Tecopa Hot Springs, CA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Tecopa Hot Springs

Glamping
3br Glamping
    These glamping tipis, all 22 feet in diameter, can sleep up to four people in king-size beds. There are three tipis to choose from: the Blue Tipi, the Red Tipi and the Gold Tipi. They all offer similar amenities, but differ in size. See their specific capacities listed below.Blue Tipi: This tipi can accommodate up to two guests.Red Tipi: This tipi can accommodate up to three guests.Gold Tipi: This tipi is the largest of the three and can accommodate up to four guests.Outfitted with all the comforts of home, these luxury accommodations have heated mattress pads in the winter. In the summer, the tipis are air-cooled. Inside the accommodation, there are Turkish rugs covering the floor and comfortable furniture, too. Each one has its own private, exterior sitting area. Lanterns and candles are provided to illuminate guests' way around the property once dark out.Glampers will have 24-hour access to the historic cottage that houses the shared bathrooms, as well as the games and books, which are available for anyone to enjoy. The bathrooms have toilets, sinks, and showers with hot water, along with complimentary shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, and extra towels. Extra blankets and pillows are also available upon request. Guests can make complimentary local phone calls, and there is also complimentary travel information and Wi-Fi in the main office.
    Bedroom
    Excellent
    312 reviews
    Bedroom
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    The SpaceWe have a mix of rustic accommodations. From this page you can reserve the vintage travel trailer circa 1960 pictured here. Rate is for two adults. The Vintage RV is a 1970 Prowler travel trailer with original interior. Rustic and kitschy, it has an evaporative cooler for warm days, small fridge, four burner stove, dinette that can make an extra bed and a true step-saver bathroom. From the double bed you can gaze out across the river marsh in the glow of our own lighthouse. Yep, a lighthouse on the Amargosa River. We have other spaces offered through other pages here on Airbnb. Check 'em all out from the "host" page. The solitude and grandeur of our two and half acres of pristine desert vistas, the clean air and outdoor recreation limited will make a visit to The Second Wind stand the test of time. Experience a facial or mud bath utilizing rare volcanic French Green Bentonite Clays freshly harvested from local mines. Unplug. Unravel. Unwind. We have abundant water from mineral wells for bathing, washing, laundry, etc., but it is not potable. Bring plenty of drinking water with you. In this extremely arid climate you'll want about twice what you usually drink. There is a bar & grill in Shoshone (6 miles north), and Tecopa Hot Springs has an interesting nuveau bistro with an ever-changing menu. Aside from that, we provide various cooking facilities for your use. There is a kitchenette in the RV, outdoor barbecue grills, a large turkey smoker and what might be the very first hibachi ever made, campfire rings…. your choice. There is a convenience store in Shoshone and major shopping in Pahrump, NV (pop. 40,000) which is an easy drive of about 30 miles. Las Vegas, NV is about 65 miles to the southeast. Nearby attractions include Death Valley National Park, the Amargosa Opera House, China Ranch, Dumont Dunes, Red Rock Canyon National Recreational Area, Mount Charleston Ski Resorts, the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge or the famous Nye County Brothels (Houses of prostitution are legal in Nevada, you know.) We are four to five hours from Yosimite National Park, Disneyland, San Diego, Big Bear Ski Resorts, Lake Mead, Grand Canyon National Park, Los Angeles or Palm Springs. Guest AccessAll reservations include access to our private soaking tub fed by deep therapeutic hot mineral wells (chemical analysis available upon request), mountain bikes for touring the Old Spanish Trail Highway, cooking facilities, outdoor soaking tubs for catching the sun or star watching until the moon sets. Listen to the wind waft gently over the chorus of frogs in the marsh. Watch migrating waterfowl overhead. Interaction with GuestsAs requested by the guests. Choose absolute quiet privacy, a wine-and-cheese campfire potluck or anything in between. Our goal is to make your visit memorable. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is fewer than 100 people. We have a small but mighty library, fire and ambulance service, a community center, post office and a few motels and spas. Basic needs are met, but this quiet rural area is most loved for the scenery, night skies and its proximity to the great outdoors. Getting AroundThere is no public transit available. If coming by air, a rental car is advised for those who want to explore. A car is not needed to enjoy local hiking, biking, birding, or communing with nature. Airport pickup available upon request. Rates vary by arrival city. Other Things to NoteWe are an adults only destination and regrettably cannot accommodate children or pets. The local coyotes are no threat to humans, but they will eat your dog or cat. You run a huge risk of losing your pet if you bring it here. The beautifully scenic Amargosa Wetland borders our property and has the only flowing water in the Death Valley region. Numerous ponds and hot springs make it a perfect habitat for a variety of species of birds, mammals and amphibians. It is also dotted with quicksand, much of which is hidden by crusted salts. We don't hike in the marsh. It's ecologically fragile as well as dangerous. Adults understand this; children sometimes do not. We prefer to err on the side of caution. Thank you for understanding.
