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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

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Recent Tucson reviews

  • Wonderful

    "Lovely, clean and comfortable VRBO. The area was very quiet and restful. Would definitely return."
    Guest: Cornelia C. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: April 25, 2016
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  • Fantastic stay in an straight-out-of-a-magazine mid century architectural gem

    "We had a wonderful stay with our family of 6 (4 adults / 2 kids 7 & 11). The vibe of the house was excellent - we loved the architecture, floor to ceiling windows, spacious rooms, and great views. We were fortunate to have perfect Tucson hot weather - a nice relief from the East Coast chill. The deck was nice to spend time out on, and the pool area was perfect for us - nice chairs and umbrellas under a cloudless sky. And pool time was great - we went in several times per day with the pool heated. Plenty of pool toys and lots and lots of towels which let us avoid having to constantly do laundry. The mid-century decor was perfect down to the details - Eames chairs and a great double-sized built in sofa in a living room with plenty of room for all of us to hang out. We loved the aesthetic of the desert landscaping and our kids got a kick out of seeing a few lizards scurrying around. The Foothills area where the house is located is a beautiful area not too far from everywhere. First time back in Tucson since college in the 90s, and the town has really grown and developed significantly. Excellent food shopping nearby down the road from the house at Bashas, and nice spa luxuriating at the Spa at Lowe's Ventana Canyon. Loved brunch at Prep & Pastry (hip & tasty). Downtown has grown in a major way - we enjoyed grilled cheese on an inside out donut with local beers and craft whiskey at Batch, yummy Poke and creative sushi at Obon, and a fun visit to the legendary Hotel Congress. Real deal Mexican Food at BK, and an enjoyable breezy night game of UofA Softball on campus. And oh yeah: In-N-Out Burger - because Double Double [Protein Style] (undeniable). Nice treats in the fridge upon arrival, and small house requests were easily and quickly fulfilled by Anne. We'd be happy to come back again!"
    Guest: van b. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: May 8, 2016
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  • Luxurious getaway retreat!

    "This was the perfect setting for our family vacation- spacious, clean, secluded, with wonderful amenities! We loved the patios and pool and hot tub. This place was fantastic with multiple dining and seating options, inside and out. The house is charming with a sweet southwest style. It felt like we were in our own private resort, yet it was minutes away from great restaurants and the city. It's beautifully decorated with plenty of room to relax. The well-equipped kitchen was perfect for cooking. The kids enjoyed feeding the burros and the grandparents enjoyed watching birds on the beautiful garden-like yard. Thank you to our host, Lisa, for her helpful orientation. We couldn't have asked for more!"
    Guest: Musgies Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: April 14, 2016
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  • Wonderful stay: charming, comfortable, convenient

    "We thoroughly enjoyed staying at the casita, and it's location was perfect for exploring the historic neighborhoods, downtown Tucson as well as heading out to nearby canyons and parks for day hikes. The casita is very comfortable, cozy, thoughtfully decorated and and the kitchen is well equipped. We appreciated being able to make our own breakfasts (Joanna's scones are delicious!) and dinners. There is also a washer and dryer that came in quite handy! The casita is situated next to Joanna's house, and secure off street parking is provided in a driveway that is part of the garden surrounding the house. All in all, a great lodging experience!"
    Guest: Laurie S. Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: January 2, 2016
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