The School House Inn is a turnkey bed and breakfast. Historic brick building, 8383 SQ FT, started out as the Garfield School built in 1918 at the peak of Bisbee’s mining days on a hill above present-day Tombstone Canyon Road. Located one mile west of downtown Old Bisbee in a quiet residential area, this 2 acre property is surrounded by lush green hills and quaint colorful homes. In keeping with the property’s history, each of the nine rooms has a school-themed name, Art Room, Music, Geography, Reading, History, Arithmetic Suite, Principle Office Suite and the Library Suite. All rooms offer a private bath, twelve-foot ceilings in a peaceful, home-like atmosphere. B&B has received 5 Fodor’s Travel Choice Reviews. 99% of the furniture and decor convey. Private living quarters for owner The main dining area opens out to a private relaxing patio that is continually shaded by a spreading oak tree. The patio also features brick steps up to a second level with sitting area, a hammock built for two, a patio swing, a gurgling waterfall, and darting hummingbirds feeding at several feeders. The front balcony offers a panoramic view of upper Tombstone Canyon and the colorful Mule Mountains. Additional rooms include a main kitchen, a walk in pantry, storage, laundry and small work shop area. There is plenty of convenient off-street parking available right outside the door. Directly below the Inn, Garfield Park provides basketball and volleyball courts for guest entertainment. Everything stays, seller only wants to retain a few family quilts, dishes and pictures. Great directional signage on Tombstone Canyon Road. The School House Inn has received five Fodors Travel Guide awards, all stating this is a “preferred place to stay.” Featured in Arizona Highways in 2004. For two decades, first through fourth-graders attended school in the building till it closed in 1938, it was converted to apartments and in the late 1980’s to a B&B. Copies of the original school blueprints can be viewed in the main stairway. Bisbee is known as a culturally rich community that includes an active and varied population. Bisbee retains its welcoming spirit, offering visitors a rich mix of art, music, history, architecture, outdoor activities, dining and nightlife. Bisbee’s wonderful mile high climate provides outdoor enjoyment year-round. The local region provides countless choices for daily activity and adventure. Birdwatchers have a choice of the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area or Ramsey Canyon. Geronimo and Cochise, the great Apache warriors, called this territory their home. Coronado, the famed Spanish Conquistador, traveled through on his search for gold. Also scattered throughout Cochise County are numerous ghost towns awaiting exploration.