Down By The River Bed & Breakfast
Darryn & Elizabeth Cray
2255 S. Efken Place
PO Box 387
St. David, AZ 85630
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Going Green Commitments
- Our B&B is designed for all the waste water to be reclaimed and we use this for irrigation. The shower faucets and water closets are low flow devices. We use a high efficiency washer when cleaning clothes.
Hours of Operation7AM to 7 PM
Down By The River will be shutting down for the summer (June 1 through August 31) and will reopen again Sept 1, 2015.
Your hosts, Angie and Mike (Bill) Hug, invite you to a unique Southeast Arizona bed and breakfast that we call the "LODGING HUB" of Cochise County. Click on the link to read the blog about all that there is to do in the area and check out the events page to see what is happening in the upcoming
Down By The River is a Santa Fe style home located on the San Pedro River and is within sight of the northern end of the world famous San Pedro
Riparian National Conservation Area. The San Pedro, the last free flowing river in Arizona, is one of the best birding areas within the United States with an estimated
400 species of birds many of which migrate through the area in spring and autumn or winter in the area. Look at the Bird List page for the list of birds
we and our guests have seen in the area. The BnB is situated in the river valley with the view of mountains in all directions. To the east is Cochise’s Stronghold,
a part of the Dragoon Mountains where the great Apache Chief Cochise is buried. To the south is the Huachuca Mountains and the Tombstone Hills.
To the west is the Whetstone Mountains, home of Kartchner Caverns State Park. You will find a lot to do here.
At the end of the day, sit back on the patio at our San Pedro River bed and breakfast and enjoy the peace and quiet as the sun sets.
Watch the flocks of birds as they fly to their roosts for the night in the cottonwoods along the San Pedro River while the background of Arizona hues
in purple and pinks reflecting from Cochise’s Stronghold grow stronger. If you’re so inclined, BBQ your dinner on the grill, enjoy some Arizona wine and watch for the local wildlife
that frequents the property. For amateur astronomers, the inn has a Dobsonian telescope to view the planets or other
deep space objects in the clear dark sky. During the monsoon season you may be able to enjoy the rainshowers and the lightning show that Mother Nature
puts on free of charge.
In the morning, wake to fresh coffee and smoothies followed by a full breakfast. Sit back in the leather padded mesquite chairs while you dine at the large
handmade mesquite table and enjoy the morning vista of the cottonwoods bordering the San Pedro with Cochise’s Stronghold as a backdrop.
We'll Impress YouMike and Angie welcome you to their B&B, “The Lodging Hub of Cochise County”. The B&B features 4 themed rooms with a large guest area and is located on The San Pedro River, one of the best migratory birding areas in the US. The B&B is perfect for short day trips to historical sites, National Monuments, ghost towns, Tombstone, Bisbee, Kartchner Caverns, wineries, hiking, birding, San Pedro Valley Observatory and a movie studio. The dark night skies are wonderful for stargazing and the B&B has a Dobsonian telescope for your use. Enjoy the fantastic view along with a full breakfast.
At the end of the day, relax on the porch as the sun sets and watch the flocks of birds as they fly to their roosts for the night in the cottonwoods along the San Pedro River, while the background of Arizona purple and pinks hues reflecting from The Dragoon Mountains grow stronger. Your host, Mike (Bill) and Angie Hug invite you to Southeast Arizona and a unique bed and breakfast experience found only in St. David.
In the morning, wake to fresh coffee and smoothies followed by a full breakfast. Sit back in the leather padded mesquite chairs while you dine at the large handmade mesquite table and enjoy the morning vista of the cottonwoods bordering the San Pedro with Cochise's Stronghold as a backdrop.