You’ll love my place because of our location and being hosted by a local native family eager to share our traditions and highlights of things to see n do in Monument Valley.
Small complimentary coffee/tea pot. (I share my herbal Navajo tea)
Dinner is available upon request, please add to comments when reserving.
We serve a small, free continental breakfast. If I forget to ask you for time of service, please ask.
Wi-Fi is available. Not everyone is able to log on, so I do not charge.
Our restroom is an outdoor outhouse. It has automatic sensory lights, hand sanitizer, & sanitizing wipes.
Guests can roam within visual areas to the Hogan. We have 2 horses, 3 dogs (all friendly, kept on leash), a tomcat, & chickens. There may be other grazing sheep, horses, and cows in the vicinity.
There is a short self guided hiking trail behind the Hogan to get a grand view of the monuments at sunset or sunrise.
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Upon check in, I will introduce you to the Hogan & its amenities. An overview of your agenda, so I can provide additional information on things to see and do in Monument Valley.
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We do not have a street address, so please follow the highway mile post 416 on highway 163. We have a sign posted there. GPS is not helpful out here.
- 2 day cancellation notice
- No drugs & alcohol on the Navajo Nation
-As you will be on private land of the Navajo Nation, a guide is required to accompany you beyond visible premises of the Hogan.
-We love pets, however they are not allowed in the Hogan. If you can otherwise accommodate your pets, (cage/kennel, or leash) they are welcome. We will not be responsible for their safety, as there are stray animals about. Be advised that Navajo traditions do not allow snakes or similar reptiles as welcomed guests.
Hello! Welcome to my bnb site! My name is Rosalyn, and I am a Navajo woman native to Monument Valley. I have four children and have been married for 21 years. I am very excited to have you as my guest (s)! I am living my dream of being your host as a small business owner.
I speak my native language and have worked under the Navajo Nation Park for 5 years and my husband for over 15 years.
I take pride in our Navajo land, language, traditions, and food. I am excited to share a frybread with you for breakfast or dinner. We would be honored to host your visit while in Monument Valley, considered the 8th Wonder of the World! My travel experience is limited, but I'm anxious for you can share yours! Learning is a lifelong experience.