That we didn't know about this place before and hadn't booked for several nights.
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.