Terrapin Station, a new vacation rental home located in the historic heart of Sedona, is now open. The site is the only ADA-compliant short-term rental in Sedona, offering maximum comfort and mobility for all guests.
From the owners of El Portal Sedona Hotel, Steve and Connie Segner, Terrapin Station is a cozy 1930s bungalow that has been transformed into a luxury short-term vacation home. The rental is the only short-term ADA-compliant vacation spot in Sedona, featuring modern comfort in a historic and charming setting.
Guests who visit Terrapin Station can expect to enjoy a fully equipped kitchen, a front porch with sweeping views of the red rocks and a large, enclosed backyard with a fire pit and barbecue. Like El Portal, Terrapin Station features unique items from the Segners’ eccentric art collection that can be found throughout the 800-sq.-ft. space. The bungalow can also accommodate up to four guests, and each area, including the private backyard, has been designed to allow maximum ease and comfort for guests with mobility issues.
The rental is located in the center of Sedona, allowing easy access to nearby galleries, shopping, dining and other tourist attractions. The home is also very pet-friendly and does not charge extra fees for your four-legged family members.
“We opened El Portal in June 2003, and after years of running at 80 percent occupancy or higher, it was time to expand,” says Steve Segner, in a press release. “Unfortunately, there was no buildable space on the hotel property, so when several buildings became available just up the road, we decided to purchase them. My first love is design—El Portal is a 1900s adobe hacienda with authentic furnishings from the Arts and Crafts era. When renovating Terrapin Station (named after the Grateful Dead album), we worked with our trusted architects at Design Group to create a charming, 1930s Spanish Revival Mission style.”
For more information, visit terrapinstationsedona.com.