If you are a light sleeper you may be wakened by the trains that pass through downtown Tucson several times a night with their horns blaring. The decor in our room was a bit tired - the ceramic tile in the bathroom is cracked and loose, the bed cover is worn, the kitchen had mismatched cutlery loose in a drawer, there were no glasses except for 2 wineglasses and one was cracked, the water cooer was empty and the hot water tap on the water did not function. There was no kettle or coffee maker but we were able to make do heating water in a pot for tea. Lea was very responsive and had replacements available.
This great little B & B is located in the heart of Tucson. It is walking distance to downtown, 4th Ave and the University. The warp around porch is a very comfortable place to sit - sun in the morning and shade in the afternoon. Parking was always available on the street. Lea provides sumptuous breakfasts every morning including fresh fruit, yogurt, fresh baked muffins and scones and a different hot entree such as frittata, eggs Benedict, pancakes and bacon each morning. Our suite, #1 - the Zen room had a full kitchen which was convenient but we didn't cook there because we were close to so many great restaurants.