Stage Stop Inn - Patagonia, Arizona, 85624, United States

PET POLICY

We've established a few rules to help our visiting pet's enjoy their stay, while ensuring the safety and comfort of all our guests. Here's the specifics:

  • Pets may not be left alone in the room other than briefly, such as when you're out for a meal.
  • Pets must be house trained. If they're unpredictable, please keep them kenneled while in the room.
  • Pets that have a lot to say and talk continuously must be muzzled to ensure they do not disturb other guests.
  • Pets must be on leash while out and about on the property. Patagonia has a leash law too, so you'll want to keep them leashed while walking around town. There's a nice town park across the street that's perfect for a walk and liberally stocked with doggie doo bags.
  • Pets are not allowed inside the restaurant, saloon or pool enclosure, unless they're card carry'n service animals; full credentials are required.

Whew, seems like a lot, but it's mostly just common sense and good pet etiquette.

Pet Fee - To take care of the additional cleaning required by pets, we charge a fee of $10 per night per pet.

Special Cleaning Fee - If your pet makes a real mess in the room or elsewhere, you may be charged up to $100 for additional cleaning and restoration that may be required.

Stage Stop Inn
303 W McKeown, PO Box 962
Patagonia, Arizona, 85624, United States
Call: (520) 394-2211
520-394-2213

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Stage Stop Inn

The Stage Stop Inn is located in Patagonia, Arizona, one hour southeast of Tucson. Situated in the heart of Arizona's Mountain Empire, the Stage Stop is a convenient home base while visiting Southeast Arizona. Area attractions include the Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Nature Conservancy, Lake Patagonia, Parker Canyon Lake, wineries in Elgin and Sonoita, and many hiking and biking trails. Patagonia is an Arizona Trail Gateway Community, resting between sections 3 and 4 of the Trail. Old mining ghost towns and working ranches populate the mountains and valleys surrounding Patagonia. Birders come from all over the world in the Spring and Fall to see hundreds of rare species migrating through Patagonia. Hunters and fisherman enjoy the late Fall and winter season, and clear skies, moderate temperatures and amazing scenery attract hikers and bikers year round.