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Reviewed 26 November 2015

We stay here for two nights while attending the NXR regional cross-country race held in Casa Grande. We found it easily with GPS. It is probably only 10 – 15 minutes from the main commercial area of Casa Grande where the hotels and main shopping areas are located (Target, Kohls, Walmart, Dillards as several others). (FYI, we initially turned into the owner’s private driveway, which is about 30 yards before the B&B entrance.) There are other houses around, but the landscaping around the B&B hides everything and makes it feel secluded. The B&B sits on a good size piece of land and has a beautiful desert landscape. The B&B has three rooms and an indoor/outdoor breakfast area, and it was built specifically as a B&B. All of the rooms and the breakfast area are accessed by walking on the sidewalk around the one-story, southwest-style building. Each room has its own large enclosed patios area outside the door with a 6-foot wall, and table and chairs. The innkeepers’ house is separate.

We were in the Sonoran Room, which is a studio with a kitchenette (fridge, sink, microwave, glasses and utensils). There is an electric fireplace, but I could not get it to work. The bed and bedding were very comfortable. There are a couple of nice chairs in the room. The air conditioning was controlled by an individual unit near the ceiling, controlled with a remote. This was modern, relatively quiet, and worked well. The shower is part of the same room, with a boulder wall as the only separation. The bathroom sink is also part of the same room with a small dividing wall behind the bed. The toilet is separate but only has swinging half doors (like a saloon). Not a lot of privacy. There is no TV, but the Internet was good. Everything was clean, in good repair and well decorated. The owners are very friendly. Breakfast was excellent both days that we stayed. They were very helpful providing information about the surrounding area. We ended up heading down to the Saguaro National Forest (West Side) and did some driving and hiking. We also went to the Sonoran Desert Museum, which was excellent – much better than I expected. We also visited the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, which was worth the 30 minute trip and took about an hour to view the film, and tour the ruins and the visitors center. If you are staying in the area, the Shadowcatcher is a great option and a good value.

  • Stayed: November 2015, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 5 February 2015 via mobile

We were on our way to Tucson from Phoenix and needed an overnight place to break up our ride. It was available on short notice and close to the Casa Grande National Monument which we planned to ran and crew visit. The B&B was nestled at the foothills of the mountain range. It was an attractive pueblo Casa. Room was clean and comfortable. Neal and Cathy were excellent hosts. Breakfast was delicious.

  • Stayed: February 2015
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Thank Hyprun
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Reviewed 27 January 2015

My fiancee and I live in two different cities and were looking for a place to meet. We found this little slice of heaven nestled in Casa Grande. I was greeted by one of the owners upon arrival with a warm smile and friendly hand shake. The room was beautiful and EXACTLY as pictured on their website. It was clean and very luxurious super cozy too. The next morning at breakfast we met Cathy (owner/cook/sweetest lady I have ever met) :) Her cocking was only something I have experienced in high end resorts. WOW!! Fresh, tasty and presented in a TOP NOTCH form. She informed us of many local activities to do in the area and made many suggestions on where to eat. I was amazed at how much time, effort and creativity was placed on this wonderful place. We look forward to returning in the near future. Not only have we found a NEW place to visit but have met some wonderful NEW friends. THANK YOU!!

  • Stayed: January 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank marla69132
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Reviewed 4 August 2014 via mobile

Perfect in every way. One of the hottest days I have ever experienced. 116 degrees upon arrival and still 99 degrees at midnight. Yet, the room, the owner's and the area was as cool as can be. JUST RIGHT. THANKS!!!

Stayed: July 2014, travelled with family
Thank loopn18
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Reviewed 19 March 2014

Hands down a wonderful place to stay...even if it is the only B&B around the area. The place is warm, inviting, and very relaxing. We were greeted as if we were old friends and made to feel welcome. Loved the décor of our room! Was very spacious, clean and tastefully decorated. Yes, there are no doors to the bathroom area or the shower, but because of the layout of the room there is still some privacy. The breakfast was nicely done and very fresh. We couldn't have asked for a better place to stay and relax.

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank Homewardbound12
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