Do you wish to dwell below a rock till the election is over? See these rock abodes for hire

According to the Pew Research Center’s year-long Election News Pathways project, nearly two-thirds of Americans want to cover their ears and hide under a rock 27 days before the election.

For those tired of endless news, Hotels.com is offering a break: Stay in a cave 50 feet underground in New Mexico from November 2-7. The cost: $ 25 for five days, available from Hotels.com/page/underarock starting Friday, October 9, 6:00 a.m., subject to availability.

In the off-grid accommodation, you can cast your ballot early and then hide in a cave where you can turn off talkative TV experts and calls from nervous friends. If you show up, the election results may or may not be clear.

“Political fatigue is real regardless of year or election,” said Josh Belkin, Vice President of Hotels.com, in a press release. “We’re transforming an ancient language into a bookable experience so that individuals can relax, recharge and recuperate … because who knows what 2020 will have in store for us.”

Before booking a room anywhere, read up on the latest travel recommendations and best practices to avoid the spread of the coronavirus. In Oregon, go to govstatus.egov.com/or-covid-19.

Also check out 10 Things to Consider Before Going Outside During Oregon Coronavirus Pandemic.

Each vacation rental should provide their contactless security and disinfection protocols to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Bedrock Homestead in Escalante National Monument has no internet. Airbnb

Surprisingly, there are plenty of places to live under a rock. Here is a selection:

Bedrock Homestead at Escalante National Monument: Enjoy staying in a private room in a cave house isolated on 40 acres of farmland. There is no internet and you have to arrive in a 4×4 vehicle.

Details:

  • Space for five guests
  • Two bedrooms
  • A bathroom
  • Average of $ 325 per night depending on travel date

Beckham Creek Cave Lodge

Beckham Creek Cave Lodge in Parthenon, Arizona features natural cave walls that include a bridal suite and luxury facilities.TripAdvisor

Beckham Creek Cave Lodge in Parthenon, Arizona: The 5,600 square foot lodge with a waterfall in the living room is located on 256 acres in the Ozark Mountains. The cave has been turned into a high-end retreat with natural cave walls that include a honeymoon suite and luxurious facilities.

Details:

  • Space for 12 guests
  • Four bedrooms
  • Four bathrooms
  • Average of $ 1,200 per night depending on travel date

Rock house

The Rock House at Happy Canyon Ranch offers 360-degree views of 20 acres.Airbnb

Historic Rock House in Palm Springs: The Happy Canyon Ranch bungalow is a monthly rental that gives you 360-degree views of 20 acres. The hillside location is in the Araby Cove district, known as the wind-free zone.

Details:

  • Space for two guests
  • A bedroom
  • A bathroom
  • Average of $ 175 per night depending on travel date

Rock Reach House

Rock Reach House was featured in Dwell magazine.Airbnb

Rock Reach House in Yucca Valley, California: The modern steel house featured in Dwell magazine is located in the High Desert, surrounded by boulders, old juniper, pinon and desert oaks.

Details:

  • Space for four guests
  • Two bedrooms
  • A bathroom
  • Average of $ 577 per night depending on travel date

Hotels.com is offering 20% ​​off other select hotels called Rock. Use the code “UnderARock” at the checkout from 6am on Friday October 9th.

Rocky Gap Casino & Resort

The Rocky Gap Casino & Resort in Flintstone, Maryland is adjacent to Rocky Gap State Park.Hotels.com

Rocky Gap Casino & Resort in Flintstone, Maryland: This 3-star Flintstone hotel with three restaurants is adjacent to Rocky Gap State Park.

Details:

  • There are 216 smoke-free rooms
  • Average of $ 89 per night depending on travel date. Use the code “UnderARock” at the checkout

Sky Rock Inn from Sedona

Sedona Sky Rock Inn in Sedona, Arizona: This mountain hotel has an outdoor pool near the Sedona Art Center.Hotels.com

Sedona Sky Rock Inn in Sedona, Arizona: This mountain hotel has an outdoor pool and is near the Sedona Art Center.

Details:

  • 109 non-smoking guest rooms
  • Average of $ 189 per night depending on travel date. Use the code “UnderARock” at the checkout

– Janet Eastman | 503-294-4072

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