This historic and cosy house is walking distance from everything Patagonia has to offer. It is a bright and entirely updated 2 bedroom home and will provide the perfect spot for you to explore Patagonia and the surrounding area. The property is fenced and will give you and your pets a perfect outdoor living experience.
“We loved this house! Being able to drive in and shut the gates behind my car was a delight! Totally gated and fenced in.... wonderful happy beautiful home. Cant wait to get back! Will stay much longer next time.”
We love vintage mobile homes remodeled from the frame up to include modern appliances and amenities. Our place is conveniently located just minutes away from the Nature Conservancy and the Paton Center for Hummingbirds. We are in town within walking distance from Patagonia art, culture and dining. The world famous Wagon Wheel Saloon is right down the street. So whether you are a couple, a solo adventurer on the AZ Trail, or a business traveler on the go, our place will suit your needs.
“Michael was amazing in our stay at Patagonia. The place is at is advertised but it’s definitely a cute place. The only issue I had was the water going from hot to cold randomly in the shower, but it wasn’t a big deal at all! Will definitely be returning. Also the saloon has some great food right around the corner.”
A private room in a 105 year old house in the heart of Patagonia. Right next door to Patagonias only health food store, Red Mountain Foods and across the street from the Patagonia town park. View the Butterfly Garden from the front window. Hike, bike and walk to all local attractions. Less than a mile from Audubons Paton Center for birding.
“We can't say enough good things about this place! It was cute, quiet, comfortable, and close to everything. The amenities were thoughtful and just what we needed. I especially loved the items made by local artists, I had to head to the art co-op (conveniently just a few doors away) and buy something for myself! We will most certainly book this location again when we return to Patagonia.”