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The Dumplin Patch Bed and Breakfast
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Reviewed 23 May 2012

We also stayed here on a family road trip, sharing the Navajo room with our 2 Kids (ages 24 and 26). There was plenty of room for the 4 of us, more than enough hot water for everyone to have a shower in the morning in spite of the place being full. The breakfast was lovely, something to please everyone. If i have to moan about something it would be that, being so far out there wasn't a great deal of choice for our evening meal, but being so far out meant we could have a full day at the Grand Canyon, see everything we wanted to and not have too long and tiring a drive back. judy was a lovely host, we thoroughly enjoyed staying here and our "Kids" had a great time looking round the garden spotting all the angels, butterflies and gnomes.

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank Jacce J
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Reviewed 24 June 2011

We stayed here on a family roadtrip and it was a fantastic place to stay for us and the kids. Judy is a great host. The breakfeast was lovely and she was so accomodating for our kids. We couldnt have asked for a more giving host and she was very helpful on things to do (Bearazona is a great place to visit for the kids). Judy was so nice we (and the kids) gave her a hug as we left.

The accomodation is comfy and has a homey feel, which suited us perfectly as we'd been staying in too many hotels. We had a larger room, so we didnt even need to use the common areas. I am sure if you stay here Judy will look after you.

As some of the other reviewers state, the place can be hard to find (google maps doesnt show the right place). Otherwise enjoy!

  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 17 October 2010

We chose this B&B since it looked like the only place near the Grand Canyon with adjoining rooms to accommodate 2 parents and 3 kids comfortably. The Navajo Suite is 2 rooms and "sleeps 4-5." I suppose this would be true if you fit 3 people in one bed and crowd 2 into the double bed. The couch is too short for a person. There is not even enough floor space to fit a pack and play and still be able to exit the room. After seeing it, we cancelled the remaining nights of our stay, but were still charged the full amount. I'm still disputing... Also, a full 1/2 hour from the canyon. Stay closer; pay less; get a nicer room!

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled on business
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10  Thank GiGi5104
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Reviewed 28 September 2010

The only "negative" about this place is that it is pretty hard to find at night -- but that keeps the riffraff and strays away and it makes for some incredibly quiet nights under the brilliant Arizona stars. Judy is as hospitable and genuinely friendly as they come, breakfast is a sumptuous feast of just about anything you could imagine, and there are twenty fingernail marks all the way out the driveway where they practically had to drag us out of there. Featuring exceedingly comfortable, plush beds along with the right mix of privacy and "homey-ness", this B&B is a rare type of place where you truly feel at home (and you like the improvements that have been made)!!! The drive to "the great ditch" is about 45 minutes and Judy has the low down on a wonderful secret place to view it privately. If you are headed to see the canyon, a stay at Judy's Dumplin Patch might just be the overnight stop you need to make it a GRAND experience. We loved it and met some fantastic people there, including Judy!!!

  • Stayed: September 2010, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank duffpilot
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Reviewed 16 July 2009

This was my second Bed and Breakfast experience in the US. My first stay was in Sedona at a B&B and it was absolutely wonderful and breathtaking! I thought the Dumplin Patch would be very similar. It was like comparing apples and oranges.

It was dark, and nothing was around except a gas station store. I had envisioned nice long evening walks with my sister but that would be scary considering nothing was around, no street lights and it was rumored that some of the “shacks” were labs of the illicit sort and some have been know to blow up on occasion.

My elderly mother was cold and my parents had to go navigate through my sleeping area to the bathroom. Also when we viewed the photos on the website, we were under the impression that there was a kitchen to use. That was not the case. A microwave was available.

We were about ½ hr drive from the canyon. It would be easier to stay at the lodgings right in the canyon as the prices on some accommodations were quite a bit less than what we were paying. Next Time!

  • Stayed: March 2007, travelled with family
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5  Thank VictoriaKMarie
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