Tombstone Bed & Breakfasts may give you a feeling of living in the Old West! But that's the ambiance - they still have updated amenities! You'll love their old Western decor! Is that what you look for when you come to Tombstone? Or are you just looking for a comfortable bed?
We know of some not-so-easily found gems. They're not well advertised - but they're super wonderful places to stay.
Some we've stayed in ourselves. We used to be visitors, too - before we retired, and moved here! Note our personalized reviews from what we observed. And some info we've gathered from insider input!
Tombstone Bed - Breakfasts: Walking Distance to Town
Crazy Annie's Bordello Bed & Breakfast has a gated entrance & parking along the fence.
A friendly Saloon next to the B & B
Bill is ready for a good steak meal at The Depot. Try it - right across from Crazy Annie's.
Crazy Annie's Bordello B & B - 95 South 10th Street, (520) 457-3847
Choose from 4 rooms named after working women of the 1880s. Non-smoking rooms with thoughtful amenities.
Quite comfortable, with terrific rates. The beautiful rooms are a little small, but have a roomy bathroom. There's a small fridge and microwave, plus coffee-maker. WiFi on site.
Outdoor patio area for smokers. Saloon next door. Nice steak restaurant across the street. Corner sundry store just down the block.
We stayed here once. Breakfast is continental style. If you're a tea-drinker (as I am) - you'll have to pick some up elsewhere! That was my one personal drawback.
I've lodged my mother here when we had a lot of guests in town for the holidays. She got a kick out of staying in a "bordello" - took photos to show her friends! So in general - Annie's is a definite recommendation.
Tombstone Bordello Bed & Breakfast - 107 W. Allen Street, (520) 457-2394
They have 10 different rooms with rates beginning at $99. They offer a full breakfast.
Some very interesting and historical qualities. The house was a bordello, owned by Big Nose Kate! It was previously on a lot on Eastern Allen Street (by the old high school) - the red light district. It was moved to this location when they built the school.
We stayed here a while back, it was about 2003. We liked it very much then - it was under different ownership & up for sale. Now it is locally owned and managed by a couple from England who are very into American Western lore.
They get good ratings - and we can certainly recommend the location! We feel the outside detailing doesn't reflect the vintage element as it did when we stayed. It's said there are ghosts. I believe there were!
Marie's Engaging Bed & Breakfast - 101 North 4th Street, (520) 457-3831
You can call Toll free: (877) 457-3831. They're located a little farther out, but still walking distance. 4th St., corner of Safford St., you'll be on the other side of Hwy. 80 (Fremont St.) from town.
Choice of 4 different rooms and 1 suite. Rates begin at $75 for single occupancy. Some discount rates are available.
The home itself is historic from 1906, known as the "John Rock House." Much of the original is still in place. Its decor is a little eclectic, but still suitable. A luxurious full breakfast is served at 8 a.m.
Lots of parking, free WiFi, gracious hosts & top ratings all around!
Virgil's Corner Bed & Breakfast - 97 East Fremont Street, (520) 548-1025
The really nice thing about it is its historical significance - this B & B stands on the lot where Virgil Earp (Wyatt's brother) lived in a home with his wife Allie. More Here>
They have an online reservation request form. 4 rooms are available. Another plus is that one is handicapped accessible.
This bed - breakfast reviews are hot & cold. It seems to depend on whether the employees are all there and prepared. It's a shame - because this should be a stellar accommodation. Especially since its rates are on the higher end. Their breakfast does not seem to be noteworthy.
Bed & Breakfast - A Drive Out of Town
Tombstone Monument Ranch - 895 West Monument Road, (520) 457-7299
It's actually a "Dude Ranch" awarded the 2016 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence. It's designed as an old Western Town.
It's in a beautiful, scenic area - 3 miles West of downtown Tombstone, via Allen Street, then turning right onto W. Schieffelin Monument Road.
It's billed as a bed - breakfast since the morning meal is included in the price. But so is lunch and the evening dinner meal! Their chefs accommodate any special dietary needs. They take special pride in their Chuck Wagon fireside breakfast!
In fact a lot more is included in the price: horseback riding, hikes, evening entertainment, roping, shooting, archery, tours, etc. There are some extra charges for certain activities.
Choose among 18 rooms in 4 different categories: Standard, Deluxe, Junior Suite or Premium Suite. The rooms are styled as Old Western homes or establishments.
They get glowing reviews. You can download their brochure by Clicking Here.
Some of our friends have been here for the entertainment. They have a Saloon which features country bands. Local folks come to enjoy the Saloon and Schieffelin’s Restaurant. They found it very enjoyable.
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