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 Patagonia reviews
"I came to Patagonia for my sister's wedding. She and her fiance rented this fabulous home for my wife and I and our dog. I had no idea what I was getting, and I was simply overwhelmed by what a great home this is. This house is situated on the top of a (foot) hill, with great mountain views. It was super clean and everything from the appliances to the dinnerware to the furniture is top notch. We had two bottles of wine and a quart of hummingbird nectar waiting for us when we got there. I had never even seen a hummingbird before, but within 30 minutes of putting out the nectar, we must have had 2 dozen darting in and around the house! I'm not really a bird watcher, but I can see why everyone who is gets excited about this property. The best VRBO experience I've had!"Guest: Tony and Giovanna Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 23, 2014View listing
"My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our visit to SE Arizona. The weather was beautiful, the stars were amazing and the home was perfect! It had everything we needed and more. There is so much to explore in this part of the state and we didn't have time to see it all. We're already looking forward to returning and will bring friends or family with us. If you want peace and quiet or a home base to explore, this is the perfect VRBO for you!"Guest: Carri Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 24, 2014View listing
"My husband, dog, and I spent the month of March in Penny's comfortable house. It is walking distance from pretty much anything in town you'd like to do and just a short drive to other interesting places, like Nogales, AZ for more groceries than you can get in town, Nogales, MX (fun place to take a day trip), Patagonia Lake State Park, the wineries in Sonoita/Elgin, and a few good birding spots -- we walked to Paton's Hummingbird Haven and the Nature Conservancy Preserve, but not everyone cares to walk quite as far as we do! We primarily came to Patagonia for the weather, bicycling, and birding, and all were excellent. The house is very comfortable with a good flat-screen, dependable wi-fi, and a comfortable bed. The fenced side yard was great for our dog and for sitting outside to eat lunch and read my book. Be advised that there is no dishwasher, but other kitchen appliances are all there, and the kitchen is huge. The washer-dryer is in a shared part of the house off the kitchen and Penny's four dogs will come and greet you through their dog door each time you go into the laundry room. This was not a problem for us, but you should like or at least tolerate dogs or it might bother you. There was also occasional dog barking from that part of the house but not at night -- it was very quiet for sleeping, and nice and dark with the curtains on the bedroom windows. The house is older and not as modern as some places we've stayed, but it is furnished comfortably (the desk was especially nice) and is very spacious with plenty of room to hang clothes as well as shelves and a bureau. We had a lot of stuff with us, including four bicycles, and there was room for everything. Penny was helpful and easy to work with. We would definitely stay there again."Guest: Emily S. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: April 4, 2014View listing
"Way more then expected. You know how places always look good in pictures? Well, this home was PERFECT. Many thanks to Karen for keeping this home ready for visitors. We will be back. My sister can send all visitors down the road, now that we know about this home. We were in town for a graduation and needed a nearby place for family. We had no idea we could have a morning stroll to where my sister lived. Loved the kitchen. We cook. There was even soap and laundry detergent. Very well equip home! My only note; floors are not even and there are levels, so anyone with mobility issues might have trouble."Guest: ClubSB Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 29, 2014View listing
Patagonia Travel Tips
Patagonia Vacation Rental Homes are Close to the Action
While staying in your Patagonia vacation rental homes you will not be short of things to do. Within a short distance from the Patagonia lodging are great vacation activities and attractions for all. Magnificent sunrises and sunsets over the mountains can be viewed from the comfort of your rental as well as amazing views of the desert. Wildlife in the area includes deer, antelope, bobcats, foxes, coyotes and wonderful bird life that has made Patagonia one of the sought after bird watching destinations. What more could you ask for in proximity to the Patagonia vacation rental homes?
Hiking Trails Near Your Patagonia Lodging
There are a number of great hiking trails in the vicinity of your Patagonia lodging. The Mountain Empire is a great early morning walk that is not too strenuous and is fairly level apart from one heart pumping hill. Another hike close to Patagonia lodging is in Temporal Canyon on the outskirts of Patagonia. Red Mountain offers magnificent scenery as you hike the many switchbacks on the forest service road. It is a steep hike, however it is well worth the spectacular views at the top.
Attractions in the Patagonia Area
Apart from the great hiking, Southern Arizona vacation rentals in Patagonia are located in a serene environment that is just an hou'rs drive away from the city. Patagonia Lake State Park and Sonoita Creek Preserve bring country living to your Patagonia lodging neighbourhood.
Under an hour away is Tombstone, Karchner Caverns, numberous golf courses, and shopping in Tubac. The well known bird-watching areas of Ramsey Canyon or the Patagonia Bird Sanctuary are in the area and Elgin Wine country is worth visiting. The Arizona Trail is ideal for hiking, biking, birding, hunting, and horse riding.
Patagonia vacation rental homes are a short walk from shops, galleries, and restaurants on the main street.