Cat Mountain Station
Cat Mountain Station


Bed & Breakfast in the Desert, Tucson, Arizona

Cat Mountain Roadside Inn, Cat Mountain Lodge, and the Coyote Pause Cafe.

We offer lodging in the form of Rooms, Single or Double Room Suites, or a Guest House, if you prefer.

We are truly a Southwest experience you will remember long after your visit. Find us at:

Rooms & Rates at Cat Mountain Lodge – Tucson, Arizona – A Bed & Breakfast in the Desert!
Each room opens to the shared hacienda style courtyard and has access to the Arizona Room, which includes a computer with printer, coffee/tea, books and magazines and a sitting area around a beehive fireplace. Next to the lodge is a desert patio, where you can walk a tranquil labyrinth and hang out with resident tortoise Juan Wayne.

Enjoy a taste of the desert at Coyote Pause Cafe! A favorite of locals and visitors alike, we offer breakfast, lunch and brunch all day long, serving up healthy, innovative comfort food in a friendly, cheerful environment. All of our dishes have the flavor of home cooking with a Southwestern twist. For breakfast, try our Mesquite Pancakes, Huevos Rancheros and Chilaquiles or make it a Southwest-style brunch with our prickly pear lemonade and margaritas. For lunch, order up one of our Javelina Burgers, our Sonoran Veggie Burgers or our Tucson Tacos. We offer a variety of delicious gluten free and vegetarian options and takeout orders are welcome – just give us a call! Oh, and while you’re here, don’t forget to take a peek into our dessert case, full of homemade pies and cakes.

Hoping to bring along your four-legged friend? Enjoy brunch in our covered courtyard – an especially nice place to sit in Tucson’s sunny winter months. Whether you’re looking for a restaurant near the Desert Museum, Saguaro National Park and Gates Pass or you just want to enjoy Southwest comfort food in a beautiful desert setting, stop by to see us!

We’re located about 20 minutes from downtown Tucson. It’s a beautiful scenic route! Go west on Speedway out of the city and continue on Gates Pass Road until it makes a T at Kinney Road. Turn left onto Kinney Road and enjoy the scenery in Tucson Mountain Park as the road dips and curves through the desert. As soon as you exit the park boundary, look for Cat Mountain Station – it’s the first business on the right and you’ll see our Roadside Inn just across the street on your left. Cat Mountain Lodge is located behind Cat Mountain Station on the right. We’re located nearby Old Tucson, the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and Saguaro National Park West.