Visit Tombstone and experience a real, living, historic western town. Walk the same streets as Wyatt Earp, Doc
Holiday, and the Clantons, and stay in a room in the
building where they kept their horses.
The original Adobe building of the Budget Host Inn Tombstone
started as a Livery Stable in 1879, and was later converted to a lumber yard. It was then converted into living quarters, which became a motel, in about 1930.
The New buildings were constructed and completed in 2006. We are a HAUNTED MOTEL, and many sightings
have been reported. Ghost tours are available from many locations in town.
The Budget Host Inn Tombstone is located just 300 ft from the heart of town, close to all attractions and
events, with easy access to all areas of interest
in Cochise County. Guests can enjoy jeep tours and guided horseback riding. Wedding services are also available.
We are 23 miles from historic Bisbee and its
Lavender Pit, an open pit copper mine. Bisbee is also the location of the first
JC Penny's store. The world famous Kartchner Caverns State Park is
located in Benson, just 25 miles away. Fort Huachuca, the famous fort
which sent troops to fight Cochise and his band of Indians, is only 20
miles away. You will pass through Sierra Vista on the way to the Fort.
Tombstone is located 3 hours from Phoenix and 1 hour
from Tucson. To get to Tombstone, take Interstate 10 South to exit 303 and follow State
Highway 80 for 23 miles into historic Tombstone, AZ. We are located on the corner of Fremont Street (Hwy 80)
and Fifth Street. Additional Website: http://tombstonemotel.com