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All reviewssmall fridgemassage servicepleasant place to staysouthern azvisiting bisbeebed was comfortablecoffee makerstayed two nightsseparate bedroomin towna wonderful staywe've stayedmaggietrinityunitsaunatendency
We enjoyed this B & B because of it's natural surroundings; hugh trees with throngs of melodious birds, intriguing niches to explore, and meandering trails to wander. It's also tucked between two roads with delightful homes sitting side by side, each unique in it's design...More
1 Thank RobinByler
Response from theGardens, Owner at The Gardens At Mile High RanchResponded 19 October 2012
Thank you for this wonderful review, we are so lucky to have guests that are so loving and that you bring your peace and happiness with you!
At September's end, my husband and I stayed 2 nights at The Gardens through a groupon getaway. Upon arriving, we were cheerfully greeted by Trinity, who was very welcoming and pleasant. She presented us with a bottle of white wine and showed us to our...More
My husband and I wanted a weekend away for our anniversary and wanted to try somewhere new that we hadn't been to before. He picked this darling, quaint and wonderful location. I wouldn't change a thing. Just far enough from the activity of downtown Bisbee...More
Usually a B & B includes breakfast. We were told that breakfast would be extra--and there weren't homemade cookies, much less a bottle of wine! I don't know what that reviewer did to deserve the amenities. The room was quaint, but fine.More
2 Thank suzwil67
Response from theGardens, Owner at The Gardens At Mile High RanchResponded 13 September 2012
I am sorry if this guest was confused about our food policies. We offer a continental breakfast as an OPTION. This saves our guests some money if they are bringing their own (we have kitchens in some units) or if they want to explore our...More
Early June usually signals the start of a giant whirlwind on our house called summer time. My step children arrive no later than the 25th and stay until the end of August. During that time my husband and I get very little together time let...More