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We stayed for two nights and drove to Death Valley NP from here during the day. The area around Tecopa is one of the most beautiful places in the West, and the staff at Cynthia's was knowledgeable, friendly, accommodating, and super cool. We stayed in...More
Cynthia's is incredibly funky. Cynthia herself is fabulous, she is friendly and warm and her knowledge of the area is a wonderful resource. We used her place as base camp for 6 nights--we made forays into Death Valley, the Amargosa Canyon, Ash Meadows, and the...More
Very impressed with the setting in a small oasis in the desert, i stayed in the wigwams which were warm and comfy thanks to our fire place and electric sheets. the walks around cynthia's were the highlight and cynthia was very kind to draw out...More
we slept here in august for 2 nights on our way from Las vegas to San francisco. we choose this accomondation because we would like to stay outside of all the tourist. the Bed and Breakfast is made by 3 trailers in the middle of...More
We were looking for a place to stay on the east side of Death Valley. Cynthia's was one of very few choices, and after looking at the website, decided to try it. As other's have said, this property has several different sites. We stayed in...More
Hi, Cynthia's Hostel, I don't have a question, but simply a request: My daughter Shannon Brophy is currently there with the Brooklyn College Geology class. She requested and I sent another "Rite in Rain" geology notebook that should arrive tomorrow via Amazon. (Wish it were ME that was arriving there tomorrow. Your place seems completely beyond fabulous.) Just wanted to give you a heads up when it arrived. Thanks so much.