The Ghost City Inn

Built around 1890 as a boarding house for lodging middle mine management, this building has seen many uses. Although most of it’s life has been spent as a boarding house, this Jerome building served as an ashram as well as a restaurant in prior years.

The building went through a major restoration project in 1994, and the current owners have renovated all the rooms in the last three years. From the Victorian elegance of the Verde View Room to the rustic feel of a north woods cabin in the Northern Exposure Room the owners have made each room special and inviting. The building still carries some of the uneven floors and original beadboard ceilings. All our rooms have private bathrooms, Direct TV, ceiling fans, and air conditioning.

The Ghost City Inn Bed and Breakfast has been featured on Sanoran Living Television, the Fox 10 Morning Show, Arizona TV 3 as well as the Boston Globe, Miami Herald, Inn Traveler, the Arizona Republic and many, many more! If you are looking for lodging in Jerome, Arizona, see why the Ghost City Inn Bed and Breakfast is the most talked about place to stay in Jerome.

From the front veranda, you will witness the surrounding splendor of old Jerome, the Verde Valley nearly 2000 vertical feet below, and the breathtaking views of the terraced red rocks of Sedona. At night, these magnificent views melt away to be replaced by a lush tapestry of stars that one can only see when the “big city lights” are far, far away. Then watch the sun rise over the Verde Valley as you sip a cup of freshly roasted coffee, or simply lounge in your luxurious bed until breakfast is served.

Arrington Journal and Inn Traveler magazine has listed our Inn as “Best Weekend Get-Away in America”, “Most Perfect Stay” and “Best in the West”. The Ghost City Inn Bed & Breakfast is Jerome, Arizona’s most unique accommodation.

Make us your home base and save some money! We are only 25 minutes from Sedona and close to everything else in Arizona. Ask about our discounts on mid-week rooms and extended stays!


Ingrid Sarris, Manager

Jerome, Arizona

Once home to over 15,000 people, today Jerome, Arizona has become one of the state’s most popular attractions. Whether you are an art lover with a desire to explore unique and exciting galleries, a history buff looking for that piece of lost Americana or maybe you just want to escape the heat of summer to relax in the comfort of the mountain air, Jerome Arizona has something to offer everyone.

Known as the “Billion Dollar Copper Camp” copper mines in Jerome, AZ produced large amounts of the metal between 1876 and 1953. Now that the mines are silent, Jerome has been reborn as a tourist destination for those who seek to visit America’s past.

Jerome, Arizona has something for everybody. We are a haven for artists, a great place to shop for those unique gifts, we have our own winery, and almost a dozen different restaurants. Come see why people from all over the world are coming to Jerome!

Check out our Jerome Page for more information on additional activities to see and do from your home base in Jerome! Take the Verde Canyon Train, visit the Blazin M Ranch for a real cowboy dinner and show, take a balloon ride, explore Tuzigoot National Monument, or visit Sedona and take a Jeep tour of the Red Rocks.