My place is small, cozy, unique, clean and comfortable within walking distance to quaint downtown areas. While it does have sleeping accomodation for up to 5 guests, that is a tight fit, with a queen-sized futon and small sofa bed in the living room and a queen-sized bed in the single bedroom. The bedroom is curtained off for privacy. It is most comfortable for 2-3 travelers.
Death Valley Base Camp is an artful travel trailer, now permanently posted in Beatty, Nevada, near Death Valley National Park. The trailer has an outdoor area with a firepit, a full size bed, a twin, coffee maker, toaster oven, COLD shower, kettle, and a composting toilet. Not luxury, Base Camp is a simple, comfortable launching point for your adventure. ! Wifi only works sometimes! ! Pipes have started freezing! All are welcome, including animals, though it's small for more than two people.
“We never had a camper experience before and I am glad that I picked this one to begin with. The place is cute and has all amenities. The AC was great for a Death Valley summer. The location is great and has wonderful night sky views. Will definitely visit again.”
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).
“Andrea's place is an amazing value and completely understated. Although the house is older, the space is quiet, clean, and very comfortable. We thoroughly enjoyed relaxing on the patio in the evening and our bed was comfortable and provided a restful night's sleep. Andrea is quick to respond with any questions and they have provided helpful tips for visiting the park, as well as local amenities. Make sure you bring a map with you, they have provided them for you, and also make sure to bring plenty of water. Access to the park is quick and easy and was worth the drive even though it was closed due to Covid 19. Driving through the park was a sight to behold. Make sure you use the restroom though before you leave because the restrooms in the park were closed. And do watch for Burros, they do wander the streets and will stop right in front of you. Our visit was fun and enjoyable.”