I was there with my daughter to tour the University of Arizona. Wish we could have stayed longer because there is alot to see within a short drive. We enjoyed a tour of the campus and she was able to visit some friends at the university. I enjoyed reading on the shaded porch and visiting with other ...
Mar 2 - Mar 3
Wonderful hospitality! Food was plentiful and delicious. The owner asked in advance about dietary restrictions and prepared gluten free foods for me.
Mar 10 - Mar 11
Pat is a terrific hostess. She provided great food and conversation. She even got us chocalate Easter Bunnies as we were there on Easter morning!
Friendliest hostess ever! Located right in the middle of the Sonoran desert; we could watch coyotes strolling by during the wonderful freshly made creative breakfast. Near Sonoran Desert Museum and west entrance to Saguaro National Park. Away from the ever-suburbanizing sprawl of Tucson.
Feb 29 - Mar 1
This should not be listed as a bed and breakfast as they have a wonderful kitchen on the property but do not serve breakfast. They give you a certificate to another downtown hotel but that hotels breakfast was taken over by meetings and was crowded. Should reduce price and not advertise a breakfast. ...
First the good: It's charming, it's quiet, it's quaint. Never had their breakfast, so I can't comment on the food. The bad: Read the fine print very carefully. I went back and checked the website, and it does say that if you book for two nights, you will be charged for two nights. This is their policy, ...
Mar 2 - Mar 3
Book a bed and breakfast in Tucson
A romantic getaway awaits when you book a bed and breakfast in Tucson. The beauty of renting a B&B is that each one is unique. A farm B&B is cozy and rustic, while a luxury B&B provides top-of-the-line luxuries, including in-room jet tubs and thousand thread-count sheets. And let’s not forget the most important part of its name…breakfast! Bed & breakfasts are famous for putting out a great spread each morning. Fill your plate with fluffy pancakes with maple syrup, hot eggs right from the pan, and a cup of hot coffee to help get you ready for the rest of your day.
All are welcome at Tucson bed n breakfasts
Some cheap accommodations are designed to simply give travelers a roof overhead and a comfortable bed to sleep on between adventures or business meetings. This definitely isn’t the case with a bed and breakfast (also known as a breakfast inn). The right B&B doesn’t just host your vacation to Tucson, it becomes part of it. In many cases, travelers get to know the manager of the B&B, as well as mingle with other guests. Many B&Bs also arrange activities for guests, such as hikes in the area, bird watching outings, or fun game nights.
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Mar 30 - Mar 31
Very unique and fun property. Had a real comfortable atmosphere
Mar 5 - Mar 6
We loved the location! There were several food options. Loved the pools and local hikes.
Mar 15 - Mar 16
We loved the room layout and angled entryway. Very nice property and staff was very courteous.
Mar 1 - Mar 2
Everything was good. I wish there was more ice vending machines and another elevator or 2