Arizona March 04, 2019
This Replica Old West Town In Arizona Could Be All Yours For A Night
There’s no denying our state’s rough-and-tough history, and one Tucson Airbnb provides guests with a truly authentic Southwestern experience. Spend the night in a traditional adobe house and travel back in time to the days of Bonnie & Clyde.
The owner of this unique accommodation built these traditional adobe dwellings out of dirt, sand, and homemade bricks. Assorted farm equipment, cattle skulls, and chili peppers hanging out to dry really authenticate the rustic Old West atmosphere.
There are two different buildings on site where you can stay the night. The bunkhouse features an oxbow mirror, lasso, antique dressing table, and several other accessories dating back to the cowboy days. As it is small and sleeps only one, it’s a perfect overnight stop for solo travelers.
The slightly larger casita sleeps two, sporting quirky decor like bottle windows and a side table supported by old-fashioned milk jugs. Just steps away, an adjacent wooden building has a fridge, microwave, and coffee maker.
Guests also have access to a shared kitchen and bathroom in the main house, which is close to both rooms. At just $34 per night, you'll be hard-pressed to find a cheaper lodging option with this much character - not to mention all the amenities necessary for a comfortable stay are right on-site!
It certainly isn't as luxurious as a five-star hotel, but that only adds to the realism and character. This is a true Arizona experience guaranteed to turn the clock back 100 years; you'll half-expect to see Bonnie & Clyde running through town!
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