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
$1,000 - $1,550 per month 30-60 night min stay
Recent Green Valley reviews
"The owner thought of everything, from supplying linens, cleaning supplies, cooking pans, dishes, and silverware to listing helpful phone numbers and maps of the complex. The house is a charming two bedroom, 2 bath with den and is well decorated with nice neutral colors, marble floors and a huge TV. The patio and water feature is set up for a party of about 10 people. The grounds were so nice, well kept and well planned. The clubhouse was inviting and the restaurants on site were so varied serving tasty food with a view of water, or golf course ."Guest: Betty Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 10, 2014View listing
"This townhome was very welcoming, spotless and comfortable. It has fabulous views of the Santa Rita Mountains and a large patio facing the San Ignacio golf course. Our hosts were very gracious and accomodating. The home was very well equipped. It provided excellent access to the golf course and restaurants. This was our sixth year in Green Valley and we will stay here if it is available on our next trip."Guest: Sue and Jim Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: June 12, 2014View listing
"We enjoyed our two weeks in this comfortable home. The large fitness centre and pool was a 1 minute walk out the back gate. We also played Haven Golf course several times which was 200 Yards in the other direction. The house was only a 20 minute drive to Madera Canyon for bird watching and hiking. The location suited us perfectly! Gaila was available when we had inquiries in the beginning. We appreciated her hospitality."Guest: K Tylor Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 21, 2015View listing
"We had a wonderful time during our stay in Green Valley Resort Homes. The apartment was just perfect and had everything we needed to make ourselves at home. We would definitely recommend staying there."Guest: Oklahoma Gal Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 24, 2014View listing
Green Valley Travel Tips
Plan a Stay in Green Valley Rentals for a Quiet Retreat
Find your quiet getaway in the retirement community of Green Valley, Arizona this season. With Green Valley rentals keeping you away from the busy crowds, you’ll still enjoy easy access to nearby towns and local conveniences during this family vacation.
Choose Green Valley Rentals and Escape the Crowds
Many big Arizona cities are teeming with tourists year-round, but choosing to spend some time in Green Valley lodging is a great way to simply relax and recharge in between your western destinations. Consider one of these low-key Arizona vacations for your honeymoon or even an extended family get-together.
Visit Sahuarita during Your Stay in Green Valley Lodging
Your Green Valley rentals are located just a short drive from the growing area of Sahuarita, providing modern entertainment choices for your family to enjoy. Catch a movie or spend the day on a fun shopping spree at the area mall, and peruse local galleries featuring original works by resident artisans. Green Valley lodging provides a welcome escape after an afternoon at the park as well; enjoy the natural surroundings that make Arizona vacations so popular by spending the day in a public pool or lake, or biking through the local preserve lands.
Your Arizona Vacations Include Access to Local Mines
Venture out from your Green Valley rentals and spend the day at the Asarco Mineral Discovery Center, complete with educational videos, tours and exhibits. You’ll enjoy a guided tour of the Asarco Mission Mine before stopping in the gift shop to find plenty of southwestern jewelry and art by local Native Americans. Snap a photo while standing at the open pit mine to remember your stay in Green Valley lodging, then enjoy a stroll through the cactus garden and a picnic. Many Arizona vacations simply aren’t complete without an opportunity to learn about the local natural resources and history.