Great Basin Bungalow
- Smoking Allowed
- Pets Allowed
- Swimming Pool
Your private Bungalow has a queen-sized bed topped with line-dried sheets. There is a kitchenette with an under-the-counter refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. The bathroom has a step-in shower. Private deck with a gas barbecue for grilling. Secure WiFi. A/C and heat. We supply bedding, towels, soap, shampoo, coffee, tea, cocoa and a basket of breakfast snacks.Guest Access
Great Basin Bungalow is not wheelchair accessible because of the gravel drive and steps leading to the Bungalow's entrance from your parking place in front of our home. You will have access to the entire space in your cozy Bungalow, your private deck and the desert outside! Shaded yard, sitting area and picnic table.Interaction with Guests
I live next to Great Basin Bungalow and - although I'm friendly - I totally respect your privacy. Please know that I am here to help you enjoy your visit to Great Basin National Park and your stay at your Bungalow. If you have questions, I'm here to help and if you'd like to visit over a cup of coffee or a glass of wine - just let me know.The Neighborhood
Great Basin Bungalow is at the edge of Baker. Pretty quiet and peaceful with many chances to see Great Basin wildlife or listen to birds. Not much light pollution out here, so - if skies are clear and the moon isn't full - you'll have a great view of our dark night sky filled with stars from your deck or from the end of our road. If the moon is full, you'll be able to view craters with binoculars!Getting Around
You can easily walk to "downtown" Baker where there are restaurants, a coffee cart (during summer months) and the post office. If you want to stretch your legs a bit there you can easily walk to the Great Basin Visitor Center that is located just north of Baker. For visiting other areas - including Lehman Caves Visitor Center you'll need a car, bike, horse... or good hiking boots!Other Things to Note
We are at an elevation over 5,600'. If you arrive in May, don't be surprised to find snow on many of the higher trails in Great Basin National Park. If you plan to stay during our "high summer season" - and if you want to take a tour Lehman Caves - please contact Great Basin National Park prior to your visit to make reservations before you arrive. Tours are often "sold out" in July, August and September.
- Claim your property page and access your free AllTheRooms for Property Owners account.
- Update business information
- Respond to reviews and privately message customers
- See the customer leads your property page generates
- Monitor how many people view your property page