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About our service -
name for our business was taken from the Spanish phrase widely used
in the Southwest,
"Mi Casa es Su Casa", (My House is Your House).
over 30 years, Mi Casa Su Casa has assisted guests in finding
lodging. We save
guests precious time and energy trying to find the type of preferred
- and available - accommodations. We take pride in our prompt
service and are happy to answer any questions you may have by phone
or email. Industry-wide, our service is considered to be the best in
you contact us with your preferences, we will contact the hosts who
offer what you prefer. We will then contact you, make reservations
and take care of deposits. All reservations, including detailed
directions, are confirmed in writing. Please see the
"Reservation Information and Policies" link on the home
will never sell, share or otherwise distribute your email address.
It is used solely for the purpose of helping you with
web page offers you a bounteous selection of helpful information
including one-of-a-kind "Lists of State Attractions", and
other travel information.
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About us -
Ruth Young and her
husband, who is a Southwestern historian, have enjoyed living and
traveling in the southwest for over 50 years.
1980, they heard stories about their oldest son's travels in Europe
when he was in the Army. Whenever he had a leave, he would go to a
new country, staying at a B&B where he had a enjoyed meeting
local people and other travelers. Ruth thought that this would be an
interesting way for travelers to the Southwest to meet hospitable,
local hosts and so started the concept in Arizona.
was a founding member of the American Bed and Breakfast Association,
a charter member and officer of Bed & Breakfast Reservation
Services World-Wide, and has been a member of The National Network,
all of which set high standards for the B&B world. Her hosts
promise to uphold those standards.
Mi Casa Su Casa has been listed in over 200 books, a few of which are:
Annual Directory of American and Canadian Bed & Breakfasts
Traveler's Handbook by Bill Weir
and Breakfast Encyclopedia by Deborah Sakach and Tiffany Crosswy
and Breakfast U.S.A. by Peggy Ackerman
Complete Guide to Bed & Breakfasts, Inns & Guesthouses by
Non-Smokers Guide to Bed & Breakfasts, Robyn Martins, Editor
Insiders' Guide to Phoenix by Deborah Ross and Salvatore Caputo
to Open and Operate a Bed & Breakfast Home by Jan Stankus
We recommend the following books:
Trips from Phoenix, Tucson and Flagstaff, by Pam Hait
Portable Phoenix & Scottsdale, by Karl Samson
Family Field Trips by Marty Campbell
Classic Hikes in Arizona, by Scott S. Warren
Arizona with your Pooch, by Eileen Barish
by Rob Rachowiecki and Jennifer Rasin Denniston Lonely Planet
Great Outdoor Guide to Arizona & New Mexico, by Lesley King
Frommer's Utah, by Don & Barbara Laine
New Mexico, by Lesley King
National Parks of the American West, by Don & Barbara Laine