Hacienda Corona

Located in Santa Cruz County, Arizona

Hacienda Corona

Located in Santa Cruz County, Arizona

Hacienda Corona

Located in Santa Cruz County, Arizona

Hacienda Corona

Located in Santa Cruz County, Arizona

Welcome to Hacienda Corona Bed & Breakfast

Come join us at Hacienda Corona Bed and Breakfast and Casitas, a perfectly private, peaceful and romantic inn perched atop 36 acres of the historic Guevavi Ranch along the banks of the Santa Cruz River between the towns of Tubac and Patagonia.

The Hacienda Corona is Ranked Number #1 in Phoenix Magazone's list of 52 Great Weekend Getaways.

"...this romantic ranch perched atop 36 acres overlooking the Santa Cruz Riverbed offers a plush, private hacienda retreat. Murals of indigenous Mexican peasants painted by famed bullfighter-turned-artist Salvador Corona line the courtyard walls."


 PLEASE NOTE: We continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and are taking all precautionary measures. 

After 20 years of managing, owning and running a 5-star B&B ,we have always adhered to the highest cleanliness and food safety standards. We ensure we are going above and beyond because Hacienda Corona Bed & Breakfast is also our home. 

We are working in accordance with the guidelines and recommendations set forth by the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and AZ local health authorities.

We have increased the frequency of cleaning our dining room, door handles, guest rooms, bathrooms, and high traffic and touch areas. 

As added peace of mind, we also provide face masks, gloves, hand sanitizer and cleaning wipes for guests to use upon arrival. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to let me know. We are here to make your stay feel like home away from home.

A Bit About Us

The history of this Santa Cruz County gem near the Arizona/Mexico border town of Nogales is unique. While the old barn and rusty silo remind us of its rich ranching heritage, the Hacienda itself is elegant and quite refined. Its interior courtyard walls feature the priceless murals of the famous Mexican muralist and bullfighter Salvador Corona, painted in 1942 and 1955. Its sparkling 1950's swimming pool is covered in beautiful blue mosaic tile. It's no wonder that John Wayne and other Hollywood luminaries were attracted to this cool, high desert location where they could hide from the world, rest, relax and have a little fun.

Today you can still just kick back and relax, read a book in any one of several inviting patios or take a dip in the pool. If birding is your passion you can hike around the property and catch a glimpse of the many interesting species that live right here. It has been said that our area is among one of the world's best places for stargazing.

At night the stars will dazzle you as you warm your toes around the fire pit. And, if the itch to explore is irresistible, you can "Cruz" the County and find so many diversions just minutes away that it will take days, if not weeks, to enjoy all that the river valley has to offer.

Our guests Frederica and Rob from Rowland, PA said, "Fascinating, historical, beautiful." Why not come for a visit and see what you have to say."

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