Bespoke Inn Flagstaff

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Thomas E. Pollock, the most notable owner of the Bespoke Inn, significantly contributed to Northern Arizona's development during his 43-year residency until his death in 1938 by enhancing the lumbering and livestock industries. Due to his pivotal role in Flagstaff's growth, the inn, originally known as the Inn at 410 Bed and Breakfast, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. Today, the Bespoke Inn serves as a serene oasis, offering a spacious parlor for relaxation by the fireplace, a courtyard and gardens for summer retreats with iced tea or wine, and cozy spots by the fire pit during the fall and winter.

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Architecture • History