Paca de Paja is a small, eco-friendly B&B in a Santa Fe-style solar strawbale home. It’s a relaxing retreat in a beautiful Sonoran Desert setting, tucked into a lush stand of desert vegetation. It’s also a romantic get-away where guests can sip wine and gaze at the stars while relaxing in the bubbling hot water of the solar-powered spa.
The thick walls, hand-crafted wooden doors, flagstone, and peeled beams of Paca de Paja are Southwest in architectural design. And inside, Mexican hand-carved furniture, Antiguo tile, and Talavera pottery are reminiscent of Mexico.
Paca de Paja appeared in the August 2009 issue of Arizona Highways in their feature article Best of Arizona 100 Favorites as the "Best Eco-Friendly Accommodation" in the state.
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