This property has rustic 3 buildings to rent and 2 shared spaces. The price is $50 per building/night: includes shared spaces. Rent the whole property for $130/night. The second space is:
2-Bunkhouse-sleeps 10 max/10 beds in 5 bunks
All guests have access to shared space with other guests including:
4-Spectacular views of mountain ranges in Utah, New Mexico, Colorado, and Arizona. Highest point around at 6,800 feet, so you can't beat the view.
This property is an 1920's homestead on 12.5 acres. There are numerous rustic buildings/cabins/hogan on the property, three of which can be rented, and there are two shared spaces. The price of $50 is per building per night and includes the shared spaces. Rent the whole property for $130/night.
1-Hogan which has one double bed and three bench single beds, a wood stove for heat and a table/desk area, single light in the ceiling. Linens provided for the double bed. Bring sleeping bags for bench beds.
2-Bunkhouse cabin which has ten bunks, each with a mattress, and 2 rooms. There is a wood stove for heat and a single light in the ceiling. Sheets and pillows provided. Bring sleeping bags.
3-Cabin #1 has a double bed with bedside table and light, desk with light, wood stove for heat, and a single light in the ceiling. All linens provided.
All guests have access to shared space if there are other guests including a:
1-Bathhouse which is attached to the owners home. In the bathhouse there are two showers, a washer/dryer, sink, flush toilet, towels, soap, shampoo, and lights.
2-Cookhouse cabin which has a stove, refrigerator, sink, cupboards, dishes, tables with seating for ten people inside and 4-6 outside, wood stove for heat, and recycle bins.
4-Spectacular views of many mountain ranges in Utah, New Mexico, Colorado, and Arizona. Highest point around at 6,800 feet so you can't beat the views.
Accès des voyageurs
From this location you are 1 hour to the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park, 1 hour from Hovenweep National Park, 1.5 hours from Moab, 1 hour from Cedar Mesa and various parts of Bears Ears National Monument, 2 hours from Mesa Verde mesa top, and 1.5 hours from the San Juan River. Many days trips are within easy reach. Owner is very familiar with the area and can provide recommendations for places to visit.
This property is accessed from a paved road with the last mile being a good gravel road. It is a remote location, but does have wifi and cell phones on Verizon or AT&T work here. There is a land line phone in the owners house for emergencies. The property is 19 miles from the closest grocery store and town (Monticello, UT and Dove Creek, CO, so bring food with you. The grocery store in Monticello is closed on Sunday so either get food enroute or in Dove Creek, if you arrive on a Sunday.
The owner lives on the property if you have questions or need anything. She may not be there all the time but you will get her cell phone when you arrive if you have questions. There are a dog and cat that live on the property, so sorry no pets. Neighbor dogs occasionally show up as well.
I am recently retired, a quiet and contemplative person who loves the outdoors. Low maintenance but easy to talk to and likeable. Love to hike, listen to music, visit new places, and get to know people.