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Stampede RV Park
City: Tombstone
Tel: +1 520 457 3738
Located Cochise County, Arizona, it is centrally located within several Arizona attractions such as gold, silver and copper mines, Coronado National Forest, Bisbee & Fort Huachuca. We will welcome you as our guests and can be quite confident our hospitality will be pleasing to you.

Best Western Lookout Lodge
City: Tombstone
Tel: +1 520 457 2223
You do not want to miss a stay at the Best Western Lookout Lodge. Located within easy walking distance to Historic downtown Tombstone. The Best Western Lookout Lodge is a peaceful and relaxing place to stay while you are exploring this fascinating area.The hotel is perched atop a hill and every room has a spectacular view of the Dragoon Mountains. Stroll through the lovely nature garden or sit by the fountain while viewing wildlife. In the evening, experience the brilliant colors of a desert sunset while sitting around the outdoor fire pits and socialize with the owner and other guests. Don't leave your pet at home when you come to this warm and friendly hotel. The owners love animals and T-bone, their black Labrador retriever, will greet you in the lobby.The staff is very knowledgeable and helpful. Their purpose is to make sure you are well taken care of and have a pleasant stay. The owners are always improving the property and adding amenities for guest comfort and satisfaction. They have a new patio bar that serves a wide selection of beer and wine along with pub-style food; and they have recently started construction of a restaurant on the property that is scheduled to open in the spring of 2005.

Curly Bill's Bed & Breakfast
City: Tombstone
Tel: +1 520 457 3858
Enjoy our Beautiful 3800 sq. ft. Adobe Hacienda with Luxury, Upscale Accommodations, And Spanish Courtyard & Desert Gardens.Curly Bills Bed & Breakfast has a lovely private courtyard in front where you can relax and watch the sunsets.We do not accept pets and although no smoking is allowed in the house itself, you can smoke while relaxing and bird watching on our large sun porch and garden area.

Tombstone Boarding House
City: Tombstone
Tel: +1 520 457 3716
The Tombstone Boarding House consists of two 1880 adobe houses surrounded by an 1880 style picket fence. The first house is know as the Blackburn house. In a 19th Century Photo, the south wall of the building was covered by the Tombstone Rose. The home was remodeled and enlarged in the early 1930's.The second house was the original Barrows house where, according to legend, in the 1880's the notorious Buckskin Frank Leslie roomed. While proving to his wife that he could shoot drunk or sober, he shot her silhouette in the wall which was later plastered over.

Larian Motel
City: Tombstone
Tel: +1 520 457 2272
Welcome to the Larian Motel. Built in 1957, the Larian Motel is a landmark in its own right. Continually providing a level of service and "Western Hospitality" to our guests, that usually exceeds their expectations. We are located centrally, "in the heart" of Tombstone's historic district. You may enjoy walking just a block or so to historic attractions such as: O.K. Corral and Historama, Crystal Palace Saloon, Big Nose Kates Saloon, Tombstone Court House, Bird Cage Theatre, The Rose Tree Museum, as well as several other Souvenir Shoppes, Saloons and Museums.

Holiday Inn Express Tombstone
City: Tombstone
Tel: +1 1520 457 9507
The Holiday Inn Express in Tombstone provides 60 guest rooms on two floors, with meeting space for up to 30 people and the famous Express Start Breakfast Bar.

Tombstone Motel
City: Tombstone
Tel: +1 520 457 3478
Family owned and operated, we offer a cozy place to stay while you're away from home. Whether you are looking to rest from your day of travel, or you need a place to vacation, stay at Tombstone Motel. We are also popular with the business crowd.All trail riders converge at the Tombstone Motel for the best western holiday that can be had. Being only 300 feet from downtown Tombstone, you can easily walk to the O.K. Corral, the Bird Cage Theather, and the Cyrstal Palace Saloon. Also in this area is the Long Horn Resturant, Big Nose Kate's Saloon and Six Gun City which feature live gun fight shows that won't put you in boot hill.We have cleared the sagebrush and now have ample parking for all big rigs and large camper trailers. Our orginial adobe motel has been remodeled. Our new rooms are very spacious and well appointed with Queen and King size beds for your comfort. We give every guest a free breakfast each morning in our large convention room featuring the larian room for their convenience, people are saying we are a large bed and breakfast because of the morning chats and the privacy of their own rooms with private bathrooms.

Trail Rider's Inn
City: Tombstone
Tel: +1 520 457 3573
Tucked away in Southern Arizona is the Trail Rider's Inn, located in Tombstone a town right out of Tombstone history. Come visit us in Tombstone and enjoy the old Southwest!! Tombstone, Arizona is "one of the most famous" and historic mining towns in the old west. An old prospector was told he would only find his tombstone in the San Pedro Valley, which was inhabited by the fearless Apache Indians. So he named his first mining claim "Tombstone", which soon became the name of the town.The town is located between the Dragoon and Huachuca mountains on a beautiful high mesa. During its boom period Tombstone was notorious for its brothels, saloons, and gambling houses and is also known for the famous Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday shoot-out against the Clanton's in the 1880's.

Lucky Cuss Cottage Vacation Rentals
City: Tombstone
Tel: +1 520 457 3142
Welcome to Historic Tombstone Arizona and the Lucky Cuss Cottages. We offer tastefully decorated 2 bedroom cottages with full kitchens and are conveniently located just 2 blocks from Tombstone's Historic District. We are off the highway on a quiet street offering peace and tranquility with Beautiful Views of the Dragoon Mountains and the surrounding area.

Tombstone Sagebrush Inn
City: Tombstone
Tel: +1 520 457 2311
Built in January 1947, the Tombstone Sagebrush Inn became home to several western movie stars during the '50's and '60's. After many years of deterioration, Roger and Sue purchased the motel in 1998 and have painstakingly invested much time and money in making sure all of their guests do not miss out on a single aspect of the past preserved in this historic inn.The Tombstone Sagebrush Inn's past guests, including the legends like Maureen O'Hara and John Wayne, surely wish they were here now to enjoy relaxing in the new two-person Jacuzzi tubs in the suites.Relax at the sparkling pool with a book from our in room library, or sit in our garden and watch the birds. You may even choose to pop a steak or burger on the BBQ built for and used by the "Duke," John Wayne.

The Crystal Palace Saloon
City: Tombstone
Tel: +1 520 457 3611
The Crystal Palace of today is the Crystal Palace of yesterday, of a day when life in Tombstone, Arizona was a crazy kaleidoscope of culture and chaos, of good and evil, of battles and Bibles, a colorful and romantic reminder typical of America's last untamed frontier.

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