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    Kokopelli Cave Bed and Breakfast

    5001 Antelope Jct, Farmington, NM 87402-1009
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    Overview
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    • Very good9%
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    • Terrible2%
    Travellers talk about
    “the cliff” (14 reviews)
    “ring tailed” (9 reviews)
    Free Parking
    Breakfast included
    Non-Smoking Rooms
    Kitchenette
    Paid Wifi
    Pool
    Restaurant
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    1 - 5 of 84 reviews

    Reviewed 1 week ago

    Absolutely loved Kokopelli's Cave! My husband and I have traveled quite a bit and this was by far one of the best experiences ever! The walk down to the cave from the garage/parking area was not as bad as I imagined. The view from the...More

    Thank smbrn
    Reviewed 3 weeks ago

    The cave itself is a wonderful experience but we had to park above the cave in a remote area accessible to vandals and thieves. Our truck had the windows broke out and the doors damaged in a pouring rain making it undriveable a thousand miles...More

    Thank darryl t
    Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

    Life is meant to be lived to fullest and always full of new and exciting experiences. Kokopelli's cave has all of that and more. Interesting hillside bed and breakfast 60 ft. into a mountainside. A must do on a road trip. If you're anywhere near...More

    Thank marcopolo7676
    Reviewed 24 April 2017

    I happened on to this place by reading another article about a New Mexico Trading Post built into a cave. Since it usually books up months in advance, I was amazed it was available for Easter weekend (2017). I booked it as a surprise for...More

    1  Thank Jane K K
    Reviewed 19 March 2017

    We stayed there on our spring break from Texas in March of 2017. Tom was our guide. He did a great job showing us the ropes of the cave. Getting to the cave is scary because the path is not consistent at all. The front...More

    Thank Jennifer C
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    • Top amenities
    • Free Parking
    • Breakfast included
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    • Free Parking
    • Breakfast included
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    • Price range
    • US$ 220 - US$ 260 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
    • Room types
    • Kitchenette ,
    • Non-Smoking Rooms
    • Number of rooms
    • 1
    • Location
    • United States >
    • New Mexico >
    • Farmington
    • Also Known As
    • Kokopelli Cave Hotel Farmington ,
    • Kokopelli Cave b&b ,
    • Kokopelli Cave b And b
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    Cheryl M
    2 July 2016|
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    Response from Jennifer R |
    Yes, there is a toilet sink and a waterfall shower and jacuzzi tub.
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    1 July 2016|
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    Response from LionandProf | Reviewed this property |
    Oh yes, the cave is a quite civilized. It has doors, raised floors, carpet, etc. II's not just a hole in the cliff face. As a matter of fact, Gayle will warn you to keep the screens closed because the squirrels occasionally... More
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    "Pack Light, what you carry down you have to carry back up."
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    "Take a backpack as luggage."
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    "Sofa beds in adjoining room, so not of those wanting privacy, if more than one couple..."
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    "Pack lightly, it's a journey to the entrance."
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