Filed under: Luxury Travel & Hotels
A woman's memorial to her late husband is a new bed and breakfast in Alamo, Nevada. A Cowboy's Dream is a both a bed and breakfast as well as a corporate retreat destination. It was created by Phyllis Frias to honor her husband the late Charlie Frias. The resort has the simple motto: enter as strangers, leave as friends.
The hotel is located 90 miles north of Las Vegas in a small town that attracts visitors with an interest in wildlife because it is near the Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge. It is just the fourth hotel in town. The eight-suite B&B offers custom bedding, natural rain showerheads, custom-made bath products and private balconies. The great room serves as a central gathering area and the resort offers home-cooked meals and chartered excursions. The 18,997 square-foot house has vast views of surrounding mountains. Rooms are $499 a night.