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The salt flats and wildflower fields of Carrizo Simple National Monument in Santa Barbara County’s remote higher desert are element of the impressive surroundings available from Cuyama Buckhorn, a roadside motel-cum-wilderness vacation resort that is turn into a beloved base camp for explorers of the area’s natural splendor. Located approximately a few hrs northeast of Los Angeles in the historic town of New Cuyama, it 1st opened in 1952 and was procured a few decades back by Ferial Sadeghian and Jeff Vance of the style agency iDGroup, who reimagined the home with 21 guestrooms adorned with midcentury-present day furnishings. The most recent additions include things like an outside theater and screening spot, an open-air cooking college and cocktail bar, an alfresco dining house in an personal greenhouse and a trifecta of exterior spa facilities: heated pool, Jacuzzi and barrel sauna. Chef Daniel Horn, previously of Aman Resorts, serves hearty farm-to-table dishes like smoked pulled pork tacos on handmade tortillas with sides of Santa Maria pinquito beans and housemade spicy pickles at the Buckhorn Cafe & Bar. cuyamabuckhorn.com.

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