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Category Archives: Lodging – In Tombstone

Come stay at the site of Virgil Earp's home in Tombstone. This new bed & breakfast lodging offers four unique bedrooms each with private bath, DirecTV, flat screen TV, BluRay player, and wireless WiFi. Gourmet breakfasts served daily. Secure online

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Tombstone Monument Ranch is located 2 ½ miles from the center of the West’s most iconic cowboy town, “Tombstone, Arizona.” We are situated in the Tombstone hills in Cochise County, and the ranch is surrounded by historic mines, hand dug

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Business: Tombstone Miners Cabins
Email Address:
 minerscabins@yahoo.com
Website Address:
 www.minerscabins.com
Facebook Address: www.facebook.com/TombstoneMinersCabin
Location: 787 E. Allen Street, Tombstone AZ 85638

Cozy Cabins with Private Balconies overlooking the Mining District and desert landsape.

Tombstone's newest and most authentic lodging

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Welcome to the Tombstone Bordello, once a home to the ladies of the evening, now a Full Service Bed and Breakfast in historic Tombstone, Arizona.   The Tombstone Bordello offers 9 tastefully decorated rooms to choose from, each of which features

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Boutique style hotel with 60 guest rooms, many with panoramic mountain views. We also feature our signature hot breakfast, nightly entertainment options, heated pool/spa, fire pit & gazebo and knowledgeable staff ready to assist you in planning your Wild West

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T. Miller's Tombstone Mercantile is Tombstone Arizona's most unique Antique and Cowboy Collectibles store located at 530 E. Allen Street, right on the "Main Drag" of historic Tombstone Arizona. A virtual collector's paradise, T. Miller's Tombstone Mercantile & Hotel offers

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Wanted, Sleepy people!

Welcome to the Larian Motel. Tombstone Arizona lodging at its finest! Built in 1952, the Larian Motel is a Tombstone landmark in its own right. Continually providing a level of service and Western Hospitality to our guests,

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Conveniently located on historic Allen Street just yards from the OK Corral, the Birdcage Theatre and Big Nose Kate's Saloon... you won't miss a bit of the action. Authentically dresses towns people, gunfights and re-enactments of the infamous shoot-out at

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Visit Tombstone and experience a real, living, historic western town. Walk the same streets as Wyatt Earp, Doc Holiday, and the Clantons, and stay in a room in the building where they kept their horses.

The original Adobe building of

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