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Phoenix, Arizona
Reviewed 9 July 2008

I am not sure what to make of this place. It's about five minutes from town and if I went to Bisbee again I would pay extra to stay in Old Town Bisbee. The Calumet house is decorated head to toe with "stuff" some of which is strange. For example, on the window ledge in the living room the owner...

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Phoenix, Arizona
Reviewed 7 July 2008

Stayed here with my in-laws at Xmas 2004. The place seemed to have a lot of work put into it by the owners. But as a younger person it just wasn't my style. I can't fault them for that. There is a huge mining rock dump across the street I do remember breakfast taking a very long time...

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1Thank Moody751
Arizona
Reviewed 18 March 2008

Our stay at this B&B was was unpleasant enough that we couldn't wait to go home. Although the main house is nicely decorated, we stayed in the "Executive Suite," which was not very classy -- dusty silk flowers, really hard mattress, window blinds were broken -- and was kind of creepy in that it had perfume, lipsticks, and clutter around...

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2Thank ChristineArizona
Tucson, AZ
Reviewed 29 November 2007

We just booked our second Christmas sojourn to this little slice of Victorian elegance in the S.W. The house is decorated to give you the sense of staying at your grandmother's home and nothing could be a more calming, restful and sensual pleasure than that. Room number 1 has a solarium type addition housing a jacuzzi bathtub that soaks the...

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Arizona
Reviewed 17 August 2007

I've wanted to stay at this B&B since I found out it existed, almost eight years ago. So finally my husband and I took a much needed break and headed down to Bisbee in August 2007. From the exterior you'd think you were in the southwest, which of course you are, but inside this is no hacienda. The interior decor...

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1Thank ArizonaSunny
Mesa, AZ
Reviewed 24 May 2007

The guest house is full of beauitful antiques and architectural detail... nice patio, great AC and shower, very comfortable. Breakfast was cooked to order and excellent. (Watch out -- the pancakes are the size of UFOs!) Got to play with onsite poodles and kittycat. Garden area was full of lush succulents. Met interesting people, had great conversations. Just a few...

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richmond
Reviewed 25 April 2007

This was a really neat place to stay. It is a victorian home. Bisbee is an interesting town and definitely worth a trip. We had a very enjoyable stay.

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2Thank va_traveler_Richmond
arizona city
Reviewed 5 February 2007

B& B located in quiet neighborhood away from downtown bar noise. Cozy entry is filled w/ plants and charming intimate seating. We immediately felt right at home. Victorian-eclectic decor w/ all sorts of interesting memorabilia everywhere. One room even had an adjacent private spa. Our friends stayed upstairs in the Beige Room; we could have held a bowling tournament there....

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Happy Jack, Arizona
Reviewed 19 January 2007

First, I'd like to take a moment to rebut some of the reviews I read about this Bed and Breakfast. To begin with, Bisbee Arizona was in its heyday around the turn of the 20th century. Joy, the owner, makes an enormous effort to capture and recreate for you the atmosphere and ambiance of the Elizebethan era. The rooms are...

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1Thank AzChupacabra
Detroit, Michigan
Reviewed 4 January 2007

We had tried to get a room at another Bisbee B&B which was full, so the owner of it referred us to the Calumet and Arizona Guest House. We were pleasantly surprised by it as we had no idea what to expect. Our rooms were large, well appointed, and clean. The breakfasts were made to order by Joy and were...

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  • Free Parking
  • Free Breakfast
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  • Family Rooms
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  • Refrigerator in room
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  • Free Parking
  • Free Breakfast

Additional Information about Calumet and Arizona Guest House

Address: 608 Powell St, Bisbee, AZ 85603-1435
Region: United States > Arizona > Bisbee
Price Range: $80 - $106 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 2
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“For the best room, find an inn located in the historic downtown area so you can simply park your car and walk everywhere”
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