Spirit Tree Inn B & B began its life over 80 yrs ago as the headquarters of the Rocking Chair Ranch. It sits in a beautiful secluded area close to Patagonia Arizona and within easy reach of some of the nation's top birding destinations in southern Arizona. Also within reach are Historic Tombstone and Bisbee as well as Kartchner Caverns, a living cave. You can choose from a long list of arts, historic, cultural, nature, sports and shopping attractions. There are even a growing group of wineries with some quality products. This a truly a destination for anyone who wants peace and quiet and the ability to see nature in its many forms. It is an ideal base of operations for a leisurely visit to Southern Arizona.
3.8 on March 26, 2015
Amazing homestead feel surrounded by mountains and tucked in a rare find of wine country in southern AZ! Great hosts who accommodated for my food sensitivities with 2 day notice!
5 on March 22, 2015
The purpose of our stay was to do some bird watching in the area. This B&B is the perfect setting for the visiting birder as the owners are very knowledgeable about birds and have an extensive feeder setup on the patio. This is in a secluded area, but the town of Patagonia is a short distance away. We will likely be back.
4.0 on March 07, 2015
This February my wife and I enjoyed a very pleasant three-day stay at the wonderful Spirit Tree Inn in Patagonia, Arizona. We especially enjoyed owners Mary Jane and Tom's warm hospitality, as well as Tom's scrumptious breakfasts. Being birders, we eagerly observed in the avian multitudes that gathered around the feeders in the lovely patio each morning, before we headed out to such famous nearby locations as Patagonia Lake, Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Preserve, Paton's Hummingbird Sanctuary or any of the canyons of the surrounding sky islands. We would highly recommend a stay at the Spirit Tree Inn at any time of the year - perhaps spring time would be your best bet to improve on the 41 species long garden bird list we compiled during our stay.
4.2 on February 28, 2015
Wonderful setting and interesting, caring and down to earth hosts. Creative food and environmentally aware services.The town of Patagonia is interesting,earthy and artsy with organic food and arts coops and shops contrasting nicely with the Wagon Wheels more down home grill and bar and then we still have the coffee house. We didn't make it to the pizza shop but heard great reviews. In general The Spirit Tree experience can be described as filled with life: Whether we are talking about horses, donkeys, cats, and dogs residing on an active picturesque ranch. Or we are talking about the many projects and repairs in the making reflecting broader interests and dreams to pursue, or we are referring to the beautiful outdoors with birds, plants and other wild of every kind. Oh almost forgot- there is also the kind of life that comes from opportunity for both quite solitude and fun filled friendly conversation. Aside from a little extra dust in a few corners and some repairs needed here and there, this is an absolutely wonderful place to visit.
3.8 on February 23, 2015
My husband and I have stayed at the Spirit Tree twice within the past year, both times we have found the host and hostess extremely hospitable, make every effort to personalize our stay and are very knowledgeable about the area and it's history. Exquisite meals are beautifully presented, yet we feel very much "at home" and welcome. Patagonia is a quiet little town so be prepared to enjoy some solitude.
3.6 on February 10, 2015
This location is a birder's paradise--one couple we spoke with saw 100 species of birds in three days. The flagstone-covered patio was a perfect place to sit and watch a variety of birds. It was also quiet and peaceful. And you get a view of an ancient cottonwood tree (over 240 years old!) in the adjoining pasture. The hosts are very warm and friendly, and the breakfasts were outstanding--we had mesquite pancakes one morning! This is a rustic old (built in 1924) ranch house on beautiful property. I would stay again.
5 on November 05, 2014
Thank you for a wonderful weekend in the quietest and prettiest places around Tucson. It was a perfect vacation!
3.4 on October 15, 2014
Although the owners were not present, the family of sisters covering were very cheerful and friendly. I specifically enjoyed going for walks in the morning w/the family dog who seemed to know the way and 'expect' to walk with you. My favorite element of the Spirit Tree Inn is the QUIET and the very comfortable bed. The breakfast on Day 2 was very delicious and filling. The is OUR SPOT when we come through Patagonia.
3.4 on October 14, 2014
Nice and quiet. Great good, friendly folks.
3.4 on July 18, 2014
We loved the location and Mary Jane was great!
The Sonoran Bunkhouse is the larger of our two casitas ans is a short walk away from the Ranch House. It contains a fully functional kitchenette and its own supply of coffee. If you wish, a service to pre-stock the refrigerator is available. It accommodates up to five, but there is an additional charge after three people. This casita is also pet friendly.
The Homestead House is the smaller of our two casitas. It is a short walk from the Ranch House across a bridge over s small ravine.. It has a kitchenette and its own supply of coffee. If you wish, a service to pre-stock the refrigerator is available. This casita accommodates one or two people comfortably. Well behaved pets are allowed in this casita.
This room has a north-facing window that overlooks the front patio and the" Spirit Tree". It has a king sized bed and is furnished with pieces of fine antique furniture.The bathroom has a shower. It has a door leading out to the Veranda.
You step down into a charming room with two bay widows, one with a window seat, facing north and west. A great family room with a loft containing a queen mattress for older children and a queen bed for mom & dad. This room contains numerous books and American Indian accent pieces. It is located near the front door of the ranch house away from the other bedrooms giving it a little more privacy.
This room has a north-facing window overlooking the patio and the "Spirit Tree". You can see any number of birds while sitting in this room and looking out on the feeders in the patio. It can be arranged as either two twin beds or a single king bed. The Oriental touches give it its name. A wonderful antique armoire, found in Ohio, serves as a closet.
This room is bright and airy with a south-facing window. It is decorated in an equine motiff. The queen sized headboard, decorated with running horses, was purchased in Pennsylvania and returned to Arizona where it had originally been carved. The small bathroom was the original bathroom of a working ranch. The room has a door leading out to the cool, calm Veranda.
Tucson, AZ (TUS) 57 miles
Take I-10 east to SR 83. Head south on SR 83 for 25 miles to SR 82. Turn right and go 12 miles on 82 to Patagonia. Turn left on the first street past mile marker 20. It is Taylor and it dead ends on Harshaw. Turn left and go about 3.5 miles. Look for a fork in the road just past a sign on the right that says Coronado National Forest. Take the dirt road at the fork for .3 mile and look for the entrance to Spirit Tree Inn B&B on the right.
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Air conditioning, BBQ grill, Board games, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Internet Service, Library, Piano, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi, Wired internet , Mountain bikes for rent
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