Fred Flintstone never had it this good.
In his cave dwelling Fred was cramped (and constantly knocked over by his enthusiastic dog, Dino). But in New Mexico there’s bed and breakfast where guests can stay in a spacious (and dog-free) cave: Kokopelli’s
The Kokopelli Cave Bed & Breakfast’s sole guest room is a massive 1,700 square foot suite built 70 feet (20 meters) into rock. The accommodations include a Jacuzzi, functional kitchen and relaxing living room. To help stave off claustrophobia there are also two balconies with massive desert vistas stretching across five states.
Most bed and breakfasts with such unusual visuals would rely solely upon their uniqueness to attract business. Not so with Kokopelli’s. Guests here receive outstanding personalized service. The food is wonderful too—spicy Anasazi soup and potatoes stuffed with cheese and horseradish are among Kokopelli’s favorite recipes. Their nightly rate of $260 for two people isn’t outrageous either.
Be forewarned that the entrance to the suite is situated on a cliff side that’s a semi-precarious climb from the car park. Bring some good walking shoes, lots of ChapStick for the dry desert air, and a stay at Kokopelli’s will not disappoint.
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