Located just outside the western edge of Saguaro National Park, this bed-and-breakfast is the perfect respite for those who want a desert immersion. Once you make your way down the unpaved road to this secluded hideaway, owner Dave Malmquist will treat you to a gourmet breakfast and all the comforts of a Mexican hacienda. The well designed, all-adobe home has three rooms and a suite set on acres of desert landscape, with views of the park's iconic saguaros. Each room boasts a private patio so you can enjoy the surrounding mountains and watch the moonrise. Inside, the adobe structure and courtyard fountains provide respite from the afternoon heat. The rooms have a rustic charm with exposed wood beam ceilings and adobe brick walls. If you get hungry, nosh on the snacks and cookies that are available 24/7. The outdoor spa is a wonderful way to soak away the day's aches under the clear desert night sky, and would-be astronomers can borrow Dave's telescope for a bit of star watching.
Saguaro National Park
Saguaro National Park› Hotel
Casa Tierra Adobe
$135-$195 double, $165-$285 suite, depending on number of guests, 2-night minimum stayUnits 3 rooms, 1 suite Amenities
Exercise room, hot tub, shared TV, library, full vegetarian breakfast, telescope, Wi-FiWeb site Casa Tierra Adobe
Map11155 W. Calle Pima, Tucson Saguaro National Park
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