Serentry in Warm Sunny Arizona Near Tubac

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Front ViewHome with 2 Car GarageKitchen w/ View of Elephant RockLiving Room w/ HD TVFenced Yard w/ Patio FurnitureKitchen w/ Micro & DWOther PhotosDiscover Arizona's FloraMadera CanyonMadera CanyonMadera Canyon HikingOther Photos

From $78 / night

Serentry in Warm Sunny Arizona Near Tubac
2 bedrooms
5 guests
7 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 5
Type: Home
Per week: $750
Per month: $2,350
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: No
Description of the Tubac vacation home rental
This 2 bedroom home and office is just outside the outskirts of Tubac Arizona where sunshine, good restaurants,
a state park and a national park is nearby. There are attractions to all directions so you'll want to stay awhile and explore. Hiking, biking, cycling, golfing and shopping are very popular here. The home is fully furnished with 2 queen size bedrooms and nice furniture and awesome views. It also includes a kitchenette, sofa and love seat in the living room with lots of lighting, washer, dryer, range, refrigerator, dishwasher and a full range of cookware and dinner ware.

Maryann Kinzel

Area Information
Your views include the Tumacacori Mountains with a nice vie w of the famous Lord Becal and Elephant Rock. Home includes 2 HD TV's with Showtime and HBO, covered patio, 2 car garage and fenced yard. This is a non-smoking unit but a dog that is over 2 years old that is fixed is allowed.
There are over 10 golf courses nearby for the golfers and there is plenty of shopping, fine art and jewelry shops and historical places for those who don't golf. The best thing about this area is the warm, sunny area and the mild climate. The Titan Museum and Madera Canyon are nearby and Carlbad Carverns are close too. The area is filled with rich Spanish and Mexican history and the people are warm, friendly and welcome visitors.
This area is peaceful and calm and you can see deer and birds. This is a major corridor for birds to travel north and south, so you'll want to do some birdwatching. It is as close as your backdoor as there is a birdbath and bird feeder on the property.
Arizona Vineyards are popular roadside attraction in Nogales on the way to Mexico. Located less than one hour from the resort, the wines are unique and have classic Southwestern names such as Rattlesnake Red, Desert Dust and Coyote Red.
Arizona Vineyards
1830 E. Patagonia Hwy., Rt. 82, Nogales

I-19 south to Exit 289 then turn left on E. Ruby Rd. Turn right on Pendleton Dr. then right on Circulo Montana. Make a right on Patagonia Lake Rd. and left onto AZ-82.

Callaghan Vineyards
About an hour south of Tucson, the Callaghan Vineyards have been producing award-winning wines for over fifteen years. Owner Kent Callaghan aptly named his 17-acre vineyard "Buena Suerte" (or "Good Luck" in Spanish) and has won many kudos for his fine wines, including the highly-praised 1996 Fumé Blanc. The winery is open Friday thru Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Callaghan Vineyards
336 Elgin Rd., Elgin

I-10 to Exit 281 then take Route 83 thru Sonoita. Go four miles to Elgin Rd., then turn left at the "Elgin Wine Country" sign and go three more miles to the vineyard.

Sonoita Vineyards
Another winery near Mr. Callaghan's establishment is the Sonoita Vineyards. Co-owner Dr. Gordon Dutt was a soil scientist at the University of Arizona when he and A. Blake Brophy established their first experimental vineyard in 1973. They found that the high altitude (5,000 feet) soil is nearly identical to the soils of Burgundy, France. The 20-acre vineyard now produces over 10,000 gallons per year. Their 1986 Cabernet Sauvignon had the distinction of being served at the White House. The winery is open 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., seven days a week.
Sonoita Vineyards
H.C. 1, Box 33, Elgin
Follow I-10 to Exit 281 then take Route 83 thru Sonoita. Go four miles to Elgin Rd. then turn left at the "Elgin Wine Country" sign. Four miles past the Village of Elgin Vineyards, turn right at the Sonoita Vineyards sign. Proceed 2.5 miles to the vineyard.

About the owner

Owner Profile

Maryann Kinzel

Maryann Kinzel

Maryann Kinzel

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    At Bernard High
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    Love to garden, see the bird life, and visit historical places and see the sum shine every morning. I grew up near the beach in Southern California and have live there, Washington, Mississippi, Puerto Rico and Nicaragua. I love to travel, and love family and friends....
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Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jan 24 2016 Apr 30 2017 - - $750 $2,350 1 Week
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Deposits: None, but the owner expects that the dishes are done and the home is left free from animal wastes and in good condition. A two week stay is preferred. Fifty per cent of the fees are due to book the dates and 50% is due prior to staying. Fees are non-refundable.
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, Personal Check, Visa
Other Fees: Wi Fi throughout most of the house.There is no cleaning nor security deposit but owner expects that all animal poop should be disposed and to take care of the home as if it were your home. There is now espn for the sports fans.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are the most fun things to do at my vacation rental?
A: Escape the cold of the snow and experience sunshine and great weather. This is a perfect place for hikers, bird watchers and golfers. The food here is modestly priced and there are produce all year around. There are museums, a state park, and a national park nearby and plenty of shopping in the village. If you want to venture out to Mexico, there are many shopping places and restaurants to explore. At night, you can relax and stargaze.
Q: What make my vacation rental special?
A: Many of the other vacation rentals are sandwiched between other rentals and do not allow for the quiet serenity of this quiet location. You also have amazing bird life in the back yard and you can see all of the bird life on the property for Review No. 24. There are no stairs and the sidewalks so it is easy for those who have trouble walking. The doorways to the bathrooms and bedrooms are not handicapped width, but it is an open floor plan so easy mobility.
Q: What are the coolest nearby activities?
A: Walking down the Anza Trail and venturing down by the Santa Cruz River. Going to Mexico and exploring another culture, but sleeping in a quiet place thereafter.
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