|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
This historic house, built in 1910, is located at the bottom of what is one of Bisbee's longest staircases. Perched just above downtown, it is a two minute walk to the heart of main street and no further to the hiking trails with majestic views of this canyon village. Filled with charm and modern amenities, this two bedroom has a fully fenced yard, and a fantastic, three-sided wrap around porch with views of the Mule Mountains, downtown and into Mexico.
This classic Bisbee mining cottage has been remodeled with double paned windows, great insulation, laundry room and modern heating, yet it holds its original charm. This house has everything you need to make a short or long term stay extremely comfortable.
We are a local family. Noah was raised here and Beth grew up in the neighboring town. After years of traveling and living abroad (our oldest was born in New Zealand), we came back to Bisbee to be closer to our community of family and friends. Noah has a construction company in town, and Beth teaches Reading at the local college.
Beth or Noah Suby purchased this cottage in 2013
We stayed in Bisbee for two weeks and the Porch House was amazing! Beth is the perfect hostess. Everything looked exactly like the pictures online. Having a washer and dryer was so nice, plus we could hang clothes on the clothes line on the porch. We loved sitting on the porch morning and evening and had fun talking to the people climbing the stairs. The location was perfect, not to far from the center of the town and far enough away for peace and quiet. You must eat breakfast at the Bisbee Breakfast Club, great food and fun to walk down the street and see the old cars. It was such a wonderful stay! Thank you Beth!
We loved this Porch House situated on the side of a mountain. Great views, charming decor, immaculate, fully equipped & walking distance to restaurants & attractions. Beth, our host, was a delight & had stocked the fridge! We shall return!
This was our first visit to Bisbee. My husband and I spent the week of New Year's at the Porch House and had a lovely stay. If you've never been to Bisbee, it's hard to describe! You have to experience it to believe it! Eclectic, fun, quirky, artistic, foodies, mining history, lots to take in. First though, it's getting oriented to accessing things. The streets are VERY narrow, signs aren't always where you think they'll be, parking is challenging, but it's all worth it and once you get the lay of the land, you're fine! You have to be good with steps, though The Porch House only has 12 steps from the street where others have 2 & 3 times that!
Beth & Noah are great hosts. We had a maintenance challenge and even though it was New Year's Day, Noah arrived in minutes to fix a water leak. Furnished comfortably and decorated in bright white with red accents, this renovated miner's cottage was a delightful place to stay!
We were lucky to be here in winter and saw all kinds of birds at the feeders in the small front courtyard - our hosts provided birdseed and we were entertained by all the birds! Even a lone hummingbird still coming to the nectar feeder in January! Also, we got to see the Sandhill cranes that winter at the Whitewater Draw Wildlife refuge. Well worth the drive!
Don't miss Bisbee Breakfast Club for breakfast and/or lunch! WOW, it's the best, in a renovated Rexall Drug Store in historic Lowell!
Thank you Beth and Noah for the sweet porch house stay. This is a stunning setting in the Bisbee Mountain Range. We had so much fun, laughs and giggles finding our way around. The porch house was quiet and relaxing. We felt very much at home. Appreciated the treats in the fridge when we arrived and all the amenities. Very Cozy and warm. We will definitely return.
Susan and Cathy from Scottsdale
My wife and I, along with my brother-in-law visiting from Pittsburgh, spent 4 very enjoyable nights at the Porch House. We especially liked the wrap around porch which had terrific views of the city and where we spent each morning and evening enjoying lovely sunrises and sunsets. The only negative was the street access and onsite parking in front of the house. The road in front of the house is VERY narrow and access for someone like us with an SUV was definitely difficult, but that was pretty well resolved with the use of a nearby open lot at the bottom of the hill below the house. The home is perfect for a couple and very acceptable for three adults. Once we got accustomed to the stairs and the hills, the access to the town and all the attractions was very convenient. We really enjoyed our stay at the Porch House and would highly recommend it for anyone who wants to enjoy the sites and scenery of Bisbee.
Trailheads are just up the steps from the house. You are very close to downtown shops, restaurants, and cafes, as well as Bisbee's Historical and Mining Museum. Whitewater Draw, Ramsey Canyon and the San Pedro River are nearby with renowned birding and walking.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
|Pet Fee||£28 + Tax|
$125/nt. for one person or a couple $10/nt. for each additional person
No cats please.
We are seeking long term renters for June and July and are unable to accept any booking less than a 3 week stay during these months.
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.