Built in 1989, this charming adobe home is situated in an isolated desert setting with a central interior courtyard and views across Avra Valley.
Smoke free premises. 4 units, some two bedrooms. 1 story, exterior corridors.
I-10 exit 257 (Speedway Blvd), 9.5 mi w, 3.8 mi nw on Kinney Rd, 1.4 mi w on Mile Wide Rd, then 0.7 mi s on Camino Del Sapo, follow signs. Located in a quiet, secluded desert area. 11155 W Calle Pima 85743.
Dining & Entertainment
refrigerators, microwaves, wireless Internet.
Sports & Recreation
hot tub, exercise room.
closed 6/15-8/15, check-in 4 pm, 2 night minimum stay, 14 day cancellation notice-fee imposed.
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 11 guests
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Pros: It's nice to stay just outside the city and enjoy the beautiful desert. Very comfortable and the host Dave is a super nice guy. You might think you made a mistake as you drive out of the city, but it really doesn't take long to get there! Worth it!
Pros: I loved our personal patio with the clay,chimera stove, which was vented up and over the top of the patio covering. Also, there was a large hot tube for guests to use. My husband and I jumped into the hot tube just after sunset and watched the stars come out at night. Also, Casa Tierra Adobe is built in true hacienda style, which I love. There is a courtyard in the center with a fountain and some lovely flowering plants. This courtyard is surrounded on 3 (or 2 1/2 sides) by a covered walkway, which is very wide(8 - 10 feet) and has room for comfy chairs, tables and book shelves full of interesting books and magazines and lovely southwestern decorations. There were 2 doors to our room. One door entered onto the inner hacienda courtyard and the other onto the outside, personal, patio. There is a common room which has a couches, computer, tv and two sides of the room are glassed in and overlook the desert--just beautiful. Dave is an excellent host.
Cons: I would have planned our trip to have fewer excursions. My husband and I both agreed that we should have planned to stay another night. We only stayed 2 nights.
Pros: The breakfast we had was outstanding. We were served by Dave the Owner. He made Polenta with a wonderful red sauce. We were celebrating our 25th wedding anniversary. Dave made it very special with a nice bottle of sparkling wine and a chocolate rose on our bed. It was a cozy and comfortable place to stay.
This little B&B was so quaint. It was located in the Sonoran Desert, so there were many birds and magnificent cactus everywhere.
Pros: The entire experience.
Cons: WIFI is a little weak.
Pros: It was remote and peaceful. Dave was a great host.
Pros: Casa Tierra is totally beautiful, and is situated in a stunning part of the Sonora Desert, just on the edge of Saguaro National Park West. Our room was very comfortable and had its own little porch with outdoor fireplace to keep us warm when things god chilly. Dave, the inn keeper, is terrific -- he offered up great suggestions for food and recreation, and made us feel right at home. The breakfast was also delicious! Our only regret was we wished we could have stayed more than one night!
Pros: Everything possible was provided, it was a fantastic location near the National Park. It was so quiet at night, and the night sky was spectacular. The jacuzzi was a bonus and the breakfasts were great