The people were excellent, the food was great, and we hope to stay there again in the future.
Beautiful property with a very nice and accommodating staff. Dinner was pricey BUT so worth it. Loved having the golf cart while staying in the Casita. The only negative was the mattress on the pull out couch was VERY thin for our guest.
Friendly staff is willing to provide useful information on what to see and how to plan your day in temperatures around 50 degrees Celsius that are common in Death Valley in summertime as well as at other seasons, I am sure. There is a restaurant and a gas station and a lot of space to sit and observe ...
near from Death Valley National Park. This is nice.
Spent three nights at the ranch, exploring the Alabama Hills and surrounding Lone Pine area. Great base camp! Beautifully redone inside with everything we needed, including a big collection of movies shot on location in the Alabama Hills. The home sits in the middle of massive granitic boulders, ...
It was so convenient and close to the Lone Pine museum
Rustic, but historic, lodging. Clean and staff were accommodating...only issue was checkin because of corresponding tours and lack of front desk staffing
I loved the Sierra Nevada mountain range right behind us, the beautiful star filled nights, the rooms were decent, the Olancha Cafe was good home cooking, but the best was the service! Chris & Hannah took care of whatever we needed and did it all with smiles... truly unparalleled! We loved it and ...
Hang out with nature at Death Valley National Park.
It can be found in Lone Pine. If you're visiting the state capital, Sacramento, you'll have to travel 280 miles to get there.
You're not going to have any luck if you prefer to book some accommodations next to Death Valley National Park. The Springhill Suites by Marriott Ridgecrest is a reasonable choice, located 65 miles away. The Hampton Inn and Suites Ridgecrest and the Quality Inn are two other hotels which you can find 65 miles and 65 miles away from Death Valley National Park.