At Kokopelli’s Cave Bed and Breakfast just north of in Farmington, New Mexico, you will feel like you’ve stepped into an episode of “The Flintstones.” This bed and breakfast is not at a typical location for an overnight stay. Rather, Kokopelli’s Cave is located 70 feet below the surface of vertical cliffs. You’ll enjoy all of the comforts of the best bed and breakfast locations in the Land of Enchantment but with much more adventure when you stay at this house cave.
Kokopelli’s Cave was originally created as an office for geologist Bruce Black. Eventually, it was turned into a bed and breakfast.
To enter Kokopelli’s Cave, you must hike to the entrance.
You will want to pack light for this overnight stay and transport all of your belongings in a backpack or another easy-to-carry bag. The short hike is the only way to enter the cave. There are no elevators or other entrance options.
The cave is approximately 1,700 square feet.
Inside the cave, you will find a full kitchen, living room, bathroom, master bedroom, and dining area.
You will also find a replica of a Native American kiva inside Kokopelli’s Cave.
Spend some time relaxing in the waterfall shower and the jacuzzi tub.
If you easily become chilled, bring a sweater for your stay. The inside of the cave stays between 68 degrees Fahrenheit and 73 degrees Fahrenheit all year long.
While the inside of Kokopelli’s Cave is incredible and unique, plan to spend some time outside.
There are two porches that each provide awe-inspiring views of La Plata River Valley. You may also see stunning views of the Four Corners area.
With views like this, your stay at the Kokopelli’s Cave Bed and Breakfast truly will be a remarkable experience.
To learn more and to place your reservation, visit Kokopelli’s Cave Bed and Breakfast website .
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