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Do you like to hike? bike? horseback ride? All these are activities that you can do here at the Spirit Tree Inn B & B. You can bring your own bike or rent one of our Gary Fischer Mountain Bikes. We have two haul-in pens for your horses and we are one half mile away from the Arizona Trail.
The wineries, eleven of them right now, are open Fri thru Sun. Some are open all week and a few are open at other times with an appointment. Check out the Arizona Vines and Wines web site for information. We have two rooms that can be booked for one night.
Birders welcome! This part of
Southeastern Arizona is truly a unique bird watching area where you can spend many
wonderful days finding many unique birds. Our Northern Cardinals can be seen daily as well as Canyon Towhees and Canyon Wrens. We have Black-headed and Say's Phoebes, Acorn and Gila Woodpeckers. We have two Gray Hawks nesting in our canyon. Our Elf Owls are back and Tom calls them in frequently. He will do so until their eggs hatch. The Vermillion Flycatcher is also back chasing the insects down. Many other birds can be seen in our patio
and on the property. Other unique birding areas are within a short
drive. Please call Tom at 520-603-0406 if you would like to come view birds on our property.
Are you active or retired military? We have a discounted rate for you. What better place to come for some peace and quiet, than Spirit Tree Inn B & B. We have discounts for midweek and long term stays too.
We do family and school reunions, girls weekends, weddings, retreats and just plain get-to-gethers. Please call and ask for more details.
You can now book online!!! Make sure you give us an arrival time and any food allergies or dislikes or special diets. Our gourmet breakfasts are geared to meet your needs and at a time of your choosing. We also would like to know your special interests so that we can help you plan your stay.
Read the Article in the Arizona Daily Star on December 27, 2007 about our Amish barn.