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We stayed at Crickethead as a jumping off point for exploring the desert west of Tucson. The host were very friendly, warm and helpful. We felt very welcomed in their home. Rooms were very clean and the breakfast food was wonderful along with the conversations....More
My wife and I first visited the Crickethead B&B about a year ago and loved it. Again this year I needed an escape from our Minnesota winter, but my wife was not able to go because of work. So after a sincere "I'm so sorry...More
Crickethead Inn was recommended by my family, who live in Tucson, and I am so thankful they saved me from the sterile comfort of an airport hotel (and I am generally quite happy in an airport hotel)! Located adjacent to Saguaro National Park, this inn,...More
Completely isolated and just fifteen minutes from the bustle of the city of Tucson sits the Crickethead Inn and Bed and Breakfast. It sits at the end of a dirt and rock road surrounded by the desert and on the border of the Saguaro National...More
We keep coming back to Crickethead Inn. There is magic there, plenty of it. The hosts love the desert and its delightful creatures, and this B&B nestles among the Saguaros and the peace and tranquility with all the respect that appropriate architecture can offer. Every...More
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Rooms have an environmentally friendly system that constantly moves air through; no air conditioning, per se. I was there during some extremely hot weather last summer (119*) and was very comfortable in the room.