Nestle Yourself in The Past!
This historic building was built in approximately 1898 in the beautiful copper mining town of Bisbee, Arizona. Often refered to as the "Queen of the Copper Camps", Bisbee has become a great getaway destination. Just 1 1/2 hours southeast of Tucson International Airport, it makes for an easy trip to some of the most gorgeous southwestern scenery available. With an elevation of 5300', it gives you the perfect year round climate.
The "Adobe" was originally built as a rooming house for the miners, four rooms upstairs and two downstairs. With no electricity or plumbing, the original residents endured the
common conditions of the day. After ten years of ownership, Steve and Darlene Oetgen were finally in a position to fulfill their dream, restore the "Adobe". In the summer of 2007, with the help of local contractor Allen Hoese and his crew, a complete restoration of the building started. The "Adobe"'s last known residence moved out in 1947 and at that point it was basically abandoned. The ensuing years of neglect and vandalism had taken it's toll on the property, but the building was still solid, so we pressed forward. The restoration continued through August 31, 2008, when the "Adobe" was officially finished and dedicated. The entire structure was meticulously rebuilt from top to bottom. Nestled among mature oak trees in historic Tombstone Canyon, it beckons the guests to relax and unwind.