wonderful guest house run by English couple who fell in love with this great little town. They now have a clean and tidy pool area and nothing was too much trouble, they made us feel as if we were old friends coming to stay. wouldn't look anywhere to stay on our next visit. Many of the hotels are too far away from the town but the Bordello is just a couple of hundred yards from the town center with it's many bars and restaurants.
Over all we had a good stay. We have stay at Curly Bills the year before and the Tombstone Boarding house was much better. Their Restaurant food was good but the time of waiting to get the food was long.
I stayed at some bad places, but this one takes the cake. Everything about it from the cold rooms with no heat to the horrible cleanliness of the rooms. I tried to get a hold of someone in charge and nothing!! I will never be back.
We stayed at the 'Boarding House' in April '08 & it was great. Clean room, great service, fantastic food. It was within walking distance of the main street (Allen Street).
We even had a paranormal experience in the Red Room. We will definitely be back.
Keep that Tombstone dream feeling that you have found yourself in a time warp going by staying at the Tombstone Boarding House. Built in the 1880's, the rooms are exquisitely decorated in period style, each with a different color scheme.
Many rooms have clawfoot bathtubs, all have hardwood floors. To keep modern distractions from intruding on the 1880's feel, there are no telephones and no televisions in the rooms. Air conditioners and room heaters are available and adequate, so you will be reasonably comfortable; but the old original doors and windows are not airtight, so you can still get a feeling for what it must have been like to live back then. We've stayed in almost every room and they are all comfortable (especially the beds!).
The leisurely 3-course breakfasts are served in the adjacent Lamplighter Room restaurant at 8:30 a.m., with self-serve coffee and tea available in the lobby beginning around 7:30 or 7:45. Hearty breakfasts are cooked to order by the owner, Sylvia, who is pleasant, friendly company, as well as a very good and accommodating cook.
The B&B is located on 4th Street, just one block behind (north of) Schieffelin Hall. It's an easy two-block walk (up a slight incline) to historic Allen Street. Tombstone Boarding House has our very highest recommendation for those looking for an authentic, old-fashioned boarding house experience.
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