This historic adobe inn, originally built as a boarding house for miners and nestled on the original main street of Patagonia, offers charm, quiet, and delicious breakfasts.
The terraced back yard has four patios, several cozy seating areas, a fire pit for chilly evenings, and a beautiful array of flowering plants, cacti, butterflies, and birds. It’s a wonderful place to watch the birds at the feeders, relax with a glass of wine, enjoy a good book, or take a nap in the hammock.
Each of the three suites has its own entrance, sitting room, bedroom, bath, and a rear door that opens onto the back porch or back gardens – a spacious accommodation for two, as well as comfortable lodging for four. The studio apartment includes a kitchenette and large, tiled walk-in shower. Each unit is colorfully painted and uniquely decorated with rustic Mexican furniture, local art and hand stitched quilts.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights include a full breakfast served family style in the dining room. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights include coffee and tea only.
Please visit our website for rates and availability, as well as more information and photos of the rooms and gardens. Reservations can be made online.
The Duquesne House Inn & Gardens
357 Duquesne Avenue, Patagonia
520-394-2732 / stay@TheDuquesneHouse.com
Payment Methods: Cash, check, Visa, MasterCard Smoking: Outside in Designated Area Only Pets: No