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Rancho Milagro Bed & Breakfast
City: Sonoita
Tel: +1 520 455 0381
Privacy, peace and serenity are highly prized here. Rancho Milagro is nestled in the high grasslands of Southeastern Arizona and affords magnificent panoramic views of the majestic mountain ranges of the Santa Ritas, Mustangs and the Huachucas. Unobstructed vistas range for as far as the eye can see. Sunrises over the Mustangs and sunsets over the Santa Ritas are glorious.The region is internationally known as a premier bird watching destination; visitors from all over the world come to see over 200 species of rare and exotic birds that migrate from Mexico and south. The Patagonia-Sonoita Creek, Lower San Pedro, Ramsey Canyon and Madera Canyon Preserves are all easy drives from Rancho Milagro.

Rainbow's End Bed & Breakfast
City: Sonoita
Tel: +1 520 455 0202
Rainbow's End Bed & Breakfast represents a dream-come-true for your hosts, Elen and Charlie Kentnor. We can now offer to others the vacation experience we always sought, but was so hard to find.For years we hunted a holiday spot offering charm, history, a comfortable bedroom with bath, tucked into a beautiful piece of country, having ideal weather (of course), where public lands were accessible. Plus, we wanted to bring our own horses. Not an easy feat! So, we bought the perfect spot and created our own special place. Rainbow's End Bed & Breakfast takes you back to a less hectic time. The old ranch manager's home on our historic property has been renovated into a four bedroom/four bath bed and breakfast. We've decorated with antiques and period pieces. Somewhat unique among B&Bs, ours is a separate guest house. Our resident guests have a living/dining/kitchen great room, complete with a fireplace and two patios all to themselves. We live nearby in another historic home on the property. Our bucolic setting has grassland and mountain views, yet is on the very edge of Sonoita, Arizona with its restaurants, shops and proximity to area attractions.

La Hacienda de Sonoita
City: Sonoita
Tel: +1 520 455 5308
It is set in a timeless place against a background of dramatic beauty. Anywhere you go you are surrounded by breathtaking views of the Whetstone and Mustang mountains to the east, and picturesque sunsets over the majestic Santa Ritas.History's paintbrush has touched this dramatic canvas. Ancient Indians cultures, Spanish explorers, evangelizing missionaries, Buffalo Soldiers, cattle ranchers, miners, railroaders, Indian Chiefs, gunfighters, outlaws and hardy pioneers have all left their mark on the ever-changing landscape. You are invited to have a vicarious experience of the West that will just plain make you feel good.

Sonoita Inn
City: Sonoita
Tel: +1 520 455 5935
Located in the renovated La Pradera (Spanish for "the meadows") at the crossroads of scenic state routes 82 and 83, the Sonoita Inn is a one-of-a-kind western country lodge that captures local history and flavor. The great racehorse inspired the building, which was designed by the owner of Secretariat -Margaret Charmichael -.A get-away in Southern Arizona's gorgeous high desert grasslands, the Sonoita Inn features spacious rooms, which provide scenic views of the surrounding mountains and grasslands. The area boasts a rich diversity of activities, cuisine, music, art, culture and history that will satisfy most anyone's tastes.

Rancho Milagro Bed and Breakfast
City: Sonoita
Tel: +1 520 455 0381
This region is internationally known as a premier bird watching destination; visitors from all over the world come to see over 200 species of rare and exotic birds that migrate from Mexico to this southeastern tip of Arizona. The Patagonia-Sonoita Creek, Lower San Pedro, Madera Canyon, Canelo Hills and Ramsey Canyon Preserves offer hundreds of rare birds that migrate from Mexico. These areas are the northern most point of migration for most of these birds.Rancho Milagro Bed and Breakfast offers scenic accommodations, nestled in the high grasslands of Southeastern Arizona. It is surrounded by the majestic mountain ranges of the Santa Ritas, Mustangs and Huachucas.This Tucson Arizona Bed and Breakfast is a scenic 40-mile drive to Nogales, Sonora, where Mexican arts, crafts, music and fine food abound. The historic towns of Tombstone, Bisbee and Douglas are nearby, as is the artist's colony of Tubac. Kartchner Caverns and the museum at Fort Huachuca are a must to see.


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