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Wilderness cave dwelling, blasted out of mountain for spectacular views

This 1,650 square foot, one-bedroom cave home carved from a 65-million year old sandstone formation 280 feet above the La Plata River is furnished with plush carpeting, Southwestern style furniture and accents, hot and cold running water, a well-appointed kitchen including microwave and washer/dryer, cascading waterfall-style shower, and a flagstone hot tub.

Cave Bed and Breakfast, blasted out of rockface

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Naja Dollar
Dec 17 2011
This place is a one-of-a-kind visit! I highly recommend it. If a peaceful night's sleep is what you are looking for, then Koko's Cave is the place. And then to wake up to natural rock shower or hot tub experience is perfect. In the evening, the wild ringtail cats, climb over the cliffs and wait to be feed at the balcony door. Believe me, these will be the only visitors to "ring the bell". While in Farmington, for a great red or green chili meal, check out Los Rios, it's in a small little strip center on Sullivan St. YUM.

mike hazeres
Dec 17 2011
I really thought I would not like being underground like that till I went to the sight and started checking things out for myself. Pretty cool.

Liz Attebery
Dec 17 2011
Awesome! A former Farmington resident, I had heard for years about the "steel doors," mysterious place on the bluff that became Kokopelli's, and returned to stay there with my son in 2001. It was better than anticipated. Ultra-cool decor, waterfall shower, even a kiva, appliances for cooking and laundry -- plus magnificent views. If you want to "get away from it all," you can't beat this!

Jim Schoeberlein
Dec 17 2011
We stayed at Kokopelli's Cave in Septmeber of 2010. It was simply wonderful. A night you won't forget!

Angela Roff
Dec 23 2008
I have stayed at the cave, lived in Farmington for a period and am familiar with the owners. There is an airport in Farmington and flights arrive from all over like Denver, Phoenix, Albuquerque, Dallas. I believe American and Great Lakes both fly in.

A G
Nov 26 2008
This place was great.

Nikki Pepper
Nov 23 2007
This place is awesome!! We went and loved it so much that we bought our parents each a night as well. They loved too!! A must if you get the chance!!!

New Yorker Kango
Nov 1 2007
This place is one of my favorite destinations in New Mexico. I lived in Santa Fe for a bit, and made the trip to Farmington just to stay in this place. LOVE the way in embodies the lively spirit Kokopelli.

Emma Hemness
Mar 4 2007
Althought this feedback is a little late in coming, we visited Kokopelli's Cave in Summer 2005 and it was the highlight of our trip thru the Southwest. You are sure to get the best bragging rights there is among your friends by staying in a real cave. It's wll worth going a little out of the way if you have to to enjoy this experience. Perfect for a family (our son was 7) as well as for a romantic stay (very private and secluded).

Naja Dollar
Dec 17 2011
This place is a one-of-a-kind visit! I highly recommend it. If a peaceful night's sleep is what you are looking for, then Koko's Cave is the place. And then to wake up to natural rock shower or hot tub experience is perfect. In the evening, the wild ringtail cats, climb over the cliffs and wait to be feed at the balcony door. Believe me, these will be the only visitors to "ring the bell". While in Farmington, for a great red or green chili meal, check out Los Rios, it's in a small little strip center on Sullivan St. YUM.

Liz Attebery
Dec 17 2011
Awesome! A former Farmington resident, I had heard for years about the "steel doors," mysterious place on the bluff that became Kokopelli's, and returned to stay there with my son in 2001. It was better than anticipated. Ultra-cool decor, waterfall shower, even a kiva, appliances for cooking and laundry -- plus magnificent views. If you want to "get away from it all," you can't beat this!

Jim Schoeberlein
Dec 17 2011
We stayed at Kokopelli's Cave in Septmeber of 2010. It was simply wonderful. A night you won't forget!

A G
Nov 26 2008
This place was great.

Nikki Pepper
Nov 23 2007
This place is awesome!! We went and loved it so much that we bought our parents each a night as well. They loved too!! A must if you get the chance!!!

New Yorker Kango
Nov 1 2007
This place is one of my favorite destinations in New Mexico. I lived in Santa Fe for a bit, and made the trip to Farmington just to stay in this place. LOVE the way in embodies the lively spirit Kokopelli.

Emma Hemness
Mar 4 2007
Althought this feedback is a little late in coming, we visited Kokopelli's Cave in Summer 2005 and it was the highlight of our trip thru the Southwest. You are sure to get the best bragging rights there is among your friends by staying in a real cave. It's wll worth going a little out of the way if you have to to enjoy this experience. Perfect for a family (our son was 7) as well as for a romantic stay (very private and secluded).

Angela Roff
Dec 23 2008
I have stayed at the cave, lived in Farmington for a period and am familiar with the owners. There is an airport in Farmington and flights arrive from all over like Denver, Phoenix, Albuquerque, Dallas. I believe American and Great Lakes both fly in.

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Kokopelli’s Cave

Farmington, United States of America
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Wilderness cave dwelling, blasted out of mountain for spectacular views
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