歷史悠久的聖荷西之家- 1張1.8公尺寬雙人牀Doc Holliday
The Legendary Tombstone San Jose House on Fremont Street is in Tombstone's Historic District. The San Jose House was built 1879 as Tombstone's 1st boarding house and is a National Historic Landmark. It is a short distance to main street, the Tombstone Epitaph and The Crystal Palace Saloon. The San Jose House is historically documented, appeared in movies, and also TRUE WEST Magazine. Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, Batt Masterson, and many others stayed here including Josephine Marcus.
1900年代Tombstone Brewery後面的Miner 's Cabin
Our traditional adobe style miner's cabin, built in 1900, will take you back in time with its scenic mountain views and breathtaking night sky. The interior of the cabin has been carefully restored using a historic color palate, craftsman-style furniture, antiques and decor. Situated just a half-block away from Tombstone Brewery and only two blocks from historic Allen Street - walk to the best Tombstone shopping, saloons and attractions, then kick back on our porch and relax.
Ultra-eclectic bunkhouse inspired by Hollywood’s depiction of the Wild-West! Authentic decor abound in the space, from the framed B movie posters to antique whisky jugs and local art to the original travel maps and promotions that bought adventure-seekers to the West on Route 66 during the golden years of America travel - one could spend the day just enjoying all there is to look at in this fun space but we guarantee the town is even better!!