Our cave house is built into the vertical cliffs of Tertiary Ojo Alamo sandstone and overlooks the beautiful La Plata river valley some 300′
below. The cave itself is 70′ below the surface. The entrance is located in the cliff face and is reached by walking down a sloping path and
steps cut into the sandstone along the pathway. From the Cave and the cliff tops, you have an unparalleled view of our beautiful southwest
sunsets over the beautiful La Plata River valley and the four states of Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado that make up the Four Corners.
The Cave is a man made cave and was originally intended to be a unique office for Bruce Black, the owner who is a consulting geologist. When
this plan didn’t materialize, they decided to make it into a bed and breakfast.
When you reserve Kokopelli’s cave, you will be staying in a cave of approximately 1700 sq. feet. The Cave consists of a master bedroom, living
area, replica Native American kiva, dining area, full kitchen and bathroom with rock walls incorporating a waterfall shower and Jacuzzi tub.
There are two porches with sliding glass doors; one off the main entrance and the other off the master bedroom. With the exception of the
bedroom and bathroom, all the rooms are located around a large central sandstone pillar which separates the Cave into its various component
rooms. The temperature in the Cave stays between 68° and 73° year around.
Since there is no elevator, it is wise to pack as lightly as possible. A backpack is a good idea.
Since we feed the local “critters”; squirrels, chipmunks, ring-tail cats and hummingbirds, WE DO NOT ALLOW PETS. Also, SMOKING IS NOT ALLOWED.