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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Tucson & Southern Arizona reviews

  • SEJOUR HORS DU TEMPS

    "Superbe retraite d'un mois dans ce village étrange mais plein d'intérêts dans le paysage désertique d'Arizona. Mais surtout, un refuge chaleureux dans cette charmante casita décorée avec goût ; des meubles anciens, une belle cheminée, un beau fauteuil club en cuir, quelques livres, un lit moelleux, de la vaiselle mexicaine, des tapis colorés et un patio où il fait bon se reposer et prendre son déjeuner. Une atmosphère qui porte à la contemplation ou au rêve. Idéale pour toucher au plus près l'art de vivre de cette communauté artistique, empreinte d'influences mexicaines et indiennes. De plus,le propriétaire parle français !..."
    Guest: laurence t. Date of Stay: October 2013 Review Submitted: December 3, 2013
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  • Great stay!

    "Home away from home is an excellent description of this rental. The moment we walked in the door, we felt the warm welcoming feeling. The owner was excellent to work with from the initial reservation to checkout. She responded quickly to any questions and had the condo well stocked - kitchen throughout the house. Many extras conveniences are available for use. Loved the attached garage. We are ready for a return visit!"
    Guest: J T. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 14, 2014
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  • Villa Green Valley

    "The villa was very clean and well equipped meeting all our needs. It is located in a quite friendly neighborhood. The patio was great for listening to the birds while having our morning coffee and evening BBQ's. It is in close proximity to Tucson, Mexico and many attractions"
    Guest: Sadie's Inn Date of Stay: November 2013 Review Submitted: December 10, 2013
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  • spacious condo

    "Condo met all of my needs and wants in a 5 week vacation rental. Great location."
    Guest: cheryl d. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 12, 2014
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Catalina Travel Tips

Relax and Enjoy Nature as you Stay in Catalina Foothills Vacation Rentals

Surround yourself in the beauty of Arizona when you stay in Catalina Foothills vacation rentals. Inside your home and outside of it, you will find glorious settings that invite you to take a step back from reality and relax. Located half an hour from Tucson, you can immerse yourself in history as you explore the historic copper-mining town of Bisbee, Kartchner Caverns, and the Biosphere 2. If you are more interested in historic transportation, the head over to the Pima Air & Space Museum.

Catalina Foothills Condos can Accomodate Your Needs

Travelers find Catalina Foothills condos perfect for vacationing and working. You can rent a lodging for a week or even a month. If you are writing or researching or doing some other work, you don't have to take the time to worry about housework. Some Catalina Foothills condos come with maid service, gardeners, and even a concierge service. If you need a break from work, take some time to visit the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Some members in your party might enjoy hitting the Fourth Avenue Shopping District.

Stay in Tucson Vacation Homes

Staying in Tucson vacation homes can be a fun adventure for your entire family. You can head out for a day of biking or hiking at the popular local canyons. Sabino Canyon in the Catlaina Mountains is known for its exquisite waterfalls, and the 7.1-mile Pima Canyon Trail is very popular with hikers who enjoy hiking at different altitudes. After a full day out on the trails, you might want to regain your strength by stopping at a restaurant where you can enjoy great food such as sushi. Head back to your home and light a fire in the fire pit as you watch the sun set over the mountains and view the rising stars.

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