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The Old House at Benton Hot Springs

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Bishop, California
Reviewed 22 December 2016

So relaxing! If you want music and a party, this is not the place. No music and parties unless you rent the entire place. The B&B is very nice. The only reason I am giving this a 4 star rating is, the rooms are done nicely but there is no insulation between rooms and you have to share a bathroom....

1Thank Shelley W
Torrance, California
Reviewed 28 October 2016 via mobile

A friend asked me to join him and two others at the camp site he reserved. I researched the place and replied I would join them. It is a 6-7 hour drive from Los Angeles so I wanted to spend more than the one day he had reserved. But all ten of the campsites were already taken so instead I...

Thank halpie52
Langley, Washington
Reviewed 7 October 2016

This place is already uber popular, but we have to say we love camping next to our own personal tub with views of Boundary Peak and the western-looking Benton Range. It's humble, but profound. You need to be adventurous to camp here. There are porta-potties. Or you can go the safe route and book a room at the B&B. At...

Thank dreamingbillandkate
Buffalo, New York
Reviewed 5 October 2016

The Inn is an old but somewhat fixed-up hot springs resort, and what they've managed to do here is quite wonderful! They maintain a number of hot tubs all about the grounds (clothing optional!), and the breakfast we got was wonderful as well.

1Thank Michael W
Lenoir City, Tennessee
Reviewed 30 September 2016

Great small campground with hot tubs fed by the hot springs at each site. "Town" is tiny. Store with gas station, church, a small park. Beautiful views and the stars are amazing at night. There is an old cemetery on the top of the hill behind the campground dating back to the 1860's. Porta-potties in the campground, no water for...

Thank 269dianew
San Leandro, California
Reviewed 22 September 2016

Nice little private campground with private tubs at each site. Well kept, spacious sites with great to adequate privacy depending on the site. Not much in the way of supplies out there so bring what you need unless you want to rely on the small local store or drive the 36+ miles to Bishop. LOVE that they have a no...

1Thank Bibndum
Grimsby, Canada
Reviewed 30 August 2016

Our second stay at this Inn and LOVED it again. So quite and comfortable. Great owners, great breakfast and awesome hot springs feed hot tubs. A gem of a place in the middle of no where. Thank you for a great stay and a good laugh.

Thank Irene S
Fair Oaks, California
Reviewed 20 August 2016

The old house and immediate grounds are charming. The town and surrounding areas are picturesque, quiet, historic and interesting. We did not stay in the house but reserved tub site #6. The sites are large, fairly private with your own soaking pool. Our pool was tile and very clean. The water was beautiful, clear and without minerals. We had great...

Thank Maryann L
Kingman, Arizona
Reviewed 19 August 2016

Ever since our stay, I've been searching around for other places where you can camp and soak (we're 8 hours away) and have found exactly ZERO - (CA, AZ, NM). The word of the day here is PRIVATE. Your own personal tub at your campsite. No sharing, no waiting. Clothing, no clothing - up to you. Want to soak at...

2Thank omegaprix
Joshua Tree, California
Reviewed 28 July 2016

Wow, is my favorite expression, when I find something this special. Must make a reservation for the campsite. When arriving, you register, pull into your site and relax. no music allowed, completely private area's so clothing optional is fine. we parked and jumped into our private hot bath. some of them are tiled ,some are wooden tub. some have more...

Thank srimanone

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Additional Information about The Old House at Benton Hot Springs

Address: 55137 Highway 120 Rd, Benton, CA 93512-7427
Region: United States > California > Benton
Number of rooms: 9
Also Known As:
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“Hot Tub 1 is hot; Hot Tub 7 is cooler”
dreamingbillandkate, 6 Oct 2016 | Read review
“Site 9 has a great view of the mountains”
269dianew, 30 Sep 2016 | Read review
“Site 10 probably has a little more road noise than the others...”
omegaprix, 18 Aug 2016 | Read review
“We're were in #2, just one bed.”
C9660VXjoes, 27 Jun 2016 | Read review
“The hotel comes with free breakfast, the houses do not, but they have great kitchens.”
califtulip, 4 Feb 2016 | Read review
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