An enchanting oasis surrounded by the beauty of Southern Arizona
Enjoy fine cuisine, comfortable accommodations and breathtaking scenery... Casa de San Pedro - A Naturalists Haven in SE Arizona.
The Most Romantic Inn in Arizona - A Naturalists Haven!
Casa de San Pedro Bed and Breakfast is a nationally-acclaimed Arizona inn 90 miles from Tucson, near Ramsey Canyon, Bisbee, and Sierra Vista. The Inn is on 10 acres adjacent to the San Pedro River and Riparian National Conservation Area. Here you can view 355 species of birds and hundreds of butterflies. Experts agree Casa de San Pedro is one of the most romantic Arizona getaways and the most upscale Southern Arizona Bed and Breakfast. Naturalists, bird watchers, history buffs and environmentalists herald the inn as a world-class accommodation with a heart. One seasoned travel writer exclaimed that the Casa is "90 miles from Tucson, but only inches from Heaven".
- World Class Birdwatching
- Old West History
- Naturalist setting - get close to nature !
- Comfort and Great Hospitality!
Ten guest rooms, each with private baths, are dressed in fine linens and have tables and chairs just outside their windows on the courtyard walkway.
- Now Also Available 1 Guest Suite - One Bedroom, One Bath, Guest Suite that will accommodate up to 4 guests: with Full Bath, TV, Full Kitchen, 1 King Bed in Master Bedroom and a Double Bed (fold out couch) in the Living Room, Patio. Minimum three night stay required. $250/night Sunday through Thursday, $275 Friday & Saturday nights, for up to 4 guests. Breakfasts in the main Dining Room may be added for an extra fee. Light housekeeping is provided every third day (sheet changes, towel refresh, etc). Additional housekeeping services are available at a small additional charge on request.Afternoon pies, coffee/tea all day are included. Perfect for a family or small groups.
Guests enjoy sitting by the courtyard and savoring the afternoon light with a piece of our home-made pie or a glass of wine. The inn offers a perfect setting for your birding adventure, hiking, biking or other nature focused exploration, and for romantic getaways or family reunions and weddings - or just relaxing in the warm hospitality provided by your hosts.
Our Arizona inn captures the atmosphere of the old inns of Spain and Mexico, where visitors were treated as invitados bienmirado (highly regarded and honored guests) and were lavished with personal attention. At Casa de San Pedro, you are invitados bienmirado. Our goal is to provide you a special experience and ensure your comfort while visiting Southeastern Arizona.
ENJOY THE GLORY OF SE ARIZONA! - If you enjoy GREAT birding, SUNSHINE, and gentle breezes, Mountain Canyons filled with birds - NOW is the perfect time to come to SE Arizona and Casa de San Pedro.
- Plan now for your Winter into Spring Birding Adventures - Here we are already in February 2015 (Happy Valentines Day, Presidents Day and Happy Birding !) But now is definately the time to plan your visits to SE Arizona for the Spring Migration. Our Sandhill Cranes are still here in abundance along with our incredible list of Winter Birds but Spring Migration is right around the corner! Book Now to be srue you can get a room for an outstanding birding adventure. March, April and May book up early so if you are considering a Springtime jaunt to SE Arizona now is the best time to make your reservations (some dates are already filling up!).
- Many local festivals and special events are scheduled throughout the Spring months in Bisbee, Sierra Vista, and at the vineyards in Wilcox and Elgin.
- The Southwest Wings Spring Festival is held the first week of May - HINT: Guess when the best Spring Migration is? Yep - April and May!
- In January 2016 we will co-host a trip to Panama with our friend Peg Abbott of Naturalist Journeys. Join us for an adventure to another of the world's best naturalist habitats, with great birding and excellent guides and lodging. Details soon at www.naturalistjourneys.com
- Birding 103 with Kathe Anderson, February 28 & March 1, 2015
Whether you have taken Birding 101 and 102, or just want to learn more about bird identification generally, this workshop should expand your knowledge in understanding two additional elements:
Evening of Saturday Feb 28: For about an hour, starting at 7:15, we’ll talk about bird families and habitats: First, we’ll discuss the basic taxonomy of birds—which has changed some in last decade! We’ll review some biology classification basics, then move onto common bird families found in Arizona and their characteristics. Second, we’ll concentrate on the seven basic different habitats in Arizona, and what they offer for bird species diversity. Arizona is the third birdiest state after Texas and California—find out why!
Morning walk: Approximately 4 hours, we’ll visit at least 3 different habitats to see what shows up in each spot, and compare what we see. Wrap up back at the Casa to review the list of birds we've seen and answer questions.
Early bird bonus, Sat., Feb 28: watch the feeders with Kathe Anderson from 5-5:45pm to identify and discuss the birds that stop by.
The program is $25/person.
Leave the program with a handout that provides an overview for bird classification and identifies AZ’s seven basic habitats, and some tips for identifying similar species by the habitat in which they are found.
So come to SE Arizona, relax, exeprience fabulous birding, and be cool (or MUCH warmer than the Polar Vortex northern and central states - yikes !)