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2805 Unionville Road, Unionville, NV 89418, United States of America – Show map
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Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Designated Smoking Area
3:00 PM - 10:00 PM
6:00 AM - 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 5 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 10 per person per night when using existing beds.
Extra beds are not available.
Cribs are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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One of the most original experiences to date....perfect place to get away from it all and step back in time. Very welcoming and breakfast was great....Mitzi is a gem
Far off the beaten path. Completely relaxing. While I am generally reluctant to go to Bed and Breakfasts, Dave and Mitzi as hosts have that unique combination of genuine interest in their guests and great tales of their lives and local history. Ask Dave how long it takes to get to Las Vegas. Mitzi's fluffy eggs and cornmeal pancakes were delicious. While not dislikes: I can go for days without looking at my phone or email - the cell phone reception and WiFi were sketchy. Since we were far out in the country there were a lot of moths banging at the windows Some might want to stay in Winnemucca at a sterile motel. Otherwise enjoy being off the main track.
friendliness, location. food, furnishings, deer.
cannot think of anything
I loved the old time feel of the quaint prairie homes. I so loved all the animals, smells and noises. The breakfast was hearty and good and served family style. We were seated outside and enjoyed good company. Walking along the garden areas and picking some apples off the tree brought such peace!
Again, I rated much of the stay as fair-good just because I'm accustomed to give star hotel comforts. However, that is not what this place is about. This is about a charming and historical experience. The bed we slept on was old, creaky and still fairly comfortable. There's no air conditioning so we left the windows open all night. We fell asleep to rough winds blowing (which I liked) and woke several times early with the rooster crowing and doves cooing (not sure that I felt truly rested). I'll definitely come back though because it's so much better than trying to block out street lights and roaring trucks all through the night at the Motel 6 along 80. In all I loved it!
First of all, this was the highlight of our 3500 mile road trip from Montana through Idaho, Washington, Oregon, California and back home through Nevada. Also, be warned that there is no place in Unionville for dinner or to buy food to prepare. The closest place is twenty miles back at I-80. The breakfast, however, was amazing. We found Old Pioneer Garden while searching the internet for a place to overnight in Winnemucca. No fans of chain places, we thought the reviews indicated it would be worth taking a flyer on. Oh yes. Well worth the forty mile round trip from the interstate. OPG is rustic, totally without electronic communication, but the units (old restored houses) are well-equipped and comfortably furnished. Ours also had over a hundred very eclectic books. It is located in a true ghost town in a deep, green valley at the edge of the mountains. It was wonderful for a one-night stay, but the hiking opportunities are great and this would be the place to spend a week.
That we didn't know about this place before and hadn't booked for several nights.
Lovely home cooked food, spacious accommodation, Mitzie and Dave were the perfect hosts.
Genuine Western experience. The hosts are very friendly. Lovely communal breakfast under the trees in the garden. Truly a place to "get away from it all" for a couple of days.
Waaaay off the highway. Long way to drive for anything. Our initial reaction was a bit shocked, as the building looks quite run-down from the outside, although inside, everything is spic and span (except for bugs on windowsills). Also, only one bedroom had a fan.
Relaxing atmosphere, nice people, fascinating interior, really unique place to stop by! Great delicious Breakfast!
Be aware it is in the middle of nowhere. Take some Food for Dinner with you ( & Drinks)
Enjoyed the rustic setting. the quiet atmosphere, and antiques, The owner is friendly and the breakfast delicious. Will stay there again.
Hundred of moths hatch many in room
This is an absolute gem of a place to stay and well worth the detour to find it. Dont lose heart as you drive a long way into an empty desert valley, either via a paved road from interstate 80 or, as I did, a dirt road over the mountain, Unionvile is there, hidden in a canyon. The house is a lovely period building, comfortable and interesting. You get a homely breakfast back in the owners house.
The nearest and only place to eat is the Star Point general store near the highway, 15 miles away! Eat before you arrive or bring some food to cook in the kitchen.
The hotel give us so big surprise with it's excellent facilitate and the delicious breakfast. I strongly recommend the place to stay. Better to bring some food to cook.
If you want to step back 100 years, this is the place to go. Good country food, served at the owners home.
weather was cool, I'd recommend later, March was a bit too cool but i did sleep very well and long.
IT was what they said it was a farm ranch, great breakfast. Rural environment .nice people run it.
It was different and the breakfast was amazing. The host were friendly and nice.
Too isolated, but for some people that is a plus. It was a cold night and we felt sort of trapped inside a drafty cabin. The bathroom wasn't clean and there was dust on all the surfaces. But, the dust probably blows in through all the drafty places!
this place is so nice and people are so friendly. I want to come back sgain
David and Mitzi are wonderful hosts. The buildings are in good shape for their age and location. Great place to truly "get away from it all."
Animals wandering around in kitchen and dining room while breakfast being made and served. I understand "animal friendly" locations, but their must be limitations to this allowance. This would be the only reason I would reconsider visiting again.
Lovely place full of antiques, books, comfort, quiet, scenery, history, interesting people. Outstanding breakfast
Would have liked clearer info re rt in to site.
We stayed in The Fieldhouse which is a 150 year old farm house. It has tons of character, is full of bookshelves and books, and antique furnishings. The beds in our room were very comfortable with nice linens. Unfortunately we arrived too late to have dinner, but breakfast was wonderful. We loved it and we will be back.
very quiet, good food, great hospitality, fun and rustic!, something for everyone