Our cottages offer cozy accommodation for two adults and one child/infant in historic Bluff, Utah. Walking distance to locally owned restaurants through our front yard vineyard, enjoy stunning views of the copper cliffs at sunset with good food, wine, and draft beer. Self catered accommodation in these tiny houses with fresh roasted whole bean coffee and quality teas. Quiet neighborhood setting. Pet dog friendly only upon request. We do not accept cats.
“Loved this place! I was driving alone from Austin to Seattle and stopped in Bluff. I had no idea what to expect from this tiny town but I was so pleasantly surprised. The cottage is adorable and extremely comfortable and modern. This is during COVID times and the cleanliness was off the charts! So clean. They even left alcohol wipes for me just in case. They also had free snacks and cup noodles! It was such a stylish and comfortable space with great wifi. The outdoor garden area was very sweet too. I definitely felt very safe and had a wonderful sleep here.”
Upstairs by a treehouse, this spacious apartment has an open ceiling to a kitchen (fully stocked), great room, and two bedrooms. The bathroom is enclosed. There is a a covered carport and access to more parking if needed. Due to the floor space and extra mattresses and bedding, there is room for more people to sleep besides the two queen beds. It is one block from main street in Blanding! 75 miles from Moab, Monument Valley, and even closer to many Indian ruins and sites!
“No surprises. It's a very spacious, clean and open floor plan that easily accommodated my wife and me for one week. Bring your family and/or a couple of friends. Mike and Sherry's place could provide a sleeping space for a family of six or more. We really enjoyed being able to park our car in their garage. Regardless of the weather, it makes loading and unloading your vehicle easy. Centrally located, there were several national, state and local parks within a short driving distance of their place. Mike and Sherry have lived and raised their family in the area, which gives them a wealth of knowledge regarding the who, what, when, why and where. When we asked, they pointed us in the right direction and recommended several options for hikes and sightseeing. Their place, the street and the town was safe and everyone was very cordial. We had a great and relaxing stay. Mike and Marie”
Our hogan is located just beneath the 'Sentinel' Mesa of Monument Valley. Many Hollywood movies have been made here, and early traders named these mesas into their own interpretation. We will be happy to share our names for these giant mesas.
“Rosalena is great! She was great with communication and even came to get us when we got lost. The directions are hard to understand and there aren't a lot of signs but we figured it out with her help! The hogan is very legit and is already a great conversation starter! Just remember the description because it's pretty accurate. There's a wood fire stove that keeps you warm but you have to get up and throw more logs on throughout the night if it's cold. The floor is dirt and you have to use an outhouse that is about 30 feet away from the hogan. There are solar lights outside but not inside so it'll be dark- bring a flashlight! The actual hogan has a single lightbulb inside so it gets a little dark but it wasn't too bad at all. Rosalena made us traditional Navajo taco's for dinner ($15 per person) which was nice since we weren't sure there was anything remotely close to us. You're literally out in the middle of nowhere in Monument Valley. There's a little grocery store not far which sells fire wood. You'll want to bring some and water. Remember there's no running water inside so you have to use a shallow bucket to wash your face and brush your teeth. It's a step above camping but for the story alone it's worth it. It's also right outside of Rosalena's house so she's close by if you need anything. We would stay again!”