The Calumet and Arizona Guest House is located in southeastern Arizona at the corner of Cole'n'Powell in a quiet neighbrhood in Bisbee, Arizona. Bisbee itself is a rejuvinated mining town built up and down the canyon and hillsides.
To visit the 'Calumet' is like taking a step back in history with modern ameneties. The house was formerly a mine executive home and it has been lovingly restored and furnished by the owners.
My room was clean, well furnished and comfortable. I could hibernate or join other guests in the parlor and dining room. Breakfast was order ordered from a small menu and cooked to order by the owner, Joy. Joy also makes also makes the jams and jellies. I understand Pyracantha Jelly is one of the favorites. The food was delicious and plentiful.
Joy is a gracious hostess and put us all at ease. She is a fount of information about Bisbee and the surrounding area. She can explain and give directions to the underground mine tour, the Lavender open pit mine, the mining museum, Tombstone, bird watching at Ramsey Canyon, Karchner Caverns, Fort Huachucha, and Old Mexico. She knows the best places to eat and shop.
I am not a photographer, but I sometimes go to the web site calumetaz and relive my stay.