The Inn at Castle Rock (so named for a rock formation thirty feet from the front entrance where you'll often see people climbing) is my favorite of all the Bisbee inns. The rooms are cozy and quaint...it sounds cliche but it's true. Behind the inn there is a lovely walkway through greenery that can be difficult to find in southern Arizona. There are bamboo shoots that shield many of the room windows from garden walkers. I believe it was built in the early 1890's for local miners.
The inn also allows pets and children (though I would hope any inn would allow kids). Prices range from $59 - $108 per night. It's one of the shortest walking distances to the best of historic Bisbee and extremely close to the theater for those who would like to see the local stage. The staff has always been very courteous.
I'll be adding photos by the end of the year.
Unique Quality: The hillside garden is small but a lovely getaway with romantic stops along the walk. The wraparound patio offers many places to sit and relax.
Directions: Old (historic) Bisbee
5 Howell Ave, Bisbee
27 Subway, at the corner of Shearer & Subway, Bisbee
20 Brewery Avenue, (formerly the 400 Club), Bisbee
11 Howell Ave., Bisbee
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Address: 112 Tombstone Canyon, Bisbee, Arizona, United States