Hacienda style casita with full kitchen, central cooling, bathroom, private entrance, cactus garden, and swimming pool. Near downtown, airport, and ASU. Restaurants and gyms nearby. Steps to walking/bike trail, and minutes from South Mountain hiking trails. No children. Prefer longer term bookings.
Note: Please check our other listing at same location: Master Suite Base of South Mountain in Phoenix.
The guest house for two or three is attached to the main house; it has separate entrance and amenities include central cooling and heating:
•located on hacienda property near South Mountain
•Full kitchen, air conditioning, shower
•Sleeps two to three: King size bed and futon
•Access to pool
•Minutes from Downtown Phoenix, Sky Harbor International Airport, Arizona State University, Light Rail parking lot, South Mountain Park
•Shopping and restaurants nearby
•Close to walking trails, bike trails,
•Not wheelchair accessible
•No children under sixteen (we love children but too many distractions), No pets
Guests have separate entrance and thus can have all the privacy they wish.
Accès des voyageurs
There is a cactus garden next to guest house, and access to courtyard with the pool, fireplace (that we never use) and cactus garden.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We are available for anything guests might need. And of course, we enjoy interacting with our guests.
We have a LCD TV with DVD player, but not Blu-ray. It receives over the air Phoenix channels (airwave channels). The TV is in living room.
The kitchen is stocked with: dishes and flatware (setting for four), some pots, pans and cooking utensils. There is also a microwave, 5-cup coffeepot, toaster, electric kettle for boiling water and a slow cooker. The refrigerator (new), stove, and dishwasher (new) are full size.
There are two sets of sheets and towels for guests staying longer than a week; there are also blankets.
A final note: Our home is a "resolana." The word derives from resol (the reflection of the sun). In Northern New Mexico villagers gather in the resolana for warmth and protection from the elements. A resolana is both a place and a process – a space for tranquility and discussion.
No pets, no children under sixteen (we love children but too many distractions), no smoking inside, obey pool rules and adults must be present with children. We have a relaxed atmosphere.
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My husband Miguel and I are both retired professors. We have two married daughters and four grandchildren. We like to entertain, cook, and have done a great deal of traveling --Israel, Egypt, Cuba, South America, Europe. This is our first experience as hosts. Our place is a "resolana." In Northern New Mexican villagers gather in the resolana for warmth and protection from the elements. It is both a place and a process – a space where serious discussion surrounding significant subject matter is encouraged by the community. Our "resolana" is a quiet and restful place.