Carved into 65-million-year-old sandstone, the Kokopelli Bed and Breakfast is built 70 feet below-ground and 280-feet above the La Plata River, offering glorious views stretching all the way across the Four Corners of New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Colorado.
The cave, which can accommodate six people and stays a cozy 72F year-round, was originally intended as an office for a geologist.
The 1,650sqft, fully furnished suite features a fireplace, queen-sized sofa bed, futon, two recliners, and a TV/DVD. There's also a VCR for watching your favorite Alf videos, should you happen to have them in the back of your station wagon.
The cave is laid out in a semicircle around a central pillar, and involves a bit of a hike as well as a ladder climb to reach. When you do, though, it's the rustic Southwestern style, Kokopelli artwork, and dreamcatcher accents that really makes this hole in the ground feel like home. Just not yours. Because dreamcatchers.