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View of the front couch from the back of the trailer. Dinette and kitchen and beds in the back.
Airstream in Historic Tucson
Airstream in Historic Tucson
2 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
1 bath
2 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
1 bath
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Experience the fun and luxury of a brand-new Airstream parked in our private, spacious, and tree-filled yard. Tucked away in the historic Fort Lowell neighborhood in midtown Tucson, you'll think you are out in the country!

The space

Our 2014 28-foot Airstream trailer has everything you need for a comfortable stay - a complete kitchen, full bath with shower, and two extra-long twin beds.
In the living area you'll find a sofa and surround-sound media center including a flat-screen TV and DVD-Blueray player.
The kitchen is fully stocked with dishes, pots and pans, and pantry basics for your stay. A Nespresso espresso machine is available for your use. A sweet dinette seats four, and looks out on your private patio with gas grill.
The bathroom has a full-size toilet and separate shower. The center section can be closed off for complete privacy.
In the bedroom, you'll find a second flat screen TV and two extra-long twin beds with Tempurpedic memory foam toppers and luxurious 600 thread-count bedding.
The Airstream has air conditioning and heating if needed. For guests who stay during the hotter months, either one or both of the ACs will probably be running during the day. There is some noise associated with them, and we can help you with the best strategy for staying cool with the least distraction.

Guest access

Our yard features mature mesquite trees and is surrounded with a combination of stucco wall and fencing. A small bricked patio with table and chairs and gas grill are available for the exclusive use of guests.
Parking for one vehicle is available in front of the gate. You will have your own key to the trailer and can come and go as desired.

Please note that we have a small dog who will be out in the yard now and then. He travels with us when we take the trailer out, so please keep that in mind if you have allergies.

Other things to note

Our trailer is parked and stationary with electric, water, and sewer hookups. It is 212 square feet. The trailer is most appropriate for one or two people.

The city of Tucson has begun charging hotel tax on Airbnb accommodations. Be aware that this will be added to you Airbnb charge.

Wireless Internet
Free parking on premises

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House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Not safe or suitable for children (0-12 years)
Check-in time is 3PM - 9PM
Check out by 11AM

No smoking.
No pets.
This is a quiet neighborhood, so no loud music. We do have young neighbors with two small active boys so there is noise on occasion from them.
Gatherings are fine if they are quiet.

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Dog(s) live in the house


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William User Profile
October 2017
A very quaint old Tucson neighborhood to experience the very best about Tucson, with it's quiet and serene environment. The Airstream (brandnew) is a perfect fit, quiet and very safe. A neighbor's dog barked a little, but he/she enjoys the neighborhood too and it was really not a problem at all. A GREAT AirBnB experience! The Airstream has everything. And, if not, Pat and Darcey have provided it! Just consider yourself lucky you have found the Airstream.

Kim User Profile
October 2017
If you are searching for a charming Tucson respite off the beaten path, then book Pat and Darcey's Airstream now! The property is serene with an artsy vibe. The trailer is immaculate and well-appointed. The hosts are friendly and attentive, while respecting your privacy. A perfect Airbnb experience! Thanks, Pat and Darcey!!

David User Profile
October 2017
Simply put, if the space afforded by a large Airstream and the Fort Lowell–area location meet your needs, and if you have any interest in the history of Tucson and the Southwest, you should not pass up the opportunity to stay here, as there's nothing anything like it on Airbnb at the time this review is being written. The Airstream is a lot of fun and surprisingly commodious; every square inch of the interior is functional, with an amount of storage space rivaling that of a small motel room. (That said, if you have a great deal of gear and need to spread it out, the interior space may not be sufficient; a pair of travelers with a couple large suitcases and daypack will do fine, for example.) Pat and Darcey's place is in the heart of the Old Fort Lowell neighborhood, parts of which are little changed since adobe houses were built there from the late 1800s through the 1940s, and which remains one of the most distinctive areas in Tucson. If you decide to stay, it's worth learning a bit about the history of the neighborhood, and definitely take a walking tour along Fort Lowell Road to see the chapel, the restored adobes, and the memorials folks in the neighborhood have put up to residents who helped make the area what it is today.

Leslie User Profile
October 2017
We had a lovely stay. If I’m ever in Tucson I’d love to stay here again. The neighborhood is very quiet and peaceful. It’s also really pretty. Our hosts were super friendly! The trailer is cool, literally and figuratively. Great AC! Comfortable and clean and it seems nothing was forgotten as far as supplies and linens, etc. We didn’t need anything additional to make our stay better.
Pat (And Darcey) User Profile
Response from Pat (And Darcey):
Hi Leslie, thanks for the feedback about the mattress pads. Personally, I agree but most people love the foam. Come back any time
October 2017

Jennifer User Profile
April 2017
This was a delight - very quiet, private, and an easy walk to a strollable neighborhood in the morning. Definitely recommend having a rental car to get around - even Uber would be less workable and more expensive. The Airstream is clean and new and very well kept. Beds were (I think) thick foam mattresses which gave support for my 5'7 frame, but not sure I would want to sleep on them for more than a few nights. But hey! Just like camping in that sense! Pat and Darcy keep the grounds in a welcoming arrangements with sculpture, art and tiles here and there. I loved the feel of it and felt happied by the surroundings (yes, a newly coined word.) I would definitely go back.

Sharon User Profile
April 2017
Our stay was great. Great location to hiking, downtown. Pat and Darcy are great hosts, very helpful, friendly. The Airstream had everything we needed. Will stay again when visiting our daughter.

Linda User Profile
April 2017
We loved staying in Pat and Darcey's Airstream trailer. It was perfect for our needs - clean, well-supplied, good location, just a fun place to spend the night. We'd stay there again, without question.

Tucson, Arizona, United StatesJoined in April 2014
Pat (And Darcey) User Profile
Interaction with guests

We will greet you on arrival and fill you in on how to use everything in the trailer. After that, we are available if needed and can make recommendations - but only if you would like them!

About Pat (And Darcey)

Pat is happily semi-retired from being in the book business for decades. Darcey is happily still working as a web developer. We travel as much as we can in our Airstream and when we're not using it, it's available for you! We have fantastic neighbors and a beautiful area all around us. Pat is a wood artist, turning large mesquite pieces on a lathe and carving small pieces by hand. Darcey loves to hike and is working on her third novel.

Languages: English

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