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Desert Oasis Bed & Breakfast
501 S. Pinto Place
Tucson, AZ 85748
USA
Phone: +1--5202968126

Patricia Young

English

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View of Desert Oasis B&B looking east across swimming pool to Rincon MountainsSingle or double bedroom with view to fountain and gardens near the swimming pool.
Double room with two single beds on the left and double bed on the right, separated by a closet for family privacyCommon area includes breakfast dining area and kitchen, plus area with TV and couches for relaxing after a busy day
Dining area for larger parties with spacious living room in background; nice for quiet reading away from noisy TV.After a summer storm, the desert glows with droplets of rain reflecting the sun through the clouds
Driveway approaching Desert Oasis with summer desert wildflowers showing the wayExtra bedroom used for large family parties when necessary
Summer storm building over the Rincon Mountains to the East