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    221 reviews
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Smoking Allowed
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    The SpaceWe have a mix of rustic accommodations. From this page you can reserve the 32' Southwind Motohome pictured here. Rate is for two adults, but it can sleep a maximum of four. Campsites situated to maximize the views, RV hookups, a vintage travel trailer or the entire property can be reserved available at a variety of prices through other pages here on Airbnb. No matter, the solitude and grandeur of our pristine desert vistas, the clean air and outdoor recreation limited only by your own imagination will make a visit to The Second Wind stand the test of time. Experience a facial or mud bath utilizing rare volcanic French Green Bentonite Clays freshly harvested from local mines. Unplug. Unravel. Unwind. There is true quiet to be had at The Second Wind. We have abundant water from mineral wells for bathing, washing, laundry, etc., but it is not potable. Bring drinking water. You will need roughly twice what you drink at home in our extremely arid climate. There is a bar & grill in Shoshone (6 miles north), and Tecopa Hot Springs has an interesting nuveau bistro with an ever-changing menu. Aside from that, we provide refrigerator and various cooking facilities for your use. There are outdoor barbecue grills, a large turkey smoker and what might be the very first hibachi ever made, campfire rings…. your choice. There is a convenience store in Shoshone and major shopping in Pahrump, NV (pop. 40,000) which is an easy drive of about 30 miles. Las Vegas, NV is about 65 miles to the southeast. Nearby attractions include Death Valley National Park, the Amargosa Opera House, China Ranch, Dumont Dunes, Red Rock Canyon National Recreational Area, Mount Charleston Ski Resorts, the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge or the famous Nye County Brothels (Houses of prostitution are legal in Nevada, you know.) We are four to five hours from Yosimite National Park, Disneyland, San Diego, Big Bear Ski Resorts, Lake Mead, Grand Canyon National Park, Los Angeles or Palm Springs. Guest AccessAll reservations include access to our private soaking tub fed by deep therapeutic hot mineral wells (chemical analysis available upon request), cooking facilities, organic bentonite clays, outdoor soaking tubs for catching the sun or star watching until the moon sets. Listen to the wind waft gently over the chorus of frogs in the marsh. Watch migrating waterfowl overhead. Interaction with GuestsAs requested by the guests. Choose absolute quiet privacy, a wine-and-cheese campfire potluck or anything in between. Our goal is to make your visit memorable. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is fewer than 300 people. We have a small but mighty library, fire and ambulance service, a community center, post office and a few motels and spas. Basic needs are met, but this quiet rural area is most loved for the scenery, night skies and its proximity to the great outdoors. Getting AroundThere is no public transit available. If coming by air, a rental car is advised for those who want to explore. A car is not needed to enjoy local hiking, biking, birding, or communing with nature. Airport pickup available upon request. Rates vary by arrival city. Other Things to NoteWe are an adults only destination and regrettably cannot accommodate children or pets. The local coyotes are no threat to humans, but they will eat your dog or cat. You run a huge risk of losing your pet if you bring it here. The beautifully scenic Amargosa Wetland borders our property and has the only flowing water in the Death Valley region. Numerous ponds and hot springs make it a perfect habitat for a variety of species of birds, mammals and amphibians. It is also dotted with quicksand, much of which is hidden by crusted salts. We don't hike in the marsh. It's ecologically fragile as well as dangerous. Adults understand this; children sometimes do not. We prefer to err on the side of caution. Thank you for understanding.
    Home/Apartment
    10br Home/Apartment
    • Smoking Allowed
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    The SpaceLovers of songwriting, yoga, natural health, astronomy, playwriting, geology, birding, massage and of course healing hot springs find The Second Wind a tranquil space to exchange ideas and grow in knowledge. With a guest maximum of 12 persons, we are an affordable alternative to most retreat centers that cater to larger groups. All manner of gathering is considered as long as they blend into the peaceful wilderness fabric that is our hallmark. We celebrate the exploration of all disciplines and peoples but are not the right place for frat parties or amplified music. Old friends come to reconnect around the campfire, families have enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner under our blindingly starlit skies. Reservations include our RVs, sleeping rooms and campground. See our other Airbnb listings for full descriptions of each, and check availability of your desired dates. Unfortunately there is no master calendar, but we only reserve retreats when all other spaces can be included. Price is per night with the seventh night free, and is for the entire property. (Individual spaces can be reserved on our other Airbnb pages.) You'll be greeted by unmatched solitude and grandeur, expansive vistas of one of the most exotic landscapes on earth, honest and true relics of the wild west, clean air, healing volcanic waters and endless outdoor recreation opportunities that will stimulate the imagination and soothe the soul in ways that ensure your visit to The Second Wind will stand the test of time. We have abundant water from mineral wells for bathing, washing, laundry, etc., but it is not potable. Bring plenty of bottled drinking water. Our dry climate requires about twice what one would drink in an area of average humidity. There is a bar & grill in Shoshone (6 miles north), and Tecopa Hot Springs has an interesting nuveau bistro with an