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I stayed in the Willow Tree Cabin (AMAZING), which came with its own wooden hot tub - perfect after a day of hiking at Death Valley National Park. The room comes equipped with a kitchen and snacks, great for heating up/cooking food from town of...More
Every now and then you come across a really unique place, a little out of the way, which is truly special because of what it is, where it is, and the people who are there. Shady Lady is one of those places. We recently stayed...More
The Shady Lady is a part of Nv History that is a very interesting place to stay. I was in the oriental room and it was definitely a oriental design with a comfortable bed and private bath. Even though it is off hwy 95 it...More
A very interesting story and location with the nicest host, excellent breakfast. The location though a bit far from Beatty is ideal for the out of town unique experience I was hoping for. The peacocks and bunnies add to the atmosphere, very clean and well...More
So you arrive at this little (sorta hard to find) house and shuffle up to the front door and ring the bell. If it's late, there may be tiny adorable wild bunnies running around the property. A man answers the door who looks friendly, bright,...More
Response from Richard P | Reviewed this property |
Hi. I don't recall seeing a microwave. If you're coming from the South, KC's saloon in Beatty is a good place to stop for food prior to arrival. Coming from the North, Tonopah is a fair way north, although I guess there... More
Hi. I don't recall seeing a microwave. If you're coming from the South, KC's saloon in Beatty is a good place to stop for food prior to arrival. Coming from the North, Tonopah is a fair way north, although I guess there might be somewhere to eat in Goldfield. Don't let the location put you off; a cold picnic and few beers on the porch while watching the sun set over Death Valley is well worth stopping for!