The Bisbee Inn isn't exactly what I've come to expect as a "Bed & Breakfast" place, but I'm not complaining. The rooms are comfortable and well furnished with antiques and hand-made quilts. The owner is super nice and happy to chat, and her son who takes over at 5pm is very friendly and helpful. We enjoyed them a lot.
Breakfast is do-it-yourself since the desk isn't manned until 9. The kitchen is stocked with the basics-- OJ, coffee, milk, cereal, breads, etc... and there's another refrigerator to keep your own stash of food in, if you want to cook, or if you want to have your restaurant leftovers heated up in their microwave for lunch.
Parking is convenient. Nice restaurants nearby.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Bisbee Inn has been in continuous operation since it opened in 1917 as a miners' hotel. It was completely renovated in 1995 but has retained its historical integrity. It is a wonderful opportunity to experience the past with modern amenities. Ghosts are included in the price. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Hotel La More / The Bisbee Bisbee