About the property
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- Minimum Stay2 nights
2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, 4 Sleeps
This historic house, built in 1910, is located at the bottom of what is one of Bisbee's longest staircases. Perched just above downtown, it is a two minute walk to the heart of main street and no further to the hiking trails with majestic views of this canyon village. Filled with charm and modern amenities, this two bedroom has a fully fenced yard, and a fantastic, three-sided wrap around porch with views of the Mule Mountains, downtown and into Mexico.
This classic Bisbee mining cottage has been remodeled with double paned windows, great insulation, laundry room and modern heating, yet it holds its original charm. This house has everything you need to make a short or long term stay extremely comfortable.
Beth or Noah Suby
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- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 19, 2018
About Beth or Noah Suby
We are a local family. Noah was raised here and Beth grew up in the neighboring town. After years of traveling and living abroad (our oldest was born in New Zealand), we came back to Bisbee to be closer to our community of family and friends. Noah has a construction company in town, and Beth teaches Reading at the local college.
Beth or Noah Suby purchased this Cottage in 2013
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The Porch House was great for a Girls' Trip. Four of us stayed and had a great time in Bisbee. The house is darling, spacious, very clean and decorated very cute! The parking was tight for our van, but was OK. The climb up to the house was steep BUT we found out from the very friendly residents of Bisbee that we could call the people from the Ghost tours and they would drive us home in their golf carts. Our driver told us it was a free community service they do. He got a great tip from our party!! Overall a super visit!!
I had a wonderful relaxing time!
Quaint and clean. It was beautiful!
Clean, well maintained, perfectly located and adorable. The porch house is delightful and the owners are nearby and very responsive.
Perfect spot to enjoy town.
Owners are so gracious and accommodating.
Charming, Centrally Located and Well Equipt
This small house is beautifully renovated and still retains the charm you would expect in Bisbee. We were able to utilize the many screen doors and screened windows to keep the house cool in the day and night. We noticed that every room in the house has its own entry - five doors for four rooms in fact, which has a special meaning when you take into account the history of Bisbee.
The house was clean and had just about any amenity you would need for a weekend or a week. The refrigerator and pantry was stocked with the necessities for cooking, as well as breakfast fixings.
Parking in Bisbee is always tough, but we received very clear instructions about how to find the house and the assigned parking spot. Once we tucked the car into its spot we never had to move it again until we left. The town is walkable, if you don't mind steps and hills.
Thanks to our hosts, we can't wait to stay here again soon.
We loved the house and the owners were wonderful to work with!!! We loved the little extra touches they add to assure you have a good stay, like the coffee & juice for in the morning and the shampoo and body wash in the showers were convenient also. Those little things mean a lot! I can’t think of anything negative to say we had a great weekend in Bisbee and I will
Definitely be back again in the future!
Trailheads are just up the steps from the house. You are very close to downtown shops, restaurants, and cafes, as well as Bisbee's Historical and Mining Museum. Whitewater Draw, Ramsey Canyon and the San Pedro River are nearby with renowned birding and walking.
Rates & Availability
Additional information about rental rates
$125/nt. for one person or a couple $10/nt. for each additional person No cats please. We are seeking long term renters for June and July and are unable to accept any booking less than a 3 week stay during these months.