ever-changing menu. Aside from that, we provide refrigerator and various cooking facilities for your use. There are RV kitchenettes, outdoor barbecue grills, a large turkey smoker and what might be the very first hibachi ever made, campfire rings…. your choice. Your propane stoves are welcome in designated areas. There is a convenience store in Shoshone with outlandishly high prices. Major shopping at normal prices is in Pahrump, NV (pop. 40,000) which is an easy 30 mile drive. Las Vegas, NV is about 65 miles to the southeast. Shop for supplies before you arrive. Nearby attractions include Death Valley National Park, the Amargosa Opera House, China Ranch, Dumont Dunes, Red Rock Canyon National Recreational Area, Mount Charleston Ski Resorts, the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge or the famous Nye County Brothels (Houses of prostitution are legal in Nevada, you know.) We are four to five hours from Yosimite National Park, Disneyland, San Diego, Big Bear Ski Resorts, Lake Mead, Grand Canyon National Park, Los Angeles or Palm Springs. Guest AccessAll reservations include unlimited use of our private soaking tub fed by deep therapeutic hot mineral wells (chemical analysis available upon request), cooking facilities, outdoor soaking tubs for catching the sun or stargazing until the moon sets. Listen to the wind waft gently over the chorus of frogs in the marsh. Watch migrating waterfowl overhead. There is no cell service here. Guests may use our land line for calls anywhere in the continental United States. We do not have internet access, but free wi-fi can be had 24 hours a day about a half mile up the road at the library and community center. Interaction with GuestsAs requested. Choose quiet and privacy, a bit of wine-and-cheese by the evening campfire, a traditional cowboy potluck or whatever strikes your fancy. Our goal is to make your visit comfortable and memorable. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is fewer than 100 people. We have a small but mighty library, fire and ambulance service, a community center, post office and a few motels and spas. Basic needs are met, but this quiet rural area is most loved for the scenery, night skies and its proximity to the great outdoors. Getting AroundThere is no public transit available. If coming by air, a rental car is advised for those who want to explore. A car is not needed to enjoy local hiking, biking, birding, or communing with nature. Airport pickup available upon request. Rates vary by arrival city. Other Things to NoteWe are an adults only destination and regrettably cannot accommodate children or pets. The local coyotes are no threat to humans, but they will eat your dog or cat. You run a huge risk of losing your pet if you bring it here. The beautifully scenic Amargosa Wetland borders our property and has the only flowing water in the Death Valley region. Numerous ponds and hot springs make it a perfect habitat for a variety of species of birds, mammals and amphibians. It is also dotted with quicksand, much of which is hidden by crusted salts. We don't hike in the marsh. It's ecologically fragile as well as dangerous. Adults understand this; children sometimes do not. We prefer to err on the side of caution by taking reservations only for humans aged sixteen and over. Thank you for understanding.
    Bedroom
    Excellent
    111 reviews
    Bedroom
    • Smoking Allowed
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    The SpaceWe have a mix of rustic accommodations. "The Sewing Room" was once a place where Nancy, the original homesteader, made curtains and lace. Now converted to a sleeping room, it has a twin bed, closet, toilet, writing desk, chest of drawers a telephone with free calls within the continental United States, and just enough room to dress. It accommodates one person only. With our natural hot springs, the spellbinding scenery and bountiful outdoor recreation, your visit to THE SECOND WIND is sure to be the stuff of lasting memories. Guest AccessAll reservations include access to our private soaking tub fed by deep therapeutic hot mineral wells (chemical analysis available upon request), outdoor cooking facilities, mountain bikes for touring the Old Spanish Trail Highway, outdoor soaking tubs for catching the sun or star watching until the moon sets. Listen to the wind waft gently over a chorus of frogs in the marsh. Watch migrating waterfowl overhead. Interaction with Guests As requested by the guests. Choose absolute quiet privacy, a wine-and-cheese campfire potluck or anything in between. Our goal is to make your visit memorable. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is fewer than 300 people. We have a small but mighty library, fire and ambulance service, a community center, post office and a few motels and spas and two seasonal restaurants. There is a rustic cowboy bar and grill six miles away in Shoshone, CA that is open all year. Basic needs are met, but this quiet rural area is most loved for the scenery, night skies and its proximity to the great outdoors. Getting AroundThere is no public transit available. If coming by air, a rental car is advised for those who want to explore, and a high clearance SUV vehicle is best. A car is not needed to enjoy local hiking, biking, birding, or communing with nature. Airport pickup available upon request. Rates vary by arrival city. Other Things to NoteWe are an adults only destination and regrettably cannot accommodate children or pets. The local coyotes are no threat to humans, but they will eat your dog or cat. You run a huge risk of losing your pet if you bring it here. The beautifully scenic Amargosa Wetland borders our property and has the only flowing water in the Death Valley region. Numerous ponds and hot springs make it a perfect habitat for a variety of species of birds, mammals and amphibians. It is also dotted with quicksand, much of which is hidden by crusted salts. We don't hike in the marsh. It's ecologically fragile as well as dangerous. Adults understand this; children sometimes do not. We prefer to err on the side of caution. Thank you for understanding.
