About the Tombstone Bordello B&B
Our bed and breakfast is a Victorian picture set in “The Town Too Tough to Die”, Tombstone, Arizona. Built in 1881, it was once a house of ill-fame owned by Big Nose Kate. The Bordello was originally located on a site at the east end of Allen Street but was moved in 1923 to make way for the Tombstone High School. In 1973, a Tombstone judge and his wife lovingly restored and updated the house to include modern amenities. It was converted to a bed and breakfast many years ago.
My wife Lynda and I are the latest ‘caretakers’ of this wonderful old building. We have built a house over the old Bordello in our efforts to protect it from the ravages of time and to preserve its historic past. With careful attention to detail, and lots of help from our local contractor, the old Bordello stands as a modern day testament to its time.
The charm of yesteryear lives on everyday at the Tombstone Bordello. Lynda and I dress the part most days and are quite at home with the spirits of past inhabitants. You may find yourself caught up in the ‘spirit’ of the old place yourself, and we invite you to join us as we…”Live the Western Dream”.
– Dusty & Lynda