The Clifton Hotel is a 7-room property in a building that was built in 1890. But don't let that fool you--the rooms have all been fully updated with good wifi, ceiling fans, and a small fridge. Some of the rooms have a small kitchenette. There's a common room, called the parlor, with a big table and a kuerig coffee maker in one corner. The manager, Karen, was very friendly and helpful. She was assisted by her two very friendly dogs, Katie and Potz. She upgraded me to a larger room, and had plenty of advice about places to eat. Unfortunately, I was there on a Sunday, so the bar/restaurant was not open (closed on Sun-Mon-Tue) but it looked like it might be a lively place when open. I strongly recommend The Clifton Hotel
I've stayed here before and will stay there again in July. What they have done in the renovation of the rooms is amazing. I love this place and brought a group there in April and they all fell in love with the hotel and the Owners. Morning coffee / tea with the Owners is a treat. Love hearing the stories of Clifton and what was. The struggles the town has gone through and the faith they have in their future is uplifting.
I recently enjoyed a lovely one night stay in this charming and beautiful historical hotel. The friendly and knowledgable owners, Matt and Karen, have done an amazing job refurbishing this gem that had been long forgotten. My large room on the first floor had a very comfortable bed that provided an excellent night's sleep. The spacious bathroom included a shower as well as a clawfoot tub. No time for a bath on this visit but perhaps next time!
We were looking for a quiet place to stay to explore the area. This place ended up being much nicer than we expected. The room was very clean and spacious. Great location for exploring along the river. Cute old town where the cows freely roam the city.
Come here before it becomes Bisbee! This old mining town isn’t quite derelict yet, especially when progressive visionaries buy up a classic old hotel. The floors squeak just right, the windows toward the street (we stayed in beautiful room/suite 5 & it was quiet) are enormous, and the modern + Victorian vibe was perfect. Groovy wallpaper, lovely rugs, enormous bath with huge shower & sumptuous soaking tub. Truly I felt like a time traveler & was entirely enchanted for two nights.