Tweet This weekend we traveled to southern Arizona. We stayed at the Hacienda Corona de Guevavi Bed and Breakfast and Casitas which is located on 36 acres of the historic Guevavi Ranch along the banks of the Santa Cruz River between the towns of Tubac and Patgaonia, just north of Nogales. Wendy & Phil Stover […]" />

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Hacienda Corona B&B


This weekend we traveled to southern Arizona. We stayed at the Hacienda Corona de Guevavi Bed and Breakfast and Casitas which is located on 36 acres of the historic Guevavi Ranch along the banks of the Santa Cruz River between the towns of Tubac and Patgaonia, just north of Nogales.

Wendy & Phil Stover run the place. Their web site is excellent and accurately portrays what they have to offer. The Bunkhouse is a nice 2-bedroom home that offers wheelchair access. Phil still needs to improve the sidewalk that leads up to the front porch a bit, but once inside the 2 bedroom, 2 bath, home is quite accessible. The master bedroom has a great roll-in shower.

Let me say that this is not a location for anyone seeking 100% ADA-hospitality. It’s a great place if you are interested in Arizona history and are up for some rustic charm. The main house has a few steps in the court yard that require assistance. They’re pretty steep so I’m not sure even 2 cowboys would be up for assisting a power wheelchair into the main house but its beautiful inside. Phil seems pretty handy so if enough of us show up he might make some portable ramps.

Nearby is Patagonia Lake which I’ve written about a few times. Tupac is just up the road and I plan to visit and write more about it soon. Let me say that if any wheelers plans to go to Sedona for cultural and regional shopping , I recommend Tupac. Much more accessible!

www.haciendacorona.com


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