    Bedroom
    Excellent
    49 reviews
    Bedroom
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    The SpaceNOTE: This listing says "private room" and "real bed" by default because there is no option for campsite. Here we offer campsites only along with items in "Guest Access" below. For safety reasons we do not accept reservations for sleeping on the open ground. Experienced, prepared campers only, please. The campground has several tent sites situated to maximize views. Access the hot springs bathhouse with shower, soaking tub and flush toilet. Fire ring and barbecue areas are shared. Propane stoves permitted in designated areas. You'll be greeted by unmatched solitude and grandeur, expansive vistas of one of the most exotic landscapes on earth, honest and true relics of the wild west, clean air, healing volcanic waters and endless outdoor recreation opportunities that will stimulate the imagination and soothe the soul in ways that ensure your visit to The Second Wind will stand the test of time. A maximum of ten persons can occupy the campground at any one time. Once booked, it's yours alone whether you are a party of one or ten. Listed price is for one or two; additional charge each for persons three through ten in your party. Unplug. Unravel. Unwind at the Second Wind. Guest AccessAll reservations include unlimited use of our private soaking tub fed by deep therapeutic hot mineral wells and outdoor soaking tubs for catching the sun, studying the Milky Way or watching the moonset. Listen to the wind waft gently over the chorus of frogs in the marsh. There is no wi-fi on the property and no cell phone or GPS service for miles. Free Wi-fi is available 24 hours at the public library about one mile away. Guests may use our land line for calls anywhere in the continental United States. We have abundant water from mineral wells for all uses except drinking. Bring plenty of drinking water. You will need about twice what you are accustomed to drinking is a less arid climate. Dining options are limited. The Crowbar Saloon is about 6 miles north in Shoshone. Pastel's Bistro in Tecopa Hot Springs (cash only) offers a wonderful and ever-changing menu prepared with fresh, local ingredients. Bring groceries if you'd prefer to use our outdoor cooking area with outdoor barbecue grills, a large turkey smoker, a campfire ring and what might be the very first hibachi ever…. your choice. We suggest shopping for supplies in 29 Palms, Barstow, Las Vegas, Pahrump or Lone Pine. The smaller towns of Baker, Shoshone, Searchlight and Beatty have convenience stores with limited selection and higher prices. Nearby attractions include Death Valley National Park, the Amargosa Opera House, China Ranch, Dumont Dunes, Red Rock Canyon National Recreational Area, Mount Charleston Ski Resorts, the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge or the famous Nye County Brothels (Houses of prostitution are legal in Nevada, you know.) We are four to five hours from Yosimite National Park, Disneyland, San Diego, Big Bear Ski Resorts, Lake Mead, Grand Canyon National Park, Los Angeles or Palm Springs. Death Valley is one of the largest National Parks in the United States and has an amazing variety of scenery to compliment its fascinating history. You may want to take more than one day to see it. Stay at the Second Wind as long as you like, or use it to bookend an adventure of any length in this vast and surprising land between Las Vegas, Nevada and the treasures of the Eastern Sierra. Retreat. Reflect. Connect. Hear the beat of your own heart. Get away. Really away to a place where you can hear yourself breathe. Interaction with GuestsAs requested. Choose absolute quiet privacy, a bit of wine-and-cheese by the evening campfire, a cowboy potluck or whatever strikes your fancy. Our goal is to make your visit memorable. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is fewer than 300 people in winter and 75 or less in summer. We have a small but mighty library, fire and ambulance service, a community center, post office and a few motels and spas. Basic needs are met, but this quiet rural area is most loved for the scenery, night skies and its proximity to the great outdoors. Getting AroundThere is no public transit available. If coming by air, a rental car is advised for those who want to explore, and a high clearance SUV or similar vehicle is best. A car is not needed to enjoy local hiking, biking, birding, or communing with nature. Airport pickup available upon request. Rates vary by arrival city. Other Things to NoteWe are an adults only destination and regrettably cannot accommodate children or pets. The local coyotes are no threat to humans, but they will eat your dog or cat. You run a huge risk of losing your pet if you bring it here. The beautifully scenic Amargosa Wetland borders our property and has the only flowing water in the Death Valley region. Numerous ponds and hot springs make it a perfect habitat for a variety of species of birds, mammals and amphibians. It is also dotted with quicksand, much of which is hidden by crusted salts. We don't hike in the marsh. It's ecologically fragile as well as dangerous. Adults understand this; children sometimes do not. We prefer to err on the side of caution by taking reservations only for humans aged sixteen and over. Thank you for understanding.
