One-Bedroom Cottage for Rent near the Coronado National Forest, ArizonaBisbee, Arizona (United States of America)
One-Bedroom Cottage for Rent near the Coronado National Forest, Arizona
Set near the Coronado National Forest, this cottage for rent comes set with one bedroom, one bathroom and can sleep up to two guests. It features a screened-in porch and a wood-burning stove. The bedroom offers a queen-size bed, linens, a dresser, and plenty of space. There is a living room with plenty of plush seating, a fully-equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and outdoor seating. Additionally, this cottage rental has floor-to-ceiling windows for viewing the birds in the yard.
There are no televisions, but each cottage is equipped with high-speed Wi-Fi internet. They each come with fully-equipped kitchens and plenty of cookware.
Guests will also find an on-site labyrinth. For those unfamiliar with the term, a labyrinth is a pattern with a single winding path that leads from the entrance to the center. A labyrinth is unicursal, that is, there is only one path. It is intended to be a meditative and contemplative act, and many cultures integrate walking meditation into their spiritual practices.
- Linens and pillows
- Cooking basics
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Arizona tax is $7.26 per night.
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Location and surroundings
Bisbee, Arizona (United States of America)
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- Wildlife watching
Activities in this area include Queen Mine Tours, private Jeep tours, and the Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory. Guests can also rent bikes with Bisbee Bicycle Company and explore the popular Lavender Pit. For cultural excursions, guests can head to art galleries, historical museums and take a tour with a local guide. At the end of the day, guests can try the local specialties at the Old Bisbee Brewing Company and the Beast Brewing Company.
This host recommends that guests head to the San Pedro House nature center, where they can enjoy birding activities operated by friends of the San Pedro River. This location is about 30 miles out. Second on the list is the Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum–a Smithsonian affiliate museum with accessible and impressive displays of rocks and minerals mined here and only 13 miles out. Lastly, the Chiricahua National Monument–known as Arizona’s “wonderland of rocks"–is a 12,000-acre national park which features incredible rock formations which were carved by ice and water from layers of rhyolite, which was originally ash blown out during the Turkey Creek Volcano eruption 27 million years ago.
Above all, guests can enjoy the calm and relaxing nature of this property. Discover the clarity and brightness of the moon as it rises over the Mule Mountains to the East, relax on the porch of this private cottage and watch the Milky Way begin its immense, vast sprawl across the clear desert sky. Guests can also watch for bats feeding on local desert plants or emptying the hummingbird feeders.