We stayed in one of the newly available rooms for two nights. The room was clean. The photos of the views and the wildlife on their website are the real deal. The views look out on sonoran desert-scape with beautiful mountains. The property literally shares the boundary with the national park. The access road into the property may appear rough to some but just take it slow and remember that it is taking you to a quiet, tucked away location. We saw three javalina during an evening walk. We were able to get some wonderful photos of cacti. During the day we hiked out the back door and up a wash into the park and then up to a peak. The hosts are gracious and easy to talk with and we really enjoyed the breakfasts. One morning we had black rice with coconut milk with some fruit and yogurt on the side - delightful!
To sum it up: The owner has lived in this place for around 30 years and knows and loves his home and enjoys sharing it with others.