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Crickethead Inn Bed and Breakfast

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Reviewed yesterday

Gateway to experience the Sonoran desert and a crossroads for nature lovers. Welcoming hosts. From communal patio we saw coyotes, javelina, bobcat and many quail and varied bird species. Hiking starts out the back door, but area is access point for trailheads, park visitor center...More

Thank Wayne W
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Crickethead is a wonderful place to stay if you are looking for something off the beaten path that is quite and relaxing. It is outside of Tucson and practically in Saguaro National Park. We woke up everyday and went hiking in the park, and...More

Thank Nicholaus P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Crickethead is a wonderful, relaxing place right in the Sonoran desert. It is a spectacular get-away from the city hustle and bustle, but still very close for activities in and around Tucson. The hospitality offered by Mike and Wayan is about the only thing...More

Thank Bruce R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Really enjoyed our 5 night stay at Crickethead Inn B&B. Great breakfasts. Mike and Wayan are wonderful hosts, and fellow guests were fun to talk to. Enjoyed the views into Saguaro National Park from the back porch, particularly at sunset. Enjoyed the wildlife viewing. We...More

Thank ColorfulClay
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Mike and Wayan are wonderful hosts. The Inn is located "IN" Saguaro National Park. We stayed in two different rooms and both were clean, comfortable, well equipped and artfully decorated. If you have seen National Geographic's 2016 special on Saguaro National Park then you have...More

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Dottie H
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Response from Sizzler#2 | Reviewed this property |
Rooms have an environmentally friendly system that constantly moves air through; no air conditioning, per se. I was there during some extremely hot weather last summer (119*) and was very comfortable in the room.
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"Two rooms in adjacent building offer a bit more room, privacy and better view; but they book fast."
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"Any room is good"
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"There isn't a bad one there"
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"All the rooms are nice but ask for a room in the guest house instead of the main house. They're a little..."
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