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An exquisite B&B offering rustic charm, themed suites, and an excellent view.

Tucked away along the wild-lands of the White Mountain Apache Reservation border is a beautiful and historic stone cottage, a newly renovated homestead that welcomes the wayward traveler for rest and relaxation and breakfast. The Kull is Pinetop-Lakeside’s newest and only – bed and breakfast and innkeepers Janet and Greg Kull are welcoming guests from all over the country.

From Arizona Route 260 in Pinetop, I followed Woodland Road, turning south by the Chevron Station, drove past both entrances into Woodland Park, continued past the intersection where Woodland Road turns right to Mountain Meadows Park, and drove until the pavement dropped onto a dirt road. A few yards further the road ended and I spotted the drive into The Kull. Surrounded by a white picket fence, rocking chairs on the porch and friendly furry greeters, knew I was in the right place. 

Innkeeper, Janet Kull met me at the door and ushered me into her home and into a world of beauty and hospitality. The Kulls have taken a historic cottage and have turned it into a peaceful and magical retreat among the towering Ponderosa oak and aspen forest. They have scoured the local area and have pulled in pieces that reflect their natural surroundings, furniture and paintings from local artists, local historical pieces and have put their incredible and tasteful stamp in every room…read more.