Casa de San Pedro Bed & Breakfast Inn

8933 South Yell Lane, Hereford, Arizona 85615
Innkeeper(s): Karl Schmitt and Patrick Dome
  • Spring Birding 2015

      Be sure to join us for Hummingbird Banding at Casa de San Pedro with Sheri Williamson from the Southeast Arizona Bird Observatory from 4:00 – 6:00 pm on Fridays (or a few Saturdays) throughout April and May 2015! Check the SABO web site for exact dates. SABO also conducts River Walks at Casa de San Pedro every Tuesday and Friday morning in the Spring (late March through early June). Sign up the the River Walks at their web site at www.sabo.org. Guests staying at the Casa get a discount – just use the discount code: “bedandbirds”.

      Enjoy walks along the San Pedro River, treks in the Huachuca Mountain Canyons in some of the most famous birding canyons in the country (Ramsey Canyon, Miller Canyon, Ash Canyon, Coronado National Monument, Huechuca Canyon and Garden Canyon) - Birding Adventures await! And come back to the Casa each evening to share your adventures with other Birders over a piece of home made pie each day. Adventure. Comfort. Warm Hospitality. and Great Birding!

       

  • Panama 2016

      A Special Journey with Patrick Dome and Karl Schmitt of Arizona’s award-winning Casa de San Pedro with Naturalist Journeys!

      Join Casa de San Pedro hosts Karl and Patrick on anothr of our annual adventures to some of the best birding spots in the world and some of the other best naturalist lodges.  Our friend Peg Abbott of Naturalist Journeys is currently designing this tour to Panama to give you the best birding expeience, and to get you out of winter's cold grip, with some of our other Casa Friends. Details Soon!

      Panama is an exciting destination for natural history travel and is blessed with a rich culture, past and present. Panama’s lowland rainforests are some of the most remarkable in the world and its highlands provide spectacular scenery. On the narrow land isthmus where the Canal is located (only 50 miles wide), the flora and fauna of North and South America blend with astonishing diversity. With 928 species of birds, 1,500 known species of trees, and over 10,000 species of plants, it is a tropical paradise for nature travelers. Best of all, we find few crowds while spending time at two well-known and lovely lodges where we find abundant hospitality and excellent regional cuisine.

      Join us to explore varied habitats as we search for Panama’s legendary birds and mammals. We move only once, spending 4 nights at each of our lodges. This year we add some options for hiking and a canopy zipline, in addition to birding, natural history and learning history of the Panama Canal.  

  • Panama 2016

      A Special Journey with Patrick Dome and Karl Schmitt of Arizona’s award-winning Casa de San Pedro with Naturalist Journeys!

      Join Casa de San Pedro hosts Karl and Patrick on another of our annual adventures to some of the best birding spots in the world and some of the other best naturalist lodges. Our friend Peg Abbott of Naturalist Journeys is currently designing this tour to Panama to give you the best birding experience, and to get you out of winter's cold grip, with some of our other Casa Friends. Details Soon!

      Panama is an exciting destination for natural history travel and is blessed with a rich culture, past and present. Panama’s lowland rainforests are some of the most remarkable in the world and its highlands provide spectacular scenery. On the narrow land isthmus where the Canal is located (only 50 miles wide), the flora and fauna of North and South America blend with astonishing diversity. With 928 species of birds, 1,500 known species of trees, and over 10,000 species of plants, it is a tropical paradise for nature travelers. Best of all, we find few crowds while spending time at two well-known and lovely lodges where we find abundant hospitality and excellent regional cuisine.

      Join us to explore varied habitats as we search for Panama’s legendary birds and mammals. We move only once, spending 4 nights at each of our lodges. This year we add some options for hiking and a canopy zipline, in addition to birding, natural history and learning history of the Panama Canal.

  • AARP & Nature Conservancy Members

      Members of AARP and Nature Conservancy can receive a 3% discount for multiple night stays.

  • Hummer Workshop

      Join Casa de San Pedro and the Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory for a special Hummingbird Workshop on June 27, 28, and 29, 2013. The workshop, led by Sheri Williamson will start with a Friday Evening Dinner at Casa de San Pedro and a Welcoming Orientation to Hummingbirds presentation by Sheri. On Saturday morning Sheri will lead an early morning walk on the San Pedro River, followed by one of our fabulous breakfasts, and then off to visit Ash Canyon and Carr Canyon. Dinner on Saturday is included at a top flight local restaurant. On Sunday, following another fabulous breakfast at the Casa, participants will head to Ramsey Canyon for more fabulous birding. The tour includes 2 nights lodging at the Casa and breakfasts, 2 lunches, and 2 dinners. Extend your stay (adding either Thursday night or Sunday night) for one night, and get the fourth night free ! Book your tour with SABO on their web site : www.sabo.org but also let us know if you would like to add the additional one paid night and receive another night free.

  • Southeast Arizona Bike Tours

      Featuring escorted six-night bike tours in southeast Arizona at Casa de San Pedro, Patagonia and the Saguaro National Forest (Tucson, AZ) with Vermont Bicycle Tours. Check www.vbt.com for dates and tour details.
  • The Great Golf Deal (Steal!)

      Stay two nights with Casa de San Pedro and receive a free 18 hole round of golf for two, including a golf cart at Turquoise Valley Golf Resort. Call for room and tee time reservations. Cost: only $395 + tax. (no other discounts apply)