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This a 800 square foot, fully furnished one bedroom guest house with full kitchen, bath, full sized laundry room, back patio with table and grill, front porch with mountain views.
The living room is large and spacious with a TV and internet. The living room has a comfortable sofa and club chair with hassock. The dining area seats 6. The kitchen has a Kuerig, gas stove, full sized refrigerator, microwave and food preparation island. The washer and dryer are full size. The bedroom has a very comfortable and sturdy queen sized bed with closet space and clothing storage. The bath room has shower and bath tub with fluffy fresh towels and a hair dryer (so you don't have to pack one). Most importantly, this place is very, very clean and comfortable. (Airbed for additional guests over 2 and Crib on request)
These accommodations are very private, located on the main property but 150 feet from the main house with a workshop and small garden/orchard in between. This is a pet friendly place and has a fenced yard if you have a canine(s)/ feline who is coming along. We have lots of trees and wildlife that frequent our yard. Hummingbirds are normal every day of the week in our flower gardens and around our trees.
The neighbor hood consists of single family homes on 1 - 2 acre lots with a view of the Huachucas to the west, the Mule mountains of Bisbee to the south and the Dragoons and Tombstone Hills to the east. There are no street lights here which makes star gazing at night fabulous.
Ramsey Canyon and Huachuca Mountains are within biking and hiking distance. The Ramsey Canyon Preserve (Hummingbird Capital of the World) is located 3 miles from this location. The Huachuca Mountains are unique in being one of the Sky Islands of Southern Arizona that host the 2nd highest diversity of mammals in the world! It is common to see bears, deer, racoons, skunks, coti-mundi, ring-tailed cats and of course more than 14 species of hummingbirds! The Ramsey Canyon Preserve says "The native plant gardens and feeders at this Nature Conservancy sanctuary have attracted 14 species of hummingbirds, including the Magnificent, Berylline, and White-eared. Most birders can double or triple their hummer life list without ever moving from one of the preserve’s benches!" We see much the same in and around our own yard. Last spring a set of Red Tailed hawks nested in our Pine Trees. Tombstone, Bisbee, Douglas, The Coronado National Monument and The Chiricahua National Monument are within scant drives. Easy day trips to Sonoita and Patagonia vineyards are also in reach.
We will provide cold breakfast items, coffee, tea, cereal and small breakfast foods. You will have a full sized refrigerator (with ice maker), and completely utensil stocked kitchen with dishes, and anything else you may need to prepare your own meals.
This place is very quiet and a great place to be alone, in fact a great place for privacy and intimacy. This is a great place to stay a month, week or a night as it has all the comforts of home away from home. We are flexible about check in and check out and anything else you might need.
Smoking on the Patio and Porch is perfectly acceptable, ash trays provided on both. Wash your own dishes if preparing your own meals. Extra sheets and towels in the bathroom linen closet, if needed, Place used towels and sheets in laundry basket in bathroom. If you cannot light the stove, come get one of us for help. If the gas runs out on the grill, let us know asap and we will replace it. If you have any problems at all let us know asap, we are at your service. We will give you the wireless code when you arrive.
There is a cleaning fee for those staying more than 3 nights or guests with pets. Don't forget that airbnb will charge both host fees and guest fees, so your total will be more than what is listed. The security deposit is refundable to you by airbnb after your stay if there was no damages.
For guests staying long periods, please let us know if you want us to do a once a week cleaning for you.
Joann is a full time physics and geology instructor at Cochise Community College. Stuart is a retired veteran who now works as a contractor on Ft. Huachuca.