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    44 reviews
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    The SpaceMore of an experience than your traditional bed-and-breakfast, Villa Anita is the love-child of artists Carlo Roncancio and David Aaron Smith. Originally a historic home built in 1951 by a disciple of Richard Neutra in the heat of Death Valley, the space was taken over by Carlo 15 years ago, and in the short span of 3 years has been transformed by he and David's vision into a haven for alternative and sustainable design. The house is the full-time home of these two artists, and it is their canvas in which they guide their guests through their vision. It's a place that you'll be able to say you saw back when, and you will be the last guests to see the house in the state it is during your stay. Drawing comparisons already to the Madonna Inn, House on a Rock, Porlligat, the Winchester Mystery House, and Noah Purifoy's work, Villa Anita is making use of re-purposed materials and outdoor space in a big way. Some say it's like entering the mind of the artists. During your stay, you will have privilege to the artists' studio and the outdoor sculpture garden and the myriad collection that is plastered all over the house. You could say the house is "encrusted" with little mementos, paintings, masks, statues, and fabrics from around the world. Maybe the most beautiful thing you will see during your stay is the 180 degree view of desert wilderness or the clear, starry sky at night. This is a place to take haven and enjoy peace away from the buzzing of electronics, the smog of city living, and the sounds of cars whizzing by. As of now, the house has two bedrooms. The main bedroom we rent, the mask room, has a queen and a twin bed that sleeps three comfortably. (The bathroom is not attached). The Opium Den is our upgrade for couples that features a 300 year-old Chinese opium hand-carved from teak wood and some of the most lavish decorations in the house. The property is growing and will soon feature themed rooms such as: the Light Therapy Suite (made almost entirely from bottles), the Shipwreck Suite (where we've built onto a vertical boat to create a chapel-like feel), and the Silver-bullet Suite (a vintage Airstream updated with our signature design style) . But, for now, you'll be treated to be a part of the creative process, watching the artists as they work and watching your dime go toward making mundane materials into extraordinary luxury spaces. I almost forgot to mention, we have hot springs here! The mineral content in the water here is rivaled by only one place in Japan, and has healing properties. You'll feel like a new person when you leave, relaxed, focused, and inspired to do great things! Guest Access- great wi-fi - the deepest sleep you've had in years - all meals for $20 per person - the world's premiere mineral hot springs. - world-class art, furniture, and sculpture - world-class hiking in all directions - enjoying the creative processes of the artists - mineral rich waters Interaction with GuestsWe will be at the other end of the house and will cook breakfast and possibly dinner. We will be around the property all day creating new spaces, paintings, and sculpture for our guests to enjoy. We have 5 dogs on property at all times, so you must love dogs and no pets please. The NeighborhoodWell, there's not much of a neighborhood. We are situated on the edge of the desert with gorgeous views all around. Peace and quiet is the name of this vacation. Not to mention, you are at the doorstep of Death Valley with it's incredible attractions and hiking. There are two restaurants in town, Death Valley Internet Cafe, and The Bistro, and one of the coolest places is China Ranch Date Farm, where you can get date everything: a variety of dates, date cookies, date bread, and date shakes. There's also a thrilling hike to a waterfall you can take there. Oh yeah, and the hot springs! It's a healing place to be, where you can unwind and decompress. Things to (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN): -Tecopa Hot Springs -China Ranch Date Farm -Golden Canyon -Dante's View -Artists' Pallete Getting AroundYou'll need to rent a car from the airport, and you'll want to fly in to Vegas for the shortest drive. Other Things to NoteVilla Anita is not for guests with special needs or who pine for the traditional hotel room. While we do boast the most opulent rooms in the area and give our guests lots of privacy, the Villa Anita experience is about including you into our creative little life here.
    Bedroom
    Excellent
    72 reviews
    Bedroom
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    The SpaceWe have a mix of rustic accommodations. From this page you can reserve the Library Room pictured here. Rate is for two adults. Campsites situated to maximize the views, RV hookups, a motor home or the entire property can be reserved at a variety of prices through other pages here on Airbnb. No matter, the solitude and grandeur of our two and half acres of pristine desert vistas, the clean air and outdoor recreation limited only by your own imagination will make a visit to The Second Wind stand the test of time. There is true quiet to be had at The Second Wind. We have abundant water from mineral wells for bathing, washing, laundry, etc., but it is not potable. Drinking water is available at a public county well about three miles north. Bring containers or bottled drinking water. There is a bar & grill in Shoshone (6 miles north), and Tecopa Hot Springs has an interesting nuveau bistro with an ever-changing menu. Aside from that, we provide refrigerator and various cooking facilities for your use. There is a kitchen in the main house, RV kitchenettes, outdoor barbecue grills, a large turkey smoker and what might be the very first hibachi ever made, campfire rings…. your choice. There is a convenience store in Shoshone and major shopping in Pahrump, NV (pop. 40,000) which is an easy drive of about 30 miles. Las Vegas, NV is about 65 miles to the southeast. Nearby attractions include Death Valley National Park, the Amargosa Opera House, China Ranch, Dumont Dunes, Red Rock Canyon National Recreational Area, Mount Charleston Ski Resorts, the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge or the famous Nye County Brothels (Houses of prostitution are legal in Nevada, you know.) We are four to five hours from Yosimite National Park, Disneyland, San Diego, Big Bear Ski Resorts, Lake Mead, Grand Canyon National Park, Los Angeles or Palm Springs. Guest AccessAll reservations include access to our private soaking tub fed by deep therapeutic hot mineral wells, cooking facilities, outdoor soaking tubs for catching the sun or star watching until the moon sets. Listen to the wind waft gently over the chorus of frogs in the marsh. Watch migrating waterfowl overhead. Interaction with GuestsAs requested by the guests. Choose absolute quiet privacy, a wine-and-cheese campfire potluck or anything in between. Our goal is to make your visit memorable. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is fewer than 100 people. We have a small but mighty library, fire and ambulance service, a community center, post office and a few motels and spas. Basic needs are met, but this quiet rural area is most loved for the scenery, night skies and its proximity to the great outdoors. Getting AroundThere is no public transit available. If coming by air, a rental car is advised for those who want to explore. A car is not needed to enjoy local hiking, biking, birding, or communing with nature. Other Things to NoteWe are an adults only destination and regrettably cannot accommodate children or pets. The local coyotes are no threat to humans, but they will eat your dog or cat. You run a huge risk of losing your pet if you bring it here. The beautifully scenic Amargosa Wetland borders our property and has the only flowing water in the Death Valley region. Numerous ponds and hot springs make it a perfect habitat for a variety of species of birds, mammals and amphibians. It is also dotted with quicksand, much of which is hidden by crusted salts. We don't hike in the marsh. It's ecologically fragile as well as dangerous. Adults understand this; children sometimes do not. We prefer to err on the side of caution. Thank you for understanding.
