Our Flagstaff boutique hotel offers luxurious and unique guest rooms and suites, each with its own distinctive style and name. Our friendly staff is always ready to provide top-notch service and assistance during your stay in our Flagstaff accommodations.
A Charming Boutique Hotel in Downtown Flagstaff, AZ
A Prestigious Flagstaff History
Our historic property, known as the Inn at 410 Bed and Breakfast until recently, has a rich heritage. It was originally built in 1894 by contractor J.A. “Slow” Wilson as a single-story one bedroom residence for Elias S. Clark (1862–1955), a prominent Flagstaff attorney who later went on to become the first Territorial Attorney General for Arizona from 1905–1909.
From that time forward, the inn has been purchased by a long lineage of owners, many of whom were among the most prominent and influential families in Flagstaff during their time. Each owner added their own style and upgrades to the property, much of which can still be seen today. In 1945 most of the second story was destroyed in a fire and since has gone through many updates, renovations, and additions, bringing it into the 21st Century.
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From Past to Present
The most notable owner was Thomas E. Pollock, who died in 1938 and was once proclaimed as having done more for Northern Arizona during his 43 years of residency than any other man through building up the lumbering and livestock industries and financing the ventures of others. Because of his importance to the development of Flagstaff the inn, formerly known as the Inn at 410 Bed and Breakfast, was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
The Bespoke Inn Flagstaff is an oasis of peace and serenity amidst our stressful world. The Inn’s spacious parlor is a relaxing place to sip hot cider and curl up with a book in front of the fireplace. The courtyard and perennial gardens offer summer guests an intimate retreat for afternoon iced tea or a glass of wine. In the fall and winter months, find a cozy and warm spot by the fire pit.