I cannot imagine a better B&B to stay at while visiting Tucson. Beth, the owner and inn keeper, was fantastic in both capacities. She prepared an inviting breakfast every morning of our one week stay and always augmented it with the best fresh fruit. She did a wonderful job of dealing with my wife’s food restrictions as well. She is also extremely knowledgeable about Tucson’s attractions, restaurants and how to navigate the city. And as a result of her help, we had one of our best vacations in years. If you check the B&B location you will see it is on the northeast side just outside the Tucson city limits, but contrary to what it might appear, you are within an easy drive of places like Mount Lemmon, and the East Saguaro and Sabino Canyon National Parks. It was really a lovely place to spend our vacation!…
We stayed here for 3 days in March 2020 and were very pleased. It is situated in the Northeast area of Tucson facing the mountains in a desert location. More than ample parking, a wonderful host and we had the Patagonia room which was spacious. Breakfast was delicious and varied with lots of fruit. Beautiful pool but weather too cold for our visit. One unexpected plus was the proximity to Mt. Lemmon which we knew nothing about but enjoyed the 27 mile cellphone guided tour to the top. Beth, the hostess was lovely, informative and very helpful
We spent four nights at the JIB&B. Beth was a gracious host--a pro. Here's what we found: Great communication from the start. Nutritious and delicious breakfasts. Clean room, clean everything. Spotless. Nice view from both our large room and the common areas. A designated space in the guest wing refrigerator. Well-kept outdoor spaces. Convenient location for cycling and hiking. Daily room service. Thank you Beth. You were accommodating in every way. We would definitely stay again.
Stayed here last year - absolutely perfect for the cyclist looking for a jump-off spot for Mt. Lemmon, as well as for hiking in the area. Excellent breakfast, super comfortable, great views from the pool. Pleasant and nice. Can't wait to return.
My wife and I went to the Jeremiah Inn the 2nd week of November and we had the run of the place to ourselves! It was positively magical. The house and the grounds are beautiful. The solitude was stunning; the weather was perfect and the views---oh my, the views! The owner, Beth, is a sweetheart amongst sweethearts and a fantastic cook to boot. IN ADDITION as I brought my mandolin with me we (Beth and I) were able to do some music together as Beth also has both a piano and a soprano voice the likes of which have to be heard to be appreciated. (If I ever make it back to Tucson I'd stay at the Jeremiah Inn if for no other reason than to sing hymns with Beth. Indeed, she's just that good.)