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Nestled in the Tucson Mountains, El Adobe Ranch is within walking distance of Saguaro National Park.

The Ranch offers individual five casitas (cabins) with complete kitchens and fireplaces in an air conditioned environment. The property also contains ramadas, corrals and an eight stall barn on 49 acres.

Located within 20 minutes of downtown Tucson, visitors will also receive a complimentary breakfast in a secluded environment.

Location: 4630 North El Adobe Ranch Rd, Tucson Arizona 85745 Telephone 520-743-3525 Fax 297-2080

Other Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns nearby:
(Tucson) Agave Grove Bed & Breakfast
(Tucson) Araibi Place Bed & Breakfast
(Tucson) Arizona Bed and Breakfast Association
(Tucson) Armory Park Guesthouse
(Mount Lemmon) Aspen Trail Bed & Breakfast
(Tucson) Bienestar Bed & Breakfast

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