We are a half mile from State Rt. 15 on 29 secluded acres near the Gila National Forest. The setting is quite pretty and we have lots of wildlife on the property. The open area has a full size bed and a sleeper sofa, a small table with chairs, microwave, coffee pot, and small refrigerator. The back of the bunkhouse has a walk in shower, sink and toilet. It does not have a kitchen. We do not allow smoking inside. We don't allow children or pets as the Bunkhouse is not a good fit for them.
This special space used to house the Pinos Altos Orchards gift shop and comercial kitchen to Jan’s Jams, a local favorite when it came to jams, jellies, and canned goods. This is where the house gets its name, the Jelly house! Fully furnished and full of bright colors, creative tile work, and charm, this little house nestled in the middle of a very old fruit orchard is great for a group, couple, or traveling worker wanting a little comfort while having the Gila wilderness in the back yard.
I once listed this as a private room but so many guests tell me it's like an apartment I've switched to that. It's 400 square feet with a private entrance and has everything you need except the kitchen sink and a dishwasher. That's me. I've been told that as I don't charge a cleaning fee, which is apparently a big deal, I should mention that here.