One of the interesting places to stay in and around Bisbee is The Calumet and Arizona Guest House. It was designed by noted Southwest Architect Henry C. Trost and was built in 1906 for the Joesph E. Curry family. Curry was the chief clerk for the Calumet and Arizona Mining Company, which bought the home turning it into a guest house for visiting VIPs. It has now become one of the premier Bed and Breakfasts in the area. They have six rooms, a carriage house apartment and an executive suite. Prices range from $50 to $100. TV/DVD players are available as is Wi-Fi. They take Visa and MC. Children and pets are okay. I have not stayed here just took the tour.
Unique Quality: Old styling to outside and furnishing inside. Great breakfast! Piano and spa.
5 Howell Ave, Bisbee
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