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This Bb was very nice. The owners were there during our stay. Enjoyed their stories and hospitality. Ate dinner at Big Nose Kates in town with them. The BB was extremely clean, claw foot tub was kind of fun to use. Breakfast was served at...More
Due to flight delays, we didn't arrive until 10:00 PM, but Diane and Patrick were cheerfully waiting, ready to help us in and give us cool drinks. We stayed in Virgil & Allie's room. A heavenly king bed and a large bathroom and shower, perfectly...More
Very nice place to stay in Tombstone. Owners take pride in their b&b and it shows. Clawfoot tub was great added touch. Clean. Breakfast good. A++ Would stay again if ever in the area. Very knowledgeable about the history.
This is an amazing place to stay. There are two buildings; the smaller one is built to the original specs of Virgil Earp's house, and it also sits on where Virgil's actual house was. During my stay, the owners were out of town, and the...More
We were very happy with our choice to stay at this lovely B&B. The room was large and well appointed. Our host, Mike, gave us lots of fun history of the property and his family's history. Very convenient to walking in Tombstone. Breakfast was very...More
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Hello, everything is about a 5 minute walk away leave the car and turn right out of the bed and breakfast, walk a block down, turn left and carry on its right there on the left you can't miss it. Hopefully you will have the... More
Hello, everything is about a 5 minute walk away leave the car and turn right out of the bed and breakfast, walk a block down, turn left and carry on its right there on the left you can't miss it. Hopefully you will have the house to yourself, it's amazing,. I am envious would love to go back. Have fun
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"There are only four rooms in the entire inn. Depends on if you want one or two beds"