Amado Territory Inn

The last time my sister-in-law and I went to Tubac we stayed at the Poston House Inn.  The inn was sold and is now Soulistic Hospice.  This past weekend we wanted to return to Tubac and stayed at the Amado Territory Inn.  This bed and breakfast sits along Interstate 19 between Green Valley and Tubac, south of Tucson.  My husband came along so we got two rooms with king beds.

Check-in was at 3:00 pm so we went shopping and had lunch in Tubac while waiting to get our rooms.  We were met by Janene who was happy to check us in while her daughter and son-in-law ran an errand.  She gave us a little tour before we were shown our rooms.  My hubby and I picked room two.  The room was large with a king bed, amour, desk, and a door leading to the back patio.  The bathroom was roomy as well.  My sister-in-law's room was about the same.  After checking in we drove to Tubac for Mexican food.  When we got back, we decided to hit the tiny bar at the Firefly restaurant next door which is part of the B&B.  The next morning Doug and Teah fixed us a nice eggs and bacon breakfast with fresh fruit.  The second morning they fixed us pancakes and sausage.

We had a wonderful stay at the Amado Territory Inn from the comfortable room and bed to the delicious breakfasts.  The scenery was amazing and serine.  I can see why people get married at that location.  I would recommend you give this B&B a try.  You won't regret it.

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