I got a real sense of Cochise and the Apaches when we visited this area. Lots of gorgeous rocks, remote, a few homes, hawks galore, and quiet. This is a great spot to take a picnic ( no restrooms so if nature calls find the...More
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We had a lovely time - weather, accommodations, and atmosphere allowed us to really enjoy a small family reunion. Plenty to do, or not due as the mood allows! Birds a plenty and gray hikes and climbs in a spectacular setting with an interesting historic...More
You will leave a part of your heart behind when you drive away from this serene desert valley in the fabled Dragoon Mountains. Stony, lichen-topped mountains glow pink, gold, and green at dawn. Deer glide past your patio in morning sunlight. A fat hen peers...More
Nancy Yates was welcoming, the breakfast sublime (the cornbread is a must) and the scenery and hiking trail are terrific. A great experience, particularly if you are looking for a quiet and remote experience. We stayed in the Agave suite, but either of the suites...More
If you're looking for a quiet weekend getaway, this is a great option. My partner and I stayed in the Yurt and had a very relaxing time. Accustomed to tent camping, the Yurt was a definite splurge. We enjoyed touring Willcox wine country and driving...More
"Read the website and the reviews for more details, but any choice is good."