Bedlam Bed and Breakfast in Fountain Hills Arizona
Bedlam Bed and Breakfast Fountain Hills Scottsdale Phoenix Arizona B&B Hillside Desert Lodgings Accommodations

Hosts: Pam and Tom Carlson (photo #7).

Guestrooms: 4

Address: The Bedlam B&B, 15253 Skylark Circle, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268 USA

Telephone: 480-837-9695

Activities/Attractions: Fountain Hills, (population 20,235) is a scenic desert community on the eastern slope of the rugged McDowell Mountains. Scottsdale is just 11 miles west, and Phoenix is a short drive of 24 miles.

The centerpiece of this small community is located at Fountain Park right in the middle of a 28-acre man-made lake. Some 30 years ago, it was the world's tallest fountain, gushing 560-foot into the desert sky. Visible from miles away, the fountain goes off on the hour for 15 minutes every day from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Fountain Hills offers a vibrant resort community experience within a relaxing small town ambiance with:

  • World-class golf courses
  • Luxury spas
  • Outstanding dining and shopping
  • Major art shows, galleries
  • Acclaimed theatre and music
  • Varied outdoor recreation

"Bedlam B&B is a delightful inn where guests immediately feel at home and ready to settle in for more time than they usually have. I cannot imagine a better place to stay in the Phoenix area than Bedlam B&B."

"This was our first time at a B&B. We did not know what to expect, but your warmth made us feel right at home."

"We really enjoyed your hospitality the comforts of your B&B and of course the spectacular sunrise and views ... Your have really managed to create a little paradise here."

"Thank you for your gracious accommodations. I have stayed in plenty of B&Bs and never experienced what you offer ... You have a beautiful home and made me feel very welcome."

"Delightful, thoughtful hosts, wonderful accommodations, intriguing furnishings and grounds, amenities and delicious healthy breakfasts ... what more could you reasonably ask for."

"This is by far the best B&B that we have stayed in. The rooms so comfy (and attractive) the yard, beautiful garden, and the breakfasts so good."

"Bedlam embodies the best of why we prefer the B&B experience over hotels. Congenial and charming hosts, outstanding sleeping, scrumptious breakfasts, and instant friendships ... and great fluffy towels."

"Thanks for your hospitality the last few days. You've made our first trip to Arizona more relaxing. You energized us with your yummy breakfasts, enjoyable conversation and good tips for our travels."

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General Information: Welcome to Bedlam Bed and Breakfast in Fountain Hills, Arizona ... just minutes from Scottsdale and Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix. We are nestled high on a hillside acre, our 5,000 square foot southwest territorial home adjoins miles of virgin desert with a horizon full of spectacular views of many mountain ranges. These include the Mazatzals to the north, the 7000 foot high Four Peaks to the east, and the Superstition Mountains to the south as well as close up views of the Sonoran desert with all the abundant wildlife.

One of the likely reasons you have chosen to stay at Bedlam is that you are looking for something other than a traditional hotel. We promise you won't be disappointed in your decision to do so. We have always loved antiques, collectables and heirlooms, so we wanted a home that was casual and warm, with a lived-in antique shop flare.

All of our rooms have a complete private bath, television and telephone, are non-smoking with a high-speed wireless internet connection. Each of the rooms comes with a set of binoculars to help spot wildlife. Your choice of accommodation is:

  • The Tumbleweed Room greets you with the sunrise from your king size wrought iron bed every morning. The plush couch is perfect for stretching out or curling up with your favorite book. The large armoire holds the TV and stocked refrigerator. The coffee pot on the antique library table waits to serve you when the mood arises
  • The Coyote Room has five windows to capture the beauty of all the surrounding mountains, while the southwest decor invites you in. The King size headboard was made by us at the same time we created the cabinets and doors. You will enjoy the views from the porch swing just outside your door
  • The Charming Rosewood Room affords early risers raspberry tinted silhouettes of the Four Peaks mountain range. The Queen Four Poster bed and period piece photos, pictures and a lamp made from an old tobacco humidor, complete with smoking pipes give the room it's cozy feel
  • You will definitely wake up on the sunny side in The Sunrise Room! Both windows face east. One frames the Four Peaks Mountains. The other window captures the Superstition mountains including Red Rock, the Goldfields and Needle Rock. All these are the home of the Apache Thunder god and of the Legendary Lost Dutchman gold mine. The bright yellow walls create a warm, sunny feeling. A King size homemade Four Poster Log bed adds to the sunny, comfortable decor

Payment Accepted: Cash, AMEX, Personal Checks, MasterCard, Money Orders, Visa, Travelers Checks, Discover.

Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars).


A fun part of staying at Bedlam is joining us for a family style breakfast. Breakfast is usually served at 8 a.m. in our dining room. Other times for breakfast can be accommodated depending on your schedule.