Description of Glamping Units
This pet-friendly cottage vacation rental is an idyllic haven perfect for a group of four and pets for a unique experience outside of Tucson, Arizona. There is one bedroom with a king-size bed, with plenty of fluffy pillows for a luxurious rest after an exciting day's excursion. There is an additional daybed with a trundle in the bedroom for another two guests. The cottage rental has two full-size bathrooms, one is off the bedroom and the second off the dining room. Glampers can take a soak in the beautiful clawfoot bathtub after a great hike with Fido.
The kitchen is fully-equipped with everything glampers might need to start the day with a full breakfast, to a hearty lunch, and a filling dinner. Outside, in the stunning green yard, there is a hammock where guests can enjoy a good book in the afternoon sun or a nap after exploring the surroundings. Read More
- Air conditioning
- Board games
- Cell service
- Dining table
- Double bed
- DVD player
- Electric blankets
- Extra bed(s)
- Hot plate
- Internet connection
- King-size bed
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Lounge/Living room
- Running water
- Tea kettle
- Towels provided
- Twin/Single Bed
This glamping site offers free Wi-Fi so glampers can touch base with their office, family, and friends, or simply surf the Internet.
There is also a clawfoot bathtub for glampers to soak in after a long day spent exploring the surrounding area and the abundance of activities and sights.
- Dining room
This glamping site may not be safe or suitable for infants under the age of two years old.
Up to two dogs with a 25-pound limit are allowed at this glamping site. Cats are not welcome. Pets must be kenneled or house trained. They must be on a leash when outside on the property and guests must pick up after their dog. Pets must go with glampers when they are on their adventures away from the cottage as there are no facilities to care for pets when away. The pet fee applies to dogs over 10 pounds. Read More
Location + Surroundings
This glamping cottage is located in a straw bale community, surrounded by neighbors whose homes are all straw bale as well. This eco-friendly cottage located in the Southwest Desert in the Southeast corner of Cochise County, Arizona. The site is surrounded by history, Cochise, Geronimo, Coronado, Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, Tombstone, The Chiricahua Mountains, Cochise Stronghold. Glampers will be just half a mile from the Whitewater Draw where thousands of Sandhill Cranes come to winter from mid-October through to late February and early March.
There will be plenty to do and lots to see for ultimate relaxation at this glamping site and additionally, for those who would like to explore the area further, they can travel to Tucson, that is less than two hours away and offers lots of historical culture and architecture. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 7 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a full refund.
- If the guest cancels within 7 days of check in: The guest will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay.
- Bird watching
Glampers will find lots of wildlife here, including two pairs of Great Horned Owl, Sandhill Crane, Blue Heron, several species of Hawk, Coyote, and many other desert dwellers.
For those who prefer leisure time, spend an afternoon unwinding and relaxing on the grounds of Sandhill Cottage. This cottage offers intrigue, class, and comfort. With the laid back and fun motif, glampers are sure to enjoy their stay whether they are here to relax or spend their day with the birds of the Whitewater Draw.
Glampers can spend their days exploring the area that surrounds this glamping site, and visit the national parks around, as well as traveling to Tucson where they can explore the culture and heritage of this city.
There is a pond among many trees that was started by Native Americans years ago to dig for clay for their pottery. Once depleted it filled in with water, hence the pond. Many birds, ducks, a blue heron, turtles, fish, and frogs call the pond their home. There is also a pair of Great Horned owls that live in the desert oasis.