Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Benton, The Old House at Benton Hot Springs is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a kitchenette, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free internet access offered by the bed and breakfast.
The property also boasts a hot tub, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to The Old House at Benton Hot Springs, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Benton Station Cafe, which is a cafe that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
The Old House At Benton Hot Springs Hotel is sure to make your visit to Benton one worth remembering.
We've been going to Benton Hot Springs for seven years now and we love it there. We've stayed in several of the campsites, we've stayed in three of the houses, and we've stayed in four of the seven rooms at the Inn. The place is very remote and don't expect for your cell service to work. The wifi is not very strong but works; just don't expect to watch a movie on Netlfix. Being remote, there's no services there to speak of; you need to bring your own food. If you're taping, you need to bring your own water too. The Inn is small and intimate. There's no one "on duty" most of the time but there's a phone and you can reach someone if you need to. There are 3 tubs and almost always you can find one to soak in. Breakfasts are excellent.
We called to reserve a tub site and were told there were three sites available. We asked to be booked into the nicest one, which we were told was #2. We arrived and this is what we found. The black that you see on the tub is mold and the rim was slimy. It was nasty. I suspect that there are not actually two tub sites crummier than this one, though I could be wrong. It is more likely that they have a hard time booking #2, so they unload it onto unsuspecting newcomers. They kept our $50, but it was worth it to put as many miles away from them as we could get before nightfall. Steer clear of this squalid dump and the folk who operate it.
This establishment is a labor of love by the owner. The lodging and springs use were done years ago but eventually fell into disuse and abandonment. Relatives of the original owners rebuilt the facility into what it is today...a somewhat funky but enjoyable place to relax in the middle of nowhere. Friendly staff and adequate rooms. Sharing a bath with the room next door was a downer but tolerable. Hot springs were great. Outstanding breakfast! Trailer sites available.
My wife and I spent one night here in one of the inn rooms. The person who registered us was very friendly, explained everything and toured us around the grounds. He was part of the family that owns the place. The tubs are tiled and various sizes. Water temp is easily adjustable. Clothing optional and quite private. The only negative was the breakfast. Undercooked potatoes, small, flat, tasteless piece of quiche, some chopped fruit and a small pastry. I'm a bit of a foodie so take that with a grain of salt. You'll also need to share a bathroom unless you get room #7. I really liked the decor - old West, antiques, beds with headboards, armoires. Heated floors - from the springs I suppose.
Stopped off here for one night on the way to Vegas from Yosemite. We originally wanted an rv space with private hot tub but unfortunately none were available so we booked a room instead. As soon as we arrived I loved the place! All still looks very 1940s, some great photo opportunities if that’s what you like. A bit confused with the negative comments saying the man who runs the place being rude as he couldn’t have been more welcoming and helpful with me and my husband. He showed us around and explained about the hot tubs. We were lucky and had a nice big one to ourselves. Also breakfast is very nice! I highly recommend this place for a cool fun stop off in between travelling. Would definitely stay here again!
The trailer/tent sites were private, quiet, and had great night sky views. The hot tubs were fresh-hot water.. no chlorine. The help was courteous. The location is fun.. off the main-path for sure, but well worth a visit. BTW - the porta-pottys were clean and convenient.
The tubs are all private with clothing optional. Every spot was surrounded by trees or bushes to make each tub wonderful. the camping is so sweet we sure will be going back there again. Be sure and book in advance.
I lost my watch and it was returned to me 😭💕 not only was this place serene and an awesome experience, the people there are welcoming and reliable! 💕 y’all should check this place out 🤙🏽🥂we stayed in the miners cabin which looks small from outside but is so quaint inside. I loved it 🤗 chilling in the hot spring under the moon and stars with a campfire going, surrounded but mountains 💕🔥 beautiful
This place is just simply perfect. Clean rooms, spotless grounds, and a remarkably clean hot tub. We initially booked one night in the miners cabin, enjoyed it so much stayed another night. Looking forward to going again in the near future.
The water is nice but the staff are not very helpful. If your tub is not hot enough good luck getting the staff to care. The tubs temperatures are not checked even if you have reservations for a certain tub. They don't like to answer the phone so if you have questions....good luck with that too. They will take cash without giving you a receipt and they gladly take your credit card. Be aware this place attracts an odd crowd. No running water at any camp site and at $60 a night you get to use a portable toilet!!! There are other hot springs to explore.