to behold it all. In this newsletter, we share our most recent news and some images of our own Fall transformation.
All the best,
The Briar Patch Family
Sunset Magazine Mention: Briar Patch named "Best Cabin Getaway"
We are delighted to share some exciting recent news; in the November issue of Sunset Magazine, our Inn was named as one of the West’s “37 Best Cabin Getaways.” It was such an honor to be included in such company as Silver City Mountain Resort in Sequoia National Park or The Resort at Paws Up in Montana. The recognition alone was exciting but it really put us over the moon when we learned that The Patch was the only Arizona locale selected for the article!
Ranking Arizona Names Us #1...Again!
Vote for Briar Patch to retain its top status!
This is the third time Briar Patch has been voted no. 1 bed and breakfast in Arizona. With your help, we're hoping to receive this distinction for the fourth. We would love your support in keeping the trend going. In order to vote, just click on this link and enter our name in the window. We're on our way to four years!
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Our Changing Fall Landscape
Our Arizona Foothills Feature
We were quite thrilled when Arizona Foothills Magazine asked to do a fashion shoot on our property in September. We thought our rich green trees and dark brown oak cabins were a perfect scenic match to the cozy Fall and Winter clothing showcased. Shooting locations included our Oak and Sycamore Cabins, as well as the sheep field and several of our property's gravel-lined pathways.