I am looking at several rental sites for 5 night's lodging in mid-July for next summer. I am looking at two different types of lodging and unsure which to choose. The first are in-town houses (not condos or townhouses). The other are more remote stand-alone cabins like guest houses on ranches.
For the most part, neither of these kinds of properties have air conditioning. I am wondering if we will regret not having the cooler air, mainly for sleeping comfortably since we'll be gone the majority of the day sightseeing.
I'm assuming in-town locations are warmer than places out in more remote areas. Is this true? Have the summers been hotter the last few years in Durango (they definitely have in Michigan)?
Any input would be greatly appreciated!