Welcome to Trappers Rendezvous in Williams, Arizona
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|Welcome to Trapper’s Rendezvous Bed and Breakfast, a luxury western themed "village" of 6 rustic charmed over-sized individual cabins built on five acres with a secluded wooded hiking area, located at an elevation of 6900 feet.
Formerly a Frontier Town
Founded in 1881, Williams was named for the famous trapper, scout and mountain man, “Old Bill Williams” It was once known as a rough and rowdy frontier town, along with our close proximity and world beauty only 50 miles north, the “Gateway to the Grand Canyon”®, and a stop on the “world famous” Route 66.
Modern Amenities in the Wild West
The Wild West is the theme for our modern equipped cozy cabins. Rustic at heart, each private cabin has true western charm, the warmth of natural woods and lots of space and amenities.
There are 2 king suites, 4 double queen suites, and the availability to add a full kitchen for longer stays or holiday retreats and reunions. All cabins are adorned with antiques, western art, and eclectic treasures collected and now shared with our guests. With the smell of clean, fresh, mountain air, you’ll never get a better night’s sleep—anywhere!
Enjoy a Cowboy Breakfast Each Morning
Come join us for a cowboy breakfast each morning, served in the main house, and after a fun filled adventurous day, gather around the campfire outside to share your day’s stories.
At Trapper’s Rendezvous Bed and Breakfast we want this to be your time to relax and enjoy. Reacquaint yourself with the stars so close and bright, come to a place that allows you to enjoy a slower pace and simpler life that will leave you rested and recharged .
Weather / Climate
With its high elevation of and surrounding pine forests, Williams enjoys relatively cool summers with average high temperatures in the low 80s. July and August often bring afternoon thunderstorms. Winter snow is usually enough to sustain a small ski run and other snow sports. Spring and autumn weather can be difficult to predict, as it’s not unusual for snow clouds to interrupt warm sunny mornings.