My place is close to great views and restaurants and dining. You’ll love my place because of privacy, fenced yard, clean and cozy, front deck to have coffee or cocktails while enjoying the peaceful desert. It is just miles from Rhyolite ghost town, Death Valley, hot springs and more.. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), big groups, and furry friends (pets).
Our space is 8 miles to the entrance to Death Valley through Daylight Pass. You can enjoy breathtaking stargazing due to the lack of light pollution. It is quiet and peaceful, lending itself to walking, hiking and solitude.
Zugang für Gäste
There is a large gravel parking area on the south side of the house. Entry is through the front (D Street entrance) entryway, apartment A. The lockbox is in the entryway. The front covered deck is shared, however, the back covered patio is for your use along with the fenced yard. If you need wheelchair access, we can make arrangements to assist you. The kitchen is fully-equipped for your use. Extra bedding and towels are in the bedroom closet.
Let us know what we can do to make your stay better: we appreciate your feedback.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We will be as responsive as possible: texting or emailing is the best way to get in touch with us. Unless there is an issue, we won't intrude on your privacy.
Weitere wichtige Infos
If you are going to Death Valley on your own, especially during the summer months, please note the following precautions:
*carry at least one gallon (4 liters) per person per day with you, plus extra in the car even if you are planning a short visit,
*do NOT rely on your smart phone or gps device as they can advise dangerous shortcuts,
*carry a paper map always,
*do NOT enter mines,
* bring an umbrella, sunscreen, hat and sunglasses to protect you from the sun,
*ensure your vehicle has a working spare tire and tools to change it,
*flash floods occur in the desert, so don't hike in narrow canyons if rain is forecast,
*stay with your car if you breakdown,
* dizziness, nausea and headache are signs of heat exhaustion,
*wiping yourself down with a wet, cold towel is the fastest way to cool your core temperature, and,
*traveling off-road can be deadly if you are unprepared, you don't have cellular service and no one knows where you are: be cautious!
Please feel free to enjoy our space and help yourself to food and beverages therein. Drinking water is Brita filtered from the small tap next to the kitchen faucet. The coffee pot does not turn off automatically; please turn it off when you leave.
We ask that you leave the space reasonably tidy and in good order when you leave. Also, please let us know of any problems that you have immediately so that you are aware of them and can assist you. Please be considerate of occupants in the adjacent duplex, keeping noise to a reasonable level.
Feel free to enjoy the large bathtub, however, be advised that there is not enough hot water to fill it entirely.
The duplex does have its own fenced backyard for your pets and we welcome them if they are well-mannered and you pick up after them.
Please contact us with any questions. Thank you!
We are longtime Nevadans who love the small-town perks of Beatty. Both of us are do-it-yourselfers and love working, building and creating together. Aside from raising our 5 awesome kids, our biggest project has been building our own straw bale house.