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Tombstone Bed and Breakfast Inns

Marie's Engaging Bed/Breakfast
— Tombstone, AZ
  • 5 room(s)
Bed and breakfast inns near Tombstone
Gardens At Mile High Ranch
— 20 miles  SE Bisbee, AZ
This inn is no longer in the...  Read More
  • 7 room(s)
$70 - $115
Bisbee Grand Hotel, A B&B Inn
— 21 miles  SE Bisbee, AZ
This National Register treasure is a stunning...  Read More
$79 - $165

Tombstone Bed and Breakfast Inns

Tombstone bed and breakfast travel guide for romantic, historic and adventure b&b's. Browse through the iLoveInns.com database of Tombstone, Arizona bed and breakfasts and country inns to find detailed listings that include room rates, special deals and area activities. You can click on the 'check rates and availability' button to contact the innkeeper.

Despite its name, Tombstone is actually one of Arizona's liveliest cities. In fact, people who come here often leave with memories of very lively activities. Tombstone bed and breakfast inns are known for providing guests with comfort and fun during their entire stay. While in the city, they can take a few minutes walk from their accommodations to the Birdcage Theater, a museum with a late 1800s Western motif. Another top attraction is the Tombstone Court House, where the infamous Wyatt Earp was tried. Of course, people who go to Tombstone Court House may as well go to the O.K. Corral, where Wyatt Earp actually committed the crime that gave him infamy. To see the whole event recreated, it would be fun to watch the Six Gun City Wild West Show. Other attractions are the Tombstone Epitaph, Fairbank, Boot Hill Cemetery, and Texas Kate Wild West Show.

Yes you have seen this town or a depiction of it in the movies. Popularized by the Wyatt Earp Ok Coral Shootout, the city of Tombstone has attracted millions of visitors from all over. Located in historic Cochise County in the state of Arizona, Tombstone has a lot of recreational activities to offer aside from occasional dramatization of the OK Coral incident. Ed Schieffelin, who was credited in giving this city its name, was looking for ore samples, as the story was told, and he was told by his colleagues that the only stone that he would find is his tombstone. Well, he proved them wrong because he found tons of silver ore while working on the hills east of the San Pedro River and he filed his claim using the tag Tombstone. Stay at any of the Tombstone bed and breakfast inns and in the morning head out to see the many Tombstone historic buildings like the St. Paul's Episcopal church built in 1882 and the Crystal Palace Saloon.

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