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Tucson's bed & breakfast in the desert

Welcome to Cat Mountain Lodge, we are nestled near the base of the Tucson Mountains on the outskirts of Tucson, AZ. Our B&B has eco-friendly features built into a vintage ranch setting with 5 unique spacious rooms that provide southwestern style mixed with modern conveniences. Each room has a private bath, sitting area, and French doors opening onto the central courtyard filled with native plants. Two rooms are wheelchair accessible and dogs are allowed in select rooms.


Standard Room and Suite rates include complimentary breakfast or lunch at neighboring Coyote Pause Cafe, open everyday 7:30am-2:30pm. Just outside our courtyard is a short path towards the telescopes of Spencer's Observatory, a stargazer's destination with captivating brilliant views of Tucson's dark skies. Our lodge sits on more than 13 acres of natural desert with nearby shopping available at Cat Mountain Station.


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Roadside Inn

Opening in late August 2018, we're welcoming the Roadside Inn to the Cat Mountain Lodge family offering 6 uniquely themed rooms inspired by Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Oaxaca & more! Each room opens up onto a wraparound patio from which you can relax & view the beautiful desert scenery & local wildlife. Behind the Inn, enjoy a pyramid of desert succulents inspired by the one Diego Rivera built for Frida Kahlo's garden!

Lodge Directions

We are located at 2720 S. Kinney Rd. near Saguaro National Park West, and minutes from Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and Old Tucson Studios. There are many desert hiking & biking trails nearby, or you can sit comfortably on our patio to observe local wildlife.

We are happy to assist in the planning of your daily activities. Day trips are abundant with many attractions in Tucson, a revitalized downtown with modern streetcar transportation connecting to the University of Arizona campus, or visit neighboring historic cities such as Tubac, Bisbee, and Tombstone.