Cozy Guest House in Central Tucson. This charming little house has a private front entrance and dedicated driveway off a primary east-west street. It has a side entrance that shares an enclosed garden behind our 1930's mud adobe home.
One bedroom with queen size pillow-top mattress, dresser, and ample closet. The living room/kitchenette is separated from the bedroom by a bathroom with walk-in shower. The kitchenette includes a refrigerator, microwave, toaster & convection oven, electric skillet, coffee maker, electric kettle, induction hotplate, and service for four. Comfortable temperature control with ceiling fans and dual split A/C and heat in bedroom and living room. Skylights throughout provide filtered natural light. Wireless internet, 42” plasma TV (with basic cable), Blu-ray DVD, and stereo.
The yard offers sitting area near a fishpond with waterfall surrounded by plants. We have desert tortoises and turtles that roam the yard in warm weather. Friendly, non-aggressive pets are welcome. Access to laundry room with washer and dryer.
We live across the yard and are normally available to answer questions or provide assistance. At the same time, guest privacy is always respected.
Prices vary by the season: $65/night April-September; $75/night October-March except for Gem Show, which is $90/night. Rates are discounted 10% for weekly stays and 15% for monthly stays.
Smoking is not allowed in the guest house, but is permitted outdoors.
We welcome pets (no more than two), with prior permission, that are non-aggressive and fully house-trained. Pets must remain within your control at all times, either on a leash or in a carrier. Pets may be left alone in the guest house as long as they are well-behaved and in a kennel or carrier. Please be responsible for cleaning up after your pet.
Check-in time is 2pm - 9pm; check-out by noon.
Both recently retired, we have lived in Tucson for 19 years and fallen in love with the desert Southwest. David, originally from Michigan, retired from a purchasing career in natural foods. Joan, originally from Philadelphia, retired from accounting for non-profit organizations. We enjoy the local music scene (like our community radio station), gardening, and discovering the history, archaeology and culture of this part of the country.