At this once-in-a-lifetime lodging, cave men (and women) never had it so good.
Being at one with the Earth takes on new meaning at Kokopelli's Cave. Originally intended as a geological research office, this manmade, one-bedroom B&B sits 70 feet below the surface of a mesa and is accessed through an entrance carved into a cliff face. Complete with a working kiva fireplace, this rustic retreat is reminiscent of the nearby Anasazi cliff dwellings ... with the exception of electricity, comfy Southwest furnishings and a rock-walled bathroom with a hot tub and waterfall shower. Along with a full kitchen, a patio barbecue is on hand for outdoor grilling. A breathtaking sunset view spans the La Plata River Valley and the four states region of Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado.