“When design-build team Ferial Sadeghian and Jeff Vance first laid eyes on this iconic roadside resort in New Cuyama, they knew they had found something special. Designed in 1952 by George Vernon Russell––the architect behind the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas––the Cuyama Buckhorn had good midcentury-modern bones but needed a lot of love. Now completely restored and restyled to incorporate gorgeous outdoor spaces and a ‘Gram-worthy pool, the 21-room high desert retreat is putting this soon-to-be-discovered destination in northern Santa Barbara County on the weekend getaway map…”

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