Mi Gatita (my little cat) ... was built on land that was once part of the historic Navarro Ranch and sits high on a rise overlooking Tucson and several mountain ranges. Ours is a true desert home, with cool tile and fans for the warm weather, and fireplaces to take the chill off the nights and winter mornings.
The authentic Mexican-style country hacienda is made up of three adobe-hued casitas - a "sleeping house" for their very private bed and breakfast guestrooms, a guest house, and the main house with its fireplace/sitting area, den, library, kitchen, and dining area. The casitas are joined by covered brick and tile walkways, open to the air and birds. Rare carved Tarahumara Indian posts line the guestroom porch.
Come relax in their sunshine or breezy shade. Watch a thunderstorm travel 75 miles across the valley. In hot weather, take a dip in the pool. See the sun set as it does nowhere else. Stay up late for crystal clear nights with starry skies.
San Blas Room
Large saltillo-tiled room with queen bed, sitting area with equipale furniture, and Mexican tile bathroom. This bright room has a fireplace framed in hand-carved wooden tiles, a window wall with views of the twinkling night-lights of Tucson, a porch with rockers and a swing, and a private garden patio with flowering ocotillo fence.
A spacious suite of two bedrooms joined by a Mexican tile bathroom. San Carlos has a queen bed, writing desk, and reading chair. Cozumel has two twins in a daybed, a well-stocked corner library, and a table and chair set painted by a local artist. Flower bed patio with terrace view. Perfect for families.Mi Gatita Bed and Breakfast
14085 Avenida Haley Road South
Sahuarita, Arizona, 85629
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