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Recent Tucson reviews

  • Loved It!!

    "The house was fully stocked. It was pretty clean, and very nice! Only thing that was a let down was that the tv took a while to get going and the pool was out of service the entire trip. Other than that; I absolutely loved it. Think I will never use a hotel again!"
    Guest: Corinne R. Date of Stay: October 2015 Review Submitted: October 27, 2015
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  • Comfortable & Convenient

    "We were a family of 6 coming to Tucson to celebrate our U of A grad. The house is, as advertised, conveniently located to U of A - about 15 mins. We had plenty of space, enjoyed the beautiful view from the large picture window in the family room, especially the wildlife that came to visit. In the afternoons we were visited by a family of coyotes passing through (not a problem - in fact, kind of fun), hummingbirds, rabbits and lizards. We did not have a chance to meet Nancy & Fe, but they were wonderful hosts, as we had everything we needed."
    Guest: Susie L. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: May 17, 2016
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  • Another pleasant stay!

    "We just got back from our three week stay in Tucson at Casa Indigo. It is so nice to be able to get outside of town and enjoy the quiet of the Desert and yet be so close. The house is nice and comfortable with plenty of room for the whole family. The kitchen is well stocked as are the sheets and towels. We really enjoyed our stay and hope to be back next year."
    Guest: David M. Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: March 4, 2016
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  • BACK IN TIME

    "A senior German couple, we enjoyed the two weeks of our stay and called that place a home - a comfortable one with much charm. You will find many memories of Old Mexico in style and architecture. Therefore the casita is not only a secluded getaway to enjoy a lazy day or a starting point for adventurous hikes into the nearby mountains and the Sonoran desert (beginning with the easy stroll through the fantastic Sonora Desert Museum only a few miles away) but also an inspiring "base camp" from where you can travel back in time: to the reminders of the "Spanish Entrada" (Presidio Tubac, Missions San Xavier del Bac and Tumacacori), to the atmosphere of the Wild West (much more than only visiting the tourist trap of "Old Tucson" nearby), and to so many places where Apache Indians lived their secret lives or lurked for landhungry immigrants, greedy miners or Cavalry patrols, lost in the deserts. Yes, on our last day in the casita we played ourselves "Apache Scout Sentinel" high on the cliffs of two Saguaro studded Beehive buttes in front and behind the Casita. We would be very happy to return to this pittoresque and hospitable spot some day."
    Guest: Peter H. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 16, 2016
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