Taking its name from the mining term to describe a two-man rock drilling team, the Doublejack Guesthouse is perched hillside in the heart of Old Bisbee, just southeast of Tucson, Arizona. This guesthouse offers dramatic panoramic views of historic downtown Bisbee and Mexico. Built circa 1895, even before Arizona became a state, this fully restored and charming one-bedroom miner’s cottage is located along an old mule path turned staircase above street-level public parking – accessible via just enough stairs to feel healthy! Walk to fine dining, arts, museums, galleries, evening entertainment, and historic attractions; watch great birding; access hiking trails right above the house; and relax and enjoy gorgeous sunsets and stargazing from your private deck.
The Doublejack Guesthouse offers king-sized bed accommodations, a fully equipped kitchen, standard-size refrigerator with icemaker, central air conditioning and heating, claw foot bathtub & walk-in double shower, flat screen monitor with DVD/VCR player, movie library, wireless high speed internet (WI-FI), iPod/iPad docking station with CD player/radio and speakers, and complimentary locally roasted coffee and fixings for breakfast on your first morning.
Come with your sense of adventure and leave with a renewed spirit!
Gay owned and operated.
2-night minimum stay (3-night minimum stay on holiday weekends).
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