Hidden Canyon Ranch Bed and Breakfast at
the Lodge and Roseberry Court is nestled in the hills on the eastern slope of the Mt. Wheeler Range, just outside the border of Great Basin National Park in Nevada. It is comprised of 375 acres in a long juniper and
pinyon canyon, far away from the frantic pace of any city. Our
claim to fame is the combination of unmatched dark night sky, frequent wildlife sightings, incredible hiking opportunities, deluxe upscale accommodations and a friendly welcome.
Looking for the perfect spot to unwind? At the Lodge our guests will find luxurious bedrooms, serenity and a 180 degree view of the natural setting from our great room. This is also the place to enjoy entertainment around the grand piano, conversation with other guests from all over the world, or find a quiet spot to read a book from our extensive and eclectic library. Many guests appreciate the quality art collection which graces the walls of the Lodge.
All the Lodge bedrooms have vaulted ceilings, AC, in-floor heating,
deluxe bedding, comfortable seating and a small
refrigerator. Free wi-fi and continental long distance phone are included.
Also available are deluxe rooms in
Roseberry Court. This is a new building, originally
constructed to house private retreats, on the Hidden
Canyon Ranch property only 1/2 mile from the Lodge. It
is a single story "green" building featuring
spacious rooms, low V.O.C and hypo allergenic
construction materials, super insulated walls, with an
inviting courtyard and covered patio. Roseberry Court
also provides an indoor gym and an outdoor barbeque,
campfire pit and volleyball court.
A hearty continental breakfast is served daily. Dinners served family style are available
on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays by reservation at least
2 weeks in advance.
Pets are not allowed. If you must bring a pet, please also bring a kennel so it can be kenneled in the garage. There will be a nightly pet fee charged of $15 per animal.
Hidden Canyon Ranch B & B is open by reservation year-round, although we may
close frequently throughout the winter. Our “show-off” weather season is mid-June through mid-October with daytime temperatures ranging from 80 – 100 F. High elevation hiking may only be possible in the late summer, but cross-country skiing and snow shoeing can be excellent during the winter. Call us or Great Basin National Park for a report on the trail conditions. Our 6-mile graveled road is kept open all year long, but 4-wheel drive is
recommended during the winter for travel during stormy weather.
We suggest that visitors bring a warm jacket, warm night clothes, comfortable walking or hiking shoes, flashlights & extra batteries, camera, lotion & lip balm, shade hat, basic first aid supplies, prescription medications, and plenty of water to stay hydrated. You may also bring fishing gear,
cross country skis or snow shoes as desired.
For cleanliness and comfort we request
that guests, who are able to, remove their shoes inside
our buildings. Guests may wish to bring "house
shoes" or slippers to wear inside.
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Pricing and Description
Ranch Bed & Breakfast at the Lodge and Roseberry
P.O. Box 180, Baker, Nevada 89311