    Home/Apartment
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceWe offer the privacy and the comfort of your own space. Our private desert hot spring mineral baths allow you or your party-- seeking solitude and introspection-- to fully enjoy the mineral rich and geothermally heated artesian hot springs. Our California hot springs are considered by many to be among the best therapeutic waters in the United States. Guest AccessAll 40 acres and millions of BLM acres you can hike on. The NeighborhoodDelight's Hot Springs Resort is located in Inyo County California ( just outside of Death Valley and in the Great Basin Mojave Desert ). It is just a few hours from Los Angeles and 90 minutes from Las Vegas. Nearby you'll find the China Ranch Date Farm, as well as other local visitor favorites. And day trips can include visits to the Amargosa Opera House, and Dumont Dunes. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation. There is free parking at Delights, Death Valley Cafe, as well as most other places in Tecopa. Other Things to NoteThe Death Valley Cafe is open on the front of the property. The menu varies, depending on the availability of fresh ingredients. The nearest cell phone service is several miles away, however, there are landlines and pay phones in the area.
    Home/Apartment
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Pets Allowed
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceWe offer the privacy and the comfort of your own space. Our private desert hot spring mineral baths allow you or your party-- seeking solitude and introspection-- to fully enjoy the mineral rich and geothermally heated artesian hot springs. Our California hot springs are considered by many to be among the best therapeutic waters in the United States. Guest AccessAll 40 acres and millions of BLM acres you can hike on. The NeighborhoodDelight's Hot Springs Resort is located in Inyo County California (just outside of Death Valley and in the Great Basin Mojave Desert ). It is just a few hours from Los Angeles and 90 minutes from Las Vegas. Nearby you'll find the China Ranch Date Farm, as well as other local visitor favorites. And day trips can include visits to the Amargosa Opera House, and Dumont Dunes. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation. There is free parking at Delights, Death Valley Cafe, as well as most other places in Tecopa.
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    8 reviews
    3br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceYou will have complete privacy in our beautiful vacation home. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the mountains and surrounding area. Soak your stresses away in our family's mineral rich and geothermal heated Artesian Hot Springs. Then drift to dream land on our luxurious beds for your sleeping pleasure. We have 3 bedrooms, one with a king sized bed and the other rooms have queen beds. We can accommodate up to 8 guests with an air mattress in the common area. Guest AccessAll guests will be provided with VIP passes to Delights Hot Springs Resort. These passes are worth 15 dollars per person per day and are included in the price of the rental. You will have access to everything my house has to offer. Interaction with GuestsInteractions with myself will be by phone, text, or email. There will be no cell phone service in Tecopa but if you need to get ahold of me for any reason there is a phone available at Delights Hot Springs Resort and internet access at the Death Valley Internet café and the Tecopa Library. The NeighborhoodTecopa is located 9 miles (14 km) south-southeast of Shoshone, at an elevation of 1,339 feet (408 m). The population was 150 at the 2010 census. We are within 5 miles to the entrance of Death Valley National Park… Death Valley National Park straddles eastern California and Nevada. It's known for Titus Canyon, Furnace Creek, and Badwater Basin's salt flats, which is North America's lowest point. Telescope Peak Trail weaves past pine trees. North of the spiky salt mounds known as the Devil's Golf Course, rattlesnakes live in Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes. Near Nevada is the Spanish-style mansion Scotty's Castle. The park is home to many species of plants and animals that have adapted to this harsh desert environment. Some examples include creosote bush, bighorn sheep, coyote, and the Death Valley pupfish, a survivor of much wetter times. About 15 minutes away from us is China Ranch Date Farm. From the Las Vegas Review Journal… China Ranch Date Farm is a popular cool-season destination with wide-ranging appeal. This hidden oasis is lush with groves of various date palms, stands of cottonwoods and thickets of vegetation. Visitors follow a twisting road between high, chalky cliffs to park near a gift shop, snack bar, landscaping nursery, date processing sheds, a one-room museum and miles of hiking trails. We are about 30 minutes from Dumont Dunes. Dumont Sand Dunes are located approximately 30 miles north of Baker, CA. The elevation at Dumont ranges from about 700 feet at the river crossing to 1200 feet on the top of Comp Hill. There is approximately 8,150 acres of open area. From one end to the other Dumont is about 3-4 miles long and about 1.3 miles wide. The types of dunes range from small rollers to large razorbacks and bowls. Many of the hills are very large and steep. There are two areas of dunes at Dumont, "Little Dumont" (located along HWY127) and then the main area of dunes where most of the duners often go. Approximately a mile north of "Little Dumont" on HWY127 there is a gravel road (Dumont Dunes Road), which brings you to the main area of Dumont Dunes. Amargosa Opera House… Located a few miles west of the California-Nevada border, near Death Valley National Park, no journey to this part of the world would be complete without a visit to this unique and inspiring destination. We are also about 30 minutes from Front Sight resort the world's premier and largest resort dedicated exclusively to providing specialized courses in self-defense training and personal safety with firearms or without. Getting AroundYou will need your own vehicle to fully enjoy the surrounding area. However, we are within walking distance to the Death Valley Internet Café, Delights Hot Springs Resort, Tecopa Library, Tecopa Fire Station, a public playground, Tecopa Hot Springs, and many hiking trails. Other Things to NotePlease remember for your vacation that cell service is not available in this area.
