Cozy Cabin with a Private Hot Tub


Logement entier : guest house · Hôte : Beth Augusta Behr

  1. 2 voyageurs
  2. 1 chambre
  3. 1 lit
  4. 1 salle de bain
Logement entier
Vous aurez le logement (guest house) rien que pour vous.
Nettoyage renforcé
Cet hôte s'engage à appliquer le processus de nettoyage renforcé en 5 étapes d'Airbnb.
Arrivée autonome
Vous pouvez entrer dans les lieux avec un concierge.
Idéalement situé
100 % des voyageurs ont attribué 5 étoiles à l'emplacement du logement.
A stunning view of the mountains by day & the amazing Milky Way at night.
The Cabin is private and self contained with a shower, sink & toilet.
The hot tub & kitchen are out the door and a few steps away.
Wifi is everywhere, a Verizon tower is close, the water is sweet.
An oasis and sanctuary for wildlife; with ponds, shade trees & flowering plants.
Galleries, Art, Antiques, Curiosities, Shrines and Sculptures are abundant.
This is an experience as well as a place to recharge, relax & reconnect

Le logement
Included in the nightly rate are “Experinces”. Which includes a Guided Tour of the Property and 3 Galleries. A visit to Suzy’s Shrine-the Guinness World Record Holder: Oldest Donkey Ever! You will meet the resident animals: Zsa Zsa the tree climbing dog and her side kick Ava; Beatrice the gorgeous Goose, Bambi the 40 year old horse, mini donkeys, the giant Koi fish and more.

The Cabin is only 12 miles from the First Dark Sky Sanctuary (Cosmic Campground) and 4 miles from the Catwalk National Recreational Trail.

The spacious studio floor plan houses an ornate four-poster queen bed, a free-standing closet, laptop-friendly expandable table, chairs, an eclectic library (including many regional books), reading lights, outlets, USB ports, ceiling fan, seasonal air conditioner and heater. Comforters, electric blanket, bath products, teas, coffee with coffee makers are included.
The bathroom has been newly remodeled with a walk in shower.

- Private Entrance
- WiFi is strong on the entire property
- Private Hot Tub
- In-Cabin Sink, Toilet and Shower
- Reading lights with USB ports and charger for iPhone and iWatch
- Bed side tables
- Covered Outdoor Kitchen and Living Room: Microwave, Toaster Oven, Refrigerator, Propane Grill w/ Side Burner, Hot Water Kettle, 2 burner electric stovetop.
- Pots and Pans
- Utensils
- Plates, Bowls, Mugs
- Fresh Eggs, English Muffins, Bacon are provided
(You cook, Host Beth washes your dishes)
- Coffee Maker with Coffee, Sugar, Creamer
- Delicious Well Water From The Tap
- Down Comforter, Electric Blanket, Feather and Non-Allergenic Pillows
- Ceiling Fans (Cabin + Porch)
- Electric Heater (Seasonal)
- Air Conditioning (Seasonal)
- Complimentary Bath Supplies
- 100% Cotton Sheets, Towels and Wash Cloths
- Board Games and Cards
- Eclectic Library
- Picnic Tables and Chairs
- Hammock

This enchantingly rustic and historic Cabin was once a bunkhouse. Legend has it that "Billy The Kid" slept here. (After all, his stepdad William Antrim owned the house next door.) Large windows frame a stunning view of the Gila National Forest's Mogollon Mountains. After much work and care, the Cabin is a medley of visual delights; every detail (indoors and outdoors) is the art and passion of your host.

In consideration of those with allergies, my cats and dogs never go into the Cabin.

No poisons or pesticides are used on my property, but in the Cabin, I use the (airbnb) recommended cleaning procedures.
My property borders the Gila National Forest.

Où vous dormirez

Ce que propose ce logement

Vue sur le jardin
Vue sur la montagne
Vitesse du réseau wifi : 9 Mbps
Parking gratuit sur place
Jacuzzi privé(e)
Climatiseur de fenêtre
Patio ou balcon : privé(e)
Indisponible : Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone
Indisponible : Détecteur de fumée

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Où se situe le logement

Glenwood, Nouveau-Mexique, États-Unis

We are surrounded by New Mexico's Gila National Forest, and very close to the Aldo Leopold Wilderness area which was the first to be established in the United States.

Glenwood boasts hot springs, labyrinths, canyons, mountains, galleries and ghost towns. This is the perfect place for relaxing, sightseeing, fishing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, birding and gazing at the starry night sky.

The San Francisco River runs through our valley from the north; Whitewater and Mineral Creeks cascade from the east; the spectacular Mogollon Mountain Range outlines the sky.

