Route 66 Bed Breakfast
History

This 5 acre property, owned and operated by Tommie Grounds Upton and David Upton, and managed by James (Shorty) Todd, has been in Tommie's family since 1926, when the well on site provided much needed water to the west pastures of the W.F. Cattle Co. Upton's Hidden Pines Bed and Breakfast provides the perfect opportunity to experience nature and history with modern convenience.

arizona southwest Originally constructed as a home for the Uptons, Upton's Hidden Pines came to be a Route 66 destination when Tommie and David decided that so much beauty and tranquility should be available to others to share in. When you stay at Upton's Hidden Pines, you truly feel at home.

grounds fireplace The rich local history of Upton's Hidden Pines is intertwined with a matchingly rich family history beginning with Tommie's grandfather, William Grounds. Throughout the home one can observe various western artifacts once belonging to Tommie's father Howard Grounds and William that were once used in their day to day operation of the ranch. In honor of the wealth of history and local connectivity that Upton's Hidden Pines shares, a magnificent stone fireplace and hearth mark the center of the great room built from stones from the old Kingman Chamber of Commerce and stones from Howard's own collections.

Come stay at Upton's Hidden Pines and you won't just experience the family and history, you'll become part of it. See you soon!

 
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