See why so many travelers make The Dumplin Patch Bed and Breakfast their bed and breakfast of choice when visiting Williams. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
The Dumplin Patch Bed and Breakfast features express check-in and check-out, an outdoor fireplace, and outdoor furniture. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Williams. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you are looking for a nearby place to eat, The Dumplin Patch Bed and Breakfast is within walking distance of Fred's Diner (0.4 mi), a popular restaurant in the area.
If you are interested in exploring Williams, check out some of the nearby attractions, such as Flintstone's Bedrock City (0.2 mi) and Valle Travel Stop (0.4 mi), all of which are within walking distance of The Dumplin Patch Bed and Breakfast.
At The Dumplin Patch Bed and Breakfast, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Williams.
As my Christmas present, I took a trip with my family and we stayed in the Navajo Suite - and loved the place! The new owners are a nice young couple and they love dogs. There was plenty of space for me inside and TWO acres outside for me to run around, smell new smells, and play in the snow. We all went to the Grand Canyon (just a short drive away) and that was awesome! Overall, we had a great stay ... it's hard for my family to find a place for me to be with them when they travel (I'm a big boy!) so it was really great to find this place. Smokey
Unique place in a world of same type of hotels. Enjoyed our stay. Please do not change anything as we have been to many places that were unique, then have been upgraded and lost there charm. This would be our first choice when visiting the Grand Canyon.
This woman is a con artist. She contacted me the night before I was due to check in (tomorrow) and assured me I had a room, asked for my email so she could send directions, the an hour later told me she didn’t have a room for me. Now I see that I’m not the only person who she has done this to. I booked through VRBO almost two months ago and got multiple confirmations. Do not book here. Disgraceful.
We were rented the "barn" and another room. Upon arrival, told those accommodations were not available. Bath room shower leaked water all over the floor. In am, no hot water for shower. (4 bathrooms and 4 families sharing one tank?) Accommodations unacceptable. We notified her in the morning when we discovered how inadequate the accommodations were, but no refund. DO NOT PAY IN ADVANCE.
NO BREAKFAST FYI... The pictures make it look like a small cozy ranch style place..a no! No issues, but it's just a ran down kinda fixed up shacks. Didn't feel real clean either dark in the rooms. If all rooms were full around Grand Canyon just maybe.... You've been warned.
The owner mislead us and basically called us a liar and blamed us for the problems. We did not stay the second night. We have never been treated like this in all of our years of traveling. The website says hot breakfast. We were given a burrito upon arrival to keep until next morning and were told to microwave it. No other instructions provided. There was no temperature control in the room ( Navajo room,) Water pressure nonexistent in shower.. There was no cream in the room for coffee and no one around in the morning to ask. She would not refund our 2nd night. She blamed covid, however never updated us about the breakfast situation until after cancellation period had passed. Still advertises free hot breakfast. Avoid unless you don't care about the above.
I don't typically write reviews but I had such an incredibly awful experience it was unbelievable, especially considering how good the reviews were for this place (quick summary at bottom if you don’t want to read the details). When I first booked everything was going smoothly, I told the host I'd get there pretty late because we were flying in to PHX airport so it would be ~3hr drive to the BnB. When we were just 30 minutes out I got a text from the host saying: "sorry you are in the wrong room. The guest that booked the cabin came late and we had to put them in your room, we'll switch in the morning" So I’m thinking okay no problem! That means I need to go to the other room then, so I tell her my ETA is 10:57, and then suddenly things got VERY confusing and VERY SKETCHY- She says “oh no.. you are not here?”, and follows up with “someone took your room. Can you get a hotel in Williams”. At this point I had assumed that maybe she double booked, I asked her if she could call a hotel for me since I had shotty service and was driving, but nope. She told me to google it and that no hotels were open in Valle. We ended up just pulling into the BnB parking lot since we were so close anyway, then we sat there to sort things out. After calling 3 different places we finally found one 30 minutes away in the opposite direction. Anyway we get to the ramada in williams and I let the host know I’d give her a call in the morning because I was completely confused about what was going on. So I call the next morning, and it turns out that the room was actually NOT double booked, but rather some random people just shacked up in it because she had left the door open for us to enter any time. When she told me this I was so uncomfortable…like it’s 2020 you don’t have any other way you could have let us in, a lock box/ANYTHING other than just leaving the door unlocked?? THAT IS SO DANGEROUS! I was so creeped out when I found this out!! Then she said she had gotten there at 6am and they were gone, so she cleaned and was ready for us to come. I really think whoever decided to stay the night there ended up leaving because we pulled up and sat outside that same room for a minute looking for the other hotels on our phones and I had noticed the porch light came on while we were there. Maybe at that point they realized they were caught? I really don’t know. So when she told me this, I told her that I would not be coming to stay there, and that I did not want a credit- I wanted a full refund! I did nothing wrong- was completely respectful (look, I understand things happen). My biggest issue is, she was being taken advantage of, and instead of doing the right thing she decided to turn around and take advantage of me too and charge me fully for staying in a cabin that I didn’t even stay in! How is that even reasonable? That just doesn’t make any sense to me…and why didn’t she call the police when she realized they were in there without paying? Is this a thing that happens often? She could have put all the other folks staying the night there in danger like this too! I just don’t understand…This was such a scary experience for me and my cousin. We’re two young girls travelling together, this could have gone wrong in so many ways and I thank God that it didn’t and that we’re safe at the very least. TL;DR: some random people entered the cabin we were supposed to stay in and instead of calling the police on them (for the sake of her and whoever else was staying there that night) she just left them to it and told me to get another hotel. Then the next day she told me to come back cause they were gone and she cleaned! When I told her I didn’t want to stay there at all she refused to give me a refund and instead only offered a credit.…
I first want to say what an amazing slice of heaven the Dumplin Patch was. Thank you for all the wonderful hospitality you showed my wife and I. Special thanks to Eva and Noel for making us feel at home with the breakfast that was beyond words. We took the advice from the room brochure and went to Soshine Point. A must see experience and hike. We were there when a winter storm came in...it was like a dream out there all alone in solitude. Thank you again . We will be back next time we come to the Grand Canyon.
We book a last minute stay, because of the very bad conditions. Place is very clean and breakfast was good too. The night has been quite cold so probably the heath didn’t keep up with it and we felt a be cold, but we really love it. We wish to come back maybe in some hot days so we can enjoy the Grand Canyon for what is famous for.
POSITIVES Exceptional home cooked breakfast - buffet style, scrambled eggs, bacon, toast, pancakes, fruit, juice, tea/coffee! Made especially for you. Initially it seemed that the food will run out quickly (which it did), but they quickly topped it up. NEGATIVES We arrived late at night (around 11pm) and there is no reception! We had to email them in advance to get the key passcode, so if we hadn't realised about this we would have been left sleeping on the street. We booked a 2 bedroom suite, but it is more like a 1 bedroom - 1 living room arrangement. The walls are paper thin. The bathroom was in the bedroom, so those sleeping in the living room had to come into our room. Zero privacy. The bedroom was right next to the kitchen, which meant that in the morning you get waken up with breakfast smells and cooking noises. The bedroom has no windows. The bedroom has multiple different styled paintings on the wall, it felt a bit odd sleeping there. The bedsheets were probably left there from the previous guests as we found black hair and stains on the bed and pillow cases. If it wasn't for the breakfast I would barely give it 1*.…
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