    Home/Apartment
    3br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceThe master bathroom has a new tub, big enough for two, to be used as your personal hot springs. All of the water on property is natural mineral water which is great for the body. Guest AccessYou will enjoy full access to Delights Hot Springs Resort which has private hot springs for you to relax in. The hot springs is just a short walk away.
    hotel
    37 reviews
    16br hotel
    • Breakfast
    • Gym
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    Enjoy your visit to Shoshone with a stay at Shoshone Inn. Guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool, and freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks. Rooms offer private spa tubs and flat-screen TVs.
    house
    3br house
      Conveniently located on Tecopa Hot Springs RD. Walking distance to all the attractions. We are next door to the Death Valley CafĂŠ and Delights Hot Springs. Included with your stay are VIP passes for all your guests to enjoy the Hot Springs. These passes are worth 15 dollars per person per day and are included in the price of the rental. You will have complete privacy in our beautiful home. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the mountains and surrounding area. Soak your stresses away in our family's mineral rich and geothermal heated Artesian Hot Springs. Then drift to dream land on our luxurious beds for your sleeping pleasure. We have 3 bedrooms, one with a king sized bed and the other rooms have queen beds. We can accommodate up to 8 guests with a air mattress in the common area. Points of Interest Tecopa is located 9 miles (14 km) south-southeast of Shoshone, at an elevation of 1,339 feet (408 m). The population was 150 at the 2010 census. 5 miles north is the entrance of Death Valley National Park… Death Valley National Park straddles eastern California and Nevada. It’s known for Titus Canyon, Furnace Creek, and Badwater Basin’s salt flats, which is North America's lowest point. Telescope Peak Trail weaves past pine trees. North of the spiky salt mounds known as the Devil’s Golf Course, rattlesnakes live in Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes. Near Nevada is the Spanish-style mansion Scotty’s Castle. The park is home to many species of plants and animals that have adapted to this harsh desert environment. Some examples include creosote bush, bighorn sheep, coyote, and the Death Valley pupfish, a survivor of much wetter times. Shoeshone…. 15 minutes south from us is China Ranch Date Farm. From the Las Vegas Review Journal… China Ranch Date Farm is a popular cool-season destination with wide-ranging appeal. This hidden oasis is lush with groves of various date palms, stands of cottonwoods and thickets of vegetation. Visitors follow a twisting road between high, chalky cliffs to park near a gift shop, snack bar, landscaping nursery, date processing sheds, a one-room museum and miles of hiking trails. 5 miles north is the little town of Shoshone. That is where the Crowbar Restaurant is located. They have a gas station with general store, museum, Sheriff Station, and small plane landing strip. Shoshone Village is also the southern gateway to the Death Valley National Park. 30 minutes south from us is Dumont Dunes. Dumont Sand Dunes are located approximately 30 miles north of Baker, CA. The elevation at Dumont ranges from about 700 feet at the river crossing to 1200 feet on the top of Comp Hill. There is approximately 8,150 acres of open area. From one end to the other, Dumont is about 3-4 miles long and about 1.3 miles wide. The types of dunes range from small rollers to large razorbacks and bowls. Many of the hills are very large and steep. There are two areas of dunes at Dumont, "Little Dumont" (located along HWY127) and then the main area of dunes where most of the duners often go. Approximately a mile north of "Little Dumont" on HWY127 there is a gravel road (Dumont Dunes Road), which brings you to the main area of Dumont Dunes. Amargosa Opera House… Located a few miles west of the California-Nevada border, near Death Valley National Park. Live ballet is performed on the weekends. I would call ahead for the times of performances. We are also about 30 minutes from Front Sight resort the world’s premier and largest resort dedicated exclusively to providing specialized courses in self-defense training and personal safety with firearms or without. You will need your own vehicle to fully enjoy the surrounding area. However, we are within walking distance to the Death Valley Internet Café, Delights Hot Springs Resort, Tecopa Library, Tecopa Fire Station, a public playground, Tecopa Hot Springs, and many hiking trails.
