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  • Sleeps 4
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  • 2 BA,
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  • Sleeps 6
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Recent Patagonia Reviews

PATAGONIA PARADISE

5 of 5
This rental was the first time we can recall the reality of a place far exceeding its internet presentation. This house was clean, pleasant, beautiful, relaxing, and satisfactory in every way. The photo past the dining room table out the door is nice, but even it does not do justice to the beauty of this lovely place. We could have spent the entire week just sitting on the porch relaxing. In the distance, you can see Nogales and the hills of Mexico. Closer at hand, there are grassy knolls and a pleasant green arroyo that funnels interesting birds from Mexico toward Patagonia Lake. It is a quiet, private retreat. For birders: during our early May visit, we had over 30 species of birds in the yard, including nesting Botteri’s Sparrows, four species of hummingbirds, orioles, Phainopeplas, roadrunners, and much more. If we had spent more time “at home,” we are sure we would have found even more, but we were driving around Southeastern Arizona birding much of the time. Each day, it was a pleasure to return to Harrier House and relax. This is a handy location, close to espresso, restaurants, stores, wineries, and natural areas in Patagonia, Sonoita, and Nogales, and it was a well-placed spot for us to head toward other points east and west for our adventures. It is fully-equipped for cooking, tastefully (and interestingly) decorated, and spacious. The owners were responsive and helpful. We can’t wait to return!
  • Submitted: May 26, 2014
  • Stayed: May 2014

KICKBACK IN PATAGONIA

5 of 5
We recently did our second stay at the Road Runner Retreat and it was even better than the first. The house is perched on the side of a hill looking out at the Patagonia Mountains to the south. You are within a short walk to the center of town, but you would never know it while enjoying the birds on the patio off the dining room. There was plenty of bird seed to keep them coming and we saw a couple of new species to add to our life lists. The place has all the comforts of home including some friendly neighbors. We did some wine tasting in Elgin and found a great new Italian restaurant (Viaggio Italiano) in Sonoita. Patagoinia has to be one of the friendliest towns I have ever visited. There is an eclectic mixture of folks from long time hispanic residents to retired hippies and artists. I would recommend this place to anyone who enjoys the outdoors, local color and history.
  • Submitted: Nov 17, 2009
  • Stayed: Nov 2009