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                      Recent Tombstone Reviews

                      Really nice

                      4 of 5
                      Great location and a very nice cottage with lots of love.
                      • Submitted: Sep 2, 2016
                      • Stayed: Sep 2016

                      Cochise Stronghold....steeped in Apache history.

                      5 of 5
                      From wonderfully receptive host Jan to quaint, well built ranch house at base of the HISTORIC APACHE FORTRESS, Cochise Stronghold, this is a gem. With comfortable surroundings, both in and out of house, as front and back porches are more than comfy, to beds that are sleepable, in a well appointed ranch home. Jan kindly helps out with any requests providing fully stocked information re area outings. For a Cochise Apache afficionado, and his legendary Stronghold 3 miles by car, and the other Apache staple, Chiracauhua National Monument 45 minutes, each amazingly unique in stature and topography (your camera a must), with startlingly inviting Bisbee and Tombstone within an hour or so, as well as Mt Graham observatory and soothing mineral hot springs at Safford, a real treat. Mornings see hundreds of happy little birds springing about in joy. Unforgettable time. important to bring water for trip to the Stronghold, as no water at the oasis like campground, all in all a most memorable get-a-way, steeped in history and family heirlooms..thanks Jan, a priceless experience. Car is a must. Laundry nearby, off site.
                      • Submitted: Mar 24, 2016
                      • Stayed: Mar 2016