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Tombstone Bordello
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Reviewed 24 February 2014

This is an adorable B&B within very close walking distance to the tourist attractions of Tombstone. The owners are charming and are very knowledgeable about the history of the house (it used to be a bordello and was moved from the old down town in the 1900's to its current location), as well as Tombstone and Wild West history. The breakfast is generous and the back yard and pool are nice for relaxing after a day of sightseeing.

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled with friends
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Thank WildWestTourist
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Reviewed 12 February 2014

It took me a while to get this review up but I absolutely have to say that our honeymoon was perfect. The number one reason is because we stayed here at the Bordello. Lynda and Dusty are the PERFECT hostess/host. We felt so comfortable in this B&B. They had wonderful ideas and advice on what places to see while we were in town. We stayed several nights and were sad to leave. But we look forward to seeing them on our anniversary. It may be a day trip...but we will be stopping in to say hello!! Thanks to you two.

  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Crystal K
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Reviewed 22 January 2014

We stayed one night. We were travelling with our friends, so occupied two rooms on the lower level. We chose this Bed and Breakfast because of the reviews. It fell short of our expectations. For the price, we thought it would be cleaner and the hot breakfast would be a little more than fried eggs, toast and bacon. The "powder" room on the main level was not clean. Our private bathrooms could have been cleaner too. When asked about this, Linda's response was that they had been very busy but everything had been cleaned. Appearance speaks for itself.

We have stayed at many Bed & Breakfasts and this was probably our least favorite.

  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank LUVTRVLNE
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Reviewed 13 January 2014

We have been to Tombstone several times in the past, and for this visit, we chose the Tombstone Bordello on Allen Street, just a five-minute walk away from the action and shops of Old Tombstone. The owners, Dusty & Linda, are from England and have many interesting stories about the house and the area.

We stayed in the Miner's Cabin, with its Western decor and a private bathroom and kitchenette. The room was clean, quiet and cozy, and the beds were very comfortable. The Cabin didn't have a TV, but that was no big deal. We had our laptop (there's free WiFi), so we could watch movies at night as we relaxed after our all-day treks. The bathroom had a tub with shower, sink and toilet--all were clean, and fresh towels were re-stocked every day. There is no central heating or cooling in the Cabin, but there is a window A/C unit for hot weather, and two heating units and an electric fireplace that made the Cabin toasty-warm.

For the ghost afficionados out there, the Bordello is haunted, with lots of spirit energy floating around inside. I encountered a male entity in the Miner's Cabin, who revealed that he was a miner who had been murdered (who wasn't in those days!), but had never lived in the Cabin. I captured an EVP or two on my voice recorder, and several orb photos in the Cabin. Reputedly, the Bordello has several spirits, but the only one I encountered was the teasing male spirit in the Cabin, who kept waking me up during the night. My second night was more restful, after I told the spirit to leave me alone.

There is a swimming pool, a hot tub and a barbeque grill out back, as well as outdoor seating for meals and a vine-covered gazebo with comfortable patio furniture. The diningroom can seat up to 18 people, and a highchair is available for the little ones. The breakfasts are well-cooked and delicious--fresh fruit, bacon, sausage, fresh eggs over easy, hash browns and toast on one day, and fresh fruit, ham, sausage, scrambled eggs, home-fried potatoes and pancakes the next, with orange juice and tea, coffee, or milk. Yummm!!!

The Tombstone Bordello is quiet and cozy, reasonably priced and well-worth the money spent.

Room Tip: The Miner's Cabin is quiet and cozy, and offers more privacy with its private entrance and semi-detached location at the back of the main building. It's the only room with its own kitchenette, where you can store perishables in the refridgerater or whip up a meal on the gas stove. Pots, pans, dishes, and utensils are provided. You can heat up those delicious leftovers in the microwave, and store ice cream or frozen yogurt in the freezer. There's also a coffeemaker, for those of you who like afternoon coffee. There's a full kitchen sink for quick clean-ups, and a dining table and chairs with seating for four.
  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled with family
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3  Thank LadyKathryn7777
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Reviewed 13 January 2014

We stayed two nights at the Bordello and everything was perfect. Lynda, the host, was great and interesting to talk to. We had complete freedom of the place. The location is perfect - a very short walk from the center of town. However, we were must disappointed in the night life in Tombstone. There seemed very little reason to stay after sundown. On Tuesday nights there is the local pensioners jam session in the saloon which was great - but even then everything shut down at 9pm. On our other night there we felt guilty to be still awake at 7pm . Come on Tombstone - cater for us tourists - you have the location, the venues and the potential atmosphere but its is all unrealised. But this is no reflection on the Tombstone Bordello which was great.

  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Elvis78rpm
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