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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

  • Great for families

    "The unit was ideal for 4 adults and two children with the master bed and bath on one side and the other two bedrooms on the other side. The master bed is huge and very comfortable. There was plenty of space in the living room for everyone. The BBQ grill is just down the stairs and you can even check in with the person doing the grilling from the balcony. Unfortunately the pool right beside the unit is not heated, but there is a heated pool about 500 yards down the driveway, a bit of a slog coming back carrying children, but the pool is lovely. There are lots of dishes and glasses available, but a few more serving, and cooking utensils were needed. Some spices, sugar, coffee, and condiments were available, although I'm sure that depends on what's left by the previous renter. Groceries, gas, pharmacy, and restaurants are very close by, within walking distance even. The condo is about a 6 minute drive to Sabino Canyon, a popular hiking area. There's a shorter walking trail just a couple of blocks away. The owners are easy to get ahold of and respond quickly."
    Guest: Wendy L. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 13, 2017
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  • So convenient to Univ of Arizona

    "My friends and I had an enjoyable 3-night stay here. We are 4 ladies of a certain age who came for the Tucson Festival of Books. This property is right across the street from the U of A. We had everything we needed. The beds were comfortable and the towels soft. It would really be perfect for a football weekend as it is directly across from the stadium. Scott responded quickly to our requests. All in all, a pleasant stay."
    Guest: Christine C. Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: March 15, 2017
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  • Wonderful place

    "The casita is exactly as described, only more beautifully appointed. We lacked for nothing. While the casita is small -- good for two people, perhaps four if the visit is short -- it is lovely. The outdoor chairs and tables on both the east and west side, with the larger patio on the east, shielding barbequers and diners from the western sun, also work for someone like myself, with lots of oil-painting equipment. I painted from the patio and stored materials there for trips off the property, and it was a perfect space for that. Although the casita was a guest house for a larger building, it is perfectly private, at the end of the lane, so no other cars ever venture to the house. And the wildlife, especially the birds, are astonishingly varied and fascinating to watch. The house was sparkling clean when we arrived and the grounds perfect for checking out Sonoran plant life. Karine was responsive to our every need and full of good information about the area. She was on top of all the communications we had before and after our visit, answering questions and returning the deposit before we had a chance to think about it. The proximity to Saguaro National Park (east) means that a lot of wildlife, particularly birds, knowing no boundaries, come to the casita every day to play and live. Our favorite was the phainopepla, perhaps because we could recognize this small bird almost instantly. The many dirt lanes surrounding the area made for good morning walks and the national park entrance is just a mile or so up the road, for more hiking. The loop road around the park was one of our favorite excursions; we took it more than once, just for the charm of its winding, narrowness, paved in the 1930s by the CCC boys and retaining a sense of its history. Of course, Tucson and vicinity has more events and places to explore than we could encompass in a short month, although we tried. The highways into the city center are direct and easy to drive; a good Safeway and Sprouts (healthfood supermarket) are easily accessible. Our favorite restaurants included the one in the Desert Museum and Tohono Chul (another museum of natural history within the city). We also liked the university museums and Old Town as well at the trendy 4th-street scene. The Botanic Garden (good restaurant also) was an unexpected pleasure (we went back there twice), and its butterfly garden took my breath away. We have to return to explore all those things we couldn't fit in."
    Guest: June and Jerry U. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: March 23, 2017
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  • A great place to stay, we felt fortunate to be able to book it

    "House is located in pleasant, tidy neighborhood. Tasteful, quality decorating, especially the recently updated master suite, and the whole house is exceptionally clean. All necessities for a short stay are provided. Very nice enclosed patio with furnishings adjacent to the saltwater pool with waterfall. An extra plus is the very pleasant, accommodating owner. The house was shared by 6 adults in Tucson to attend an U of A graduation and found it an easy commute to the campus from the house."
    Guest: John G. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: May 30, 2016
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