      Bedroom
      Bedroom
      • Wifi
      The SpaceThe bottle cabin is almost completely built from recycled material. It is an art piece that to us represents the accumulation and subsequent transformation of waste into beauty. It is alchemy. The frame was made from recycled wood from a gutted Vegas gym. The walls were from bottles that we, ourselves, drank. The floor is composed of palettes that are stuffed with all our plastic recyclables, and the ceiling is stuffed with used plastic tarps and shade fabrics.
      Home/Apartment
      3br Home/Apartment
      • Pets Allowed
      Conveniently located on Tecopa Hot Springs RD. Walking distance to all the attractions. We are next door to the Death Valley Café and Delights Hot Springs. Included with your stay are VIP passes for all your guests to enjoy the Hot Springs. These passes are worth 15 dollars per person per day and are included in the price of the rental. You will have complete privacy in our beautiful home. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the mountains and surrounding area. Soak your stresses away in our family's mineral rich and geothermal heated Artesian Hot Springs. Then drift to dream land on our luxurious beds for your sleeping pleasure. We have 3 bedrooms, one with a king sized bed and the other rooms have queen beds. We can accommodate up to 8 guests with a air mattress in the common area.
      Country House
      2br Country House
        More of an experience than your traditional bed-and-breakfast, Villa Anita is the love-child of artists Carlo Roncancio and David Aaron Smith. Originally a historic home built in 1951 by a disciple of Richard Neutra in the heat of Death Valley, the space was taken over by Carlo 15 years ago, and in the short span of 3 years has been transformed by he and David's vision into a haven for alternative and sustainable design. The house is the full-time home of these two artists, and it is their canvas in which they guide their guests through their vision. It's a place that you'll be able to say you saw back when, and you will be the last guests to see the house in the state it is during your stay. Drawing comparisons already to the Madonna Inn, House on a Rock, Porlligat, the Winchester Mystery House, and Noah Purifoy's work, Villa Anita is making use of re-purposed materials and outdoor space in a big way. Some say it's like entering the mind of the artists. During your stay, you will have privilege to the artists' studio and the outdoor sculpture garden and the myriad collection that is plastered all over the house. You could say the house is "encrusted" with little mementos, paintings, masks, statues, and fabrics from around the world. Maybe the most beautiful thing you will see during your stay is the 180 degree view of desert wilderness or the clear, starry sky at night. This is a place to take haven and enjoy peace away from the buzzing of electronics, the smog of city living, and the sounds of cars whizzing by. As of now, the house has two bedrooms. The main bedroom we rent, the mask room, has a queen and a twin bed that sleeps three comfortably. (The bathroom is not attached). The Opium Den is our upgrade for couples that features a 300 year-old Chinese opium hand-carved from teak wood and some of the most lavish decorations in the house. The property is growing and will soon feature themed rooms such as: the Light Therapy Suite (made almost entirely from bottles), the Shipwreck Suite (where we've built onto a vertical boat to create a chapel-like feel), and the Silver-bullet Suite (a vintage Airstream updated with our signature design style) . But, for now, you'll be treated to be a part of the creative process, watching the artists as they work and watching your dime go toward making mundane materials into extraordinary luxury spaces. I almost forgot to mention, we have hot springs here! The mineral content in the water here is rivaled by only one place in Japan, and has healing properties. You'll feel like a new person when you leave, relaxed, focused, and inspired to do great things!
        Other
        3br Other
        • Parking
        • Pets Allowed
        • Wifi
        Conveniently located on Tecopa Hot Springs RD. walking distance to all the attractions. We are next door to the Death Valley Internet Café and Delights Hot Springs. Included with your stay are VIP passes for all your guests to enjoy the Hot Springs. These passes are worth 15 dollars per person per day. You will have complete privacy in our beautiful vacation home. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the mountains and surrounding area. Soak your stresses away in our family's mineral rich and geothermal heated Artesian Hot Springs. Then drift to dream land on our luxurious beds for your sleeping pleasure. We have 3 bedrooms, one with a king sized bed and the other rooms have queen beds. We can accommodate up to 8 guests with a air mattress in the common area.
        Other
        3br Other
        • Parking
        • Wifi
        Conveniently located on Tecopa Hot Springs RD. walking distance to all the attractions. We are next door to the Death Valley Internet Café and Delights Hot Springs. Included with your stay are VIP passes for all your guests to enjoy the Hot Springs. You will have complete privacy in our beautiful vacation home. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the mountains and surrounding area. Soak your stresses away in our family's mineral rich and geothermal heated Artesian Hot Springs. Then drift to dream land on our luxurious beds for your sleeping pleasure. We have 3 bedrooms, one with a king sized bed and the other rooms have queen beds. We can accommodate up to 8 guests with a air mattress in the common area.