The stunning and diverse landscape of the surrounding area covers four of the six life zones and we enjoy 4 gentle seasons. This is a bird watchers paradise; from bald and golden eagles to resident great blue herons and black hawks, migrating cranes and ducks to six different species of hummingbirds.

Our piece of heaven is home to the Cosmic Campground: which has the distinction of being named the first Dark Sky Sanctuary in the World:

This area is rich in history from the pre-historic Mimbreno Culture; famous Apache Chiefs: Mangas Colorado, Victorio, and Geronimo; Mining camps, ghost towns; the "Wild Bunch", Butch Cassidy, Billy the Kid, William Antrim; the first motorized "Air Ship" to fly in New Mexico and conservationist Aldo Leopold.

Glenwood is known for the Catwalk Recreation Area, which is 4 miles up the canyon from the Cozy Cabin.

Whitewater Canyon, site of the famous Catwalk, was a central point in the mining history of this area. The town called both Graham and Whitewater grew up around a mill built by John T. Graham in 1893. All that remains to mark the spot is part of the mill walls still clinging to the west side of the canyon near the entrance to The Catwalk. The mines above the canyon were worked from their discovery in 1889 until 1942 (Billy the Kid's stepfather, William Antrim, was a blacksmith at Graham).

The Helen Mining Company was first to develop 13 claims about 4 miles upstream from the mill which could not be built closer to the mines because of the rough, narrow canyon. A 3 mile long, 4" metal pipeline provided a continuous water supply to the town and its electric generator. Although a larger 18" pipeline was built in 1897 to run a big, new generator, the present day Catwalk follows the route of the original line.

Pipe used in the water line was delivered to the site on wagons drawn by teams of up to 40 horses. Ore was pulled down the mountain to an ore chute on the ridge just above the mill by smaller teams.

Brace holes were drilled into the solid rock walls, sometimes 20 feet above the canyon floor, to hold the timbers and iron bars that supported the smaller water line along its meandering course.

The massive rock walls of Whitewater Canyon saw few visitors until the Civilian Conservation Corps. was assigned the task of rebuilding The Catwalk as a recreation attraction for the Gila National Forest.

Proposé par Beth Augusta Behr

  1. Membre depuis avril 2013
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I am a working artist of many mediums; ceramics, copper, painting, collage, et al and proprietor of Behr Art Gallery & Gifts. Alongside this work, I design spaces and events, host workshops, markets, annual festivals, officiate weddings, and make my ever-morphing property available for others to share and enjoy. To that, I've spent nearly every day designing, decorating, reconstructing, reconfiguring and reworking this historic property, farm and gardens. The structures I've built and designed that are available for your retreat include the CABIN, the LOTUS, the POND HUT and the TREE HOUSE. The Cabin was once a bunkhouse. The previous owners moved it (rolled it on logs) to its present location. In doing so, the floor joists needed to be reattached and a foundation was constructed to stabilize the building. My brother and I cut, fitted, mudded, tied, nailed, plumbed, electrified and created a marvelous space. This is otherwise a working art studio, organic farm and orchard, with ponds, shade trees, peace, quiet and some of the darkest skies for star gazing in the nation. My backstory: A Connecticut native, I moved to Silver City/Pinos Altos New Mexico in 1970 and then to Glenwood in 1982. For twenty-two of those years, I lived on a ranch with a herd of horses and two donkeys, and my passion was endurance riding. After thousands of training hours, competitive miles, and sponsoring the Scorpion Sting Endurance Ride, I gave it up for the life I now live on this land.
I am a working artist of many mediums; ceramics, copper, painting, collage, et al and proprietor of Behr Art Gallery & Gifts. Alongside this work, I design spaces and events, host…

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I am respectful of my guests' privacy and have created a place for renewal and relaxation.
I will greet you upon your arrival and give a tour of the kitchen, "Peacock Parlor" and galleries. I am readily available and close by for anything you may need.

Having lived here most of my life, I know the hiking trails, fauna and flora of the area and love to share maps, stories and information.
I am respectful of my guests' privacy and have created a place for renewal and relaxation.
I will greet you upon your arrival and give a tour of the kitchen, "Peacock Parlor"…

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Règlement intérieur

Arrivée : 16:00 - 22:00
Départ : 12:00
Arrivée autonome avec personnel de l'immeuble
Ne convient pas aux enfants ni aux bébés
Pas d'animaux
Pas de fête ni de soirée

Santé et sécurité

L'hôte s'engage à appliquer le processus de nettoyage renforcé d'Airbnb. En savoir plus
Les consignes d'Airbnb en matière de distanciation physique et d'autres consignes liées au Covid-19 s'appliquent.
Aucun détecteur de fumée
Piscine/jacuzzi sans clôture ni verrou
Lac, rivière ou autre étendue d'eau à proximité

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